The PF32 system has been used in a wide range of research activities. A small selection of these high-profile publications is detailed below:
- A high speed multifocal multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging microscope for live-cell FRET imaging
Simon Poland et al., Biomedical Optics Express, 6 (2), 277-296, 2015.
- Multiplexed Single-Mode Wavelength-to-Time Mapping of Multimode Light
Harikumar Chandrasekharan et al., Nature Communications, 8, 14080, 2017.
- 0.5 billion events per second time correlated single photon counting using CMOS SPAD arrays
Nikola Krstajić et al., Optics Letters, 40 (18), 4305-4308, 2015.
- Time-resolved multifocal multiphoton microscope for high speed FRET imaging in vivo
Simon Poland et al., Optics Letters, 39 (20), 6013-6016, 2015.
- Single-photon sensitive light-in-flight imaging
Genevieve Gariepy et al., Nature Communications, 6, 6021, 2015.
- Detection and tracking of moving objects hidden from view
Genevieve Gariepy et al., Nature Photonics, 10 (1), 23-26, 2016.