[Yuichi Kozawa] Fast three-dimensional imaging by utilizing non-diffracting and self-bending properties of light

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Yuichi Kozawa

Yuichi Kozawa

Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University
Associate Professor

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The main goal of this project is to achieve fast three-dimensional imaging that can visualize the three-dimensional structure of a specimen simply by one two-dimensional scanning of an excitation light spot. For this purpose, I will conduct a study to take advantage of the nature of novel structured beams, such as non-diffracting and self-bending characteristics. This methodology will produce innovation in interior observation and deep imaging with noninvasive and fast acquisition for biological and soft materials.

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