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Michael Atlan

 
Michael Atlan

Research Scientist (CNRS)

 

Michael Atlan's research focuses on the development of optical holographic techniques, which find applications in nanoscale vibrometry, laser Doppler microscopy of blood flow, compressed sensing, optical coherence tomography, and optical micro rheology.

Publications

Retinal blood flow reversal in out-of-plane vessels imaged with laser Doppler holography

22nd August 2020

Spatio-temporal filtering in laser Doppler holography for retinal blood flow imaging

"Spatio-temporal filtering in laser Doppler holography for retinal blood flow imaging," Biomed. Opt. Express 11, 3274-3287 (2020)
May 2020

Waveform analysis of human retinal and choroidal blood flow with laser Doppler holography

"Waveform analysis of human retinal and choroidal blood flow with laser Doppler holography," Biomed. Opt. Express 10, 4942-4963 (2019)
1st October 2019

Choroidal vasculature imaging with laser Doppler holography

"Choroidal vasculature imaging with laser Doppler holography," Biomed. Opt. Express 10, 995-1012 (2019)
10th February 2019

Deep neural networks for aberration compensation in digital holographic imaging of the retina

Julie Rivet, Guillaume Tochon, Serge Meimon, Michel Paques, Thierry Géraud, Michael Atlan
Adaptive Optics and Wavefront Control for Biological Systems V, Feb 2019, San Francisco, CA, United States. pp.34, ff10.1117/12.2509711ff. ffhal-02176460f
2nd February 2019

Laser Doppler holography of the human retina

Biomed Opt Exp Vol. 9, Issue 9, pp. 4113-4129 (2018)
1st September 2018
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