Fast sensors for time-of-flight imaging applications.

@article{Vallance2014FastSF,
  title={Fast sensors for time-of-flight imaging applications.},
  author={Claire Vallance and M. Brouard and Alexandra Lauer and Craig S. Slater and E. Halford and Benjamin Winter and S. J. D. King and Jason W. L. Lee and Daniel E. Pooley and I. Sedgwick and Renato Turchetta and Andrei Nomerotski and J. J. John and Laura Hill},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={383-95}
}
The development of sensors capable of detecting particles and radiation with both high time and high positional resolution is key to improving our understanding in many areas of science. Example applications of such sensors range from fundamental scattering studies of chemical reaction mechanisms through to imaging mass spectrometry of surfaces, neutron scattering studies aimed at probing the structure of materials, and time-resolved fluorescence measurements to elucidate the structure and… CONTINUE READING