Keyvan Jaferzadeh

Keyvan Jaferzadeh

Postdoktor|Postdoc

  • Professional title: Postdoc
  • Academic title: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
  • Department: Department of Electronics Design (EKS)
  • Telephone: 010-142 83 75
  • Email: keyvan.jaferzadeh@miun.se
  • Location: Sundsvall
  • Research centers: Sensible Things that Communicate
  • Employee in the subject: Biology, Computer Science, Electronics, Engineering Physics, Informatics

Keyvan Jaferzadeh Publications

HONORS AND AWARDS
• Korean Government Scholarship Program 2013 for Studying Ph.D.
• Best SPIE conference paper award (Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display).

US Patents:
• Inkyu Moon, Keyvan Jaferzadeh, “MORPHOLOGICAL CELL PARAMETER-BASED RED BLOOD CELL TEST METHOD AND DIGITAL HOLOGRAPHIC MICROSCOPE USED THEREIN.” US Patent 20,170,357,211.
• Inkyu Moon, Keyvan Jaferzadeh, “METHOD OF MEASURING RED BLOOD CELL MEMBRANE FLUCTUATIONS BASED ON DYNAMIC CELL PARAMETERS AND DIGITAL HOLOGRAPHIC MICROSCOPE USED THEREFOR.” US Patent 20,170,356,845.

Journal Publications:
• Jaferzadeh. K, Rappaz. B, Kuttler. F, Kim. BK, Moon. I, Marquet. P Turcatti. G., “Marker-free automatic quantification of drug-treated cardiomyocytes with digital holographic imaging.” ACS Photonics journal (DOI: 10.1021/acsphotonics.9b01152, Accepted on December 12, 2019). (IF=7.143)
• Jaferzadeh. K., Moon. I, Bardyn. M, Prudent. M, Tissot. J-D, Rappaz. B, Javidi. B, Turcatti. G, & Marquet. P, “Quantification of stored red blood cell fluctuations by time-lapse holographic cell imaging.” Biomedical Optics Express, 9(10), 4714-4729(2018). (IF=3.901)
• Jaferzadeh. K, et al., “Quantitative analysis of three-dimensional morphology and membrane dynamics of red blood cells during temperature elevation.” Scientific Reports 9(1):14062.(IF=4.525)
• Jaferzadeh. K, Moon. I, “Human red blood cell recognition enhancement with three-dimensional morphological features obtained by digital holographic imaging.” Journal of Biomedical Optics DOI:10.1117/1.JBO.21.12.126015. (IF=2.578)
• Jaferzadeh. K, Moon. I, “Quantitative investigation of red blood cell three-dimensional geometric and chemical changes in the storage lesion using digital holographic microscopy.” Journal of Biomedical Optics DOI: 10.1117/1.JBO.20.11.111218. (IF=2.578)
• Jaferzadeh. K, Hwang. S-H, Moon. I, & Javidi. B, “No-search focus prediction at the single cell level in digital holographic imaging with deep convolutional neural network.” Biomedical Optics Express, 10(8), 4276(2019). (IF=3.901)
• Jaferzadeh. K, Gholami. S, & Moon. I, “Lossless and lossy compression of quantitative phase images of red blood cells obtained by digital holographic imaging.” Applied Optics, Volume 55, Issue 36, P 10409-10416. (IF=1.973)
• Jaferzadeh. K, Moon. I, & Gholami. S, “Enhancing fractal image compression speed using local features for reducing search space.” Pattern Analysis and Applications, DOI 10.1007/s10044-016-0551-1. (IF=1.410)
• Jaferzadeh. K, Kiani. K, & Mozaffari. S, “Acceleration of Fractal Image Compression Using Fuzzy Clustering and discrete-cosine-transform-based Metric.” IET Image Processing, Volume 6, Issue 7, 2012, p. 1024-1030. (IF=2.074)
• Moon, I., Jaferzadeh. K…. & Javidi. B. “Automated quantitative analysis of multiple cardiomyocytes at the single‐cell level with three‐dimensional holographic imaging informatics.” Journal of Biophotonics, 11(12), e201800116. (2018). (IF=3.768)
• Ahmadzadeh. E, Jaferzadeh. K, et al., “Automated single cardiomyocyte characterization by nucleus extraction from dynamic holographic images using fully convolutional neural network”. Biomedical Optics Express (DOI 10.1364/BOE.385218). (IF=3.901)
• Moon. I, Ahmadzadeh. E, Jaferzadeh. K, & Kim. N. "Automated quantification study of human cardiomyocyte synchronization using holographic imaging." Biomedical Optics Express 10, no. 2: 610-621, (2019). (IF=3.901)
• Ahmadzadeh. E, Jaferzadeh. K, Lee. J, & Moon. I. “Automated three-dimensional morphology-based clustering of human erythrocytes with regular shapes: stomatocytes, discocytes, and echinocytes.” Journal of Biomedical Optics 22, no. 7. (IF=2.578)
• Bardyn. M, Rappaz. B, Jaferzadeh. K, Crettaz. D, Tissot. JD, Moon. I, Turcatti. G, Lion. N, & Prudent. M. “Red blood cells ageing markers: a multi-parametric analysis.” Blood Transfusion 15, no. 3 (2017): 239. (IF=3.352)
• Gholami. S, Jaferzadeh. K, Shin. S, & Moon. I, “An efficient image-based verification scheme by fusion of double random phase encoding and dynamic chaotic map”, Multimed Tools Appl (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11042-019-7714-1. (IF=1.541)
• Gholami. S, Jaferzadeh. K, Shin. S, & Moon. I, “Efficient Compression Schemes for Double Random Phase-encoded Data for Image Authentication”, Current Optics and Photonics. (IF=0.573)

Area of interest

Digital Holography applications in life sciences,
2D and 3D image processing,
Machine Learning application in light sciences

Research

My current research is about using hyperspectral cameras in studying different surfaces.

Publications

Articles in journals

Moon, I. , Jaferzadeh, K. , Kim, Y. & Javidi, B. (2020). Noise-free quantitative phase imaging in Gabor holography with conditional generative adversarial network. Optics Express, vol. 28: 18, pp. 26284-26301.