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Aamir Ahmed Khan

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PhD Graduate Student
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Notre Dame

Contact Info

275 Fitzpatrick Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
(574) 631-2598
akhan3 [AT] nd.edu

Educational Background

M.Sc., Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany, 2010
B.E., NED University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi, Pakistan, 2007

Research Interests

Biological oxygen sensing, multiphoton microscopy, fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy.

Projects

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Publications

  1. A. Khan, T. Ahmed, G. Vigil, S. Fullerton-Shirey, and S. Howard, “Photophysical properties of novel Ru-complex probes for two-photon dissolved oxygen imaging,” in CLEO: Applications and Technology, (Optical Society of America, 2014), paper AW1L.2.
  2. A. Khan, E. DeLeon, T. Ahmed, S. Fullerton-Shirey, K. Olson, and S. Howard, “Chemical Probes for Two-Photon Bioimaging Based on Surfactant Nanomicelles and Ormosil PEBBLEs,” in CLEO: Science and Innovations, (Optical Society of America, 2013), paper JTu4A.107.
  3. R. Ghosh, A. Khan, R. Loloee, and S. Howard, “Novel Inorganic Nano-scale Phosphorescencent Probe for One or Two-photon Oxygen Imaging,” in Optics in the Life Sciences, (Optical Society of America, 2013), paper MW5C.4.
  4. S. Howard, A. Straub, N. Horton, D. Kobat, A. Khan, E. DeLeon, K. Olsen, and C. Xu, “Frequency Multiplexed in vivo Multiphoton Phosphorescence Lifetime Microscopy,” in Optics in the Life Sciences, (Optical Society of America, 2013), paper NTh2B.1.

Biography

Aamir was born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan. He studied electronic engineering at NED University of Engineering & Technology in the same city and graduated with distinction in 2007. He then received his M.Sc. degree with high distinction in communications engineering from Munich University of Technology, Germany in 2010. He won scholarship from the State of Bavaria during his master's studies. His thesis was in the field of high performance scientific computing and modeling of nanomagnetic logic devices.

After receiving his master's degree, he worked at the same university for 5 months as a researcher before starting PhD at University of Notre Dame in August 2011. Since then, he is working in Dr. Scott Howard's lab to develop novel multiphoton microscopy techniques for quantitative oxygen imaging in vivo. Aamir is one of the two recipients of Berry Family Foundation's graduate fellowship in Advanced Diagnostics & Therapeutics for academic year 2013-14.

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