Session Index

Biophotonics and Biomedical Imaging

Poster Session II
Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017  15:30-17:00
Presider: -
Room: International Research Building 5F
Notes:
Paper No.  2017-THU-P0602-P001
Yun-Ting Huang Fabrication of Gelatin Tissue Phantoms Containing Bilirubin to Simulate Jaundice Skin
Yun-Ting Huang;Sheng-Hao Tseng;Yi-Ling Lin

The condition of Jaundice can be non-invasively quantified with a Diffuse Reflectance Spectroscopy (DRS) system. To characterize the system performance, it is essential to fabricate gelatin phantoms containing various bilirubin concentrations. We will reveal phantoms’ fabrication processes and the effect of the detection probe’s contact force on the measurement results.

 
 
Paper No.  2017-THU-P0602-P002
Wei-Li Chien Quantified age-related difference in hemodynamic response during WCST by NIRS
Wei-Li Chien;Che-Wei Chen;Chia-Wei Sun

The present study elucidates the quantified results reflect the time-varying trends of hemodynamic response during the neuropsychological test, the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST). We utilized the real-time near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) and WCST performance to understand the age effects on cerebral hemodynamics.

 
 
Paper No.  2017-THU-P0602-P003
HUSAN-HAO HUANG High resolution optical measurement system used in optical glucose measurement
HUSAN-HAO HUANG;Chin-Jung Chuang

Diabetes is an important disease and typically requires the person with the disease to monitor their blood sugar level via finger or forearm sticks multiple times daily.The system used the match template to solve the non-invasive optical measurement limit on Resolution.

 
 
Paper No.  2017-THU-P0602-P004
Min-Chun Pan Design and Implementation of PMT Calibration Module for Optical Imaging System
Pei-Jyun Shih;Jhao-Ming Yu;Min-Chun Pan;Min-Cheng Pan;Liang-Yu Chen;Yan-Yang Shu

Based on the photoelectric correction module designed in this study, the signal acquisition platform and calibration program of the photo-detector are establish, which can obtain the characteristic curve of the PMT accurately-and-quickly. The method is applied to the DOT system to improve the accuracy of the system measurement results.

 
 
Paper No.  2017-THU-P0602-P005
Hung-Chun Wang Non-Axial Line-Scanning Multifocal Confocal Microscopy
Hung-Chun Wang;Chou-Min Chia;Yu-Hsin Chia;Yuan Luo

Confocal microscopy has been widely used to acquire optional sectioning fluorescent image. However, conventional confocal microscopy requires time-consuming scanning in depth. In this article, we experimentally demonstrate a non-axial depth scanning method for multi-plane imaging with no depth scanning by incorporating multiplexed volume holographic gratings (MVHGs) with slit aperture.

 
 
Paper No.  2017-THU-P0602-P006
Po-Shyang Yang Establishment of Non-invasive Blood Pressure System by Using PPG
Po-Shyang Yang

Photoplethysmography can get variation of blood volume on fingertip and lots of physiological information. Based on PPG photoelectric technology and arterial hemodynamics, we present a new physiological parameter, ΔRI(Delta Reflection Index). In this paper, we compare the new method with PWV method, then get better effect.

 
 
Paper No.  2017-THU-P0602-P007
Yin-Quan Chen Cancer Cells Invasion in Cancer Spheroid Model Studied via Time-Lapse Microscopy
Yin-Quan Chen;Jean-Cheng Kuo;Ming-Tzo Wei;Yen-Chih Chen;Muh-Hwa Yang;Arthur Chiou

We investigated the correlation between the invasion capability of OECM-1 spheroids and the surrounding collagen deformation via traction force microscopy and time-lapse microscopy. We observed that highly-invasive OECM-1 spheroids generated a high magnitude of collagen deformation at the very early stage.

 
 
Paper No.  2017-THU-P0602-P008
Ting-Pei Chang System Calibration and Imaging Model Construction of Single Photon Emission Computed Tomographic System
Bo-Yung Huang;Ting-Pei Chang;Yi-Chun Chen

A system calibration method is developed for single photon emission computed tomographic systems. The procedure includes the geometric calibration, grid-scan experiment and imaging model construction. The system matrix required in the tomographic reconstruction is then generated accordingly. The results of phantom imaging validates the proposed calibration procedure.