Biomedical optics technologies
We demonstrated that the in-house developed profilometry module enabled precise volumetric measurement and surface curvature correction of spectral images. We formed international collaborations dedicated to studying works of art (grant: ARRS BI-IT/18-19-003 grant), developed a real-time fluorescence lifetime acquisition system (RfLAS H2020 777222 grant), imaged skin cancer (COST BM-1205 grant), and developed advanced electromagnetic hyperthermic medical technologies (COST CA-17115 grant). We established a fruitful collaboration with industrial partner Fotona to develop medical laser sources and procedures, resulting in advanced therapies and therapy monitoring. We also developed a non-invasive, cost-effective multispectral imaging technique for early rheumatoid arthritis detection (ARRS J2-8171 grant).