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Welcome to the Laser Metrology and Biomedicine (LAMB) Lab at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). Our lab, led by Prof. Renjie Zhou, works on advancing optical techniques for solving complex material metrology and biomedical problems to improve human life. Our current research projects include: (1) developing advanced optical diffraction tomography techniques; (2) building novel high sensitivity interferometric microscopy systems. As a growing lab, LAMB has multiple openings for interested candidates to apply (click here for more information). 

News

     2017

  • Welcome the second LAMBer, Gang Luo, on board. November 8, 2017 
  • We were glad to have Prof. Janusz M. Smulko from Gdańsk University of Technology in Poland visiting us and giving us a BME Departmental seminar on Improving Sensitivity for Resistive Gas Sensors and Raman Spectrosocpy. It was interesting to learn that Fahrenheit was born in Gdańsk. October 26, 2017 
  • Welcome the first LAMBer, Mengxuan Niu, on board. October 18, 2017 
  • Prof. Zhou gave a talk on Recent Development of High-speed Label-free Quantitative Optical Tomography for Cell Imaging for the Biomaterial Group at CUHK. September 22, 2017
  • We officially celebrated the establishment of our Biomedical Engineering Department, the first among all tertiary institutions in Hong Kong; check local news coverage. Although joined CUHK very recently, Prof. Zhou is fortunate to be one of the seven founding faculty members of CUHK BME Department which was officially started on July 1, 2017. September 20, 2017 
  • Prof. Zhou gave a talk on Optical Diffraction Tomogrpahy at Hong Kong Eye Hospital. August 24, 2017
  • Prof. Zhou received the Kaufman Teaching Certificate (KTCP) from MIT for his participation in this teaching program during the past spring (completed 6 class sessions and 2 micro-teachings). July 21,2017 
  • The Laser Metrology and Biomedicine (LAMB) Lab has been formed. July 1, 2017
  • Our review on "Tomographic phase microscopy: principles and applications in bioimaging [Invited]"  in JOSA B was again the second most downloaded paper in JOSA B in May 2017. June 17, 2017
  • Our review on "Tomographic phase microscopy: principles and applications in bioimaging [Invited]"  in JOSA B was the second most downloaded paper in JOSA B in April 2017. May 24, 2017
  • Dr. Renjie Zhou joined the Chinese University of Hong Kong from MIT as an Assistant Professor. May 15, 2017 

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