Qiaozhou Xiong

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Spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) has been demonstrated to be a viable tool in forensic science for fingerprint detection, yet it still suffers from certain practical issues, e.g., the limited scanning speed and low image contrast. In this letter, we report a high-speed SD-OCT together with an image contrast enhancement mechanism for(More)
Diagnosis of corneal disease and challenges in corneal transplantation require comprehensive understanding of corneal anatomy, particularly that of the posterior cornea. Micro-optical coherence tomography (µOCT) is a potentially suitable tool to meet this need, owing to its ultrahigh isotropic spatial resolution, high image acquisition rate and depth(More)
Fingerprint recognition is a method commonly utilized for both personal identification and security control in practice. Based mainly on 2D surface topography analysis, however, most of the existing methods are prone to both spoofing attacks and fingertip surface conditions. To address such issues, we report on an internal fingerprint detection method based(More)
Our ability to detect neoplastic changes in gastrointestinal (GI) tracts is limited by the lack of an endomicroscopic imaging tool that provides cellular-level structural details of GI mucosa over a large tissue area. In this article, we report a fiber-optic-based micro-optical coherence tomography (μOCT) system and demonstrate its capability to acquire(More)
In fiber-based optical coherence tomography (OCT), the interference fringes suffer from the fading effect due to misalignment of the light polarization states between the reference and sample arms, resulting in sensitivity degradation and image intensity variation. We theoretically and experimentally analyzed the relation between the misalignment and the(More)
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