Holography and Diffractive Optics (FH)


Holography and Diffractive Optics (FH)

This group focuses on the design and implementation of holographic and diffractive-optic devices and systems for scientific, commercial, and other applications. The development of new approaches as well as materials needed to construct both analog and digital holograms are studied. The scope of this technical group covers holography technology, holographic materials, digital holographic imaging, holographic microscope, computer-generated holograms, diffractive optical elements, holographic nano-fabrication methods, diffractive-optic micro-manipulation, spatial light modulators for phase modulation, 3D display using spatial light modulators, holographic measurements of 3D structures, phase unwrapping, and other related topics.
 

Name Affiliation Title

Byoungho Lee

Seoul National University

Advisor

Yoshio Hayasaki

Utsunomiya University

Chair

Andrew Waddie

Heriot-Watt University

Secretary/Treasurer

Yanming Li

North Carolina State University

Outreach

Angela Dudley

CSIR National Laser Centre

Outreach


The 12th International Conference on Correlation Optics

September 14 - September 18 2015
Chernivtsi, Ukraine

9th International Confernece on Inertial Fusion Sciences and Applications

September 20 - September 25 2015
Bellevue (East Seattle), Washington, USA

Photonics in Switching 2015

September 22 - September 25 2015
Florence, Italy

12th International Symposium on Measurement Technology and Intelligent Instruments

September 22 - September 25 2015
GIS NTU International Center, Taipei., Taipei, Taiwan

The 5th Annual World Congress of Nano Science and Technology-2015

September 24 - September 26 2015
Xi’an Qujiang International Conference Center , Xi’an, Shan Xi, China
Participate in Frontiers in Optics in San Jose, California, this October! The advanced registration deadline for this year's meeting is 21 September 2015.
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