Douglas Little


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I completed my PhD in 2010 studying the physics of light-matter interactions in ultrafast direct-write laser applications. Since then, I have enjoyed a multidisciplinary postdoctoral research career studying the optics of spider silks, statistical analysis of chaotic systems, interferometric imaging and nanometrology, winning the National Measurement Institute Prize in 2014. Currently, I am working in the diamond photonics group creating novel diamond-based light sources.


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