Professor and co-Director BioImaging Center, Biomedical Engineering
Xavier Intes received a Ph.D. degree in 1998 in physics from the University of Bretagne Occidentale (France) for his contributions in characterization of propagation of optical scalar waves in highly diffuse medium. He then joined Prof Britton Chance laboratory in 1999 as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. He held simultaneously postdoctoral appointments in the departments of Biochemistry and Biophysics, of Radiology under the mentorship of Prof Britton Chance and the department of Astronomy and Physics under the mentorship of Prof Arjun Yodh. In 2001, he acted as the Director of Research of the Medical Diagnostic Research Foundation, Philadelphia, USA, and the Director of Research of Optical Devices Inc., Philadelphia, USA. In 2003 he joined Advanced Research Technologies Inc as as ART's Chief Scientist. He is an AIMBE fellow.
Ph.D. Physics (Universite de Bretagne Occidentale (France), 1998)
M.S. Physics (Universite de Bretagne Occidentale, 1994)
B.S. Physics (Universite de Bretagne Occidentale, 1992)
- biomedical imaging
- biomedical instrumentation
- medical devices
- > 70 journal publications; h-index: 32; Citations> 3000; http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=J5KmM0YAAAAJ&hl=en
- Book: "Translational Multimodality Optical Imaging," Fred S Azar and Xavier Intes Editors, Artech House Publishing, 386 pages, 2008.
- Book: "Imaging from cells to animals in vivo," Margarida Barroso and Xavier Intes Editors, Taylor & Francis-CRC Press, in progress
- Q Pian, R Yao, N Sinsuebphon, X Intes, “Compressive Hyperspectral Time-resolved Wide-Field Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging,” Nature Photonics, http://rdcu.be/te9i (2017)
- F Long and X Intes, “Dental optical tomography with UCNPs,” Journal of Biomedical Optics 22(6), 066001 (2017).
- W Han, F Long, W Cong, X Intes and Ge Wang, “Radiative transfer with delta-Eddington-type phase functions,” Applied Mathematics and Computation 300, 70-78 (2017)
- F Long, F Li, X Intes and S Kotha, “Efficient optical radiative transfer equation modeling by streamline diffusion modified continuous Garlekin method,” Journal of Biomedical Optics 21(3), 036003 (2016).
- R Yao, X Intes and Q Fang, “Generalized Mesh-based Monte Carlo for Wide-field Sources and Detectors via Mesh Retesselation,” Biomedical Optics Express, 7(1) 171-184 (2016).