The University of Kent, Canterbury PhD Physics 1997 – 2000, ‘Advances in OCT and Flow Imaging’
The research undertook during this PhD produced (authored or co-authored) more
than a dozen scientific papers and proceedings. The subject being a new non-
invasive imaging technology has been applied to the eye. The research culminated
in installation of systems at Moorfields Eye Hospital and The New York Eye and Ear
For a short time (3 months in 2012), John was employed by the ERC grant. During this time he has worked on a multiple path configuration with active circulating rings. He has proven that by adding modulation of the active gain and better control of polarization, up to 10 en-face OCT images can be obtained simultaneously.
John A. Rogers, Adrian Bradu, and Adrian Gh. Podoleanu, Polarization maintaining multiple-depth en face optical coherence tomography system using active re-circulation loops in the non-stationary state
Opt. Express 20, 29196-29209 (2012) , htthttp://www.opticsinfobase.org/oe/abstract.cfm?URI=oe-20-28-29196
He has also contributed to novel configurations, useful for multiple path configurations for OCT and sensing, that have been protected by a patent application.