Welcome to the Kallepalli Biophotonics and Optics Lab

We work at the interface of biomedical imaging, biophotonics, novel imaging systems, and image analysis. Through our collaborative research projects, with students and academic faculty, we are keen on unravelling new information either from light-matter interactions or from images.

Our lab works on a range of research projects, ranging for hyperspectral image analysis from airborne platforms, microscopes and microscopy to image analysis and machine learning.

If you are curious, keen to work with us or up for a coffee and a chat, get in touch!

Latest Updates and Highlights

So glad and honoured!
“Best Dissertation Supervisor of the Year” at the University of Glasgow 2022 Students’ Representative Council Student Teaching Awards!

Cover feature, IEEE Photonics Society Newsletter, December 2021

Relevant Links:
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  • Gibson G., Archibald R., Main M., Kallepalli A.
    Modular Light Sources for Microscopy and Beyond (ModLight)
    Preprint Access

  • Kallepalli A., Viani L., Stellinga D., Rotunno E., Sun M-J., Bowman R., Rosi P., Frabboni S., Balboni R., Migliori A., Grillo V., Padgett M. J.
    Computational ghost imaging for transmission electron microscopy (2022)
    Preprint Access

  • Kallepalli A. and James D. B.
    Laser Beam Profiling: Cost-Effective Solutions (2022)
    Book, IOP Publishing
    Accessible on the IOP Website

  • Main M., Pilkington R. J. J., Gibson G. M., Kallepalli A. Simulated assessment of light transport through ischaemic skin flaps. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (2022); DOI: 10.1016/j.bjoms.2022.03.004

Get in Touch

Reach out to Dr Akhil Kallepalli for any information, updates and requests regarding collaborations and student projects.

Work: Floor 3, Optics Group,
Advanced Research Centre (ARC),
University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ

Post: Kelvin Building, School of Physics and Astronomy,
University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ