Professor Anthony Croxford

Professor of Ultrasonics and Dynamics
The University of Bristol


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.

Related publications

  1. 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.
  2. Velichko, A., Croxford, A.J., Strategies for data acquisition using ultrasonic phased arrays, Proceedings of the Royal Society, DOI:1098/rspa.2018.0451, 2018
  3. Potter, J.N., Croxford, A.J., Characterization of Nonlinear Ultrasonic Diffuse Energy Imaging, IEEE Trans. Ultrason. Ferroelect. Freq. Contr..,65, 870-880,2018
  4. Zhong, C.H., Croxford, A.J., Wilcox, P.D., Remote Inspection System for Impact Damage in Large Composite Structures, Proceedings of the Royal Society, DOI: 1098/rspa.2014.0631.
  5. Potter, J.N., Croxford, A.J., Wilcox, P.D., Nonlinear Ultrasonic Phased Array Imaging, Physical Review Letters, 113, 144301, 2014.