Computational imaging system with physical coding measures feature-specific information from the object leading to superior performance to traditional point-to-point imaging system. Our lab creates novel imaging systems by integrating new generation of sensing devices and advanced computational methods.


Peer-reviwed journals
  1. Y. Sun, X. Yuan and S. Pang, Compressive high-speed stereo imaging, Optics Express 25(15), (2017), 18182
  2. X. Yuan, Y. Sun and S. Pang, Compressive video sensing with side information, Applied Optics 56(10), (2017), 2697
  3. Y. Sun, X. Yuan, and S. Pang, High-speed compressive range imaging based on active illumination, Optics Express 24(20), (2016), 22836
  4. Y. Sun and S. Pang, Fluorescence Talbot microscope using incoherent source, Journal of Biomedical Optics 21(8),(2016),086003
  5. S. Pang, Z. Zhu, G. Wang, and W. Cong, Small angle scatter tomography with a photon counting detector array, Physics in Medicine and Biology 61(10), (2016), 3734-3748
  6. X. Yuan and S. Pang, Structured illumination temporal compressive microscopy, Biomedical Optics Express 7(3), (2016), 746-758
  7. Y. Sun and S. Pang, Multi-perspective scanning microscope based on Talbot effect, Applied Physics Letters 108, (2016), 021102. SPIE Newsroom Article
  8. Y. Sun, W. Cong, Y. Xi, G. Wang, and S. Pang, Talbot interferometry with curved quasi-periodic gratings: towards large field of view X-ray phase-contrast imaging, Optics Express 23(20), (2015), 26576–26585
  9. M. Kim, M. Pan, Y. Gai, S. Pang, C. Han, C. Yang, and S. K. Tang, Optofluidic ultrahigh-throughput detection of fluorescent drops, Lab on a Chip, 15, (2015), 1417-1423
  10. S. Pang, M. Hassan, J. Greenberg, A. Holmgren,K. Krishnamurthy,D. Brady, Complementary coded apertures for 4-dimensional x-ray coherent scatter imaging, Optics Express 22 (19), (2014), 22925
  11. S. Pang, C. Han, J. Erath, A. Rodriguez and C. Yang, Wide field-of-view Talbot-grid-based Microscopy for Multicolor Fluorescence Imaging, Optics Express 21 (12), (2013), 14555
  12. C. Han, S. Pang, D. V. Bower, C. Yang, Wide Field-of-view On-chip Talbot Fluorescence Microscopy for Longitudinal Cell Culture Monitoring from within the Incubator, Analytical Chemistry 85 (4), (2013), 2356-2360
  13. S. Pang, C. Han, M. Kato, P. W. Sternberg, C. Yang, Wide and Scalable Field-of-View Talbot-grid-based Fluorescence Microscopy, Optics Letters, 37 (23), (2012), 5018
  14. S. Pang, C. Han, L. M. Lee, C. Yang,  Fluorescence microscopy imaging with a Fresnel zone plate array based optofluidic microscope, Lab on a Chip, 11, (2011), 3698
  15. S. Pang, X. Cui, J. Demodena, Y. M. Wang, P. W. Sternberg, C. Yang,  Implementation of a color-capable Opto-fluidic Microscope on a RGB CMOS color sensor chip substrate , Lab on a Chip, 10, (2010), 411
  16. S. Pang, A.T. Yeh, C. Wang, and K.E. Meissner,  Two-photon absorption (and excited fluorescence) using ultrashort laser pulse, Journal of Biomedical Optics, 14 (5), (2009), 054041
  17. S. Pang, R. Beckham, and K.E. Meissner,  Quantum dot-embedded microspheres for remote refractive index sensing, Applied Physics Letters, 92 (22), (2008), 221108
  1. S. Pang, S. Sun, Large-field-of-view, multi-perspective Talbot microscopy, SPIE Newsroom (2016)
Book chapter
  • C. Yang, S. Pang, Chapter 1 Introduction, Optofluidics: Fundamentals, Devices, and Applications (Biophotonics) McGraw-Hill, 2009 (ISBN-13: 978-0071601566)
Selected conferences
  1. S. Pang, J. Greenberg, D. Brady, Complementary Coded Aperture X-ray Coherent Scatter Imaging, Gordon Research Conference, Imaging Science 2014
  2. S. Pang, C. Han, C. Yang, Fluorescence Talbot Microscopy, SPIE BIOS 2013, San Francisco
  3. S. Pang, C. Han, C. Yang, Fluorescence Opto-fluidic Microscopy, SPIE BIOS 2011, San Francisco
  4. S. Pang, X. Cui, Y. Wang, C. Yang, Color Capable Opto-fluidic Microscope, MicroTAS 2009, Jeju, Korea
  5. S. Pang, K.E. Meissner, Tagless remote refractometric sensor based on WGMs, SPIE BIOS 2008, San Jose


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