High Speed Imaging

The web page for the High Speed Imaging Group, part of the Space Research Centre at the University of Leicester.

The High Speed Imaging Group explores new technologies for photon-counting imaging at very high speed. Our core interests lie in the development of instrumentation and new capabilities for space science and astronomy applications, and translation of developments in detector science to terrestrial research fields and commercial markets. New levels of performance offer potential for novel science and new instruments in fields such as time resolved spectroscopy e.g. fluorescence lifetime imaging and Raman spectroscopy, 3D imaging and LIDAR. High speed photon-counting imaging has great technological potential in diverse fields such as medical imaging, clinical diagnostics, microscopy, security and environmental monitoring, bringing about both and economic and societal impact.

To see more about our research, please click here. For news from the group, please click here. For information on group members, please click here. For a list of our publications, please click here. To get in contact with the group of for directions to the University of Leicester, please click here.

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