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PhD viva success!

Congratulations to Kieran Wiseman who successfully defended his thesis on wavelength modulation interferometry for precision metrology! Novel applications and stabilisation for widely wavelength modulated laser interferometry for precision dimensional metrology K Wiseman  

Engineering Photonics bids farewell to James Bremner

The Engineering Photonics Group bids farewell to James Bremner who is leaving to join the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at City University, London. Members of the group who were present took the opportunity to say goodbye over a beer at the Cranfield Student Association bar.

PhD viva success!

Congratulations to Angus Bridges on successfully defending his thesis on 13th December 2021. His thesis title is “Optical metrology to support the next generation of nanopositioning". Angus spent the majority of his time working at NPL and is now an employee there working in Dimensional Metrology Group.

PhD viva success!

Congratulations  to James Bremner who successfully defended his thesis on multiplexed tunable diode laser spectroscopy using range-resolved interferometry!      

Farewell to Thomas Kissinger

Engineering Photonics bids farewell to Thomas Kissinger who returns to his native Germany to take up a position as Junior Professor at the Technical University of Ilmenau. His new role in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering will see him lead the new department of nanofabrication and nanomeasurement technology, in which he will research precision machines …

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International Day of Light!

The International Day of Light is celebrated each year on 16th May. It is a global initiative to provide a focal point for the continued appreciation of light and light based technology and the role it plays in all our lives in science, education, culture and art, and sustainable development across fields as diverse as …

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PhD viva success!

Congratulations  to Laura Aime who successfully defended her thesis on the use of fibre optic pressure sensors in Formula One.

Review paper is Editor's Choice!

Our review paper, 'Tapered Optical Fibre Sensors: Current Trends and Future Perspectives' has been selected by MDPI Sensors as one of the Editor's Choices. Editors select a small number of articles recently published in the journal that they believe will be particularly interesting to authors, or important in the field. The aim is to provide …

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