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Profile: Dr Alan Cayless

Dr Alan Cayless

The Open University, Centre for Earth, Planetary, Space and Astronomical Research

Professional biography

Dr Alan Cayless is a physicist and astronomer with the Open University in Scotland. Alan is chair of the second level experimental module Remote experiments in physics and space, which features a project using PIRATE (Physics Innovations Robotic Telescope Explorer), COAST’s companion telescope at Tenerife.

Based in Stirling, Alan is a member and former chairman of the Stirling astronomical society which preserves and operates a 130-year old observatory in the centre of Stirling’s historical Old Town and is active in outreach projects involving schools and other groups in the local area.

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Dr Alan Cayless's Research & Publications

Haroun Al-Mohamedi et al. (2018) A systematic comparison and evaluation of three different Swept-Source interferometers for eye lengths biometry, In Zeitschrift für Medizinische Physik 1(29)
Simon Schröder et al. (2018-03-01) Reproducibility and normal values of static pupil diameters, In European Journal of Ophthalmology 2(28)
Susanne Goebels et al. (2017-02-14) Endothelial alterations in 712 keratoconus patients, In Acta Ophthalmologica 2(96)
Alan Cayless and Thomas Bende (2016-06) First results of automated RAPD-SWIFT method in dynamic pupillometry, In Zeitschrift für Medizinische Physik 2(26)
Susanne Goebels et al. (2015-11-01) Comparison of 3 biometry devices in cataract patients, In Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery 11(41)
Alan Cayless and Thomas Bende (2015-06-09) Dynamische Pupillometrie für RAPD – neueste Entwicklungen, In 28th International Congress of German Ophthalmic Surgeons (DOC)
Susanne Goebels et al. (2015-04) Staging of keratoconus indices regarding tomography, topography, and biomechanical measurements, In American Journal of Ophthalmology 4(159)
P.A. Hatherly, Professor Sally Jordan and Alan Cayless (2009-07) Interactive screen experiments: innovative virtual laboratories for distance learners, In European Journal of Physics 4(30)

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