“Quantum Ghost Imaging”

Duncan Ryan

Monday,  March 27th at 4:00 PM

120 Engineering (Hammond Auditorium)

Ghost imaging is a new approach to observing samples with extremely low light levels. For biological samples, such as plants, low light conditions are necessary so as not to interrupt or interfere with the native metabolic processes. However, when light sources are very low, background noise from cameras typically overwhelms the small amount of signal. NCam, a unique imager developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory, allows us to increase measurement sensitivity for ghost imaging. [Read More…]



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