Dr. Robert Murray received an M.Phys in Photonics from the University of Manchester in 2010, before moving to Imperial College London (ICL) to study for a PhD under the supervision of Prof. Roy Taylor in the Femtosecond Optics Group. His doctoral research was comprised of two main themes: parametric wavelength conversion in photonic crystal fibres for high-power spectrally tunable visible light generation, and high-average power chirped pulse fibre amplifier systems. He was awarded his PhD in June 2015 and is now working as a research associate in the Femtosecond Optics Group (ICL). His current research interests include high-average power pulsed and CW fibre amplifier systems, optical parametric sources in the mid-IR and visible frequency doubled fibre-based systems for imaging applications in super-resolution microscopy. Robert has recently been awarded an Imperial College Research Fellowship, due to start in October 2018.
et al., 2018, easySLM-STED: stimulated emission depletion microscopy with aberration correction, extended field of view and multiple beam scanning, Journal of Biophotonics, ISSN:1864-063X
Runcorn TH, Murray R, Taylor JR, 2018, Highly efficient nanosecond 560 nm source by SHG of a combined Yb-Raman fiber amplifier, Optics Express, Vol:26, ISSN:1094-4087, Pages:4440-4447
et al., 2017, Visible Raman-shifted Fiber Lasers for Biophotonic Applications, Ieee Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol:24, ISSN:1077-260X
et al., 2019, Watt-level, Duration-tunable Picosecond Source at 560 nm by Second-harmonic Generation of a Raman Fiber Laser
Murray RT, Runcorn TH, Taylor JR, 2018, Fibre-based sources from the UV to mid-infrared