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Dr Tijmen Euser

Dr Tijmen Euser

University Lecturer

Fellow of Magdalene College


Office Phone: x (3)47 039

Research projects

Optofluidics Researchers:

Key Publications

"Flying particle sensors in hollow-core photonic crystal fibre", D. Bykov. O. A. Schmidt, Tijmen G. Euser, and Philip St.J. Russell. Nature Photonics 9, 461 (2015).

"Reconfigurable optothermal microparticle trap in air-filled hollow-core photonic crystal fiber", O. A. Schmidt, M. K. Garbos, T. G. Euser, and P. St. J. Russell, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 024502 (2012).

"Dynamic control of higher-order modes in hollow-core photonic crystal fibers",
T. G. Euser, G. Whyte, M. Scharrer, J. S. Y. Chen, A. Abdolvand, J. Nold, C. F. Kaminski, and P. St.J. Russell, Opt. Express 16, pp. 17972-17981 (2008).

"Rydberg atoms in hollow-core photonic crystal fibres", G. Epple, K. S. Kleinbach, T. G. Euser, N. Y. Joly, T. Pfau, P. St.J. Russell, and R. Löw, Nature Comms. 5, 4132 (2014).

"Photonic crystal fibres for chemical sensing and photochemistry", A. M. Cubillas, S. Unterkofler, T. G. Euser, B. J. M. Etzold, A. C. Jones, P. J. Sadler, P. Wasserscheid, and P. St.J. Russell. Chem. Soc. Rev. 42, 8629 (2013). Highlighted on front cover.

"Chemical and (Photo)-Catalytical Transformations in Photonic Crystal Fibers", M. Schmidt, A. M. Cubillas, N. Taccardi, T. G. Euser, T. Cremer, F. Maier, H. P. Steinrueck, P. St.J. Russell, P. Wasserscheid, and B. J. M. Etzold. Chem. Cat. Chem. 5, 641 (2013).  Highlighted on front cover.

A complete list of publications can be found on:
http://www.researcherid.com/rid/A-2876-2014

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