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Lee, C. Y. and Rutt, H. N. (2006) Electrically driven 8-14 micron band solid-state modulator. In: Joint SEAS & EMRS DTC (Electro Magnetic Remote Sensing - Defence Technology Centre) Technical Conferences, 13-14 July 2006, Edinburgh.


Rutt, H. N. (2006) The Laser - Light Fantastic. In: Public Lecture, 20 February 2006, British Council Information Centre, Hanoi.

Rutt, H. N. and Al Hakim, M. M. (2006) A proposed novel multiplexed near field Terahertz microscope. In: Workshop on New Scientific Possibilities with High Power Terahertz Sources, 29-30 June 2006, Runcorn, UK.

Rutt, H. N. and Al-Makim, M. M. (2006) A proposed novel multiplexed near field terahertz microscope. In: Workshop on Terahertz Radiation, 3-6 February 2006, Novosobirsk.


Vargas-Rodriguez, E. and Rutt, H. N. (2006) Gas sensor design using a Fabry-Perot interferometer with long cavity length as a modulator. In: Frontiers in Optics 2006/Laser Science XXII Conferences, 8-12 October 2006, Rochester NY.

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