Physics Today highlights research using the PImMS camera

27 November 2013

Physics Today has highlighted research using the PImMS camera, a fast CMOS-based imaging camera developed by the PImMS collaboration between Oxford Physics, Oxford Chemistry and the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. The groups developing PImMS are Richard Nickerson's in Physics (formerly led by Andrei Nomerotski, now at Brookhaven), those of Claire Vallance and Mark Brouard in Chemistry and Renato Turchetta's CMOS Sensor Design Group at RAL.

The research highlighted, from Michael White's group at Brookhaven National Laboratory and Stony Brook University, USA, uses the PImMS camera to measure photofragment angular distributions subsequent to a surface catalysed photoreaction (full paper).