Session Index

Biophotonics and Biomedical Imaging

Biophotonics and Biomedical Imaging IV
Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020  10:30-12:30
Presider: Prof. Szu-Yu Chen
Prof. Chien-Ming Chen
Room: 6AB Room 727
10:30 - 11:00 Manuscript ID.  0825
Paper No.  2020-SAT-S0604-I001
Invited Speaker:
Yoshiaki Yasuno

Multi-Functional Optical Coherence Microscopy: Microscope with Interferometry and Computation
Yoshiaki Yasuno

An overview of recent progress of the author’s multi-contrast optical coherence microscopy (OCM) is presented. This OCM is based on holographic signal processing, time signal analysis, and Jones matrix imaging. The technical details of each technology and applications for in vitro tissue imaging are shown.

11:00 - 11:30 Manuscript ID.  0815
Paper No.  2020-SAT-S0604-I002
Invited Speaker:
Keisuke Goda

Intelligent Image-Activated Cell Sorter 2.0
Keisuke Goda

I introduce the Intelligent Image-Activated Cell Sorter 2.0, a technology that performs deep-learning-assisted image-based sorting of single live cells from large heterogeneous cell populations on a microfluidic chip with a high throughput of >2000 cells/s, enabling a new class of biomedical applications.

11:30 - 11:45 Manuscript ID.  0752
Paper No.  2020-SAT-S0604-O001
Fang-Yuan Huang
Analyze the results of image classifier trained on images before and after conversion via deep learning
Fang-Yuan Huang;Sheng-Lung Huang;Snow H. Tseng

A pre-train image conversion scheme is adapted into an image classifier network of skin cancers. The network is separately trained on both OCT images before and after conversion into H&E-liked images. We compared the training results to anaylize factors which influenced the accuracy and discovered some insight of deep learning.

11:45 - 12:00 Manuscript ID.  0088
Paper No.  2020-SAT-S0604-O002
Pei-Lin Chou
Analyzing the feasibility to suppress scattering effect in turbid media via partial optical phase conjugation
Pei-Lin Chou;Snow H. Tseng

Utilizing pseudospectral time-domain (PSTD) simulation technique, we model the phenomenon of optical phase conjugation (OPC). Specifically, we investigate the feasibility to focus light with imprecise OPC information. Research findings may provide essential information to determine the contribution of certain factors in focusing light in turbid media.