5 edition of Optical sensing, imaging, and manipulation for biological and biomedical applications found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert R. Alfano, Ping-Pei Ho, Arthur E.T. Chiou, chairs/editors ; sponsored by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, National Science Council (Taiwan), [and] PIDA--Photonics Industry Development Association.|
|Series||SPIE proceedings series ;, v. 4082, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 4082.|
|Contributions||Alfano, Robert R., 1941-, Ho, Ping-Pei., Chiou, Arthur E. T., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers., Kuo chia kʻo hsüeh wei yüan hui., Photonics Industry Development Association.|
|LC Classifications||RC78.7.D53 O65 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 330 p. :|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||2001267213|
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Title(s): Optical sensing, imaging, and manipulation for biological and biomedical applications: JulyTaipei, Taiwan/ Robert R. Alfano, Ping-Pei Ho, Arthur E.T. Chiou, chairs/editors ; sponsored by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, National Science Council (Taiwan) [and] PIDA--Photonics Industry Development.
in biomedical and healthcare applications. This book, entitled ‘Optical Methods in Sensing and Imaging for Medical and Biological Applications’, focuses on various aspects of the research and development related to these areas. The and manipulation for biological and biomedical applications book will be a valuable source of information presenting the recent advances in optical methods.
Biomedical optics is a branch of optics that studies the interaction of photons and biological tissues for the purpose of sensing, imaging, and treatment.
Since light is fundamentally an electromagnetic wave with an ultra-short wavelength, optical-based sensing, imaging, and treatment technologies have advantages in resolution, contrast, sensitivity, and precision, and, therefore, have.
biomedical sensing technologies such as electrochemical, optical, electronics, mechanics, and acoustic wave sensing technologies -. This paper focuses on the optical biomedical sensing technology, which has greatly enhanced health care processes and deliveries.
Biomedical Sensing occurs in the cells, tissues and organs of the body. Metasurfaces for biomedical applications: imaging and sensing from a nanophotonics perspective The topics that we have covered include metasurfaces for chiral imaging, endoscopic optical.
optical imaging and sensing are proposed and discussed. We envision these frameworks will pave new revenues in the m-Health field.
Photon-free sensors Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor-based metasurfaces and tweezers Figure 1. Ultrasonic metasurfaces for particle manipulation based on a smartphone fingerprint sensor. In the past 5 years, the Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics has developed a suite of fiber probes for various applications in biological settings, including magnetic field sensing, chemical sensing of diverse analytes (ions, cytokines, vitamins, proteins, etc.), temperature sensing, and refractive index sensing and imaging (by single mode.
This is followed by the application of these materials in optical sensing and imaging as well as the emerging applications in image-guided therapy and in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.
The result is a consolidated overview for polymer chemists, materials scientists, biochemists, biotechnologists, and bioengineers. Application of ultrashort-pulsed lasers for optical manipulation of biological functions.- Applications of Imaging to Drug Development in the Pharmaceutical Industry.- Cadmium-free and manipulation for biological and biomedical applications book dots for biophotonic imaging and sensing.- Development of extraordinary optical transmission based techniques for biomedical applications Application of Ultrashort-Pulsed Lasers for Optical Manipulation of Biological Functions.
Optical Manipulation and Sensing in a Microfluidic Device mainstream with the advent and maturity of nanotechnology available in photonics and enabled many new exciting applications in the area of biomedical science and engineering that were.
Optical Polarization in Biomedical Applications introduces key developments in optical polarization methods for quantitative studies of tissues, while presenting the theory of polarization transfer in a random medium as a basis for the quantitative description of polarized light interaction with tissues.
This theory uses the modified transfer equation for Stokes parameters and predicts the. Covers photonic devices used for a wide variety of applications to biological systems—spectroscopy, imaging, sensing, and manipulation—all in one book; A first-principles, detailed approach provides a solid physics background to each topic; Presents latest results by authors working in several different sub-fields of bio-photonics; see more.
Two-Photon Absorption and Applications to Biological Systems. Collins. Pages Terahertz Spectroscopy of Biological Systems. Imaging, Sensing and Manipulation. Baldassare Di Bartolo, John Collins. Pages of several important optical techniques currently used for studying biological systems.
In the subsequent chapters. Francesco S. Pavone is a Full Professor at the University of Florence, Italy, and the Head of a research group at the Department of Physics and at the European Laboratory for Non-Linear Spectroscopy, working in the field of biophotonics on single molecule biophysics, microscopy imaging-spectroscopy techniques, biomedical imaging, and laser manipulation of bio-samples.
Biomedical Detection Using Novel Metal Nanoparticles. Drug Delivery and Bio-sensing With Magnetic Nanoparticles. Specific Properties of Quantum Dots. Quantum Dots as Fluorescent Biological Labels. Quantum Dots-Biomedical Applications. ; Micromanipulators in Minimally-Invasive ProceduresEndoscopic and In vivo Imaging Applications.
Microtools. The non-linear nature of multi-photon fluorescence excitation restricts the fluorescing volume to the vicinity of the focal point. As a result, the technology has the capacity for micro- spectroscopy of biological specimen at high spatial resolution. Fig. describes the level of maturity of different FOS systems.
Commercial systems exist for intracranial pressure, intraaortic balloon (IAB) pressure, and femoral artery pressure measurement, and these represent the most successful cases of biomedical pressure-sensing applications in urology, gastroscopy, and vascular stenosis measurement are in the mature.
Optical nanoprobes for biomedical applications: shining a light on upconverting and near-infrared emitting nanoparticles for imaging, thermal sensing, and photodynamic therapy E. Hemmer, * a P. Acosta-Mora, b J.
Méndez-Ramos b and S. Fischer c. Multimodal imaging technologies are increasingly being used in current clinical and preclinical imaging applications owing to the wealth of information provided by the complementary imaging modalities.
Optical imaging technologies, which have seen tremendous growth over the last three decades, present a valuable imaging resource for both. This article reviews the autonomous manipulation strategies of biological cells utilizing optical tweezers, mainly including optical direct and indirect manipulation strategies.
The typical and latest achievements in the optical manipulation of cells are presented, and the existing challenges for autonomous optical manipulation of biological cells are also introduced.
Although noninvasive, continuous monitoring of glucose concentration in blood and tissues is one of the most challenging areas in medicine, a wide range of optical techniques has recently been designed to help develop robust noninvasive methods for glucose sensing. For the first time in book form, the Handbook of Optical Sensing of Glucose in Biological Fluids and Tissues analyzes.
For deep tissue imaging, two-photon microscopy has the additional benefit in the greatly improved imaging depth penetration. Since the near- infrared laser sources used in two-photon microscopy scatter less than their UV/glue-green counterparts, in-depth imaging of highly scattering specimen can be greatly improved.
Imaging sensors are crucial for electronic imaging systems, including digital cameras, camera modules, medical imaging equipment, night vision equipment, radar and sonar, drones, and many others.
This contributed book covers a wide range of frequency, sensing modalities and applications, including x-ray beam imaging sensors, optical scattering sensors, smart visual sensors in robotic systems. Book Description: This book introduces senior-level and postgraduate students to the principles and applications of biophotonics.
It also serves as a valuable reference resource or as a short-course textbook for practicing physicians, clinicians, biomedical researchers, healthcare professionals, and biomedical engineers and technicians dealing.
Novel applications and/or solutions to technological problems involving i) the use of nanostructures, nanoparticles, metamaterials and nanostructured materials for biological applications; ii) photonic studies of nanoscale interactions in biology and medicine; and iii) the use of biological materials/templates for the development of nanostructured nanophotonic imaging and sensing.
Optical Manipulation and Its Applications 14 - 17 April 14 April Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, Tucson, Arizona United States This meeting covers the whole range of optical manipulation technologies currently being developed for studies in biophysics, single molecule, single cell and tissue level analysis, optical manipulation of chemical processes in organisms, lab-on-a-chip.
Optical Trapping Applications (OTA) 12 - 15 April 12 April Pinnacle Vancouver Harbourfront Hotel, Vancouver, Canada Optical Trapping Applications encompasses all areas of particle manipulation and measurement, from optical manipulation to acoustic trapping, emphasizing new and developing application areas.
Introduction. Biophotonics has been emerging as a forefront research field because it provides various optics-based techniques that are of great potential in addressing challenges in all aspects of biomedical engineering [1,2].Not only can light be used for high-speed, highaccuracy imaging and sensing in biosystems [3,4], it also offers the possibility of noninvasive microscale manipulation.
Optical Imaging of Tissues General concepts The phase information in frequency domain optical imaging Optical mammography and other applications Imaging of finger joints Prospects for Frequency-Domain Spectroscopy and Imaging of Tissue References.
8 Monitoring of Brain Activity with Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. Compiled by of the most widely respected names in the electro-optical sciences, the Encyclopedia is destined to serve as the premiere guide in the field with nearly figures, photographs, tables, and equations.
From astronomy to x-ray optics, this reference contains more than vivid entries examining the most intriguing technological advances and perspectives from. Imaging in biophotonics often relies on laser light, and integration with biological systems is seen as a promising route to enhancing sensing and imaging techniques.
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