Wavefront Shaping for Biomedical Imaging. Advances in Microscopy and Microanalysis

  • ID: 4667502
  • Book
  • 500 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Learn about the theory, techniques and applications of wavefront shaping in biomedical imaging using this unique text. With authoritative contributions from researchers who are defining the field, cutting-edge theory is combined with real-world practical examples, experimental data and the latest research trends to provide the first book-level treatment of the subject. It is suitable for both background reading and use in a course, with coverage of essential topics such as adaptive optical microscopy, deep tissue microscopy, time reversal and optical phase conjugation, and tomography. The latest images from the forefront of biomedical imaging are included, and full-colour versions are available in the eBook version. Researchers, practitioners and graduate students in optics, biophotonics, biomedical engineering, and biology who use biomedical imaging tools and are looking to advance their knowledge of the subject will find this an indispensable resource.
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Part I - Adaptive Optical Microscopy for Biological Imaging:
1. Adaptive optical microscopy using image-based wavefront sensing Jacopo Antonello, Débora M. Andrade and Martin J. Booth;
2. Adaptive optical microscopy using guide-star based direct wavefront sensing Xiaodong Tao, Oscar Azucena and Joel Kubby;

Part II - Deep Tissue Microscopy:
3. Deep tissue fluorescence microscopy Meng Cui;
4. Zonal adaptive optical microscopy for deep tissue imaging Cristina Rodrıguez and Na Ji;

Part III - Focusing Light through Turbid Media using the Scattering Matrix:
5. Transmission matrix approach to light control in complex media Sylvain Gigan;
6. Coupling optical wavefront shaping and photoacoustics Emmanuel Bossy;
7. Imaging and controlling light propagation deep within scattering media using time-resolved reflection matrix Youngwoon Choi, Sungsam Kang and Wonshik Choi;

Part IV - Focusing Light through Turbid Media using Feedback Optimization:
8. Feedback-based wavefront shaping Ivo M. Vellekoop;
9. Focusing light through scattering media using a micro-electro-mechanical systems spatial light modulator Yang Lu and Hari P. Paudel;
10. Computer-generated holographic techniques to control light propagating through scattering media using a digital-mirror-device spatial light modulator Antonio M. Caravaca-Aguirre and Rafael Piestun;
11. Transmission matrix correlations Roarke Horstmeyer, Ivo M. Vellekoop and Benjamin Judkewitz;

Part V - Time Reversal, Optical Phase Conjugation:
12. Reflection matrix approaches in scattering media: from detection to imaging Amaury Badon, Alexandre Aubry and Mathias Fink;
13. Wavefront-engineered optical focusing into scattering media using ultrasound- or perturbation-based guide stars: TRUE, TRAP, SEWS, and PAWS Xiao Xu, Cheng Ma, Puxiang Lai and Lihong V. Wang;

Part VI - Shaped Beams for Light Sheet Microscopy:
14. Light-sheet microscopy with wavefront shaped beams: looking deeper into objects and increasing image contrast Alexander Rohrbach;
15. Shaped beams for light sheet imaging and optical manipulation Tom Vettenburg and Kishan Dholakia;

Part VII - Tomography:
16. Incoherent illumination tomography and adaptive optics Peng Xiao, Mathias Fink and A. Claude Boccara;
17. Computational adaptive optics for broadband optical interferometric tomography of biological tissue Nathan D. Shemonski, Yuan-Zhi Liu, Fredrick A. South and Stephen A. Boppart.
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Joel Kubby University of California, Santa Cruz.

Joel Kubby was a Professor in the Jack Baskin School of Engineering at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He also authored A Guide to Hands-on MEMS Design and Prototyping (Cambridge, 2011).
Sylvain Gigan
Sylvain Gigan is a Professor at Sorbonne Université, Paris and Group Leader in the Laboratoire Kastler-Brossel, Paris.
Meng Cui Purdue University, Indiana.

Meng Cui is Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Biology at Purdue University, Indiana.
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