Dr W J Hossack
Will is a member of the following School research institute:
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.
I am Director of Publicity and Recruitment for the School of Physics and Astronomy.
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.
- P-142L: Late-News Poster: Time of Flight Based 3D Image Sensing Using Holographically Projected Structured Illumination DOI, SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers, 43, 1, p. 1151-1154
- Changes to lipid droplet configuration in mCMV-infected fibroblasts: live cell imaging with simultaneous CARS and two-photon fluorescence microscopy DOI, Biomedical Optics Express, 2, 9, p. 2504-2516
- Intracellular imaging of host-pathogen interactions using combined CARS and two-photon fluorescence microscopies DOI, Journal of biophotonics, 3, 3, p. 138-146
- Optics Express, 14, 7, p. 3065-3072