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Dr Alexandra Baum

Alexandra Baum obtained her PhD in Dec 2007, on Refractive index modification of polymers with Femstosecond laser radiation for sensors and devices. She then took a position at Sharp Laboratories in 2008, Oxford following a short time as a PDRA in the research group, and now lives in Stockholm, Sweden.

Publications: 

Alexandra Baum,  Patricia J. Scully, Walter Perrie, Valerio Lucarini  (2010). Mechanisms of femtosecond laser induced refractive index modification of poly(methyl methacrylate).  JOSA B, Vol. 27, Issue 1, pp. 107-111.

Alexandra Baum, Patricia J. Scully, Walter Perrie, David Jones, Riju Issac, and Dino A. Jaroszynski “Pulse duration dependency of femtosecond laser refractive index modification in poly(methyl methacrylate)”, Optics Letters, Vol. 33, Issue 7, 651-653, 2008.

A. Baum, P. Scully, M. Basanta, C. L. Thomas, P. Fielden, N. Goddard, W. Perrie, and P. Chalker (2007). Photochemistry of refractive index structures in poly(methyl methacrylate) by femtosecond laser irradiation. Optics Letters, 32, 2, 190-192.

Dun Liu,  Walter Perrie,  Zheng Kuang,  Patricia Scully,  Shijie Liang,  Alexandra Baum,  Anca Taranu, Stuart Edwardson,  Eamonn Fearon,  Geoff Dearden and Ken Watkins (2010).  Multiple beam refractive index modification of PMMA.  Photon10. Optics and Photonics conference. Southampton. 23-26 August 2010.

R Sun, S Liang, P J Scully, T Li, A. Baum and S.O.Oyadiji  (2008). Evaluation of femtosecond laser written diffraction grating structure in polymethyl methacrylate for strain measurement. Oral Presentation. Photon 08: Optics & Photonics Conference. Institute of Physics. Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Sept 2008.

A Baum, P J Scully, W Perrie, D Jones, R. Issac, and D.A. Jaroszynski  (2008). The effect of pulse duration on writing photonic structures in poly(methyl methacrylate) using femtosecond lasers. Oral Presentation. Photon 08: Optics & Photonics Conference. Institute of Physics. Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Sept 2008.

R Sun, S Liang, P J Scully, T Li, A. Baum and S.O.Oyadiji  (2008). Evaluation of femtosecond laser written diffraction grating structure in polymethyl methacrylate for strain measurement. Oral Presentation. Photon 08: Optics & Photonics Conference.InstituteofPhysics.HeriotWattUniversity,Edinburgh, Sept 2008.

A.Baum, P.J.Scully (2007) . Photomodification of polymethylmethacrylate for structuring polymer optical fibre. POF07, Turin, Italy, Sept 2007.

A.Baum, P. J. Scully, D. Jones, D. A. Jaroszynski, W. Perrie,  M.Sharp, K.G. Watkins (2007).  NUV and NIR Femtosecond laser modification of PMMA for low cost optical components. PLM 2007, April 2007.

A.Baum, W.Perrie, P.J.Scully, N.J.Goddard, P.R.Fielden, P.R.Chalker (2006). Gratings in polymethylmethacrylate and polymer optical fibre using femtosecond laser irradiation,. OFS 2006,Cancun,Mexico, Oct 2006.

A. Baum, W. Perrie, P. J. Scully, M. Basanta, C. L. P. Thomas, N. J. Goddard, P. R. Fielden, P. R. Chalker (2006). Photonic Structures in POF and PMMA using Femtosecond Laser Irradiation. POF06,Seoul,Korea, Sept 2006.

A Baum,W Perrie, P J Scully, P R Fielden, N J Goddard, C L P Thomas and M Basanta (2006). Femtosecond laser modification of poly methyl methacrylate: parametric study and optical components. Photon 06: Optics and Photonics 2006. TheUniversityofManchester,Sept 4-7 2006.

Baum, P.J.Scully, C.L.P.Thomas, P.R.Fielden, N.J.Goddard (2006). Femtosecond laser modification of polymethyl methacrylate: photochemistry, CLEO 2006,Long Beach,California,USA, May 21-26, CMX3.

A.Baum, P.J. Scully, W.Perrie (2006). Femtosecond laser modification of polymethyl methacrylate at 387 nm. CLEO 2006,Long BeachCalifornia,USA. May 21-26, JTu2D12.

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