MSB Online Seminar: Light field microscopy: from single shot to 3D

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Topic: Light field microscopy: from single shot to 3D

Time: Tuesday, 7 July, 1 pm

Speaker: Anca Stefanoiu, Research group „Computational Imaging and Inverse Problems” (PD Dr. Tobias Lasser)

Abstract:
A conventional widefield microscope can be turned into a light field microscope by strategically inserting a micro-lens array into the optical path, such that both the spatial and angular light field information is captured in a single shot. Fluorescence light field microscopy (LFM) has proven very attractive around applications involving recording highly dynamic biological processes due to its ability to capture the 3D scene at camera frame rate, without scanning. Demonstrated biological applications include neuro-imaging of fluorescent vertebrate organisms and live cell imaging. In this talk, we discuss the current methods and challenges in capturing and subsequently reconstructing the 3D microscopic scene in the LFM context.

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This semester, the MSB Seminar will take place online (Zoom). Please register via email (paul.piwnicki(at)tum.de / julia.knuerr(at)tum.de) and we are happy to provide the access data.

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