MDID investigates 3D and real-time optical imaging approaches and technologies, mostly in micro scale. Our researches are pursued in four major directions:
Advancing and improving the imaging methodologies.
Integration of imaging techniques with each other and with other optics and acoustics based methods, toward multi-modal imaging and enhanced detection.
Applications to various phenomena in soft matter e.g. in biology samples and microfluidics, and metallic specimens.
Developing products and systems for diverse applications.
We are also interested in investigation of various interesting phenomena in soft matter, such as active matter translocation and collective motion, droplet circuits, liquid-liquid interfaces, binary mixtures, microrheology, etc.
Our researches have been supported by:
IASBS Research Department
Iran National Science Foundation
Development of Photonics, Lasers, Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Council
We have been collaborating with several groups and scientists from USA, UK, Italy, Netherlands, France, India, Turkey, and Pakistan, and Iranian institutions.
You are welcome to contact MDID people for additional information about our activities and for possible collaborations.
MDID Intro Poster
Digital holographic microscopy with coupled optical trap for cell measurement and manipulation
Digital holographic microscopy of biomaterials and the effect of environmental parameters
Super-resolved 3D microscopy:
Microsphere-assisted super-resolved digital holographic microscopy
Super-resolved digital holographic microscopy by structured illumination
Microsphere-assisted light sheet microscopy
Self-referencing holographic imaging
Integral Imaging coupled with acoustic tweezers
Digital holographic microscopy integrated with fluorescence microscopy and polarimetric microscopy
Digital holographic microscopy for quantitative measurement of metallic surface microstructures
Digital holography for microfluidics
Water droplets evaporation, merging, pumping,… on superhydrophobic surfaces
Speckle analysis to study dynamic phenomena and surface characterization
Speckle tweezers and applications
Experimental measurement of depletion force in binary colloidal mixtures
Experimental study of hydrodynamic forces in liquid-liquid interfaces
Integral imaging microscopy
Translocation of active particles through sawtooth channels