Partnership Resource Projects

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Looking inside buildings (QuantIC Phase 2 project) – Thales and University of Heriot Watt
Multiplexed Time Correlated Single-Photon Timing (MUX-TCSPC) detection technology : detection of cancer biomarkers (QuantIC Phase 2 project) – Horiba Jobin Yvon IBH Limited and the Universities of Strathclyde and Edinburgh
Integrated imaging, navigation and data systems for autonomous mobile agents (QuantIC Phase 2 project) – Aralia Systems and University of Strathclyde
Gas Imager (QuantIC Phase 2 project) – M Squared Lasers and University of Glasgow
Field trial of SPAD array sensors for depth ranging in scattering media – Lockheed Martin and University of Heriot Watt
Proof of Concept Demonstration of a Novel Timepix 3 ASIC/CdZnTe Imaging Assembly to enable 3D Reconstruction of Gamma Ray Environments – Kromek Ltd and University of Glasgow
Evaluation of digital SPAD imaging arrays to scintillator based radiation detectors – Kromek Ltd and the Universities of York and Edinburgh
Low-light level infrared LIDAR using electron multiplying semiconductor detectors – Leonardo, the Universities of Heriot Watt and Sheffield
Low cost multichannel time tag technology – University of Bristol
Gas Sight – M Squared Lasers and University of Glasgow
Wee-g: Field testing a miniaturized MEMS gravemeter – Bridgeporth and University of Glasgow
UAV mounted Terahertz imager development – Lockheed Martin UK and University of Glasgow
Novel approach to seeing around corners – Thales and Heriot Watt University
Assessing the feasibility of multiplexed time-correlated single photon timing fluorescence systems – Horiba Jobin Yvon IBH Limited and the Universities of Strathclyde and Edinburgh
SPADnet2 – ST Microelectronics and University of Edinburgh
Dual mode 3D Single Pixel Camera – Leonardo and University of Glasgow
High speed, visible light sources for computational stereo imaging – Aralia Systems Limited and University of Strathclyde
Optimisation of cones for generation of vortex beams and radial polarisation states – Gooch and Housego and University of Glasgow
Mosaic Filters for Manufacturable Multispectral Imaging – Leonardo and Heriot-Watt University
Titanium Nitride Kinetic Inductance Detectors for Terahertz Imaging – QMC Instruments and the Universities of Glasgow and Cardiff
Development of ultrafast lasers in biomedical multiphoton applications – Chromacity and University of Glasgow


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