Next-generation computational optical tomography for diffuse optical imaging.

Facebook Research

Next-generation computational optical tomography for diffuse optical imaging

Active discussion period: 15 July 2018 and 15 September 2018

Identifier: RFI_BCI_002 (Download)

Facebook is seeking a novel approach to perform noninvasive optical sensing of brain activity to advance the field of optical brain-computer interfaces.

Research areas: Brain-computer interface, non-invasive optics, diffuse optical tomography, random media, light diffusion, intrinsic optical signals, remote sensing, dynamic light scattering, diffuse correlation spectroscopy, computational optics, fluctuation analysis, intensity, phase, polarization.

Eligibility: Investigators

Submission Information: Submissions must not contain any Facebook, respondent, or third party (i) Intellectual Property, or (ii) confidential, proprietary, or privileged information. It is the respondent's responsibility to ensure that all submitted information has been approved for public release by the information owner. There is no formatting specification, nor limit on the amount of content that can be included. As a result, Facebook makes no assurances that submitted materials will be reviewed, nor that any feedback will be provided. Content that is excessive or of unclear relevance to the RFI topic is unlikely to be reviewed. 

Submissions should be sent to with the identifier RFI_BCI_002 in the subject line, or through Open discussions will be hosted on Workplace during RFI schedule.

For questions please contact Amy Klinke, Director, Business Engagement Center,, (734) 647-7071.

U-M investigators should create a PAF or p re-PAF according to our Standard Operating Procedure 100.01.

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