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2019

Paterson, G. , LAMB, R., Ballabriga, R., Maneuski, D., O'Shea, V. and McGrouther, D. (2019) Sub-100 nanosecond temporally resolved imaging with the Medipix3 direct electron detector. [Data Collection] (Unpublished)

Nord, M., Semisalova, A., Kakay, A., Hlawacek, G., MacLaren, I. , Liersch, V., Volkov, O., Makarov, D., Paterson, G. , Potzger, K., Lindner, J., Fassbender, J., McGrouther, D. and Bali, R. (2019) Strain Anisotropy and Magnetic Domains in Embedded Nanomagnets. [Data Collection]

Paterson, G. , Macauley, G., Li, Y., Macedo, R., Ferguson, C., Morley, S., Rosamond, M., Linfield, E., Marrows, C., Stamps, R. and McVitie, S. (2019) Heisenberg pseudo-exchange and emergent anisotropies in field-driven pinwheel artificial spin ice. [Data Collection]

Paterson, G. , Koyama, T., Shinozaki, M., Masaki, Y., Goncalves, F., Shimamoto, Y., Sogo, T., Nord, M., Kousaka, Y., Kato, Y., McVitie, S. and Togawa, Y. (2019) Order and Disorder in the Magnetisation of the Chiral Crystal CrNb3S6. [Data Collection]

Li, Y., Paterson, G., Macauley, G., Nascimento, F. S., Ferguson, C., Morley, S. A., Rosamond, M. C., Linfield, E. H., MacLaren, D. , Macedo, R. , Marrows, C. H., McVitie, S. and Stamps, R. (2019) Superferromagnetism and Domain-Wall Topologies in Artificial 'Pinwheel' Spin Ice. [Data Collection]

2018

Paterson, G., Karimullah, A. , Smith, S., Kadodwala, M. and MacLaren, D. (2018) Symmetry Reduction and Shape Effects in Concave Chiral Plasmonic Structures. [Data Collection]

2016

Parreira, P. , Paterson, G., McVitie, S. and MacLaren, D. (2016) Stability, bistability and instability of amorphous ZrO2 resistive memory devices. [Data Collection]

2015

Paterson, G., Karimullah, A. , Williamson, S. D. R., Kadodwala, M. and MacLaren, D. (2015) Electron energy loss spectroscopy of a chiral plasmonic structure. [Data Collection]

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