Carl Paterson studied Physics as an undergraduate at Oxford University before coming to Imperial College to study for his PhD in Optics. He became a Royal Society University Research Fellow in 2001 and Reader in Physics in 2008. He started his research career working on diffractive optics and optical vortices before moving into adaptive optics, optical propagation through scattering and turbulent media and optical imaging. Current research interests also include endoscopy and Brillouin microscopy with particular emphasis on ocular imaging.
et al., 2019, Detection of proteoglycan loss from articular cartilage using Brillouin microscopy, with applications to osteoarthritis, Biomedical Optics Express, Vol:10, ISSN:2156-7085, Pages:2457-2466
et al., 2019, Assessment of corneal substrate biomechanics and its effect on epithelial stem cell maintenance and differentiation, Nature Communications, Vol:10, ISSN:2041-1723
et al., 2018, Water content, not stiffness, dominates Brillouin spectroscopy measurements in hydrated materials, Nature Methods, ISSN:1548-7091
et al., 2018, The effect of ionic composition on acoustic phonon speeds in hybrid perovskites from Brillouin spectroscopy and density functional theory, Journal of Materials Chemistry C, Vol:6, ISSN:2050-7526, Pages:3861-3868
et al., 2018, Semi-random multicore fibre design for adaptive multiphoton endoscopy, Optics Express, Vol:26, ISSN:1094-4087, Pages:3661-3673