July 11, 2022
Congratulations to Shiqi and the rest of the team, who just published two papers on a new way to capture images and video of blood flow dynamics deep within tissue.
June 1, 2022
Please check out our first of 3 articles on Fourier ptychography in Microscopy Today here
Keep your eye out for articles 2 and 3 that provide additional information in the next couple of issues!
May 17, 2022
Congratulations to former Computational Optics Lab members and collaborators, including Wenhui Liu, Ruobing Qian, Shiqi Xu and others, for their hard work on our first paper on parallelized diffuse correlation spectroscopy, which led to this great award: [...]
February 22, 2022
I know that it is quite a mouthful, but Vectorial Fourier Ptychography is the name of a new imaging technique that Xiang, Shiqi and others came up with in the lab and just published a nice paper about.
January 24, 2022
Please check out more details here!
November 20, 2021
The Horstmeyer lab has begun work on a new project sponsored by Facebook Research, which should be a lot of fun - looking forward to a successful project!
October 11, 2021
Please check out our first work that details a new gigapixel microscope technology:
September 21, 2021
Please check out Xi's new paper about implementing a computational imaging technique, termed Fourier ptychography, on a new type of single-photon detector array:
August 27, 2021
Check out a nice article here about our recent efforts with creating a new optical device to assist with epilepsy surgery planning:
July 12, 2021
Interested in joining the Computational Optics Lab? We are hiring! Especially for postdoc roles. If interested, please reach out to Dr. Horstmeyer directly with any questions (email@example.com)
April 12, 2021
The Computational Optics Lab is happy to announce that it will be funded by Hartwell Foundation's Individual Biomedical Research Award - Thank you to all of the researchers and clinicians who have helped [...]
March 18, 2021
This generous award from 3M will be used to continue our development of new computational and intelligent microscopes that can allow us to "see more" at high resolution!
February 17, 2021
We have developed a new technique to detect blood flow and measure other small variations deep within tissue:
January 25, 2021
Please read more about Duke's efforts to improve pathology, including our work on a smart microscope for automated pathology, in the following articles:
October 6, 2020
Congratulations to Kanghyun, Pavi and Colin and our collaborator Ron Appel on completing a nice new paper in Optics Letters!
September 15, 2020
This new grant will fund our research efforts surrounding a portable "intelligent" microscope for rapid blood smear analysis. We'll be working closely with the Duke hospital over the next year to hopefully get some nice data in what should be an exciting project!
July 21, 2020
Shiqi was recently awarded a Theo Pilkington Fellowship for the upcoming year for his outstanding work as a PhD student - great job!!
July 12, 2020
Hot off the press - the Computational Optics Lab recently published two new papers that we're excited about:
June 6, 2020
Our recent book chapter about wavefront engineering for imaging deep within the brain is now available [...]
May 4, 2020
I'd like to congratulate Colin on receiving a fellowship from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, which will offer him some generous support for his research in our lab. Great job!
April 18, 2020
Kevin's really interesting work, on improving the quality of 3D image reconstruction using a completely untrained deep learning network, is now published. Great job Kevin!
March 24, 2020
Kanghyun Kim, a new PhD student in the lab, recently was awarded the prestigious John T. Chambers Fellowship from the Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics (FIP) at Duke University - great job with all of your hard work!
March 20, 2020
We've just finished a comrehensive review paper on Fourier ptychography:
February 17, 2020
During a very fun and interesting collaboration with Dr. Lars Loetgoring from the Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography and Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, we helped suggest some new ways to create and characterize X-ray beams that rotate as they propagate.