SPPIN - Saints-Pères Paris Institute for the Neurosciences - CNRS UMR 8003
Université de Paris
I have a BSc in the field of Physics and I obtained my MSc in Photonics, Micro-nano Technologies and Time-Frequency in 2019 from Université de Franche-Comté. Since then, I have started my PhD studies at SPPIN which is an interdisciplinary laboratory in the field of Neurosciences and Bioimaging. I am a member of Singular Imaging group (SingIng) which is focused on both fundamental studies and instrumental developments in optics.
My PhD Project:
I am currently working on developing a Stimulated Emission Depletion (STED) microscopy technique using speckle patterns. Speckle patterns are spontaneously generated when a coherent light beam encounters a complex media such as biological tissue. These patterns are specially suited for imaging through complex media since:
- they contain optical vortices
- they allow compressive sensing
- they are statistically robust to scattering
My Phd project aims at making use of these interesting features of speckle patterns to achieve fast three-dimensional super-resolution fluorescence microscopy.
Links to my oral presentations in conferences, seminars and workshops:
- Three-dimensional broadband light beam manipulation in forward scattering samples
Payvand Arjmand, Ori Katz, Sylvain Gigan, Marc Guillon : Opt Express, 2021