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Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers in the Department of Physics, based within the Faculty of Science.

Hosting the Institute of Photonics and with specialisms in plasmas, optics, and nanoscience, the research conducted at the Department of Physics is considered world leading and, based on the REF2014 GPA scores, is considered by Times Higher Education to be first in the UK. One particular specialism is atoms, beams and plasmas where topics within free electron physics, accelerator science, plasma physics and atomic and molecular spectroscopy are explored.

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Henderson, Robert K. and Johnston, Nick and Mattioli Della Rocca, Francesco and Chen, Haochang and Li, David Day-Uei and Hungerford, Graham and Hirsch, Richard and McLoskey, David and Yip, Philip and Birch, David J.S. (2019) A 192 X 128 time correlated SPAD image sensor in 40nm CMOS technology. IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 54 (7). pp. 1907-1916. ISSN 0018-9200

Piloto, Ana M. and Hungerford, Graham and Sutter, Jens U. and Soares, Ana M.S. and Costa, Susana P.G. and Gonçalves, M. Sameiro T. (2015) Photoactivable heterocyclic cages in a comparative release study of butyric acid as a model drug. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 299. pp. 44-53. ISSN 1010-6030

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Birch, David J. S. and Hungerford, Graham and McLoskey, David and Sagoo, Kulwinder and Yip, Philip (2019) Instrumentation for fluorescence lifetime measurement using photon counting. In: Fluorescence in Industry. Springer Series on Fluorescence, 18 . Springer, Switzerland, pp. 103-133. ISBN 978-3-030-20033-6

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