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Andrew Stewart

  • Physics
  • Research Fellow
  • Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Glasgow
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Research interests

Single Photon CountingDetector PhysicsPETMedical ImagaingNulcear MedicineSilicon Photomultipliers

Co-authors (14)

  • Ashraf Athuman
  • Jim John
  • Geoffrey Duggan

Publications (5)

  • Energy Resolution of Ce:GAGG and Pr:LuAG Scintillators Coupled to 3 mm ×3 mm Silicon Photomultipliers

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  • Silicon sensors with various pixel geometries adapted for a common readout ASIC

    • Milovanovic M
    • Burdin S
    • Dervan P
    • et al.
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  • Performance evaluation of novel SiPM for medical imaging applications

    • Seitz B
    • Stewart A
    • O'Neill K
    • et al.
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    4Citations
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  • Performance of 1-mm<sup>2</sup>silicon photomultiplier

    • Stewart A
    • Saveliev V
    • Bellis S
    • et al.
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    50Citations
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  • Review of SPM low light level detectors

    • Jackson J
    • Hughes P
    • Herbert D
    • et al.
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    5Citations
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Professional experience

Research Fellow

Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Glasgow

January 2012 - Present

System Development Engineer

Circadian Solar Ltd

April 2008 - January 2012(4 years)

Design Engineer

SensL

November 2005 - March 2008(2 years)

Research Associate

Engineering Department, Cambridge University

June 2003 - September 2005(2 years)

Education history

PhD Non Equilibrium InSb Detectors for the Mid-Infrared

Heriot-Watt

October 1999 - March 2003(3 years)

MSc Laser and Photonic Devices

University of St Andrews

September 1998 - September 1999(a year)

BSc Physics

UMIST - University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology

October 1995 - June 1998(3 years)