Laser Physics and Spectroscopy

The Laser Physics and Spectroscopy group carries out an inter- and multi-disciplinary research involving applications of Raman spectroscopy in detection of various toxic chemicals, disease screening such as malaria, detection of radioactive elements among others. It also explores various potential uses of LIBS. The group also uses extensively chemometric statistical techniques such as PCA, PLSR, MLR, Artificial Neural nentworks among others in data analysis and quantification.Research involving Holographic and optical imaging of biological cells is also carried in the group.

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