Where you can go from here:
Welcome to the Homepage of the
Optical Engineering Laboratory
The Optical Engineering Laboratory (OEL) at the University of Warwick is
actively researching many areas. Our expertise covers both mechanical and
biomedical engineering, with current research covering areas as diverse as
engine diagnostics, high-speed, complex flow diagnostics (PIV), digital holography and ophthalmic diagnostics. Previous projects include medical laser ablation and diabetes screening. Read on
to find out more, or use the links at either side of the screen to navigate
through our site.
What are we doing at the moment? Brief details of our research
and links for more information, this section is a work in progress.
Some papers are available, these will shortly be collated into their
Past research from the OEL, including press articles and publications.
Who are we?
Members of the OEL
How to get to the OEL
Optics Course Notes
Information and notes on the courses that are run by the OEL, coupled
with web sites written by past students detailing the workings of IC
and Gas Turbine engines.
Biomedical Optics Course
Not notes as of yet, but some useful links to get you started.
Information about the workings of Gas Turbine Engines and IC Engines,
with details of analysis techniques used to study these engines.
|Undergraduate course notes can be found
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