Underwater optical communication

Underwater optical communication is an attractive technology to achieve high data rate, low latency, and covert communication between underwater vehicles or sensor nodes. Nowadays, laser sources are used in underwater for imaging, scanning, predicting water turbidity, underwater laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), remote sensing, and obstacle detection. This topic focuses on the theoretical and experimental investigation for underwater data transmission. The students taking this project will work with other researchers in the team (http://home.eps.hw.ac.uk/~xw66/).

Supervisor name: 
Dr Xu Wang
Supervisor and Deputy email addresses: 
x.wang@hw.ac.uk