My principal research interest is the development of new optical methods and tools, such as imaging and measuring techniques (holographic, interference, polarization, microscopy, OCT, spectral, etc.) for biomedical and other applications. Particular interest is label-free superresolution. A significant contribution has resulted in the creation of new optical methods and techniques for nondestructive testing, diagnostic and its application to different samples, including optical elements and systems, biomedical samples and human beings in vivo. The 96 papers were published, including 34 articles in peer reviewed journals, and 17 patents obtained.
Simultaneous en-face imaging of multiple layers with multiple reference optical coherence tomography
Comparing an FFT filter for multiple reference optical coherence tomography (MR-OCT) with an Chebychev and an elliptic filter
Depth-dependent displacement sensitivity analysis and the influence of Doppler angle for quantitative assessment of mechanical properties using phase-sensitive spectral domain optical coherence tomography
The impact of relative intensity noise on the signal in multiple reference optical coherence tomography
Nano-sensitive optical coherence tomography (nsOCT) for depth resolved characterization of 3D submicron structure