Contact Person: George Matsopoulos, Associate Professor
The Laboratory of Biomedical Optics and Applied Biophysics is one of the Official laboratories of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. It was established in 1993 at NTUA and it operates at the Electromagnetics, Electrooptics and Electronic Materials of the Electrical & Computers Engineering during all these years.
It covers Research and Development areas in the field of:
• Biomedical Photonics and NanoBiophotonics
• Photodynamic Therapy and Photodiagnosis in Tumour Treatment and Detection
• Living Cell Imaging and Analysis using Optical Methods
• Optical Methods in Detection of Free Radicals and Antioxidants
• Linear and Non-Linear Optical Imaging
•Light Tissue Interactions – Propagation of light in turbid media
• Atomic Force Imaging Microscopy and Biomaterials Characterization
• Biomedical Spectroscopy for Diagnosis in vivo and in vitro
• High throughput Biomarkers measurements with Luminex FlexMap 3D platform
•Analysis and Processing of Large Scale Biological Data
• Medical Image Processing
• Biosignal Analysis and Processing
• Computer Vision Methods in Biomedical Applications
• Expert Systems in Medical Decision Making
• Preclinical Studies and Development of Animal and Cell Models.
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|Kostas Politopoulos, Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
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- Balogiannis, D. Yova, K. Politopoulos, A computer vision non-contact 3D system to improve fingerprint acquisition, International Journal of Computer, 20 (1), 174-198, 2016
- D. Savva, T.L. Economopoulos, G.K. Matsopoulos, “Geometry-based vs. intensity-based medical image registration: A comparative study on 3D CT data”, Computers in Biology and Medicine, 69, 120–133, 2016.
- V. Kontomaris, D. Yova, A. Stylianou, K. Politopoulos, “The Significance of the Percentage Differences of Young’s Modulus in the AFM Nanoindentation Procedure” Micro and Nanosystems , 7, 86-97, 2015
- V. Kontomaris, D. Yova, A. Stylianou and K. Politopoulos, “The Significance of the Percentage Differences of Young’s Modulus in the AFM Nanoindentation Procedure” Micro and Nanosystems, 7 (2), 86-97, 2015
- C. Korfiatis, P.A. Asvestas and G.K. Matsopoulos, “Automatic Local Parameterization of the Chan Vese Active Contour Model’s Force Coefficients using Edge Information”, Journal of Visual Communications and Image Representation, 29, 71-78, 2015.
- I. Korda, P.A. Asvestas, G.K. Matsopoulos, E.M. Ventouras and N.P. Smyrnis, “Automatic Identification of Oculomotor Behavior Using Pattern Recognition Techniques”, Computers in Biology and Medicine, 60, 151-162, 2015.
- Stylianou, D. Yova, E. Alexandratou, “Investigation of the influence of UV irradiation on collagen thin films by AFM imaging” Materials Science and Engineering: C, 45, 455-468, 2014
- Fysikopoulos, M. Georgiou, N. Efthimiou, S. David, G. Loudos and G. Matsopoulos, “Fully Digital FPGA-Based Data Acquisition System for Dual Head PET Detectors”, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 61 (5), 2764-2770, 2014.
- Stylianou, D. Yova, E. Alexandratou, “Investigation of the Influence of UV Irradiation on Collagen Thin Films by AFM Imaging Microscopy”, Materials Science and Engineering: C, 45, 455–468, 2014
- Stylianou, D. Yova, E. Alexandratou, “Nano-topography of collagen thin films in correlation with fibroblast response” Journal of Nanophotonics, Special Section: Nanostructured Thin Films: Fundamentals and Applications, 7 (1), art. no. 073590 2013
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