By Marcia Lesky | Posted: 19 November 2015
- What are the barriers for super-resolution at depth?
- What are the fundamental limits in fibre imaging (resolution, correction, speed)?
- What are the challenges of using structured illumination for in vivo imaging?
These are just a few of the questions that were explored at last week’s Adaptive Structured Illumination Incubator. Hosted by Meng Cui from Purdue University, US, and Kishan Dholakia and Michael Mazilu from the University of St. Andrews, UK, this Incubator used invited talks and moderated group discussion to allow experts to cross-fertilize ideas in applications of structured illumination throughout photonics.
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