Monthly update - June 2019
I'll try to post monthly updates from here on out. Here's what the Computational Optics Lab has been up to this June:
- We gave two talks at the OSA Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging conference (e.g., see one paper here)
- A book chapter of mine was published, titled "Transmission Matrix Correlations," in the book Wavefront Shaping for Biomedical Imaging. Here is a link to the book and article.
- The COL has received two of its first grants this month
- We have a number of interesting experiments underway now - we're using machine learning to optimize how our microscopes work, we're recording gigapixel videos of moving organisms, and we can now detect millimeter-scale phenomena that are buried centimeters in scattering tissue.