Rebecca Saleeb

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–Advances in SPAD sensor technology have recently yielded a >10kfps, 320x240 resolution imager [1] that can be operated as a Quanta Image Sensor (QIS) [2]. This device (labelled SPCImager) thus combines the high speed and sensitivity afforded by SPAD devices with the negligible readout noise and logarithmic compression of QIS. These attributes open the door(More)
Estimation of signal parameters via rotational invariance techniques is a classical algorithm widely used in array signal processing for direction-of-arrival estimation of emitters. Inspired by this method, a new signal model and new fluorescence lifetime estimation via rotational invariance techniques (FLERIT) were developed for multiexponential(More)
Super-resolution microscopy is transforming our understanding of biology but accessibility is limited by its technical complexity, high costs and the requirement for bespoke sample preparation. We present a novel, simple and multi-color super-resolution microscopy technique, called translation microscopy (TRAM), in which a super-resolution image is restored(More)
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