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Open Access research that pioneers intelligent infrastructure

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, based within the Faculty of Engineering.

Civil & Environmental Engineering hosts the Centre for Intelligent Infrastructure which harnesses techniques from a variety of sciences and engineering in order to solve problems surrounding safety and resilience of structures supporting energy generation, waste storage, transportation and urban infrastructure. The wider Department also demonstrates specialisms in ground engineering and energy geosciences, as well as environmental sustainability.

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2020

Tipping, William J. and Wilson, Liam T. and Blaseio, Sonja K. and Tomkinson, Nick C O and Faulds, Karen and Graham, Duncan (2020) Ratiometric sensing of fluoride ions using Raman spectroscopy. Chemical Communications, 56 (92). pp. 14463-14466. ISSN 1359-7345

Wilson, Liam T. and Tipping, William J. and Jamieson, Lauren E. and Wetherill, Corinna and Henley, Zoƫ and Faulds, Karen and Graham, Duncan and MacKay, Simon P. and Tomkinson, Nick C. O. (2020) A new class of ratiometric small molecule intracellular pH sensors for Raman microscopy. Analyst, 145 (15). pp. 5289-5298. ISSN 0003-2654

2017

Rusby, Dean R. and Brenner, Ceri and Armstrong, Chris and Wilson, Lucy and Clarke, Rob and Alejo, Aaron and Deas, Robert and McKenna, Paul and Kar, Satya and Neely, David; (2017) Scaling of X-ray flux from high-intensity laser-solid interactions as a function of energy. In: Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO). Optical Society of America, USA. ISBN 9781943580279

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