Anthony holds an EPSRC Fellowship (EP/M022528) and is leading internationally on nonlinear inspection with acoustic sensor arrays. His recently spun-out Inductosense has attracted investment in excess of £2m and manufacture sensors, instrumentation and software for ultrasonic condition monitoring. The core technology behind this has developed low power inspection technology and a core understanding of the issues behind permanent monitoring. In addition this has explored how sensors may be permanently installed in structures and what the implications of this are.
- Bevan, R.L.T., Zhang, J., Budyn, N.,Croxford, A.J., Wilcox, P.D., Experimental Quantification of Noise in Linear Ultrasonic Imaging, IEEE Trans. Ultrason. Ferroelect. Freq. Contr.., 66, 79-90, 2019.
- Velichko, A., Croxford, A.J., Strategies for data acquisition using ultrasonic phased arrays, Proceedings of the Royal Society, DOI:1098/rspa.2018.0451, 2018
- Potter, J.N., Croxford, A.J. (40%), Characterization of Nonlinear Ultrasonic Diffuse Energy Imaging, IEEE Trans. Ultrason. Ferroelect. Freq. Contr..,65, 870-880,2018
- Zhong, C.H., Croxford, A.J. (40%), Wilcox, P.D., Remote Inspection System for Impact Damage in Large Composite Structures, Proceedings of the Royal Society, DOI: 1098/rspa.2014.0631.
- Potter, J.N., Croxford, A.J. (50%), Wilcox, P.D., Nonlinear Ultrasonic Phased Array Imaging, Physical Review Letters, 113, 144301, 2014.