We develop novel imaging and sensing tools to tackle the measurement problems in biology, medicine, and metrology. The major techniques that are under development in the laboratory include Fourier ptychographic microscopy, lensless coded ptychography, ptychographic sensor, high-throughput neural recording, color-multiplexed single-shot autofocusing, terapixel hyperspectral imaging, imaging through diffusing layer, 3D fluorescence imaging, whole slide imaging system (OpenWSI), multiplexed structured illumination, super-resolution imaging, lab-on-a-chip platforms, and other novel imaging techniques. Since 2013, our research has been funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Connecticut Innovations, UConn Research Excellence Program, and industry partners.

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