CMMPE Group Publications - Theses

The following are a list of PhD and Masters theses from CMMPE students.
PDF copies are available upon request from the relevant supervisor or from the library.
For pre-CMMPE theses supervised by Tim Wilkinson (2007 and earlier), email tdw13

PhD theses

Richard Bartholomew
Dynamic Plasmonic Metasurfaces in the Visible Spectrum
University of Cambridge, (2018)

Andrzej Kaczorowski
Adaptive Aberration Correction for Holographic Projectors
University of Cambridge, (2018)

Calum Williams
Plasmonic nanostructures for enhanced optical devices
University of Cambridge, (2017)

Muhammad Akmal Bin Kamarudin
Integration of liquid crystals with redox electrolytes in dye-sensitised solar cells
University of Cambridge, (2017)

Ammar Ahmed Khan
Discotic liquid crystal optoelectronic devices: Dye snbsitised solar cells and interactions with graphene
University of Cambridge, (2017)

Jr-Han Tai (Henry)
Surface Plasmons Interference Coupled by Segmental Semicircle Nanostructure (M.Phil)
University of Cambridge, (2017)

James A. Dolan
Gyroid optical metamaterials: Solvent vapour annealing, confined crystalisation and optical anisotropy
University of Cambridge, (2017)

Alexander J. Macfaden
An optical Fourier transform coprocessor
University of Cambridge, (2017)

Sapumal Jaliya Senanyake (SJ)
Holographic Enhancement of Fibre Optic Sensors
University of Cambridge, (2017)

Eric Fan Yang
Enhancing The Performance of Computer Generated Hologram for 3D Objects
University of Cambridge, (2017)

James Kanghee Won
Nanophotonic Liquid Crystal and Carbon Nanotube Devices
University of Cambridge, (2016)

Rachel Garsed
Phase modulation of light using liquid crystal over silicon technology
University of Cambridge, (2016)

Ananta Palani
Development of an Optical System for Dynamic Evaluation of Phase Recovery Algorithms
University of Cambridge, (2014)

Yunuen Montelongo
Scattering Holography
University of Cambridge, (2014)

Themistoklis K. Mavrogordatos
Emission Properties of Radiative Chiral Nematic Liquid Crystals
University of Cambridge, (2014)

Jiahui Lu
Novel Shack-Hartmann Sensors with Adaptive LC-CNT Micro-Lens Arrays
University of Cambridge, (2012)

Qing Dai
Fabrication of Patterned One Dimension Nanomaterials for Nanophotonic Applications
University of Cambridge, (2012)

Feng Feng
Adaptive Free Space Optical Wireless Interconnects
University of Cambridge, (2012)

Joel Carpenter
Hlographic mode division multiplexing in optical fibres
University of Cambridge, (2012)

Haider Butt
Photonic devices based on periodic arrays of carbon nanotubes and silicon nanopillars
University of Cambridge, (2012)

Christoph Bay
Dynamic holographic masks for adaptive optical lithography
University of Cambridge, (2012)

Ranjith Rajesekharan Unnithan
Nanophotonic devices based on carbon nanotubes and liquid crystals
University of Cambridge, (2012)

Flynn Castles
Highly flexoelectric liquid crystals
Harry Coles, University of Cambridge, (2011)

Shunyi Tan
Holographic Waveguide Display
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2011)

Jon Freeman
Visor projected helmet mounted display for fast jet aviators using a fourier video projector
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2010)

Rick Hsiang-Yu Chen
Computer-generated holograms for 3D holographic display
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2010)

Xuesong Hu
Low molar mass organosiloxane ferroelectric liquid crystals for telecommunication applications
Harry Coles, University of Cambridge, (2010)

Su Seok Choi
Electrically tuneable photonic band gaps in chiral nematic liquid crystals
Harry Coles, University of Cambridge, (2010)

Jing Chen
New electro-optic effects using chiral nematic liquid crystals
Tim Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2009)

Danny Ling Hsuan Kong
Curved Waveguide for a Wedge Display System
Adrian Travis & Tim Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2009)

Kuan Wen Chen
Transition Waveguide for Wedge Display Panel
Adrian Travis & Tim Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2009)

Poh Ling Neo
Increasing the transmission capacities of a multimode fibre transmission link using a spatial light modulator
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2008)

Hsi-Hsir Chou
Free-space multiwavelength optical switching core for MPLS-based storage area netowrks
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2008)

Brian McLaughlin
Electrical and optical liver-disease diagnostic sensors
Paul Robertson & Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2008)

Alex Corbett
A holographic modal wave front sensor for ocular adaptive optics
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2007)

Carrie Gillespie
Dye doped liquid crystal lasers
Harry Coles, University of Cambridge, (2007)

Damian Gardiner
Electro-optic studies of bistable smectic A organosiloxane liquid crystals
Harry Coles, University of Cambridge, (2007)

Diego Gil Leyva Zambada
Analysis of an adaptive free-space optical interconnect based on a spatial light modulator
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2006)

Adrian Cable
Real-time high-quality two and three dimensional holographic video projection using the one-step phase retrieval ( OSPR) approach
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2006)

Peter Mash
Hardware Implications for Efficient Production of Computer-Generated Holograms
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2006)

Ed Buckley
Computer-generated hologranms for real-time image display and sensor applications
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2006)

Charley Henderson
Free Space Adaptive Optical Interconnects
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2006)

Ben Broughton
The flexoelectro-optic effect for photonics applications
Harry Coles, University of Cambridge, (2006)

Alison Ford
Liquid crystal lasers
Harry Coles, University of Cambridge, (2006)

Stephen Morris
Liquid crystals for linear and non-linear photonics applications
Harry Coles, University of Cambridge, (2006)

Yong-Il Cho
Harry Coles, University of Cambridge, (2005)

Javid Aslam Butt
Invariant Binary Phase Only Filters for Joint Transform Correlators
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2003)

Geraldine Long
Phase Modulation Polarisation Dependence in Liquid Crystals
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2003)

Nick New
Non-Linear processing the joint transform correlator
Timothy Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, (2002)

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