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Biophotonics Summer School 2012

1- BSS12 Welcome

2- Intro to: Fourier optics, Light scattering, Holography, QPI (Parts 1 and 2)

3- Intro to: Fourier Optics, Light Scattering, Holography, QPI (Part 3)

4- Nonlinear Optics and Microscopy

5- Basic Principles of Fluorescence

6- Early History of Lifetime Measurements and Lifetime Imaging

7- Some Examples of FLIM Analysis

8- How Physics and Modern Computers Have Revolutionized Imaging

9- A Tour of the Cell

10- Intro to Cellular Bioengineering

11- Breast Cancer Biomarkers: From Serendipity to Rational Discovery

12- Optical Coherence Tomography

13- Spectroscopic Imaging

14- A Tutorial on Optical Characterization Methods; VI1, VI2, VI3, VI4

15- Intro to Nanophotonics

16- Plasmonics and Metamaterials

17- Photonic Bionsensors

18- Optical and Computational Approaches to Multidimensional Live Cell Imaging

19- Computational Adaptive Optics for Broadband Interferometric Tomography

20- Quantitative phase imaging: methods

21- Quantitative Phase Imaging: Live Cell Applications

22- Scattering, Absorbing, and Modulating Molecular Probes for Targeted Imaging and Therapy

23- Plasmon-resonant Nanoparticles for Biological Imaging

24- Selective Agents for Sensing and Imaging Based on Functional DNA Technology

25- Chemical imaging for cancer pathology

26- Fast Relaxation Imaging: protein dynamics inside cells

27- Colorimetric Nanoplasmonic Molecular and Cellular Imaging

28- Nanophotonic Detection of Drug Binding to Cytochrome P450 Using Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy

29- Photonic Crystal Enhanced Fluorescence Imaging

30- Single Molecule Fluorescence and Optical Trapping Applied to Molecular Motors: Two Can Do it Better Than One, a resource for nanoscience and nanotechnology, is supported by the National Science Foundation and other funding agencies. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.