PhD, Postdoc specializing in biomedical, statistical optics, software development, and engineering. He developed a novel interferometric near-infrared spectroscopy (iNIRS) for noninvasive brain sensing.
Project Leader and Senior Researcher in biomedical applications of photonics, is developing novel tools and methods for: enhancement of imaging contrast, dedicated screening or diagnosis of various pathologies, or general research of biological samples.
His current focus is on enhancing volumetric optical imaging by various sources of contrast (motion, polarization, mechanical). He is also working hard to advance the space of miniature, fiber-based imaging probes for various imaging techniques.
Exploration of two-photon vision, i.e., a phenomenon of perception of pulsed near-infrared lasers due to two-photon absorption in visual pigments. Focuses on developing optical systems and methods for psychophysical testing of this newly discovered way of perception of light and on integrating these methods into ophthalmic imaging systems.