Optics Letters (OL)
I’ve published my 2nd paper in OL, about the work I did with Xiao Shu at Opticent and Northwestern University end of 2015.
S. Shu, M. Bondu, B. Dong, A. Podoleanu, L. Leick, and H. F. Zhang, “Single all-fiber-based nanosecond-pulsed supercontinuum source for multispectral photoacoustic microscopy and optical coherence tomography”, Optics Letters Vol. 41, No. 12 (2016).
We report the usefulness of a single all-fiber-based supercontinuum (SC) source for combined photoacoustic microscopy (PAM) and optical coherence tomography (OCT). The SC light is generated by a tapered photonic crystal fiber pumped by a nanosecond pulsed master oscillator power amplifier at 1064 nm. The spectrum is split into shorter wavelength band (500–800 nm) for single/multispectral PAM and a longer wavelength band (800–900 nm) band for OCT. In vivo mouse ear imaging was achieved with an integrated dual-modality system. We further demonstrated its potential for spectroscopic photoacoustic imaging by doing multispectral measurements on retinal pigment epithelium and blood samples with 15-nm linewidth.