Vadim Markel

Associate Professor of Radiology and
Bioengineering (BE)

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Research Expertise: Imaging Theory and Analysis

Vadim's research is devoted, in one way or another, to studying the interaction of light with matter or to using light to probe the structure and properties of matter. This intersects with the areas of condensed matter physics, chemical physics, atomic and molecular spectroscopy, nano-optics and biomedical optical imaging. The problems that arise in biomedical imaging with light are often very mathematical in nature, which brought Vadim to the fields of radiative transport and inverse problems.

PhD Physics 1995 - New Mexico State University

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