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UTP Postgraduate Student Got Accepted for his Joint Research Work with IP TSP, France Under Erasmus+ Programme
On 12 July 2022
​Ghulam E Mustafa Abro, one of the postgraduate students from Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department of Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), has successfully performed a joint research work with full Professor Dr. Patrick Horain and Research Engineer Ms. Juliana Damurie. Both co-authors work at Advanced Research and Techniques for Multidimensional Imaging Systems (ARTEMIS), Institute Polytechnique De Paris, Telecom SudParis, France. Their Joint work titled as "Image Reconstruction and Calibration Strategies for Fourier Ptychographic Microscopy - A Brief Review" has been accepted at IEEE 5th International Symposium on Robotics and Manufacturing (ROMA) 2022. This research work is all about Fourier Ptychographic microscopy (FPM) which is a low-cost but among the high throughput techniques. The main aim of FPM is to increase the space bandwidth product (SBP). In a microscope, one may trade of either to have a large image with low resolution or a small image with high resolution this is commonly termed as SBP that stands for space bandwidth product and defined as a product between field of view (FoV) and bandwidth of images in frequency domain. 


Mr. Abro Presenting UTP Corporate Pen to Prof. Patrick Horain as memento to strengthen the inter-academic relations 

Researchers have developed a Fourier ptychographic microscopy (FPM) by introducing hardware design and computational imaging methods that provide high resolution images and wide field for viewing the image. One of the methods is to place number of LEDs beneath the slice in microscope to accumulate the information. Therefore, this joint research investigates the fundamental concept of Ptychographic Fourier microscopy along with the state-of-the-art approaches and the analysis related to auto-calibration of LEDs. In addition to this, Mr. Abro provided essential directions for upcoming researchers to achieve robust results using FPM in his last presentation to Prof. Patrick. He achieved this joint research work acceptance during his research attachment from April 2022 to July 2022 under ERASMUS+ Program. 

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