Rowan Curtis

Rowan Curtis
University of Oxford | OX · Department of Physics

Bachelor of Science

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Understanding how the surfaces of airless planetary bodies—such as the Moon—scatter visible light enables constraints to be placed on their surface properties and top boundary layer inputs to be set within thermal models. Remote sensing instruments—such as Diviner onboard the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter—measure thermal emission and visible light s...
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We demonstrate the use of a Mach-Zehnder interferometer to measure gas flow within hollow core fiber during gas pressure changes. These preliminary results demonstrate the method and indicate differences between various hollow core morphologies.
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Abstract Many scientific and practical applications require the propagation time through cables to be well defined and known, e.g., an error in the evaluation of signal propagation time in the OPERA experiment in 2011 initially erroneously concluded that Neutrinos are faster than light. In fact, there are many other physical infrastructures such as...

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