Dr. Will Hossack

Position:
SENIOR LECTURER
Research Theme:
Condensed Matter and Photonics
Institution:
Edinburgh
Email address:
will.hossack@ed.ac.uk
Website:
http://www2.ph.ed.ac.uk/~wjh/
Telephone number:
+44 (0)131 650 5261
Address:
School of Physics and Astronomy, James Clerk Maxwell Building, Peter Guthrie Tait Road, Edinburgh, EH9 3FD, United Kingdom

Research interests

My research interest on optical system, diffractive optics and the use of LCOS microdisplay as real time holographic components. I am part of the COSMIC imaging centre working on laser scanning bio-imaging systems.

Teaching

I have  a range of subjects across the physics degree programme.

I am currently teaching

  • Physics 1A (Momentum and Energy) at Level 8 (first year)
  • Physics of Fields (electromagnetism) at Level 8 (second year)
  • Python programming at Level 8 (second years)

I also sit on multiple committees at College and University level associated with teaching and programme delivery.

Research outputs

  1. P-142L: Late-News Poster: Time of Flight Based 3D Image Sensing Using Holographically Projected Structured Illumination DOI
    Krzysztof Nguyen, David Tyndall, Richard Walker, Robert Henderson, William Hossack and Ian Underwood, SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers, 43, 1 , p. 1151-1154 (2012)
  2. Changes to lipid droplet configuration in mCMV-infected fibroblasts: live cell imaging with simultaneous CARS and two-photon fluorescence microscopy DOI
    Christine S. Y. Wong, Iain Robinson, Michael A. Ochsenkuehn, Jochen Arlt, William J. Hossack and Jason Crain, Biomedical Optics Express, 2, 9 , p. 2504-2516 (2011)
  3. Intracellular imaging of host-pathogen interactions using combined CARS and two-photon fluorescence microscopies DOI
    Iain Robinson, Michael Andreas Ochsenkuhn, Colin J. Campbell, Gerard Giraud, William J. Hossack, Jochen Arlt and Jason Crain, Journal of biophotonics, 3, 3 , p. 138-146 (2010)
  4. Time-Multiplexed Laguerre-Gaussian holographic optical tweezers for biological applications. DOI
    A Lafong, William J Hossack, Jochen Arlt, T J Nowakowski and N D Read, Optics Express, 14, 7 , p. 3065-3072 (2006)
  5. Multiple trap Laguerre--Gaussian holographic optical tweezers using a multiplexed ferroelectric SLM DOI
    A Lafong, William J Hossack, Jochen Arlt, T J Nowakowski and N D Read (2006)
  6. Spherical aberration correction for optical tweezers DOI
    Eirini Theofanidou, Laurence G Wilson, William J Hossack and Jochen Arlt, Optics Communications, 236, 1-3 , p. 145-150 (2004)
  7. Spherical aberration correction for optical tweezers DOI
    Jochen Arlt, Laurence G Wilson, E Theofanidou, William J Hossack, K Dholakia (Editor) and G C Spalding (Editor), p. 410-418 (2004)
  8. SPICE modelling of ferroelectric liquid crystal on silicon microdisplays
    Stewart Smith, Anthony Walton, I Underwood, C Miremont, David Vass, William Hossack, M Birch, A Macartney and R Nicol, 5181, p. 144-153 (2003)
  9. An improved SPICE model for Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal microdisplays
    Stewart Smith, Anthony Walton, I Underwood, C Miremont, David Vass, William Hossack, M Birch, A Macartney and R Nicol, p. 148-152 (2003)
  10. Antiferroelectric liquid crystal on silicon DOI
    I. Underwood, D. G. Vass, M. I. Newsam, W. J. Hossack, G. K. H. Bodammer, V. K. Nilsen, J. T. M. Stevenson, A. M. Gundlach, W. Parkes, J. M. Oton et al., p. 196-205 (2000)
Last updated: 19 Feb 2018 at 21:11