Bio-Optics: Design and Application

Bio-Optics: Design and Application

02 - 05 April 2017
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, San Diego, California United States

Bio-optics: Design and Applications addresses all aspects of development and applications of biomedical optical technologies for research and clinical applications.

This topical meeting will focus on design, instrumentation, and applications of optical technologies for life sciences. Topics include but are not limited to optical imaging technologies, system design, fabrication, visual optics, eye imaging and sensing, image guided surgery, bio-inspired optics, biochip, optofluidics, nanobiosensor, nanophotonics for biomedicine, drug discovery imaging, and other novel optical technologies for diagnosis and treatment. This meeting provides an opportunity for researchers and engineers from academia and industry to discuss design, fabrication, instrumentation, and application of biomedical optical technologies for life science.

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Brian Applegate, Texas A&M University, United States, Volumetric Optical Coherence Tomography and Vibrometry of the Ear with Subnanometer Sensitivity, Invited

Jennifer Barton, The University of Arizona, United States, Miniature Multimodal Optical Endoscopes for Early Cancer Detection, Invited

Liangyi Chen, Inst of Molecular Medicine, Peking Univ, Fast High-resolution Miniature Two-photon Microscopy for Brain Imaging in Freely-behaving Mice at the Single-spine Level, Invited

Andrew Dunn, University of Texas at Austin, United States, Title to be Announced, Invited

Elizabeth Hillman, Columbia University, United States, A Second-generation SCAPE Microscopy System for High-speed 3D Imaging of Living Things, Invited

Kirill Larin, University of Houston, United States, Emerging Methods of Optical Imaging in Developmental Biology, Invited

Amy Oldenburg, Univ of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States, Supercontinuum Parallel Line-field Optical Coherence Tomography for High Sensitivity, Kilohertz Frame Rate Imaging, Invited

Darren Roblyer, Boston University, United States, Wearable High-speed Frequency Domain Diffuse Optical Imaging for Dynamic Tumor Monitoring, Invited

Giuliano Scarcelli, University of Maryland at College Park, United States, Brillouin Microscopy to Image Cell and Tissue Mechanical Properties, Invited

Peter So, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States, Title to be Announced, Invited

Juan Tabernero, Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom, Oscillations of the crystalline lens in the human eye, Invited

David Williams, University of Rochester, United States, Seeing Through the Retina, Invited

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OSA - The Optical Society