Steven Thomson over at Broken Symmetry is a former student and colleague of mine, who write truly excellent blog posts on all manner of physics-related themes. I am eternally grateful that two of his recent posts have been (at least partly) on my own research.
His most recent post covers the quantum gas microscope, which is a tool that I helped to develop in my time at Strathclyde. Last year, we collaborated to investigate the potential of using this tool to investigate disordered physics, and he’s also included references to a further two of my papers on light-field control! Go read it!
Not only that, but two weeks ago he also blogged on my most recent work in using disorder to accurately measure and stabilize wavelength changes in lasers. He also made a great job of this, read it here.