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Optofluidics S02: On-Chip Imaging II
Monday, 24/Jun/2019:
11:15 - 12:45

Session Chair: Andrew James deMello, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Location: Room 22a (ICM, 2nd Floor)

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11:15 - 11:45
ID: 134 / Optofluidics S02: 1

Guided Mode Resonances For Sensing And Imaging

Thomas F. Krauss, Jose Juan-Colas, Donato Conteduca, Isabel Barth

University of York, United Kingdom

We discuss the latest developments in guided mode resonances for sensing and imaging and compare them to alternative approaches such as plasmonic nanohole arrays.

11:45 - 12:15
ID: 160 / Optofluidics S02: 2

Optofluidic Lab-On-Chips for High Throughput 3D Imaging of Cells and Tissues

Federico Sala1,2, Petra Paiè1, Roberto Memeo2, Roberto Osellame1,2, Andrea Farina1, Andrea Bassi2, Francesca Bragheri1

1Istituto di Fotonica e Nanotecnologie - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (IFN-CNR),, Italy; 2Dipartimento di Fisica - Politecnico di Milano

Optofludic lab-on-chips are compact microsystems that allow the manipulation, the analysis and the imaging of cells with high throughput even at the single cell level. The optofluidic microscopes on chip here presented are fabricated by femtosecond laser micromachining followed by chemical etching. The technique is ideally suited for rapid prototyping and allows 3D geometries and perfect alignment between microfluidic and optical components networks. The devices have been validated on cancer cell lines by imaging in three dimensions both clusters of cells growing on spheres and single cells.

12:15 - 12:45
ID: 141 / Optofluidics S02: 3

Advanced Optical Imaging of Blood Thrombus

Woei Ming Steve Lee, Xuefei He, Samantha Montague, Tao Xu, Elizabeth Gardiner

The Australian National University, Australia

The application of advanced optical imaging technology for platelet biology is in its infancy. In this talk, we shall introduce the potential impact of optical imaging in understanding the roles of platelets in thrombus formation and in hemostasis. We will summarize how techniques in optical imaging has enabled exploration of morphological, molecular and fluidic parameters that determine platelet adhesion, activation and consequent roles in thrombus formation. Finally, we discuss the convergence of multiple imaging modalities towards a complete understanding of platelet roles in thrombus formation.

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