Michael Brown

Michael Brown

Position: Research Fellow (EPSRC Doctoral Prize)
Email: michael.brown.13@ucl.ac.uk
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Room: Malet Place Engineering Building, 3.18
Address: Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
University College London
Malet Place Engineering Building
Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT

Research Activities

My research is principally focused on the development and investigation of new, low cost methods for arbitrarily shaping acoustic wave-fronts in 3-D. Utilising, for example, the photoacoustic effect or acoustic lenses in conjunction with single element transducers. This enables the generation of complex spatial-temporal distributions of acoustic pressure in 3-D which have applications across a diverse range of areas in biomedical acoustics. For example, in ultrasound neurostimulation the ability to precisely shape the field allows for skull induced wave-front aberrations to be corrected and for multiple neurological sites to be simultaneously targeted.

Academic Background

2012 - MSci Physics, University of Bristol

2014 - MSc Medical and Biomedical Imaging, University College London

2018 - PhD, ``Optical and single element transducers for the generation of arbitrary acoustic fields``, University College London

2018-Present - Research Fellow, University College London

Awards

Prizes

2018 – Bob Chivers Prize, Institute of Physics Physical Acoustics Group

2017 – Best Paper Prize, Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering UCL

2017 – Student Paper Competition Finalised, International Ultrasonics Symposium

2017 – Student Travel Award, International Ultrasonics Symposium

2016 – Student Travel Award, International Ultrasonics Symposium

Funding

2018 – EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowship, University College London

2013 – EPSRC PhD Studentship, University College London

 

Journal Publications

1.

M. D. Brown; B. T. Cox; B. E. Treeby

Stackable acoustic holograms Journal Article

In: Appl. Phys. Lett., 116 , pp. 261901, 2020.

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2.

M. D. Brown

Phase and amplitude modulation with acoustic holograms Journal Article

In: Appl. Phys. Lett., 115 , pp. 053701, 2019.

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3.

M. D. Brown; E. Z. Zhang; B. E. Treeby; P. C. Beard; B. T. Cox

Reverberant cavity photoacoustic imaging Journal Article

In: Optica, 6 (6), pp. 821-822, 2019.

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4.

M. D. Brown; B. T. Cox; B. E. Treeby

Design of multi-frequency acoustic kinoforms Journal Article

In: Appl. Phys. Lett., 111 (24), pp. 244101, 2017.

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M. D. Brown; D. I. Nikitichev; B. E. Treeby; B. T. Cox

Generating arbitrary ultrasound fields with tailored optoacoustic surface profiles Journal Article

In: Appl. Phys. Lett., 110 (9), pp. 094102, 2017.

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M. D. Brown; J. Jaros; B. T. Cox; B. E. Treeby

Control of broadband optically generated ultrasound pulses using binary amplitude holograms Journal Article

In: J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 139 (4), pp. 1637–1467, 2016.

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Conference Publications

1.

M. D. Brown; B. T. Cox; B. E. Treeby

Investigating the effect of thickness and frequency spacing on multi-frequency acoustic kinoforms Conference

IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, 2017.

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2.

M. D. Brown; E. Martin; B. T. Cox; B. E. Treeby

Single pulse illumination of multi-layer photoacoustic holograms for patterned ultrasound field generation Conference

IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, 2016.

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M. D. Brown; T. J. Allen; B. T. Cox; B. E. Treeby

Control of optically generated ultrasound fields using binary amplitude holograms Conference

IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, 2014.

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