Prof Gordon Love, B.Sc. Ph.D. F.Inst.P. C. Phys.
(email at email@example.com)
Responsibilities within department
I am the Deputy Head of the Science Faculty (UG)
I currently teach Level One Classical Mechanics, along with Tom Lancaster
My research group designs and constructs instrumentation for large telescopes which the UK is involved with around the World. My general interests are in Optics and Photonics for a variety of applications including astronomy and vision science. More specifically I work on adaptive optics, vision science, and liquid crystal optics. See our group pages, and my personal page for more info.
Centre for Materials Physics
- Experimental structure and dynamics of biological soft matter
Department of Physics
- Centre for Advanced Instrumentation
- Adaptive Optics
- Astronomical Technology
- Liquid Crystal Technology
- Vision Science
Journal papers: academic
- Banks, Martin S., Sprague, William W., Schmoll, Jurgen, Parnell, Jared A. Q. & Love, Gordon D. (2015). Why do animal eyes have pupils of different shapes?. Science Advances 1(7): e1500391.
- Mitchell, T.J., Saunter, C.D., O'Nions, W., Girkin, J.M. & Love, G.D. (2014). Quantitative High Dynamic Range Beam Proling for Fluorescence Microscopy. Review of Scientific Instruments 85(10): 103713.
- Cashmore, M.T., Hall, S.R.G. & Love, G.D. (2014). Traceable interferometry using binary reconfigurable holograms. Applied Optics 53(24): 5353-5358.
- Lavery, Martin PJ, Robertson, David J, Berkhout, Gregorius CG, Love, Gordon D, Padgett, Miles J & Courtial, Johannes (2012). Refractive elements for the measurement of the orbital angular momentum of a single photon. Optics express 20(3): 2110-2115.
- Young, Laura K., Liversedge, Simon P., Love, Gordon D., Myers, Richard M. & Smithson, Hannah E. (2011). Not all aberrations are equal: Reading impairment depends on aberration type and magnitude. Journal of Vision 11(13): 20.
- Love, Gordon D., Hoffman, David M., Hands, Philip J.W., Gao, James, Kirby, Andrew K. & Banks, Martin S. (2009). High-speed switchable lens enables the development of a volumetric stereoscopic display. Optics Express 17(18): 15716-15725.
- Taylor, J.M., Wong, L.Y., Bain, C.D. & Love, G.D. (2008). Emergent properties in optically bound matter. Optics Express 16(10): 6921-6929.