Adaptive Structured Illumination
4-6 November, 2015
OSA Headquarters, 2010 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC, USA
Kishan Dholakia, University of St. Andrews, UK
Michael Mazilu, University of St. Andrews, UK
Meng Cui, Purdue Universtiy, United States
Program Overview & Featured Topics
The idea of patterning or structuring light fields is now embedded into many areas of photonics. This takes the form of control of light in amplitude, phase, polarization and spectral dispersion. This includes aberration correction, transmission through complex media and even areas of compressive sensing. This Incubator seeks to explore this theme in five key areas:
- Functional Imaging at Depth
- Reducing the Photon Budget
- Transmission through Complex Media
- Fundamentals of Orthogonality and Information Transfer
- Structured Illumination
Through invited talks and moderated group discussion, this Incubator seeks to bring together experts with this common interest and coming from different fields with the aim to cross-fertilize ideas in applications of structured illumination throughout photonics.
The program, including breakfasts and lunches, will be held at OSA Headquarters, 2010 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20036. Diners, which are also included in the registration, will be held at local restaurants.
Day 1: Wednesday, 4 November 2015
Day 2: Thursday, 5 November 2015
Breakfast begins at 8:00 at OSA headquarters
Program begins at 8:30, lunch is included onsite
Dinner, location to be determined, begins at 18:00
Day 3: Friday, 6 November 2015
Breakfast begins at 8:00
- Program begins at 8:30, lunch is included onsite
- Program adjourns at 14:00
Are you interested in attending?
A limited number of spots have been set aside at this invitation only meeting for interested individuals to apply for. Please send a brief letter of interest along with a CV to the hosts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This page will provide you with information on receiving a letter of invitation if required for your visa as well as additional logistical and area information.