Martin Van der mark
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Light scattering in strongly scattering media: multiple scattering and weak localization
MB Van Der Mark, MP van Albada, A Lagendijk
Physical Review B 37 (7), 3575, 1988
Clinical optical tomography and NIR spectroscopy for breast cancer detection
SB Colak, MB Van der Mark, GW t Hooft, JH Hoogenraad, ...
IEEE Journal of selected topics in quantum electronics 5 (4), 1143-1158, 1999
Estimation of lipid and water concentrations in scattering media with diffuse optical spectroscopy from 900 to 1600 nm
R Nachabe, BHW Hendriks, AE Desjardins, M van der Voort, ...
Journal of biomedical optics 15 (3), 037015, 2010
Observation of weak localization of light in a finite slab: Anisotropy effects and light path classification
MP Van Albada, MB van der Mark, A Lagendijk
Physical review letters 58 (4), 361, 1987
Is the electron a photon with toroidal topology?
JG Williamson, MB Van der Mark
Annales de la Fondation Louis de Broglie 22 (2), 133-160, 1997
A novel fluorescent imaging agent for diffuse optical tomography of the breast: first clinical experience in patients
S Van De Ven, A Wiethoff, T Nielsen, B Brendel, M Van Der Voort, ...
Molecular imaging and biology 12 (3), 343-348, 2010
van der Linden, and FA Kuijpers,“Clinical optical tomography and NIR spectroscopy for breast cancer detection,”
SB Colak, MB Van Der Mark, JH GW’t Hooft, ES Hoogenraad
IEEE J. Sel. Top. Quantum Electron 5 (4), 1143-1158, 1999
Observation of the optical analogue of quantized conductance of a point contact
EA Montie, EC Cosman, MB Van der Mark, CWJ Beenakker
Development of an air gap servo system for high data transfer rate near field optical recording
JI Lee, M Van Der Aa, C Verschuren, F Zijp, M van der Mark
Japanese journal of applied physics 44 (5S), 3423, 2005
Near-field read-out of a 50-GB first-surface disc with NA= 1.9 and a proposal for a cover-layer-incident, dual-layer near-field system
F Zijp, MB van der Mark, JI Lee, CA Verschuren, BHW Hendriks, ...
Optical Data Storage 2004 5380, 209-223, 2004
Diffuse optical tomography of the breast: initial validation in benign cysts
S van de Ven, S Elias, A Wiethoff, M van der Voort, A Leproux, T Nielsen, ...
Molecular imaging and biology 11 (2), 64-70, 2009
Polarisation effects in weak localisation of light
MP Van Albada, MB Van Der Mark, A Lagendijk
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 21 (10S), S28, 1988
First results from the Philips optical mammoscope
JH Hoogenraad, MB van der Mark, SBB Colak, GW t'Hooft, ...
Photon Propagation in Tissues III 3194, 184-190, 1998
Diffuse optical tomography of the breast: preliminary findings of a new prototype and comparison with magnetic resonance imaging
SMWY Van de Ven, SG Elias, AJ Wiethoff, M Van der Voort, T Nielsen, ...
European radiology 19 (5), 1108-1113, 2009
Localization of light: The quest for the white hole
A Lagendijk, MP Van Albada, MB van der Mark
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 140 (1-2), 183-190, 1986
Experiments on weak localization of light and their interpretation
MP Van Albada, MB Van der Mark, A Lagendijk
Scattering and Localization of Classical Waves in Random Media, 97-136, 1990
Near field recording on first-surface write-once media with a NA= 1.9 solid immersion lens
CA Verschuren, F Zijp, JI Lee, JMA van den EERENBEEMD, ...
Japanese journal of applied physics 44 (5S), 3564, 2005
High-density near-field optical recording with a solid immersion lens, conventional actuator, and a robust air gap servo
F Zijp, M van der Mark, C Verschuren, J Lee, J van den Eerenbeemd, ...
IEEE transactions on magnetics 41 (2), 1042-1046, 2005
Multiple scattering of light from polymer dispersed liquid crystal material
JHM Neijzen, HMJ Boots, FAMA Paulissen, MB VAN DER MARK, ...
Liquid crystals 22 (3), 255-264, 1997
Towards cover-layer incident read-out of a dual-layer disc with a NA= 1.5 solid immersion lens
CA Verschuren, F Zijp, JMA van den Eerenbeemd, MB van der Mark, ...
Japanese journal of applied physics 44 (5S), 3554, 2005
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