Journal Publications with support from Einst

“Optical Micromanipulation System”

Abstract – A focused laser beam (using high numerical aperture objectives) provides enough optical force (in the order of piconewton) to physically hold and move microscopic dielectric objects in aqueous medium. These forces has been used to study a variety of biological systems. It is commonly known as an Optical Tweezers. Areas: Optical Physics, DNA Mechanics, Cell mechanics

“Far field interference measurements of vortex light fields in optical trapping”

W. M. Lee; A. E. Carruthers; V. Garcés-Chávez; K. Dholakia, Edited by Andrews, David L.; Galvez, Enrique J.; Nienhuis, Gerard. Proceedings of the SPIE, Volume 6483, pp. 64830N (2007)

“Optically trapped and controlled micro-apertures for studies of spatial coherence in an arbitrary light field”

W.M.Lee and K.Dholakia, Appl Phys Lett 2007 (In Press)

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