Innovations in Optical Engineering: Prof. Jürgen W. Czarske’s 2024 Publications

Dive into the latest advancements in optical engineering and photonics with these compelling 2024 publications:

  • Neurophotonics: Tijue Wang and team enhance cancer diagnosis with resolution-boosted multi-core fiber imaging, learning from a digital twin.
  • Physics of Fluids: R. Maestri et al. delve into the dynamics of an equilibrium Taylor bubble within a constricted vertical tube.
  • Light: Advanced Manufacturing: Julian Lich and colleagues revolutionize 3D incoherent imaging using diffuser endoscopy in a single shot.
  • Nature Communications: J. Sun’s team pioneers AI-driven projection tomography, enabling multicore fiber-optic cell rotation.
  • Applied Sciences: R Nauber and L Büttner curate a special issue on computational ultrasound imaging, expanding its applications.
  • Optics Letters: Jiawei Sun’s group achieves calibration-free quantitative phase imaging in multi-core fiber endoscopes through deep learning.

These publications reflect a year of breakthroughs in computational imaging, AI integration, and novel diagnostic techniques, pushing the boundaries of how we understand and utilize light in medicine and communication. Stay tuned for more groundbreaking research from Prof. Czarske and his team. For detailed insights, refer to the respective journals.

Prof. Jürgen W. Czarske’s 2024 Speaking Engagements: A Glimpse into the Future of Optical Engineering

In 2024, Prof. Czarske and his team are set to illuminate the world of optical engineering with a series of talks at leading conferences. They will showcase their pioneering work in lensless fiber endoscopy, deep neural networks, and quantum technology for groundbreaking applications like cancer cell imaging and brain tumor classification. Their innovative techniques in 3D fluorescence imaging, hologram fabrication, and optogenetic stimulation are pushing the boundaries of medical imaging and diagnostics. These talks, invited by esteemed colleagues and held at prestigious events like SPIE Photonics West and Photonics Europe, promise to offer fascinating insights into the advancements in computational imaging and the use of AI in microscopy. Join the journey into the microscopic world as Prof. Czarske’s team reveals the unseen with cutting-edge optical technologies. For more information on these events, please visit the conference websites or refer to the list below.

  • SPIE BiOS, SPIE Photonics West:
    • Optical diffraction tomography of rotated cancer cells using lensless fiber endoscopy and deep neural networks, San Francisco, USA, January 28.
    • Single-cell investigation of excitation wavefront propagation in in vitro human induced cardiomyocytes, San Francisco, USA, January 27.
    • Optogenetic stimulation and fast label-free wide field video microscopy for the investigation of excitation wavefronts in in vitro cardiac tissue, San Francisco, USA, January 28.
    • Investigation on impulsive stimulated Brillouin microscopy for high-speed elastography in hydrogel, San Francisco, USA, January 27.
  • SPIE Photonics Europe:
    • Lensless fiber imaging using deep neural networks and quantum technology, Strasbourg, April 10.
    • Correction quality criterion for DOPC guide-stars, Strasbourg, April 10.
    • Learning-based optical diffraction tomography for label-free 3D cell imaging, Strasbourg, April 10.
    • Characterization and modelling of multimode fibers using holographic transmission matrix measurements, Strasbourg, April 10.
    • Virtual staining on unlabeled tissue samples, Strasbourg, April 11.
    • Reference-free phase retrieval of multimode fibers enhanced by physics-driven neural network, Strasbourg, April 8.
    • Lensless microendoscope for quantitative phase imaging with flexible working distance, Strasbourg, April 8.
  • SPIE Photonics West:
    • 3D fluorescence imaging with diffuser endoscopy and physics-informed deep learning, San Francisco, USA, January 27.
    • Lensless endoscopy via wavefront shaping for fluorescence imaging, San Francisco, USA, January 29.
    • Fabrication of holograms on optical fibers via femto-second laser techniques, San Francisco, USA, February 1.
    • In vivo brain tumor classification using fiber endoscopy, San Francisco, USA, January 27.
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie:
    • Autofluorescence based recognition of brain tumors with a convolutional neural network, Göttingen, Germany, June 9.

These events are a testament to Prof. Czarske’s significant contributions to the field of optical engineering and his ongoing commitment to sharing knowledge and fostering innovation. For those interested in the cutting-edge of optical research and applications, these talks are not to be missed. Please refer to the individual conference programs for more detailed information on each session.