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Jarjish  Rahaman

Jarjish Rahaman

Doctoral Researcher

Department of Technical Physics, Faculty of Science, Forestry and Technology

I am a doctoral researcher, and my Ph.D. thesis is titled “Modelling and Image Reconstruction for Smart Diffuse Optical Tomography”. Diffuse Optical Tomography (DOT) is an imaging technique for studying biological structures using visible and near-infrared light. It has potential applications in medicine, such as functional brain studies, breast cancer imaging, and small animal imaging.

I work in a MSCA-DN network CONcISE, where the aim is to develop data-efficient and quality-oriented techniques for biomedical optical imaging. My research focuses on DOT, where I develop modeling and inverse problem methodologies for a SMART-DOT system. My research involves the development of a light transport model, formulation of inverse problem solutions, and collaboration with fellow researchers within the network.