Breaking the bounds of imaging in label-free nanoscopy, micro-endoscopy and ophthalmology
报 告 人：
Prof.Zeev Zalevsky, Faculty of Engineering and the Nanotechnology Center, Bar-Ilan University
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Imaging systems as well as human vision system have limited capability for separation of spatial features and this information can also be extracted only from depth limited range. The reasons to the resolution and depth of focus limitations are related to the effect of diffraction i.e. the finite dimensions of the imaging optics as well as the geometry of the sensor.
In this talk I will present novel photonic approaches and means to exceed the above-mentioned resolution and depth of focus limitations and show how those concepts can be adapted to micro endoscopy as well as to microscopy related configurations as well as embedded into ophthalmic device while aiming to correct visual deficiencies.
Zeev Zalevsky received his B.Sc. and direct Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Tel-Aviv University in 1993 and 1996 respectively. Zeev is currently a full Professor and the Dean of the faculty of engineering in Bar-Ilan University, Israel. His major fields of research are optical super resolution, biomedical optics, nano-photonics and fiber-based processing and sensing architectures. Zeev has published about 510 peer review papers, about 330 proceeding papers, 9 books (6 authored and 3 as an editor), 30 book chapters and about 100 patents. Zeev gave about 600 conference presentations with more than 200 invited/keynote or plenary talks.
Zeev is a fellow of many large scientific societies such as SPIE, OSA, IEEE, EOS, IOP, IET, IS&T and more. He is also a fellow of the American National Academy of Inventors (NAI). For his work he received many national and international prizes such as the Krill prize, ICO prize, SAOT prize, Juludan prize, Taubelnblatt prize, young investigator prize in nanotechnology, the International Wearable Technologies (WT) Innovation World Cup 2012 Prize, Image Engineering Innovation Award, NANOSMAT prize, SPIE startup challenge prize, SPIE prism award, International Photonic Award, Dr. Horace Furumoto Innovations Professional award, The Asian Advanced Materials Award, Edison Award and more.