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Greg Lobo took second place in the 2012 Student Research Forum.

Greg Lobo Greg’s project entitled “Structured Illumination Microscopy Compared To Other Computational Optical Sectioning Imaging Techniques” was done under the supervision of Dr. Chrysanthe Preza. The purpose of the project is to compare Structure-Illumination Microscopy to other microscopy imaging enhancing techniques such as the COSMOS algorithms developed in the Computational Imaging Research Laboratory here at the University of Memphis. Structure-illumination Microscopy is a method that uses a grid that contains a sinusoidal pattern of lines to project modulated illuminating light onto a focal plane of a given specimen. During data acquisition, the phase of the grid is shifted to create sub-images, which are used to reconstruct an accurate 3-D image of the specimen. This research has application for diagnosing disease, development of new drugs, and the general study of cellular organisms.

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Eddie White

Eddie White (CpE/EE 2009) traveled to Australia with Dr. Khan Iftekharuddin to collaborate with other researchers on perfecting face-recognition systems. White's work on this National Science Foundation-funded project in the Intelligent Systems and Image Processing (ISIP) lab won him second place in the undergraduate engineering category of the annual U of M Student Research Forum.

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