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Dr Tim McIntyre

Head of Physics

Dr McIntyre heads the Laser Imaging Group within the School of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Queensland. The group aims to develop and apply advanced imaging techniques to a variety of fluids ranging from the microscopic level up to hypersonic flows. The group has developed interferometric, fluorescence and non-linear techniques.

Dr McIntyre also has an interest in developing computer simulations for use in teaching undergraduate physics. He has created a range of Java Applets for simulating optical devices, electronics and other general physics. Follow the personal URL below for more details.

Located in Building 6 - Room 325
Phone: (07) 336 53423
BSc Hons(ANU), PhD(ANU)
Personal/External URL This an external website. The views and opinions that may be expressed in it are not of The University of Queensland.
Research Interests Laser Imaging (Holographic Interferometry, Laser Induced Fluorescence, Schlieren/Shadowgraph, Spectroscopic Methods, Non-linear Methods). Hypersonic Flow (Super-orbital flow, Scramjets, Facility Development, Non-equlibrium flow, Radiation).

Available Projects

Title Body Level
superCARS: Super-resolved Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering Microscopy

Our project in SMP is to improve the resolution of widefield CARS microscopy by using structured illumination on the input laser beams. In structured illumination methods, used with...

PhD Project