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2016

1.        Colchester, R. J. et al. All-optical pulse-echo ultrasound probe for intravascular imaging. in Photonic Therapeutics and Diagnostics XII (eds. Choi, B. et al.) 9689, (SPIE-INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING, 2016).

2.        Knapitsch, A. et al. Large Scale Production of Photonic Crystals on Scintillators. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci. 63, 639–643 (2016).

3.        Modrzynski, P. et al. Light Extraction From Scintillating Crystals Enhanced by Photonic Crystal Structures Patterned by Focused Ion Beam. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci. 63, 644–648 (2016).

4.        Noimark, S. M. et al. Carbon-nanotube-PDMS composite coatings on optical fibres for all-optical ultrasound imaging. Adv. Funct. Mater. (2016).

5.        Powell, M. J. et al. Intelligent Multifunctional VO2/SiO2/TiO2 Coatings for Self-Cleaning, Energy-Saving Window Panels. Chem. Mater. 28, 1369–1376 (2016).

6.        Tummeltshammer, C. et al. On the Ability of Förster Resonance Energy Transfer to Enhance Luminescent Solar Concentrator Efficiency. Nano Energy (2016). doi:10.1016/j.nanoen.2016.11.058

7.        Tummeltshammer, C., Taylor, A., Kenyon, A. J. & Papakonstantinou, I. Flexible and fluorophore-doped luminescent solar concentrators based on polydimethylsiloxane. Opt. Lett. 41, 713–716 (2016).

2015

8.        Colchester, R. J. et al. Broadband miniature optical ultrasound probe for high resolution vascular tissue imaging. Biomed. Opt. Express 6, 1502–1511 (2015).

9.        Colchester, R. J. et al. Real-time needle guidance with photoacoustic and laser-generated ultrasound probes. in Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of SPIE 9323–9372 (2015).

10.      Haigh, P. A. et al. Wavelength-Multiplexed Polymer LEDs: Towards 55 Mb/s Organic Visible Light Communications. IEEE J. Sel. AREAS Commun. 33, 1819–1828 (2015).

11.      Haigh, P. A. et al. A Multi-CAP Visible-Light Communications System With 4.85-b/s/Hz Spectral Efficiency. IEEE J. Sel. AREAS Commun. 33, 1771–1779 (2015).

12.      Haigh, P. A. et al. Experimental verification of visible light communications based on multi-band CAP modulation. in Conference on Optical Fiber Communication, Technical Digest Series 2015–June, (2015).

13.      Haigh, P. A. et al. Multi-band Carrier-less Amplitude and Phase Modulation for Bandlimited Visible Light Communications Systems. IEEE Wirel. Commun. 22, 46–53 (2015).

14.      Papakonstantinou, I. & Tummeltshammer, C. Fundamental limits of concentration in luminescent solar concentrators revised: the effect of reabsorption and nonunity quantum yield. Optica 2, 841–849 (2015).

15.      Tummeltshammer, C., Taylor, A., Kenyon, A. J. & Papakonstantinou, I. Losses in luminescent solar concentrators unveiled. Sol. Energy Mater. Sol. Cells 144, 40–47 (2015).

2014

16.      Brown, M. S. & Papakonstantinou, I. Timing Performance Improvement of Scintillator Detectors via Inclusion of Reflection Metasurfaces. in CLEO: 2014 FF2C.4--FF2C.4 (Optical Society of America, 2014)

17.      Brown, M. et al. Influence of Depth of Interaction upon the Performance of Scintillator Detectors. PLoS One 9, e98177--e98177 (2014).

18.      Colchester, R. J. et al. Laser-generated ultrasound with optical fibres using functionalised carbon nanotube composite coatings. Appl. Phys. Lett. 104, (2014).

19.      Haigh, P. A. et al. Next generation visible light communications: 10 Mb/s with polymer light-emitting diodes. Conf. Opt. Fiber Commun. Tech. Dig. Ser. (2014). doi:10.1109/OFC.2014.6886666

20.      Haigh, P. A. et al. Visible light communications: real time 10 Mb/s link with a low bandwidth polymer light-emitting diode. Opt. Express 22, 2830–2838 (2014).

21.      Haigh, P. A. et al. A 10 Mb/s visible light communication system using a low bandwidth polymer light-emitting diode. 2014 9th Int. Symp. Commun. Syst. Networks Digit. Signal Process. CSNDSP 2014 999–1004 (2014). doi:10.1109/CSNDSP.2014.6923975

22.      Haigh, P. A. et al. A 20-Mb/s VLC Link With a Polymer LED and a Multilayer Perceptron Equalizer. Photonics Technol. Lett. IEEE 26, 1975–1978 (2014).

23.      Haigh, P. A. et al. Organic visible light communications: Recent progress. in International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (2014). doi:10.1109/ICTON.2014.6876610

24.      Haigh, P. A. et al. A 1-Mb/s visible light communications link with low bandwidth organic components. IEEE Photonics Technol. Lett. 26, 1295–1298 (2014).

25.      Haigh, P. A., Ghassemlooy, Z., Rajbhandari, S., Papakonstantinou, I. & Popoola, W. Visible light communications: 170 Mb/s using an artificial neural network equalizer in a low bandwidth white light configuration. J. Light. Technol. 32, 1807–1813 (2014).

26.      Le, S. T. et al. 10 Mb/s visible light transmission system using a polymer light-emitting diode with orthogonal frequency division multiplexing. Opt Lett 39, 3876–3879 (2014).

27.      Li, J., Taylor, A., Papakonstantinou, I., Zhang, E. & Beard, P. Highly sensitive optical microresonator sensors for photoacoustic imaging. in Proc. SPIE 8943, 89430C–89430C–10--89430C–89430C–10 (2014).

28.      Mosse, C. A. et al. Fiber optic ultrasound transducers with carbon/PDMS composite coatings. Proc. SPIE 8943, 89430P–89430P–7--89430P–89430P–7 (2014).

29.      Sibilo, R. L., Taylor, A., Powell, M., Parkin, I. P. & Papakonstantinou, I. Prototype Vanadium Dioxide Nanoparticle Thermochromic Smart Window. in EMRS: 2014 L-VIII 25--L-VIII 25 (2014).

30.      Taylor, A. et al. Motheye Smart Windows. in EMRS: 2014 L-X 4 (2014).

31.      Taylor, A., Parkin, I., Tummeltshammer, C. & Papakonstantinou, I. Prototype Motheye Smart Windows. in 2014 MRS Fall Meeting FF11.02--FF11.02 (Materials research society, 2014).

32.      Tummeltshammer, C., Taylor, A., Kenyon, a J. & Papakonstantinou, I. Homeotropic alignment and FRET : the way to a brighter luminescent solar concentrator. J. Appl. Phys. 173103, 1–7 (2014).

33.      Tummeltshammer, C., Taylor, A., Kenyon, A. J. & Papakonstantinou, I. Homeotropic alignment and Forster resonance energy transfer: The way to a brighter luminescent solar concentrator. J. Appl. Phys. 116, (2014).

2013

34.      Ghassemlooy, Z. et al. Visible light communications: 3.75Mbits/s data rate with a 160kHz bandwidth organic photodetector and artificial neural network equalization \[Invited\]. Photon. Res. 1, 65–68 (2013).

35.      Haigh, P. A., Ghassemlooy, Z. & Papakonstantinou, I. 1.4-Mb/s White Organic LED Transmission System Using Discrete Multitone Modulation. Photonics Technol. Lett. IEEE 25, 615–618 (2013).

36.      Haigh, P. A., Ghassemlooy, Z., Papakonstantinou, I. & Le Minh, H. 2.7 Mb/s With a 93-kHz White Organic Light Emitting Diode and Real Time ANN Equalizer. Photonics Technol. Lett. IEEE 25, 1687–1690 (2013).

37.      Haigh, P. A., Ghassemlooy, Z., Papakonstantinou, I. & Rajbhandari, S. Online artificial neural network equalization for a visible light communications system with an organic light emitting diode based transmitter. in Network and Optical Communications (NOC), 2013 18th European Conference on and Optical Cabling and Infrastructure (OC i), 2013 8th Conference on 153–158 (2013). doi:10.1109/NOC-OCI.2013.6582882

38.      Haigh, P. A. et al. A MIMO-ANN system for increasing data rates in organic visible light communications systems. in IEEE International Conference on Communications 5322–5327 (2013). doi:10.1109/ICC.2013.6655433

39.      Haigh, P. A., Ghassemlooy, Z., Rajbhandari, S. & Papakonstantinou, I. Visible light communications using organic light emitting diodes. Commun. Mag. IEEE 51, (2013).

40.      Papadopoulos, S. et al. Component and system level studies of radiation damage impact on reflective electroabsorption modulators for use in HL-LHC Data transmission. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci. 60, 386–393 (2013).

41.      Taylor, A., Papakonstantinou, I. & Parkin, I. A Bioinspired Solution for Spectrally Selective Thermochromic Glazing. in Materials Research Science Fall Meeting. MRS Fall Boston, Paper GG5.03 (2013).

42.      Taylor, A. et al. A bioinspired solution for spectrally selective thermochromic VO2 coated intelligent glazing. Opt. Express 21, A750--A764 (2013).

43.      Tummeltshammer, C., Brown, M. S., Taylor, A., Kenyon, A. J. & Papakonstantinou, I. Efficiency and loss mechanisms of plasmonic Luminescent Solar Concentrators. Opt. Express 21, A735--A749 (2013).

2012

44.      Haigh, P. et al. Exploiting Equalization Techniques for Improving Data Rates in Organic Optoelectronic Devices for Visible Light Communications. Light. Technol. J. 30, 3081–3088 (2012).

45.      Pitwon, R. C. A. et al. FirstLight: Pluggable Optical Interconnect Technologies for Polymeric Electro-Optical Printed Circuit Boards in Data Centers. J. Light. Technol. 30, 3316–3329 (2012).

46.      Papadopoulos, S., Papakonstantinou, I., Vasey, F., Troska, J. & Darwazeh, I. A network architecture for bidirectional data transfer in high-energy physics experiments using electroabsorption modulators. in 16th European Conference on Networks and Optical Communications, NOC 2011 68–71 (2011).

47.      Papakonstantinou, I. et al. A Fully Bidirectional Optical Network With Latency Monitoring Capability for the Distribution of Timing-Trigger and Control Signals in High-Energy Physics Experiments. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci. 58, 1628–1640 (2011).

48.      Troska, J. et al. Versatile Transceiver developments. J. Instrum. 6, 1–7 (2011).