Dr Galiya Sharafutdinova
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences (Physics)
- Phone:(02) 4921 5430
Research in the area of scanners for laser scanning fluorescence microscopy particularly confocal and two- and multi-photon systems. Familiar with the Femto-second ultra-short pulsed laser (Ti:S) as an excitation source for two-photon microscopy. Develop and investigate an optical system performance using OSLO, the optics software for layout and optimization. Develop a new 3D volume scanner which can be used for imaging a scattering media.
Can teach raytrace and modeling optical software OSLO and TracePro.
From my point of view, I do manage the second year Physics teaching laboratory. Officially, I am a technical officer.
- PhD (Physics), University of Newcastle
- Image reconstruction: learning: filtered back projection
- OSLO (Optics Software for Layout and Optimization)
- Optical mammography, imaging scattering media, 3D volume scanner
- Optical modelling, advance raytrace software, investigating an optical system performance using OSLO and TracePro software.
- TracePro: advanced ray tracing, illumination design, analysis, and optimization software.
- optical scanners for microscopy
- two-photon and confocal microscopy
- Russian (Fluent)
Fields of Research
|020599||Optical Physics not elsewhere classified||100|
|Dates||Title||Organisation / Department|
|1/01/2010 -||Membership - Australian Institute of Physics||Australian Institute of Physics
|1/01/2010 -||Membership - Australian Optical Society||Australian Optical Society
|1/01/2009 -||Membership - Optical Society of America||Optical Society of America
|1/01/2009 - 31/12/2011||Membership - Fluorescent Applications in Biotechnology and Life Sciences||Fluorescent Applications in Biotechnology and Life Sciences
|Dates||Title||Organisation / Department|
|1/10/2011 - 26/06/2016||
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Journal article (4 outputs)
Sharafutdinova G, Cvetanovski M, Walton D, Guest B, Foster J, Piszczuk G, Furst J, 'Distance learning laboratory: A remote Atomic and Nuclear Physics experiment', Australian Physics, 50 55-59 (2013) [C2]
While it is clear that on-line education offers new opportunities for students to study in a way that suits their particular learning style, there are laboratory-based disciplines... [more]
While it is clear that on-line education offers new opportunities for students to study in a way that suits their particular learning style, there are laboratory-based disciplines that require hands-on experience with real world systems. This is especially true in Physics where a standard curriculum involves a large amount of laboratory-based work. While computer-based simulation software has been used extensively in engineering and various science-based areas these are not a direct substitute for traditional Physics experimental labs which provide students with the practical skills of handling real equipment, and measuring with sufficient accuracy and precision to allow comparison with various theoretical predictions. On-line laboratories where distance students have remote control over real laboratory equipment is a practical alternative to traditional physics laboratories, at least for some classes of experiments. This paper describes the development of a remote-controlled Cosmic Ray Telescope experiment at the University of Newcastle.
Sharafutdinova G, Holdsworth JL, Van Helden DF, 'Calculated two-photon fluorescence correction factors for reflective scan engines', Applied Optics, 49 1472-1479 (2010) [C1]
Sharafutdinova G, Holdsworth JL, Van Helden DF, 'Improved field scanner incorporating parabolic optics. Part 2: experimental verification and potential for volume scanning', Applied Optics, 49 5517-5527 (2010) [C1]
Sharafutdinova G, Holdsworth JL, Van Helden DF, 'Improved field scanner incorporating parabolic optics: Part 1: Simulation', Applied Optics, 48 4389-4396 (2009) [C1]
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Conference (13 outputs)
Vafa E, Roberts N, Sharafutdinova G, Holdsworth JL, 'A volume scanner for diffuse imaging', Proc. SPIE 10013, SPIE BioPhotonics Australasia, 1001337 (November 24, 2016); doi:10.1117/12.2242971, Adelaide (2016)
Sharafutdinova G, Tegg L, Lazarte I, Vafa E, Andersson-Engels S, Holdsworth JL, 'A new volume scanner', Proc. SPIE 9538, Diffuse Optical Imaging V, 95381B (July 16, 2015), Munich (2015) [E3]
|2015||Sharafutdinova G, 'Physics Lab Experiments in new teaching environment', Sydney (2015) [O1]|
Sharafutdinova G, Holdsworth JL, Hosseini A, Vafa E, van Helden D, 'Investigating a New Volume Scanner', Proceedings of 2013 Australian and New Zealand Conference on Optics and Photonics, Fremantle, W.A. (2014) [E1]
Lazarte I, Sharafutdinova G, Holdsworth JL, van Helden D, van Helden D, 'A Novel Scanner For Diffuse Media Imaging', Abstracts. AIP Congress 2014, ANU (2014) [E3]
Sharafutdinova G, Hosseini A, Holdsworth JL, van Helden D, 'Investigating A New Volume Scanner', ANZCOP 2013, Fremantle, WA (2013) [E3]
Holdsworth JL, Sharafutdinova G, Sanderson MJ, Van Helden DF, 'Off-axis parabolic optical relays: almost perfect imaging', Proceedings of SPIE: 22nd Congress of the International Commission for Optics: Light for the Development of the World, Puebla, Mexico (2011) [E1]
Sharafutdinova G, Cvetanovski M, Walton D, Guest B, Foster J, Piszczuk G, Furst JE, 'Remote laboratory for interactive learning', Technet 2011 National Conference Handbook, Bathurst (2011) [E3]
Sharafutdinova G, Holdsworth JL, Van Helden DF, 'Comparative scan engine field flatness', 19th Australian Institute of Physics Congress. Extended Abstracts and Refereed Full Papers, Melbourne, Vic (2010) [E1]
Sharafutdinova G, Holdsworth JL, Van Helden DF, 'A new scanner design for two-photon fluorescence fast imaging microscopy', Light in Life Sciences Conference 2009: Program, Melbourne, VIC (2009) [E3]
Sharafutdinova G, Holdsworth JL, Van Helden DF, 'Scan engine induced pulse broadening in two-photon microscopy', Nanophotonics Down Under 2009: Devices and Applications: Program, Melbourne, VIC (2009) [E2]
Sharafutdinova G, Holdsworth JL, Legge SR, Van Helden DF, 'Comparative performance of four-mirror parabolic and spherical afocal relays', ACOLS ACOFT 09 Conference: Proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Optics, Lasers and Spectroscopy and Australian Conference on Optical Fibre Technology in Association, Adelaide, SA (2009) [E1]
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Grants and Funding
|Number of grants||1|
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20131 grants / $13,287
Funding body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Science & IT
|Funding body||University of Newcastle - Faculty of Science & IT|
|Project Team||Doctor John Holdsworth, Doctor Galiya Sharafutdinova, Professor Dirk Van Helden|
|Scheme||Strategic Initiative Research Fund (SIRF)|
|Type Of Funding||Internal|
Dr Galiya Sharafutdinova
Technical Officer PHYS2000
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Faculty of Science
|Phone||(02) 4921 5430|
|Fax||(02) 4921 6907|
|Location||University Drive CALLAGHAN NSW 2308 AUSTRALIA