AM Lab, a sub-group of Gao Lab @NJUST
Research on optical coherence microscopy to break through the limitations of pathological diagnosis, developing the modern augmented microscopy for real-time, non-invasive, label-free digital diagnosis during surgery.
My long-term academic goal is to establish an Augmented Microscopy Laboratory (AM Lab) to explore the potential of morphological and biomechanical characteristics to diagnose the feasibility of regaining vision in ophthalmology. In the upcoming five years, I will continuously focus on computational optical coherence microscopy to break through the limitations of pathological diagnosis, developing the modern augmented microscope for real-time, non-invasive, label-free digital diagnosis. My recent research projects cover the establishment of full-field optical coherence tomography with sub-pixel structured illumination to offer high-resolution and contrast-augmented imaging modalities.
The roadmap is inspired by Yasuno San @COG (Computational Optics Group).
- Computational Optics Group @University of Tsukuba 2022
- Izatt JoFest @PhotonicsWest 2017 with The Stanford Biomedical Optics Group supervised by Prof. Audrey K Bowden
- Gao Group @NJUST Since 2012