Applications of Continuous Wavelet Transforms to Optical Coherence Tomography

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Name of the Speaker: P. Naveen kumar (EE19D015)
Guide: Dr. Shanti Bhattacharya
Venue/Online meeting link:
Date/Time: September 1st, 2.30p.m

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a well-known imaging technology in the biomedical field and a popular commercial technology in ophthalmology. In terms of image resolution, it is superior to ultrasound imaging but has limited access to objects well below the surface. Given that it has a few micrometers of longitudinal and lateral resolution, it can also be used in non-biomedical applications such as sub-surfacing imaging of fabricated semiconductor chips, historical art conservation, agriculture sciences, etc. There are always certain trade-offs to be kept in mind when using a technology for a specific application, as the design should meet the imaging requirements.