Adrian Roth

Adrian Roth

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I started my Ph.D. education in May 2018. My main research topic involves using structured illuminated imaging of sprays together with advanced image analysis. I have developed a method to allow to extract encoded image information such as 3D liquid surfaces. Such 3D reconstruction of liquid structures will allow to better understand the dynamic of liquid breakups and how sprays are formed.

I have in addition been involved in estimating the number count, size and speed of droplets exhaled when coughing speaking and yelling. This is in essence a spray that we can image using lasers and high-speed cameras. This research is connected to the COVID-19 pandemic where the drops we image have been concluded to be the main virus transmission vector. These results can in future similar situations among other give important information of how to implement social distancing.

The project I am involved in is funded by the Swedish Research Council under number 2016-03894 and entitled: "Analysis of primary and secondary spray breakups using Laser Sheet Fluorescence Microscopic imaging”.

I received my M.Sc degree in Engineering Physics 2018 at Lund University with a specialization on Image and Computer Graphics. The title of my master project was "Image analysis to estimate the fractal dimension of soot aggregates".

Link to master project,


Outreach is something that I think is an important part of research. To that end I have been given presentations at schools and libraries in Sweden about my own research. I have in addition been creating popular science movies that are explaining the research at Combustion Physics to a broader audience.

UKÄ subject classification

  • Atom and Molecular Physics and Optics
  • Probability Theory and Statistics
  • Computer Vision and Robotics (Autonomous Systems)
  • Software Engineering


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