We publish and present our work in a range of journals and conferences. All of our publications are listed below.
Pre-print: Maximum information states for coherent scattering measurements
"The use of coherent light for precision measurements has been a key driving force for numerous research directions, ranging from biomedical optics to semiconductor manufacturing. Recent work demonstrates that the precision of such measurements can be significantly improved by tailoring the spatial profile of light fields used for estimating an observable system parameter. These advances naturally raise the intriguing question of which states of light can provide the ultimate measurement precision. Here, we introduce a general approach to determine the optimal coherent states of light for estimating any given parameter, regardless of the complexity of the system..." Read more here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2002.10388
Influence of the Local Scattering Environment on the Localization Precision of Single Particles
"We study the fundamental limit on the localization precision for a subwavelength scatterer embedded in
a strongly scattering environment, using the external degrees of freedom provided by wavefront shaping.
For a weakly scattering target, the localization precision improves with the value of the local density of
states at the target position. ... " Read more here: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.133903