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Sujal Bista, Sagar Chowdhury, Satyandra K. Gupta, Amitabh Varshney
Laser beams can be used to create optical traps that can hold and transport small particles. Optical trapping has been used in a number of applications ranging from prototyping at the microscale to biological cell manipulation. Successfully using optical tweezers requires predicting optical forces on the particle being trapped and transported. Reasonably accurate theory and […]
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Robert Patro, John P. Dickerson, Sujal Bista, Satyandra K. Gupta, Amitabh Varshney
In this paper, we introduce a GPU-based framework for simulating particle trajectories under both static and dynamic force fields. By exploiting the highly parallel nature of the problem and making efficient use of the available hardware, our simulator exhibits a significant speedup over its CPU-based analog. We apply our framework to a specific experimental simulation: […]
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G. Thalhammer, R. Steiger, M. Meinschad, M. Hill, S. Bernet, M. Ritsch-Marte
Combining several methods for contact free micro-manipulation of small particles such as cells or micro-organisms provides the advantages of each method in a single setup. Optical tweezers, which employ focused laser beams, offer very precise and selective handling of single particles. On the other hand, acoustic trapping with wavelengths of about 1 mm allows the […]
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S. Bianchi, R. Di Leonardo
Holographic optical tweezers allow the three dimensional, dynamic, multipoint manipulation of micron sized dielectric objects. Exploiting the massive parallel architecture of modern GPUs we can generate highly optimized holograms at video frame rate allowing the interactive micro-manipulation of complex structures.
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