About Super-depth Imaging Lab
Our lab has been a part of the Center for Molecular Spectroscopy and Dynamics, Institute for Basic Science in Korea since July 1, 2016. It also belongs to the Department of Physics, Korea University. The labs are located at the R&D center and Asan Science building, both in Korea University Seoul campus.
The laboratory aims to develop optical methodologies for imaging, sensing, and light manipulation of targets located deep within scattering media with their working depth beyond the level of conventional approaches. In particular, we are determined to solve inverse scattering problems at the microscopic level of scattering events and understand the physics of wave propagation inside scattering media. At the same time, we are expanding our studies to apply the developed methods for important biological and biomedical problems.
Recently accepted and published papers
- Optical transfer function of time-gated coherent imaging in the presence of a scattering medium, Pilsung Kang, Sungsam Kang, Yonghyeon Jo, Hakseok Ko, Guanghoon Kim, Ye-Ryoung Lee, and Wonshik Choi, Optics Express 29, 3395 (2021)
- Laser scanning reﬂection-matrix microscopy for aberration-free imaging through intact mouse skull, Seokchan Yoon, Hojun Lee, Jin Hee Hong, Yong-Sik Lim and Wonshik Choi, Nature Communications 11, 5721 (2020)
- Near-field transmission matrix microscopy for mapping high-order eigenmodes of subwavelength nanostructures, Eunsung Seo, Young-Ho Jin, Wonjun Choi, Yonghyeon Jo, Suyeon Lee, Kyung-Deok Song, Joonmo Ahn, Q-Han Park, Myung-Ki Kim, and Wonshik Choi, Nature Communications 11, 2575 (2020)
- Deep tissue space-gated microscopy via acousto-optic interaction, Mooseok Jang, Hakseok Ko, Jin Hee Hong, Won Kyu Lee, Jae-Seung Lee, and Wonshik Choi, Nature Communications 11, 710 (2020)
- Deep optical imaging within complex scattering media, Seokchan Yoon, Moonseok Kim, Mooseok Jang, Youngwoon Choi, Wonjun Choi, Sungsam Kang, and Wonshik Choi, Nature Reviews Physics 2, 141 (2020)