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Functional anatomical molecular optical screening. Biophotonics offers low-cost, non-invasive, accurate, rapid alternatives to conventional diagnostic methods and has the potential to address medical needs with early detection and to reduce the cost
Multi-coRe, multi-level, WDM-enAbled embedded optical enGine for Terabit board-to-board and rack-to-rack parallel optics. Data centers are becoming the hot spots of internet, and content providers request a technology for practical and cost-effective
Fully integrated real time multi-wavelength photoacoustics for early disease detection. Healthcare at affordable cost is a major challenge with the aging population and the prevalence of chronic disease, supporting the need for early diagnosis and
Monolithic Widely Tunable Interband Cascade Lasers \nfor Safety and Security. The WideLase proposal focuses on compact, rugged and cost effective laser sources with wide tuning range for safety and security applications in the 3.3 to 7.0 µm
MId- to NEaR infrared spectroscopy for improVed medical diAgnostics. In recent years it has become clear that mid-IR imaging spectroscopy has the potential to open a new chapter in bio-medical imaging and offers an effective tool for early cancer
Photonics for High-Performance, Low-Cost & Low-Energy Data Centers, High Performance Computing Systems:Terabit/s Optical Interconnect Technologies for On-Board, Board-to-Board, Rack-to-Rack data links. PhoxTrot is a large-scale research effort
Advanced photonic antenna tools for biosensing and cellular nanoimaging. Advances in the fields of molecular and cell biology are strongly coupled to the implementation of photonic tools that allow highly-sensitive measurements in living cells at
Living Photonics: Monitoring light propagation through cells. LIPHOS is focused on the development of completely innovative biophotonic diagnosis tools, which are for the first time implemented using cells as constituent material. Here, and unlike
Bloch electromagnetic surface wave Bio-sensors for early cancer diagnosis. BILOBA aims to develop and pre-clinically validate a multifunctional point-of-care platform capable of performing real-time cancer biomarker detection in a tandem
Vertically integrated Array-type Mirau-based OCT System for early diagnostics of skin cancer. Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed type of cancer. Its early diagnosis is essential since it can be treated more effectively when detected earlier.