Vahid Abbasian
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Area of Expertise:
Digital holography , Super-resolution , Optical imaging , Quantitative microscopy , Optical metrology , Microsphere-assisted microscopy
Profile Summary

Vahid Abbasian is a graduate research assistant at the Department of Radiation Oncology in Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, studying Imaging Science at the university. He received his BSc and MSc degrees, both in Physics. In his MSc, he focused on Optics and extended microsphere-assisted microscopy into digital holography to obtain super-resolved 3D images. He showed the capabilities of the setup by using it for precise cell identification and surface profilometry. Vahid's current research focuses on the development of accessible, efficient, and cost-effective optical platforms for optical imaging and sensing in the field of global health, with a primary emphasis on cancer research. He is a student member of SPIE and OPTICA and the associated student chapter at Washington University (WU Spectra). Vahid has published papers in Nature, Optica, IOP Publishing, and Elsevier journals and has served as an ad-hoc reviewer for Optica Publishing group, AIP Publishing, and Elsevier.
Publications (5)

Proceedings Article | 12 March 2024 Poster + Paper
Proceedings Volume 12852, 128520E (2024)
KEYWORDS: Holograms, Red blood cells, Microscopy, Resolution enhancement technologies, Microspheres, Image resolution, Digital holography

Proceedings Article | 12 March 2024 Poster + Paper
Proceedings Volume 12848, 128480D (2024)
KEYWORDS: Spatial resolution, Image resolution, Fabrication, Microspheres, Resolution enhancement technologies

Proceedings Article | 12 March 2024 Paper
Proceedings Volume 12840, 1284004 (2024)
KEYWORDS: Speckle pattern, Mueller matrices, Tumors, Polarization, Polarimetry, Biological samples, Brain, Statistical analysis, Tissues

Proceedings Article | 11 March 2024 Poster + Paper
Proceedings Volume 12893, 128930W (2024)
KEYWORDS: Corrosion, Speckle pattern, Statistical analysis, Materials science, Speckle analysis

Proceedings Article | 15 August 2023 Presentation + Paper
Proceedings Volume 12618, 126180L (2023)
KEYWORDS: Microspheres, Microscopy, Resolution enhancement technologies, Digital holography, Imaging systems, Image resolution, Spatial resolution, Scanning electron microscopy

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