||Dr Alexis Bishop
- Optical 2-D pressure sensors
- Photoacoustic imaging through scattering media
- Measurements using optical vortices
- Neutral helium microscopy
||Dr Laura Clark
- Reshaping electron beams to enhance image contrast and information transfer in TEM.
- Singular (electron) optics (vortex beams) and their propagation.
- Using novel electron detector arrangements to improve electromagnetic field detection.
|| Dr Matthew Dimmock|
- Modelling of X-ray and gamma-ray experiments from Synchrotron beam-lines to Compton cameras.
- Image reconstruction and image processing
||Dr Scott Findlay
- Developing new methods to determine the arrangement of atoms within materials using atom-sized electron beams
- Making better use of diffraction pattern information via novel detector geometries
- Imaging electromagnetic fields inside materials
||Dr Marcus Kitchen
- Ultra low dose X-ray imaging
- Quantitative phase contrast X-ray imaging
- Phase retrieval
- Scatter-based imaging
- Physics of X-ray and gamma-ray image formation
- Structural and functional imaging for biomedical and diagnostic applications
|Dr Kaye Morgan|
- Synchrotron Phase Contrast X-ray imaging
- Fast, low-dose imaging to capture biological dynamics (e.g. testing new airway treatments)
- Quantitative phase retrieval
- Moving synchrotron techniques into the laboratory
||Professor Michael J. Morgan
- Singular electron optics
- Experimental and theoretical electron vector tomography
- Inverse problems in imaging
||Professor David Paganin
- Optical physics using x-rays, electrons, light and matter waves
- Ghost imaging and optical coherence theory
- Singular optics: caustics, vortices, topological defects
- Phase retrieval and phase contrast imaging
|Dr Timothy Petersen
- Electron phase retrieval experiments and theory.
- Singular light and electron imaging of phase vortices and diffraction catastrophes.
- Aberration-corrected electron microscope imaging.
- 3D electron vector tomography of magnetic fields from nano-particles
|Dr Imants Svalbe
- Discrete tomography and digital imaging
- Creating zero-sum functions that yield empty projection data in N directions and building large maximally connected sets in N dimensions that have high auto-correlation and minimal cross correlations