While optical methods are ideal for biomedical imaging due to advantages in sensitivity, non-invasiveness and safety, wide-field optical imaging through biological tissues with high resolution and depth remains challenging because of the limited penetration of light. This project aims to develop smart optics capable of capturing 3D volumetric images in highly scattering media at extraordinary levels of detail, through innovative light shaping and advanced computational algorithms. Expected outcomes include next-generation imaging tools for commercialisation in partnership with Australian companies, and new discoveries in biology with translation potential for early disease diagnosis.
|Acronym||MQRAS 21 R2|
|Effective start/end date||25/01/22 → 31/12/22|