Session Index


Biophotonics I
Friday, Dec. 4, 2015  14:10-15:40
Chair: Fu-Jen Kao,Ming-Che Chan
Room: Delta 108(1F)
Notes: Student oral paper award competition
14:10 - 14:40 Paper No.  2015-FRI-S0601-O001
Fu-Jen Kao TBA

14:40 - 14:55 Paper No.  2015-FRI-S0601-O002
Lin-Li Liu Award Candidate In situ surficial patterning for guidance of geometrical neurite outgrowth on glass substrate

Neuronal model cells (PC12) were cultured on micropatterned domains formed by femtosecond laser. The neurite outgrowth was observed to be geometrically limited inside the certain domain. We succeeded to dynamically control the neurite growth by applying surficial modification of substrate during cell culturing by employing the same femtosecond laser.

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14:55 - 15:10 Paper No.  2015-FRI-S0601-O003
Kuo-Jen Hsu Award Candidate All-in-focus microscopy for brain functional imaging

We build an all-in-focus microscope imaging system for Drosophila brain functional study. Combining with existing anatomical connectome, we can further establish functional connectome. Moreover, the compatibility with commercial microscope immediately provides neuroscientists a powerful tool for brain functional studies.

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15:10 - 15:25 Paper No.  2015-FRI-S0601-O004
Chao-Che Lee Award Candidate Detection of Migraine by Using Near-infrared Spectroscopy

Migraine is a common neurological disorder. In this study, we use near-infrared spectroscopy system to evaluate the vasomotor reactivity of ictal and interictal migraine patients. The correlation between the changes of hemoglobin concentration in prefrontal cortex and neurological disorder characterized by headaches is demonstrated in this study.

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15:25 - 15:40 Paper No.  2015-FRI-S0601-O005
Shun-Jen Hsiao Award Candidate Improved Laser Scanning Optical Resolution Photoacoustic Microscopy Using a Focused Ultrasound Transducer

Compared with that using an unfocused transducer, here we propose a novel focused-ultrasound-transducer based laser-scanning optical-resolution photoacoustic microscopy to improve signal-to-noise ratio and mitigate spatial-impulse-response effect, thereby enhancing the image contrast and axial resolution, respectively, while retaining the fast scanning capability and minimizing the loss in the field of view.

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