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Mr Nathan Bush

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  • Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
  • School of Physical Sciences
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Publications

Importance of charge capture in interphase regions during readout of charge-coupled devices (2018-03-28)
Skottfelt, Jesper; Hall, David J.; Dryer, Ben; Bush, Nathan; Gow, Jason P. D. and Holland, Andrew D.
Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems, 4, Article 18005(1)
Development of in-situ trap characterisation techniques for EMCCDs (2018-02-19)
Bush, N.; Hall, D.; Holland, A.; Burgon, R.; Jordan, D.; Morrisey, P.; Demers, R.; Harding, L. K.; Nemati, B.; Effinger, R. and Bottom, M.
Journal of Instrumentation, 13, Article C02025(2)
Trap pumping schemes for the Euclid CCD273 detector: characterisation of electrodes and defects (2017-12-15)
Skottfelt, J.; Hall, D.J.; Dryer, B.; Bush, N.; Campa, J.; Gow, J.P.D.; Holland, A.D.; Jordan, D. and Burt, D.
Journal of Instrumentation, 12, Article C12033
Improving radiation hardness in space-based Charge-Coupled Devices through the narrowing of the charge transfer channel (2017-12-12)
Hall, D. J.; Skottfelt, J.; Soman, M. R.; Bush, N. and Holland, A.
Journal of Instrumentation, 12, Article C12021
Technology advancement of the CCD201-20 EMCCD for the WFIRST coronagraph instrument: sensor characterization and radiation damage (2015-12-14)
Harding, Leon K.; Demers, Richard T.; Hoenk, Michael; Peddada, Pavani; Nemati, Bijan; Cherng, Michael; Michaels, Darren; Neat, Leo S.; Loc, Anthony; Bush, Nathan; Hall, David; Murray, Neil; Gow, Jason; Burgon, Ross; Holland, Andrew; Reinheimer, Alice; Jorden, Paul R. and Jordan, Douglas
Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems, 2(1) (p 11007)
Simulations of charge transfer in Electron Multiplying Charge Coupled Devices (2014)
Bush, N.; Stefanov, K.; Hall, D.; Jordan, D. and Holland, A.
Journal of Instrumentation, 9, Article C12042(12)
Mapping radiation-induced defects in CCDs through space and time (2016-08-01)
Hall, David; Wood, Daniel; Bush, Nathan; Murray, Neil; Gow, Jason; Skottfelt, Jesper and Holland, Andrew
In : High Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy VII (26 Jun 2016, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Cryogenic irradiation of an EMCCD for the WFIRST coronagraph: preliminary performance analysis (2016)
Bush, Nathan; Hall, David; Holland, Andrew; Burgon, Ross; Murray, Neil; Gow, Jason; Jordan, Douglas; Demers, Richard; Harding, Leon K.; Nemati, Bijan; Hoenk, Michael; Michaels, Darren and Peddada, Pavani
In : High Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy VII (26 Jun - 1 Jul 2016, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Electron multiplication CCD detector technology advancement for the WFIRST-AFTA coronagraph (2015-10-30)
Harding, Leon K.; Demers, Richard T.; Hoenk, Michael; Peddada, Pavani; Nemati, Bijan; Cherng, Michael; Michaels, Darren; Loc, Anthony; Bush, Nathan; Hall, David; Murray, Neil; Gow, Jason; Burgon, Ross; Holland, Andrew; Reinheimer, Alice; Jorden, Paul R. and Jordan, Douglas
In : SPIE Optics and Photonics 2015 (9-13 Aug 2015, San Diego, California, USA)
Challenges in photon-starved space astronomy in a harsh radiation environment using CCDs (2015-09-22)
Hall, David J.; Bush, Nathan; Murray, Neil; Gow, Jason; Clarke, Andrew; Burgon, Ross and Holland, Andrew
In : UV/Optical/IR Space Telescopes and Instruments: Innovative Technologies and Concepts VII (9 Aug 2015, San Diego, CA)
The impact of radiation damage on photon counting with an EMCCD for the WFIRST-AFTA coronagraph (2015-09-11)
Bush, Nathan; Hall, David; Holland, Andrew; Burgon, Ross; Murray, Neil; Gow, Jason; Soman, Matthew; Jordan, Doug; Demers, Richard; Harding, Leon K.; Hoenk, Michael; Michaels, Darren; Nemati, Bijan and Peddada, Pavani
In : SPIE Optics and Photonics 2015 (16-20 Aug 2015, San Diego, CA)

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