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Ultraslow Light And Nondegenerate Phase Conjugation-Based Real-Time, Non-Invasive, In-Vivo Deep-Tissue Optical Imaging Apparatus, Photodynamic Therapy Apparatus, Optical Imaging Method And Photodynamic Therapy Method
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2016-08-26
The present invention provides a method which can significantly increase the signal-to-noise ratio of an ultrasound-modulated optical signal by overcoming the shallow depth problem of in vivo optical imaging in existing optical imaging by use of a quantum optical phenomenon based on ultraslow light and nondegenerate phase conjugation and which can be applied directly not only to medical optical imaging, but also to medical photodynamic therapy, through slow light amplification of phase conjugate waves.
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2016-09-08
Disclosed herein are a graphene-based membrane and a method of manufacturing the same. The graphene-based membrane includes: monolayer graphene containing defects; a deposition layer disposed on the defects; and nanopores surrounded by the deposition layer. The method of manufacturing a graphene-based membrane includes forming a monolayer graphene sheet and partially forming a deposition layer on the graphene sheet.
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2016-08-12
The present invention relates to an amino acid-based compound for detecting carbon dioxide, and to a carbon dioxide chemical sensor and a carbon dioxide detection method using the compound, wherein the compound having selectivity with respect to carbon dioxide exhibits a high selectivity to carbon dioxide and thus may detect carbon dioxide of a very low concentration, exhibits excellent light-absorbing or fluorescent characteristics, and, in particular, may achieve an effect of detecting carbon dioxide in real time.
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2016-08-05
The present disclosure relates to a complex for detecting a target material comprising upconverting nanoparticles; and at least one target material specific aptamer-quencher, connected through a linker with the upconverting nanoparticles, a method of preparing the same, a kit for detecting a target material comprising the same, and a method of detecting a target material using the same. According to the present disclosure, different target materials in samples can be quantified or detected accurately based on luminescence resonance energy transfer (LRET) of the upconverting nanoparticles (UCNPs) excited by a near infrared (NIR) light source.
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2016-11-10
The present invention relates to an optical fiber for an SPR sensor, characterized in that the optical fiber is comprised of a core layer and a cladding layer surrounding the core layer, and the cladding layer is doped with metal nanoparticles.
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2015-02-09
Disclosed herein is an optical fiber laser device including a seed unit for providing at least two seed lights having different wavelengths; and an amplifying unit for amplifying the at least two seed lights. The amplifying unit includes: a preamplifying unit for amplifying the at least two seed lights by using excitation light of which the wavelength is shorter than the wavelengths of the seed lights; and a final amplifying unit to which no separate excitation light source is provided. The final amplifying unit amplifies the seed light having the longest wavelength by using the other seed light as excitation light with respect to the seed light having the longest wavelength among the at least two seed light.
Agency: European Commission | Branch: H2020 | Program: RIA | Phase: LCE-24-2016 | Award Amount: 3.21M | Year: 2016
ROLINCAP will search, identify and test novel phase-change solvents, including aqueous and non-aqueous options, as well as phase-change packed bed and Rotating Packed Bed processes for post-combustion CO2 capture. These are high-potential technologies, still in their infancy, with initial evidence pointing to regeneration energy requirements below 2.0 GJ/ton CO2 and considerable reduction of the equipment size, several times compared to conventional processes . These goals will be approached through a holistic decision making framework consisting of methods for modeling and design that have the potential for real breakthroughs in CO2 capture research. The tools proposed in ROLINCAP will cover a vast space of solvent and process options going far beyond the capabilities of existing simulators. ROLINCAP follows a radically new path by proposing one predictive modelling framework, in the form of the SAFT- equation of state, for both physical and chemical equilibrium, for a wide range of phase behaviours and of molecular structures. The envisaged thermodynamic model will be used in optimization-based Computer-aided Molecular Design of phase-change solvents in order to identify options beyond the very few previously identified phase-change solvents. Advanced process design approaches will be used for the development of highly intensified Rotating Packed Bed processes. Phase-change solvents will be considered with respect to their economic and operability RPB process characteristics. The sustainability of both the new solvents and the packed-bed and RPB processes will be investigated considering holistic Life Cycle Assessment analysis and Safety Health and Environmental Hazard assessment. Selected phase-change solvents, new RPB column concepts and packing materials will be tested at TRL 4 and 5 pilot plants. Software in the form of a new SAFT- equation of state will be tested at TRL 5 in the gPROMS process simulator.
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2016-05-27
Disclosed herein is a microscope. The microscope includes: a lens system receiving light emitted from a light source and containing image information of an observation object; turbid media interposed between the observation object and the lens system; and an image acquisition device acquiring the image information, wherein the image acquisition device comprises: an image sensor acquiring information of light passing through the lens system; a transmission matrix storage unit previously storing a transmission matrix indicating a transmission state of various light components entering the light entrance portion; and an image recovery unit recovering the image information from the information of light acquired by the image sensor through compressed sensing using a sparse representation based on the transmission matrix. The microscope can provide improved image quality and can acquire an image through simple operation.
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2016-06-24
A carbon dioxide absorbent according to the present disclosure includes a diamine compound including primary and tertiary amines, a polar aprotic solvent and a protic solvent. In addition, a method for regenerating a carbon dioxide absorbent according to the present disclosure includes a carbon dioxide absorbent including a diamine compound including primary and tertiary amines, a polar aprotic solvent and a protic solvent absorbing carbon dioxide, and removing the carbon dioxide by heating the carbon dioxide-absorbed carbon dioxide absorbent.
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology | Date: 2016-04-11
The present disclosure relates to a technique for improving the ionic conductivity by introducing an electric field concept to a process for preparing an ion exchange membrane and deflecting an ion channel within an ion exchange membrane in one direction, and specifically to a device for fabricating an ion exchange membrane and a method therefor in a roll-to-roll manner and a casting manner with a deflected ion channel which can improve the ionic conductivity of the ion exchange membrane by reducing a travelling distance of the ions in the deflected ion channels.