Virtual Talk: Imaging from the Inside Out - Inverse Scattering in Fluorescence Microscopy

Anna Gilbert
Yale University

We propose a method to reconstruct the optical properties of a scattering medium with subwavelength resolution. The method is based on the solution to the inverse scattering problem with photoactivated internal sources used in fluorescence microscopy. Numerical simulations of threedimensional structures demonstrate that a resolution of approximately ?/25 is achievable. Relation to the source localization problem in fluorescence microscopy will be discussed.

Joint work with Jeremy Hoskins, Howard Levinson, and John Schotland

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