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At depth 2. At depth 1. Goals and Objectives. General Objectives: To explore the benefits of novel fiber-optic technologies in the Microscopy area. To initiate the research into Bio-engineering and improve the relationship with other groups around Campus. Project Objective:
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At depth 2 At depth 1 Goals and Objectives General Objectives: • To explore the benefits of novel fiber-optic technologies in the Microscopy area. • To initiate the research into Bio-engineering and improve the relationship with other groups around Campus. Project Objective: • To implement and evaluate a compact, reliable, wavelength-tuneable pulsed laser source for Two-Photon Microscopy. Key Technologies: • Two Photons Excitation, High Power Pulsed Fiber Lasers, Stimulated Raman Scattering and Photonic Crystal Fibers. • Two photon microscopy is an advanced technology which enables unprecedented resolution in tissue analysis. The use of compact fiber-laser will make technology more practical and flexible. • Help Kansas Bio-medical industry with a revolutionary technology and an advanced instrumentation. • The formation of a multi-disciplinary group of Basic Sciences and Engineering is a key for the success in the challenging field of Bioengineering research. Experimental Setup Microscope Source Two Photons Images ProjectImpact PCF 780 nm fiber laser 3D Scanning Mechanic Translator 2D Intensity profile of Fluospheres (diameter < 1μm) at 780nm. 3D Intensity profile of Fluospheres (diameter < 1μm) at 920nm. Sample 1 OSA Detector Tunable Frequency Shift psd Experimental (linear) Fiber Laser borrowed from IMRA. psd Numerical (linear) TiSa Laser (white) and New Fiber Laser (on top). Nonlinear Fiber Optics for Bio-Imaging 033005
Poster Example Project Concept Goals and Objectives • Project Milestones and Achievements • “Bullet Point” the ideas behind the Project Example/Graphic Image ProjectImpact Photos, graphs, or other results of the work • Why is the work important?