An inverse problem on Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy

Benjamin Palacios
University of Chicago
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 3:35pm to 4:35pm
Vincent Hall 311

In Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy a density of fluorescent material (fluorophores) needs to be reconstructed through a process that consists in the application of a thin sheet of light that stimulates fluorophores, inducing the emission of fluorescent light that is recorderded and which constitute our measurements. In this talk I will present a mathematical model for this two-step process as well as the inverse problem arising from it. Uniqueness and stability of the inverse problem will be discussed.