Session Index

Biophotonics and Biomedical Imaging

Poster Session IV
Friday, Dec. 8, 2017  14:30-16:00
Presider: -
Room: International Research Building 5F
Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0604-P001
Zhe-Xun Zhuang The study of optical properties and preparation of MoS2 nanoparticles
Zhe-Xun Zhuang;Yun-Chung Chou;Hsiang-Chen Wang

MoS2 powder was prepared into MoS2 nanoparticle dispersion in NMP solvent by ultrasonic method, and the optical properties were measured by optical measurement. Then we observed the size and the morphology of the MoS2 nanoparticles by EDX, SEM and TEM. And their material properties by Raman measurement.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0604-P002
Yueh-Ling Hsu Development of dual optical imaging with SERS-nanocore@fluorescent BSA for cellular tracing and monitoring in targeting delivery
Yueh-Ling Hsu;Chih-Chia Huang

Integration of fluorescent Au NCs@BSA and SERS-based AuAg-4NTP are presented to approach the dual optical applications in cellular imaging. Modifying with CPBA and RGD, the internalization in cancer cells could be enhanced and thus improved the optical signals. The fluorescence-combined SERS provided complementary imaging analysis for tracking tissue and cells.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0604-P003
Liang-Chieh Huang Kinetics of Photoprotection Pathways Resolved by FPGA-Based Fluorescence Lifetime System
Pei-Xuan Lan;Liang-Chieh Huang;Yeh Lin;Yi-Chun Chen

We constructed a multi-wavelength fluorescence lifetime measurement system based on Field Programmable Gate Array. With this system, we changed the wavelength of illumination light in the fluorescence lifetime experiments, and we observed the kinetic characteristics of two different photoprotection pathways in photosynthessis systems in vivo.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0604-P004
Liang-Yu Chen The Application of Analytical Solution of Diffusion Equation to Verify Diffuse Optical Imaging System
Liang-Yu Chen;Ya-Ting Liang;Jhao-Ming Yu;Min-Cheng Pan;Min-Chun Pan

Diffuse optical imaging can reconstruct distribution of optical properties in tissue for breast cancer detection based on diffusion equation. In this study, analytical solution of diffusion equation is applied for verifying imaging system by comparing the solution and measurement data.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0604-P005
Quoc-Hung Phan Differential Mueller Matrix Formalism for Glucose Sensing with High Scattering Effects
Jian-Xiang Lin;Yu-Lung Lo;Quoc-Hung Phan

Differential Mueller matrix formalism is proposed for glucose sensing with high scattering effects. The feasibility of the proposed technique is evaluated using aqueous phantom solution with concentrations ranging from 0-400 mg/dL. The practical applicability of the proposed technique is demonstrated by measuring the depolarization index of human fingertip tissue.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0604-P006
Yu-Chian Lin Automatic Iris Multispectral Imagery with Machine Learning
Yu-Chian Lin;Chun-Hao Chu;Jian-Jia Su;Chung-Hao Tien

In this study, we developed an automatic system to retrieve the spectral image of an iris. Compared with the ground truth iridal spectra by the spectrometer measurement, proposed digital scheme can restore the spectra with error_rms about 0.012 in randomly selected six subjects.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0604-P007
Shuai-Yan Chen Dual-color interferometric light scattering microscopy implemented in optofluidic channels
Shuai-Yan Chen;Guan-Yu Zhuo

Using dual-wavelength illumination for high-speed single-particle tracking not only offers the information of diffusion behavior of nanoparticles but also the scattering spectral properties at particle surfaces. In this study, metallic nanoparticles transported through optofluidic channels under different environmental conditions are investigated and analyzed by interferometric light scattering microscopy.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0604-P008
Jau Sheng Wang Photonic nanojets simulate by Zemax for laser surgery
Jau Sheng Wang

Focusing of light has been used for microprobes which is stable and good-confined beam of photons is scanned or directed over area of a biological sample or structure. Like focusing microprobes may be useful for laser surgery, optical endoscopy and spectroscopy and photo-induced patterning of thin films.