Jan Siegel
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Application of the stretched exponential function to fluorescence lifetime imaging
KCB Lee, J Siegel, SED Webb, S Leveque-Fort, MJ Cole, R Jones, ...
Biophysical journal 81 (3), 1265-1274, 2001
The influence of thermal diffusion on laser ablation of metal films
E Matthias, M Reichling, J Siegel, OW Käding, S Petzoldt, H Skurk, ...
Applied Physics A 58 (2), 129-136, 1994
Imaging the environment of green fluorescent protein
K Suhling, J Siegel, D Phillips, PMW French, S Lévêque-Fort, SED Webb, ...
Biophysical journal 83 (6), 3589-3595, 2002
Time-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging applied to biological tissue
D Elson, J Requejo-Isidro, I Munro, F Reavell, J Siegel, K Suhling, ...
Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 3 (8), 795-801, 2004
Rewritable phase-change optical recording in films induced by picosecond laser pulses
J Siegel, A Schropp, J Solis, CN Afonso, M Wuttig
Applied physics letters 84 (13), 2250-2252, 2004
Time‐domain whole‐field fluorescence lifetime imaging with optical sectioning
MJ Cole, J Siegel, SED Webb, R Jones, K Dowling, MJ Dayel, ...
Journal of Microscopy 203 (3), 246-257, 2001
Fluorescence lifetime imaging of unstained tissues: early results in human breast cancer
PJ Tadrous, J Siegel, PMW French, S Shousha, EN Lalani, GWH Stamp
The Journal of Pathology: A Journal of the Pathological Society of Great …, 2003
Dynamics of ultrafast phase changes in amorphous GeSb films
K Sokolowski-Tinten, J Solis, J Bialkowski, J Siegel, CN Afonso, ...
Physical review letters 81 (17), 3679, 1998
Time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy imaging applied to live cells
K Suhling, J Siegel, PMP Lanigan, S Lévêque-Fort, SED Webb, D Phillips, ...
Optics letters 29 (6), 584-586, 2004
Studying biological tissue with fluorescence lifetime imaging: microscopy, endoscopy, and complex decay profiles
J Siegel, DS Elson, SED Webb, KCB Lee, A Vlandas, GL Gambaruto, ...
Applied optics 42 (16), 2995-3004, 2003
Dynamics of plasma formation, relaxation, and topography modification induced by femtosecond laser pulses in crystalline and amorphous dielectrics
D Puerto, J Siegel, W Gawelda, M Galvan-Sosa, L Ehrentraut, J Bonse, ...
JOSA B 27 (5), 1065-1076, 2010
A wide-field time-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging microscope with optical sectioning
SED Webb, Y Gu, S Lévêque-Fort, J Siegel, MJ Cole, K Dowling, R Jones, ...
Review of Scientific Instruments 73 (4), 1898-1907, 2002
Wide-field time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy imaging (TR-FAIM): Imaging the rotational mobility of a fluorophore
J Siegel, K Suhling, S Lévêque-Fort, SED Webb, DM Davis, D Phillips, ...
Review of Scientific Instruments 74 (1), 182-192, 2003
Dynamics of ultrafast reversible phase transitions in GeSb films triggered by picosecond laser pulses
J Siegel, CN Afonso, J Solis
Applied physics letters 75 (20), 3102-3104, 1999
Amorphization dynamics of Ge2Sb2Te5 films upon nano-and femtosecond laser pulse irradiation
J Siegel, W Gawelda, D Puerto, C Dorronsoro, J Solis, CN Afonso, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 103 (2), 023516-023516-7, 2008
Ultrafast laser-induced phase transitions in amorphous GeSb films
JP Callan, AMT Kim, CAD Roeser, E Mazur, J Solis, J Siegel, CN Afonso, ...
Physical Review Letters 86 (16), 3650, 2001
UV-laser ablation of ductile and brittle metal films
J Siegel, E Matthias, K Ettrich, E Welsch
Applied Physics A 64 (2), 213-218, 1997
Waveguide structures in heavy metal oxide glass written with femtosecond laser pulses above the critical self-focusing threshold
J Siegel, JM Fernández-Navarro, A Garcia-Navarro, V Diez-Blanco, ...
Applied Physics Letters 86 (12), 121109, 2005
Time-and space-resolved dynamics of melting, ablation, and solidification phenomena induced by femtosecond laser pulses in germanium
J Bonse, G Bachelier, J Siegel, J Solis
Physical Review B 74 (13), 134106, 2006
Whole-field optically sectioned fluorescence lifetime imaging
MJ Cole, J Siegel, SED Webb, R Jones, K Dowling, PMW French, ...
Optics letters 25 (18), 1361-1363, 2000
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