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Transforming automated inspection & non-destructive testing: world-leading Open Access research on robotics, sensors & ultrasonics

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers within the Centre for Ultrasonic Engineering, based within Electronic & Electrical Engineering.

Research at CUE brings together next generation robotics with sensing technology to enable inspection of high value components, such as aerospace components, at the point of manufacture. Non-destructive testing techniques using ultrasound and other sensors can then be deployed to assess components for structural faults or damage and thereby ensure they are built correctly and more efficiently. Research at CUE is to be stimulated by the construction of a new £2.5 million state-of-the-art Robotically-Enabled Sensing (RES) hub within the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering (EEE).

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2017

Rodríguez-García, Julio M. and Pabœuf, David and Hastie, Jennifer E. (2017) Tunable, CW laser emission at 225 nm via intracavity frequency tripling in a semiconductor disk laser. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 23 (6). 5100608. ISSN 1077-260X

2016

Paboeuf, David and Jones, Brynmor E. and Rodríguez-García, Julio M. and Schlosser, Peter J. and Swierad, Dariusz and Hughes, Joshua and Kock, Ole and Smith, Lyndsie and Bongs, Kai and Singh, Yeshpal and Origlia, Stefano and Schiller, Stephane and Hastie, Jennifer E. (2016) Narrow linewidth visible/UV semiconductor disk lasers for quantum technologies. In: SPIE Photonics West 2016, 2016-02-13 - 2016-02-18.

2015

Rodríguez-García, Julio M. and Paboeuf, David and Hastie, Jennifer E. (2015) Continuous-wave semiconductor disk laser emitting at 224 nm via intracavity frequency tripling. In: Advanced Solid State Lasers, 2015-10-04 - 2015-10-09.

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