Code: 17AMPBFT Advanced Biophotonics
Lecturer: prof. Ing. Miroslav Jelínek DrSc. Weekly load: 2+1 Assessment: Z,ZK
Department: 17101 Credits: 4 Semester: W
Description:
Overview of principles and applications in interdisciplinary region connecting disciplines of physics, optics and biology. Interaction of optical radiation with matter, with tissue, basics of biology, photobiology, bioimaging, microscopy, basics of lasers, laser safety, optical biosensors, nanotechnology for biophotonics.
Contents:
1) Biophotonics as scientific discipline
2) Interaction of radiation with matter I (dual character of light, photons,
coherence, interference, diffraction, bounds in molecules)
3) Basic of laser technique (laser principle, types of lasers, laser applications
in photobiology and in medicine, laser safety)
4) Basic of biology
5) Interaction of radiation with matter II. (interaction light - molecule,
interaction with matter, indication and detection of interaction mechanisms)
6) Absorption and emission of light, principles of biological spectroscopy
(absorption, emission, fluorescence, raman, Fourier infrared, etc.)
7) Bioimaging (principles, microscopy, types of microscopes - transmission,
fluorescence, tunneling, electron, etc.)
8) Optical biosensors (principles, contruction, applications), photomultipliers,
semiconductor detectors and sensors
9) Photodynamical therapy (principles, field of applications), cytometry
10) Interaction of radiation III. (interaction with tissue, regeneration,
phototherapy, optical coherence tomography)
11) Cells optical manipulation
12) Nanotechnology for biophotonic- bionanophotonic
13) Biomaterials for biophotonic
14) Conclusion, reserve
Recommended literature:
[1] Prasad P.N.: Introduction to Biophotonics. Wiley-InterScience 2004.
[2] Vymětalová V.: Laboratorní cvičení z biologie. V©CHT Praha 2001.
[3] Základy fotoniky, svazek 1-4. Bahaa E. A. Saleh, Malvin Carl Teich. Vyd. MATFYZPRESS, 1994, Praha.
[4] Paras N. Prasad : Nanophotonics. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2004.
Keywords:
Light, interaction of radiation with matter, interaction of radiation with tissue, laser applications in medicine, optical biosensors, phototherapy, biomaterials and nanomaterials in medicine.