My PhD is supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), grants 200021_159227 “Computational Methods for Temporal Super-resolution Microscopy”, 200020_179217 “Computational biomicroscopy: advanced image processing methods to quantify live biological systems” and 206021_164022 “Platform for Reproducible Acquisition, Processing, and Sharing of Dynamic, Multi-Modal Data” .
Conference papers and talks
- “Generalized temporal sampling with active illumination in optical microscopy“, C. Jaques, M. Liebling, SPIE Wavelets and Sparsity 18 2019, San Diego, USA.
- “Multi-Spectral Widefield Microscopy of the Beating Heart Through Post-Acquisition Synchronization of Overlapping Filter Bands“, C. Jaques, L. Bapst-Wich, D.F. Schorderet, M. Liebling, IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging 2019, Venice, Italy. This paper won the best paper award (1st place) at ISBI.
- “Imaging Monochrome Samples at Sub-Shutter Time Resolution with Hue-Encoded Illumination and an RGB Camera” at the Bio-Image Informatics Conference 2017, Banff, Canada.
Journal papers and patents
- “Temporal Super-Resolution Microscopy using a hue-encoded shutter“, C. Jaques, E. Pignat, S. Calinon, M. Liebling, Biomedical Optics Express, Vol. 10, September 2019.
- European Patent, application number EP19154253, “System and method for increasing the resolution of a camera”.
I give quite regularly demos of our lab and imaging platform, here are some examples:
- I illustrated the magic of L1-norm minimization on a data term, see my blog post about it. This is nothing new, but the illustration is really nice!
- We acquired nice data of live zebrafishes, I will acquire more as we go on with the improvement of our microscope and will probably post some more on the blog.