In September, Jonathan Hallam returned to Edinburgh to attend the Royal Academy of Engineering's Young Researchers' Futures meeting. Organised by the Academy’s panel for Biomedical Engineering, this biennial, multi-disciplinary event provides a forum for the best young engineers and scientists from throughout the UK. Jonathan presented his work on high-speed microfluidic particle velocimetry using optical coherence tomography.
Dual Beam Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) at High Speed for Microfluidic Particle Velocimetry
J M Hallam, E Rigas, H D Ford, T Charrett, and R P Tatam