Alexander Khmaladze

Alexander Khmaladze

Associate Professor of Physics
Department of Physics


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  • PhD in Applied Physics, University of South Florida (2008)
  • Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Michigan (2008 – 2013)
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Research Areas:

Raman spectroscopy and microscopy, three-dimensional digital holographic imaging, microscope design, hyperspectral imaging of live cells and biological tissue imaging.


Current Research and Publication:

See µBioLab:

The non-invasive nature of optical techniques enables researchers to study a great variety of materials under conditions approaching or similar to their "natural" environment. This is especially relevant to live biological specimens, which can be studied both in-vitro and in-vivo, providing a unique insight into the dynamic processes occurring in live organisms. In recent years, the emphasis has been shifting towards the technologies that combine several different imaging techniques to study a particular biological system. Each technique then allows measuring a partially overlapping set of parameters, leading to deeper understanding of the processes occurring within that system.