Young Researchers' Futures meeting: Edinburgh 2018

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.

Edinburgh castle from above.

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