Biomedical imaging and laser technology

Prof. Robert Huber developed a new laser concept, the FDML laser. By storing the light field in a extra long cavity, very rapid wavelength swept sources were possible. This technique is very advantageous in optical coherence tomography (OCT) as it makes very fast imaging feasible. Our group focuses on the development of fast FDML lasers and their implementation in ultra fast OCT, as well as the development of new applications, like non-linear Raman imaging.

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News

Jan Philip Kolb wins best poster award at Photonics West 2019

At Photonics West, our employee Jan Philip Kolb received the award for the best poster at the Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences conference along with four other competitors from Massachusetts General Hospital, the University of Virginia and Boston...

Friday 21, September 2018

Paper of AG-Huber amongst Top BOEx Downloads in August 2018

The Optical Society of America (OSA) published a list of top downloads from August 2018. Amongst others there is a paper of AG-Huber named

Monday 26, February 2018

Jan Philip Kolb receives SPIE Hillenkamp Fellowship

Jan Philip Kolb from Robert Huber's research group receives the Franz Hillenkamp Fellowship from SPIE. Together with Haley Marks from the Wellman Center for Photomedicine, he is the first to be awarded a scholarship in honor of the pioneer of the application of lasers in...

Wednesday 24, January 2018

Research of BMO in Top Downloaded Articles on OCT from Biomedical Optics Express

The Optical Society of America (OSA) published a list of the

Friday 19, January 2018

Paper of AG-Huber amongst Top BOEx Downloads in December 2017

The Optical Society of America (OSA) published a list of