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University of Manchester (Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science)

URL: http://www.ceas.manchester.ac.uk/our-research/themes-challenges/themes/ias/

This theme brings together a multidisciplinary team that researches new measurement techniques and develops instrumentation to carry out those measurements in areas ranging from molecular processes in living cells to chemical processes in industrial reactors.

Patricia Scully

Position: Senior Lecturer in Sensor Instrumentation
URL: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/research/patricia.scully/
E-Mail: patricia.scully [AT] manchester.ac.uk
Telephone: 0161 306 8923

Biography
Research focuses on sensitizing optical fibres and photonic materials to measurands by creating functional chemically sensitive optical
coatings, or laser inscribed structures in transparent materials that affect the properties of light. My research and interests are strongly multidisciplinary. Most recent research projects range from Non-invasive Monitoring of Fibre Optical Cables for networked infrastructure such as local area networks (LANs); to using photonic guided wave tomography for health care technology for monitoring older people at risk of falling.


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