Lei Tian wins the Fumio Okano Best 3D Paper Prize for his invited talk entitled “Computational microscopy: illumination coding and nonlinear optimization enables gigapixel 3D phase imaging” at the SPIE Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display conference.
Collaborative project with Paiella Lab, Angle-Sensitive Metasurfaces for Lens-Free Compound-Eye Cameras, is awarded by National Science Foundation
Karena and Kelly join as Research in Science & Engineering (RISE) high school program interns. Welcome!
Project “Computational microscopy for label-free, high-throughput 3D cellular imaging” is funded through National Science Foundation, Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers Program, Center for Biophotonic Sensors & Systems
W. Tahir and L. Tian, A Learning Approach to Compressive Holography, OSA Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging conference, San Francisco CA, Jun. 2017, paper CTh2B.1.
A. Matlock, O. Avci, S. Unlu, and L. Tian, Differential Phase Contrast and Digital Refocusing in a Computational Reflection Interferometric Microscope for Nanoparticle Imaging, OSA Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging conference, San Francisco CA, Jun. 2017,, paper CTh4B.2.