Keck 3D Fusion Microscope
Keck 3D Fusion Microscope is housed in the CenSSIS Laboratory. Along with other equipment there, it provides a testbed for new imaging ideas in collaboration between biologists and engineers. BioBED is a Northeastern University shared resource between Electrical and Computer Engineering and Biology. The microscope allows us to image samples with at least 5 different modalities (DIC, CRM, LSCM, TPLSM, and QTM) on the same stage. Learn more...
Collections of software utilities designed to address classes of problems that exist within the subsurface sensing and imaging research domain. Currently, five toolboxes are available or under development within Gordon-CenSSIS. Download SSI Toolboxes...
- The Hyperspectral Toolbox - developed at UPRM
- The Multi-View Tomography Toolbox - developed at NU
- The Rensselaer Generalized Registration Library (RGRL) - developed at RPI
- Generalized Dual Bootstrap-ICP - developed at RPI
- The Integrated Medium for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging (IM-SSI) - under development at NU