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We will also determine near-optimal versions of our protocols that will give engineers the ability to trade off quantum complexity with communication throughput.
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New applications of quantum communications are also being researched that will bring enhanced security and communications advantages not possible in classical networks. Our work will result in new applications and services that will have a major impact on the ongoing global efforts to develop the quantum internet.
The major themes in Photonics research are: Photonic fibre devices; Fibre based sensors; Planar photonic components and optical circuitry; and New photonic materials for sensing, display and difficult environments. Structural Health Monitoring of Civil Infrastructures This work develops highly multiplexed fibre sensor systems for structural health monitoring and risk assessment of critical transport infrastructures.
Fibre Ring Laser Based Intracavity Gas and Chemical Sensors Fibre laser based sensor systems have great potential for high sensitivity gas and chemical detection. We develop fibre ring laser based sensor systems in collaboration with Tianjin University, China. In collaboration with researchers in Chemical Engineering and Industry Chemistry, we develop an optical fibre photoreactor system that would effectively allow for improved utilisation of photons by the semiconductor surface.
Photosensitive Polymer Optical Fibres and Gratings Polymer optical fibre Bragg gratings are useful for strain sensor applications for large dynamic range.
We develop polymer optical fibres with higher photosensitivity and fabricating POF gratings for various industrial applications. Of particular interest is the development of hydrogel-based electronics ink for conformal flexible displays, chiral co polymers for polarisation control and manipulation of polarisation in optical fibres, self-assembly of polymer for photoreceptors pixels definition in artificial retina and semiconducting polymers for artificial skin tactile sensors. Image and Video Compression The School has been conducting world-leading research in the area of compression of digital media.
One focus of this work is scalable compression technologies, which generated embedded bit-streams whose subsets can simultaneously target numerous resolutions, bit-rates and regions of interest. Another focus is efficient representation and estimation of structural information, including motion, depth and geometric structure. Work in this area has contributed and is continuing to contribute to several major international image and video compression standards.
Multimedia Communication The School has also been very active in the development of efficient methods for image and video communication over networks. One focus of this work is the development of highly efficient and computationally tractable hybrid-ARQ protection strategies for scalably compressed multi-media over lossy packet networks. A second focus has been the development of algorithms and standards to facilitate efficient and flexible access to remotely located image and video.
Many of the engineering and more specifically signal processing problems we face have been addressed in nature, sometimes with astonishing degrees of specialisation and success. It is hoped that an improved understanding of natural systems would inspire novel technologies.
Signal Processing for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy This project is a collaborative effort with a group from the department of Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge and more recently with the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, and has the goal of investigating novel approaches for the processing of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy data in order to enhance the detection and study of biologically active compounds such as metabolites and heparin.
This can lead to the unmasking of low concentration metabolites in a biological sample thereby contributing to the study of disease, toxicity, gene expression as well as drug development. Paralinguistic Speech Processing Processing and recognition of the linguistic content of speech has been a major focus for speech processing research for some decades, however more recently attention is shifting towards non-linguistic speech information, such as speaker identity, emotion and cognitive load.
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I am involved with the teaching within the field of computer communications through both wired and cellular communications. This is a large field and I specialise in the efficient movement of traffic within an organisation.