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  • Adams, J.; Langhorne, P.; Howick, E.F.*; Haines, E.M. 2002. Women in Physical Science in New Zealand. AIP conference proceedings. Vol.628 p.199-200.
  • Brown, N.; Eom, T.B.; Howick, E.F.*; Kruger, O.; Lan, Y.; Ling-Tan, S.L.; Matsumoto, H.; Pusaka, J.; Singhal, R.P.; Xu, Y. 1996. Asia/Pacific Metrology Programme gauge block comparison : 1993/94. Metrologia. Vol.33: p.61-66.
  • Brown, N.; Howick, E.F.*. 1993. Intercomparison of iodine cells used to realize the metre in Australia and New Zealand.
  • Brown, N.; Jaatien, E.; Suh, H.; Howick, E.F.*; Xu, G.; Veldman, I.; Chartier, A.; Chartier, J.M. 2000. International comparisons of He-Ne lasers stabilized with <sup>127</sup>1<sub>2</sub> at [lambda] ~633 nm (July 1993 to September 1995. Part V, Comparison of Asian -Pacific and South African lasers at [lambda] ~633nm. Metrologia. Vol.37 no.2, p.107-113.
  • Brown,N.; Balita, R.; Chan, T.K.; Eom, T.B.; Howick, E.F.*. 2006. APMP.L-K2: Calibration of long gauge blocks : final Report. Metrologia. Vol.43, Technical supplement, p.04005.
  • Cooper, S.J.; Howick, E.F.*; McLeod, D.R.*; Wright, D.N.; King, T.; Stedman, G.E. 2001. A Method to lower the detection limit for optical beat signals from a frequency dithered stabilised laser. Measurement science & technology. Vol.12, 1726-1733.
  • Cooper, S.J.; Wright, D.N.; Howick, E.F.*. 1998. Frequency -space compression of the optical beat signal from an iodine stabilised helium-neon laser using a dither-tuned receiver. Australian Conference on Optics Lasers and Spectroscopy.
  • Forde, L.C.*; Howick, E.F.*. 2001. Development of a calibration system for electronic distance measuring instruments. Proceedings of SPIE: Volume 4401, Recent Developments in Traceable Dimensional Measurements. Decker, J.E. (editor); Brown, N. (editor). 4401, p.99-106.
  • Forde, L.C.*; Howick, E.F.*. 2003. An extension of traceable calibration for electronic distance measuring instruments beyond the length of the laboratory. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. Vol.5190 , p.289-299.
  • Fujima, I.; Hirai, A.; Matsumoto, H.; Brown, N.; Howick, E.F.*. 2006. APMP.L-K1: Calibration of gauge blocks by interferometry : final Report. Metrologia. Vol.43, Technical supplement, p.04004.
  • Howick, E.F.*. 2003. An investigation into applying self-calibration techniques to measuring large optical components on a CMM. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. Vol.5190 , p.232-241.
  • Howick, E.F.*. 2007. Measurement matters: Putting the heat on length. Electrical and automation technology. Dec/Jan 2007, p, 35.
  • Howick, E.F.*. 2005. Measurement matters: Circular arguments. Automation and control. Oct/Nov 2005, p.16.
  • Howick, E.F.*. 1994. International comparisons of laser length standards through iodine cells. 9 p.. IRL. Lower Hutt.
  • Howick, E.F.*. 1994. NZ stabilized laser length standards; Status procedures. 35 p.. IRL. Lower Hutt.
  • Howick, E.F.*; Brown, N.; Chartier, J.M. 1996. International comparison of iodine cells for laser length standards. Metrologia. Vol.33, pp.173-175.
  • Howick, E.F.*; Cochrane, D.M.J.*; Meier, D. 2007. Using a co-ordinate measuring machine to align multiple element large optical systems. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. Vol.6676, Article number 66760L.
  • Howick, E.F.*; Lawson, F.E.*. Design options for a facility for the calibration of long distance measuring instruments.
  • Howick, E.F.*; Sutton, C.M.*. 1998. Improvements to a 1960's Hilger gauge block interferometer. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. Vol.3477.
  • Howick, E.F.*; Sutton, C.M.*. 2001. Development of an automated line scale measuring instrument. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. Vol.4401, 112-119.