The Laboratory of Applied Computational Imaging (LACI) enables research into the development of new optical imaging techniques and devices for physics and biomedicine.
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The Laboratory of Applied Computational Imaging (LACI) specializes in the development of new optical instruments for applications in biology, physics, and materials science. The lab is equipped with advanced instruments that support research in ultrafast optical imaging, high-precision beam shaping, and photoacoustic microscopy.
Research at LACI centres on the implementation of laser modulation techniques in new optical imaging devices.
Current work is focused on the following three areas:
LACI is equipped with a wide array of equipment:
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Current services available:
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The Laboratory of Applied Computational Imaging is available to Centre Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications Research Centre faculty, students, and staff for their research projects, with the lab manager’s authorization.
Lab resources can also be used for external collaborations or research and development contracts.
The Laboratory of Applied Computational Imaging is used for ultrafast imaging, photoacoustic microscopy, wavefront engineering, and high-precision laser beam shaping. It has paved the way for a number of developments, including:
LACI receives financial support from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), the Government of Quebec, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), and Fonds de recherche du Quebec (FRQ).
Laboratory of Applied Computational Imaging
Institut national de la recherche scientifique
1650 blvd. Lionel-Boulet
Varennes, Quebec J3X 1S2