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WELCOME TO THE JALALI LAB

Overview of Our Research

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Deep Cytometry

February 2, 2019,

San Francisco

Invited Talk presented by Prof. Jalali at the Label-Free Biomedical Imaging and Sensing (LBIS) Conference at SPIE Photonics West 

Jalali-Lab Research on Deep Learning in Digital Engineering News

September 21, 2018

Mathworks® has recently featured our work on Deep Learning (DL) in Digital Engineering News.

Phase Stretch Transform features as one of the top-ten most read stories on Mathworks this year

December 29, 2017

Mathworks® recently featured our physics-inspired edge detection algorithm, Phase Stretch Transform (PST) as a potential candidate for feature detection in biometrics, medical and computer vision applications in their article.

Jalali-Lab Releases Python Code for Image Super Resolution

July 28, 2018

The Birth of Mode Locking - Cover Nature Photonics May 2016

June 2, 2016

The work of Jalali-Lab in collaboration with U. Gottingen in Germany appeared on the cover of Nature Photonics, May 2016. The cover shows the birth of laser mode-locking captured for the first time.

Madhuri Suthar receives five prestigious awards at her undergraduate alma mater ISM-Dhanbad

April 21, 2016

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AI Time Stretch Microscope in Cancer Detection

April 15, 2016

Further details can be found at this article.

Big Data Photonics Workshop 2016

February 13, 2016

Big Data Photonics is an annual workshop that focus on the theme, "Trends Shaping the Future of Photonics". 

Powerful image detection algorithm source code released

February 10, 2016

Interactive Time-Stretch ADC and DFT Design Calculators Go Live

December 1, 2015

The Time Stretch Enhanced Recorder (TiSER) ADC takes a high speed analog electronic signal, slows it down by a photonic time-stretch preprocessor, and digitizes that with a relatively slow but high resolution electronic analog-to-digital converter.

First ever demonstration of image compression at the speed of light

April 23, 2015

Big Data and Real Time Processing in Photonics

July 19, 2016

Annual Danish-Californian Workshop on photonics was held on March 27, 2015 (day after OFC). This year the focus was Big Data and Real Time Processing in Photonics.

First demonstration of optical real-time data compression

March 17, 2014

Dispersive data compression addresses the big data problem in real-time instruments and in optical communications.

Photonic Time-stretch Enables Real-time Monitoring of Streaming Video

January 20, 2015

Coherent Time-Stretch Transform for Near-Field Spectroscopy

May 20, 2014

Nature Photonics link pdf

September 25, 2013

Congratulations to Eric Diebold and Brandon Buckley whose work was published in Nature Photonics!

Congratulations to Peter DeVore and David Borlaug whose work was selected for the rear cover of Physica Status Solidi Rapid Research Letters!

August 15, 2013

Wiley link pdf

 Interactive Time-Stretch Camera Design Calculator Goes Live link

August 13, 2013

Rogue events are statistically rare but carry a huge impact. 

July 18, 2013

 Congratulations to David Borlaug for being awarded a PhD Fellowship from Sandia National Labs.

June 29, 2013

 Congratulations to our alumnus and now Professor at the College of Optics (CREOL) in University of Central Florida, Sasan Fathpour, for winning the prestigious Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award.

May 24, 2013

Congratulations to Eric Diebold for winning the UCLA Chancellors Postdoctoral Award.

May 7, 2013

January, 2013

Dispersive Fourier transformation is an emerging measurement technique that overcomes the speed limitations of traditional optical instruments and enables fast continuous single-shot measurements in optical sensing, spectroscopy and imaging.

January, 2013

Stochastically driven nonlinear processes are responsible for spontaneous pattern formation and instabilities in numerous natural and artificial systems, including well-known examples such as sand ripples, cloud formations, water waves, animal pigmentation and heart rhythms. 

High-throughput single-microparticle imaging flow analyzer

January 20, 2015

Undergraduate researcher Rebecca Brown got admitted to and will attend medical school in July 2013.

Postdoctoral scholar Keisuke Goda (2007-2012) appointed Full Professor at University of Tokyo.

Professor Bahram Jalali received the 2012 Aron Kressel Award from the IEEE photonics society.

September 25, 2013

Professor Bahram Jalali received The 2012 Distinguished Engineering Achievement Award from The Engineers' Council.

Ali Fard has won the 2011-2012 Electrical Engineering Department's Distinguished Ph.D. Dissertation Award in Physical & Wave Electronics.

Kam Yan Hon's paper titled " The Third-Order Nonlinear Optical Coefficients of Si, Ge, and Si(1-x)Ge(x) in the midwave and longwave infrared" has been selected to be on the cover of Journal of Applied Physics. Congratulations!

Ali Fard wins SPIE Scholarship. This award recognizes his academic and research excellence in the field of optics and photonics. Congratulations!

 Congratulations to our alumnus and now Professor at the College of Optics (CREOL) in University of Central Florida, Sasan Fathpour, for winning the prestigious Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award.

May 24, 2013

Keisuke Goda wins Burroughs Welcome Fund Career Awardat the Scientific Interface! 

January, 2013

Dispersive Fourier transformation is an emerging measurement technique that overcomes the speed limitations of traditional optical instruments and enables fast continuous single-shot measurements in optical sensing, spectroscopy and imaging.

PRESS COVERAGE

Article titled "Time Stretch Microscopy And Machine Learning: Powerful Tools For Cancer Diagnostics" featured on Diagnostics World News spotlights out research work on AI Time Stretch Microscope. link

Postdoctoral scholar Keisuke Goda (2007-2012) appointed Full Professor at University of Tokyo.

In February 2016, Jalali-Lab released its code for the Phase Stretch Transform (PST) on Github, the main open source software repository as well as on Matlab File Exchange. PST is the edge detection algorithm inspired by the physics of Photonic Time Stretch invented by Jalali-lab. The algorithm received extraordinary endorsements by the software and image processing community. 

Leaders in Pharmaceutical Business Intelligence (LPBI) Group publish an article titled "Microscope uses nanosecond-speed laser and deep learning to detect cancer cells more efficiently" highlighting our recent research work on AI Time Stretch Microscope. link

Mathworks has taken deep interest in our work on AI Time Stretch Microscope. A recent article on their blog has highlighted the use of MATLAB for physical modeling, image processing, and machine learning in our recent research work.

Jalali-Lab recent publication entitled "Deep Learning in Label-free Cell Classification" has been viewed more than 33,000 times in less than 5 months following its publication. link

NEWSROOM

Microscope uses artificial intelligence to find cancer cells more efficiently link

The Anamorphic Stretch Transform: Putting the Squeeze on 'Big Data' link pdf

Slow Motion at the Speed of Light linkpdf

Method to Achieve High Accuracy Classification of Cancer Cells in Native Form link pdf

New data compression method reduces big-data bottleneck link link

'Warping' compresses big data link pdf

UCLA Researchers Build World's Fastest Camera to Screen for Cancer link pdf

First silicon laser pulses with life link pdf

Ultrafast Camera Could Detect Wandering Cancer Cells link pdf

JAWS Filter Generates Sawtooth link pdf

The Real Sea Monsters link pdf

Two Tools in One link pdf

GigOptix's 100G Modulator link pdf

World's fastest camera link pdf

Debut for world's fastest camera link pdf

New camera 1000 times faster than competitors link pdf

Researchers develop world's fastest bar code reader link pdf

Pure silicon laser debuts link pdf

World's first all-silicon laser link pdf

Californians build first silicon laser linkpdf

Click here for a complete list of press coverages.

RESEARCH

Unlocking the Mysteries of Science

Microscope
Scientist in the Lab

AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE PREVENTION

In an effort to gain a better understanding of the world around us, we have recently begun to use a new technique to investigate the organization and functionality of the diverse parts of our experimental model. We are currently looking to expand this work by collaborating with other labs who have the facilities and prior experience to investigate this project further.

NEW GENERATIONS, NEW DISEASES

With work previously done by a former lab member, we have developed a powerful tool for use in the identification and characterization of the processes in our model system. A major advantage of this development is its improved sensitivity, which allows it to detect subtle dynamic property changes in response to our experimentation.

JALALI-LAB @ UCLA
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California, Los Angeles
420 Westwood Plaza
Engineering IV, Rm 63-128
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Lab: (310) 206-4554

Bahram Jalali

Professor
68-109 Engineering IV
Office: (310) 825-9655
Fax: (310) 206-2239
email: jalali [ at ] ucla.edu

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Location:
The JALALI-LAB @ UCLA is located at 420 Westwood Plaza,

Los Angeles, CA 90095 in Engineering IV, Rm. 63-128.

The lab phone number is (310) 206-4554.

Prof. Jalali's office is located down the hall from the lab in Rm. 68-109.

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