Prof. Dr. Martin Wolf

Martin Wolf is professor of Biomedical Optics at the University of Zurich. He received his Ph.D. from ETH Zurich. Dr. Wolf heads the Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory, which specializes in developing techniques to measure and quantitatively image oxygenation of brain, muscle, tumor and other tissues. His aim is to translate these techniques to clinical application for the benefit of adult patients and preterm infants.

Postdoc and research fellows
​Postdoc and research fellow
Alexander Kalyanov, research fellow
A.Kalyanov works in a field of tomographic imaging of tissue oxygenation. He is team leader of Pioneer project – time-resolved near-infrared optical tomography system.
​Dr. Scott Lindner, postdoc
S. Lindner designs time-of-flight image sensors for near-infrared optical tomography.

​Dr. Wuwei Ren, postdoctoral researcher and BRIDGE fellow
W. Ren works on image reconstruction and optical imaging. He leads a BRIDGE proof-of-concept project – KaleiBox: a portable device for multifunctional fluorescence tomography.

Dr. sc. nat. Felix Scholkmann
Felix Scholkmann is researcher in the field of optical neuroimaging (neurophotonics; cerebral NIRS oximetry and functional NIRS, fNIRS), biomedical signal processing, neuroscience, biophysics and integrative human physiology.

PhD students

PhD students

Aldo Di Costanzo Mata, ETH Zurich doctoral student
Team member of the Pioneer project working on the thesis “Time-resolved near-infrared optical tomography for imaging of cerebral oxygenation to detect ischemia in preterm infants”.
Helene Isler, MSc Physics ETHZ, MAS Medizinphysik ETHZ, PhD at BORL
H. Isler works in the field of near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS). Her work focuses on improving and developing NIRS monitoring devices for clinical application.
Jingjing Jiang, Msc., Phd. Candidate at ETHZ

Jingjing Jiang is a doctoral student at ETH Zurich supervised by Prof. Martin Wolf. She focuses on image reconstruction for time resolved NIROT.

Daniel Ostojic, MAS ETH MP, Scientific Assistant

D.Ostojic works in a field of near infrared spectroscopy for monitoring of tissue oxygenation. He is a PhD student and team member of Oxyprem for cerebral NIRS diagnostics.

Master students

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