Adaptive Optics: Analysis, Methods & Systems (AO)

25 - 28 July 2016
Kongresshaus Stadthalle Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany

Invited Speakers

Mark Ammons, Tomography in Adaptive Optics: Ideas, System Development, and Flourishing , Invited

Martin Booth, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, d’Nanoimager and d’Holoscope - A Comparative Study for MEMS Metrology , Invited

Christopher Dainty, University College London, Ireland, Adaptive Optics in Vision Science, Invited

Tom Herbst, Max Planck Inst for The Sci of Light , Germany, The LINC-NIRVANA Multi-Conjugate AO System: On Its Way to Sky , Invited

Robert Johnson, Starfire Optical Range, United States, New CCDs for Real-time Wavefront Sensors , Invited

Jesus Lancis, Universitat Jaume I, Spain, Structured-light Imaging Through Scattering, Invited

Michael Pircher, Medical University of Vienna, Austria, Current Status on Adaptive Optics for Retinal Imaging , Invited

Roberto Ragazzoni, Italy, Probing a Volume Through Wavefront Sensing in Astronomy and Beyond , Invited

Gaetano SIVO, Gemini South Observatory, Chile, Wide-field Adaptive Optics for Astronomical Ground-based Telescopes: Science Results and Ongoing Upgrades for GeMS , Invited

John Sutter, Diamond Light Source, X-ray Beam Shaping Using Active Mirrors at Diamond Light Source, Invited

Brian Vohnsen, University College Dublin, Ireland, Sensing Wavefront Slopes Using Intensity Gradients , Invited

Ulrich Wittrock, Muenster University of Applied Sciences, Germany, Unimorph Deformable Mirrors: From Technology Development to Applications in Lasers and Space Telescopes, Invited