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Our group's publications

Direct visualization of flowing biomass capture and release within a fibrous matrix
Chemiluminescence sensor for local equivalence ratio of reacting mixtures of fuel and air (FLAMESEEK)
Maximum-likelihood curve-fitting scheme for experiments with pulsed lasers subject to intensity fluctuations
Level Set Curve Matching and Particle Image Velocimetry for Resolving Chemistry and Turbulence Interactions in Propagating Flames
THREE-DIMENSIONAL LASER INDUCED FLUORESCENCE OF FUEL DISTRIBUTIONS IN AN HCCI ENGINE
Quantitative three-dimensional imaging of soot volume fraction in turbulent non-premixed flames
The HCCI Combustion Process in a Single Cycle – High-Speed Fuel Tracer LIF and Chemiluminescence Imaging
Application of a high-repetition-rate laser diagnostic system for single-cycle-resolved imaging in internal combustion engines
SPARK IGNITION OF TURBULENT METHANE/AIR MIXTURES REVEALED BY TIME-RESOLVED PLANAR LASER-INDUCED FLUORESCENCE AND DIRECT NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS
Flame front tracking by laser induced fluorescence spectroscopy and advanced image analysis
Dependence of partially saturated polarization spectroscopy signals on pump intensity and collision rate
Applications and evaluation of two-line atomic LIF thermometry in sooting combustion environments
Absolute concentration measurements of C 2 in a diamond CVD reactor by laser-induced fluorescence
Thermometry of an oxy-acetylene flame using multiplex degenerate four-wave mixing of C-2
Two-photon polarization spectroscopy and (2+3)-photon laser induced fluorescence of N-2
Multiplex H-2 coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering thermometry with a modeless laser
Quasi Instantaneous 2-Dimensional Temperature Measurements in Combustion by Atomic Laser Induced Fluorescence
Degenerate four-wave mixing spectroscopy and spectral simulation of C-2 in an atmospheric pressure oxy-acetylene flame
Quasi-instantaneous two-dimensional temperature measurements in a spark ignition engine using 2-line atomic fluorescence
High repetition rate planar laser induced fluorescence of OH in a turbulent non-premixed flame
FEASIBILITY STUDIES AND APPLICATION OF LASER /OPTICAL DIAGNOSTICS FOR CHARACTERISATION OF A PRACTICAL LOW-EMISSION GAS TURBINE COMBUSTOR
Development of high speed spectroscopic imaging techniques for the time resolved study of spark ignition phenomena
Investigation of two-photon-induced polarization spectroscopy of the a–X ~1,0! transition in molecular nitrogen at elevated pressures
Characterisation of a spark ignition system by planar laser-induced fluorescence ofOH at high repetition rates and comparison with chemical kinetic calculations
Two-line atomic fluorescence as a temperature probe for highly sooting flames
Flame growth and wrinkling in a turbulent flow
Nonlinear diffusion filtering of images obtained by planar laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy
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ImageCorrelative STED/AFM study on live-cells
Correlative STED/AFM study on live-cells published in Frontiers in Neuroscience (2017).
ImageTranslation imaging in vivo published in Neuron.
Translation imaging in vivo published in Neuron (2017).

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Laser Analytics Group members attend ICON 2018!

Mar 07, 2018

8 members of the Laser Analytics, Molecular Neuroscience, and Quantitative Imaging groups attended the 2nd International Conference on Nanoscopy (ICON). Florian Stroehl and Dr. Katharina Scherer presented posters of their most recent research in structured illumination microscopy and expansion microscopy (respectively), and Marcus Fantham presented a talk on his online first person volumetric data viewer.

Nathan Curry passes his viva!

Mar 07, 2018

Nathan Curry successfully passed his PhD viva examination and will continue his career as a Post-Doctoral researcher at Imperial College, London.

Florian Ströhl passes his viva!

Feb 05, 2018

Congratulations to Florian Ströhl who passed his PhD viva on Monday, 28 January.

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