Robert Lamb began his career with the UK MoD 1986 developing high power solid state lasers using phase conjugation with stimulated Brillouin scattering and multi-wavelength lasers with stimulated Raman scattering. He later began the first work on the use of time correlated single photon counting for long range lidar, rangefinding, target identification and ultra-low light level sensing. He is now the Chief Technologist for Electro-optics at Leonardo with responsibility for future technology investment and applied research in lasers and photonics.
Demonstration of time-of-flight technique with all-optical modulation and MCT detection in SWIR/MWIR range
Analysis of three-dimensional scenes using photon-starved data in cluttered target scenarios (Conference Presentation)
Design considerations for high-altitude altimetry and lidar systems incorporating single-photon avalanche diode detectors
A photon-counting time-of-flight ranging technique developed for the avoidance of range ambiguity at gigahertz clock rates
Characterisation and control of white-light supercontinuum filaments in condensed media: application to remote sensing
Emerging Imaging and Sensing Technologies for Security and Defence V; and Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for Micro- and Nanosystems in Security and Defence III
Emerging Imaging and Sensing Technologies for Security and Defence III; and Unmanned Sensors, Systems, and Countermeasures