Colloquium, Mondays 4-5 PM // LEEP2 2420 or Zoom Meeting
Belinda Sturm, PhD
Departmnet of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering
University of Kansas
Community Monitoring of SARS-CoV-2 Infections via Municipal Wastewater.
Zoom Meeting: https://kansas.zoom.us/j/91885769140
Zoom Passcode: 933813
October 8 (Thursday 11:00 am)
Note that this seminar will be held during the C&PE seminar time 11-11:50 AM Thursday. Since it is being held outside the normal BIOE Colloquium time, it will be recorded for those who cannot attend 'live'.
Rao V. Mantri, PhD
Delivery and Development of High Concentration Protein Therapeutics
Zoom Meeting: https://kansas.zoom.us/j/92241151215
November 9 (The start time for this presentation has been delayed to 4:10 pm.)
Department of Bioengineering
University of Washington
Light and Sound: Integrating Photonics with Ultrasonics
"Coherent light and sound have become essential tools in modern medicine. Lasers are routinely used for both therapeutic and diagnostic applications, and real‐time ultrasound scanning has become the dominant biomedical imaging modality in the world. Starting over thirty years ago, scientists and engineers have combined these modalities for applications ranging from non‐contact sensing to novel molecular imaging techniques. In this talk, I will explore the history of integrated photonic‐ultrasonic systems, focusing on examples where light generates sound, light detects sound, and sound “tickles” light. I will also present specific applications of integrated photonic‐ultrasonic techniques, including photoacoustics for molecular imaging, non‐contact laser ultrasound systems for medical and non‐medical applications, and optical coherence elastography (OCE) in which air‐coupled ultrasound stimulates propagating shear waves in the eye and skin tracked with real‐time, 3‐ D optical coherence tomography (OCT). The talk will conclude by discussing current barriers to clinical translation of these systems and possible ways to overcome the obstacles."
Zoom Passcode: 275696