24 June 2019 – 27 June 2019 Messe München, Munich, Germany
3D Image Acquisition and Display: Technology, Perception and Applications
Adaptive Optics: Methods, Analysis and Applications
Application of Lasers for Sensing & Free Space Communication
Applied Industrial Optics
Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging
Digital Holography & 3-D Imaging
Imaging Systems and Applications
Laser Applications to Chemical, Security and Environmental Analysis
Mathematics in Imaging
Propagation Through and Characterization of Atmospheric and Oceanic Phenomena

3D Image Acquisition and Display: Technology, Perception and Applications

  • Aristide Dogariu, University of Central Florida, CREOLUnited States
  • Atanas Gotchev, Tampereen Teknillinen YliopistoFinland
    Densely-sampled light field: reconstruction, compression and applications
  • Viktor Gruev, Univ of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUnited States
    Holographic goggles for near infrared fluorescence image guided surgery
  • Ryoichi Horisaki, Osaka UniversityJapan
    Single-shot phase imaging with coded diffraction and its applications
  • Changwon Jang, Seoul National UniversitySouth Korea
    Mixed Reality Near-eye Display with Focus Cue
  • Jae-Hyun Jung, Harvard Medical SchoolUnited States
    Light-field Background De-cluttering for Visual Prostheses
  • Hirokazu Kato, Nara Institute of Science and TechnologyJapan
    An Adaptive Rendering for Microlens Array HMD based on Eye-Gaze Tracking
  • Mathias Kolle, MITUnited States
    Reconfigurable and Dynamically Tunable Droplet-based Compound Micro-lenses
  • Bernard Kress, Microsoft CorpUnited States
    How Recent Optical Technology Breakthroughs Enable Next Generation Head Mounted Displays
  • Byoungho Lee, Seoul National UniversitySouth Korea
  • Hooman Mohseni, Northwestern UniversityUnited States
  • Jae-Hyeung Park, Inha UniversitySouth Korea
    Optical See-through Three-dimensional Near-to-eye Display with Depth of Field Control
  • Filiberto Pla, Universitat Jaume I
    3D Hand Gesture Recognition using Integral Imaging
  • Filiberto Pla, Universitat Jaume ISpain
  • Martina Poletti, University of RochesterUnited States
    The Retinal Input During Fixation: Binocular Head/eye Coordination at the Fine Scale
  • Jim Schwiegerling, University of ArizonaUnited States
    Optical Properties of Schematic Eye Models
  • Natan Shaked, Tel-Aviv UniversityIsrael
  • David Stork, Rambus Inc.United States
    Smart optics for low-power computational sensing
  • Gordon Wetzstein, Stanford UniversityUnited States
    Computational Near-eye Displays: Engineering the Interface between our Visual System and the Digital World

Applied Industrial Optics

  • E Hooman Banaei, University of Central Florida, CREOL
    Risks of Comfort Zone, and Benefits of Leaving it: An Entrepreneurial Roller Coaster Story Keynote
  • Vyas Akondi, Consejo Sup Investigaciones CientificasUnited States
    On-bench Validations of Tunable Lens based Multifocal Visual Simulations
  • John Berthold, j w b c.llcUnited States
    In-situ Continuous Measurement of Pressure Pulsations at 650C with Fiber Optic Sensor
  • Dieter Bingemann, Ocean Optics Inc.United States
    A spectroscopic Method of Determining Color of Petroleum Products
  • Stefano Bonora, CNR/INFM Politecnico di Milano BibliotecItaly
    Fast Aberration Correction with Multi-Actuator Adaptive Lenses in Medium Size Telescopes and Complex Laser Systems
  • Erik Bottcher, NYFORS Teknologi ABSweden
    Path to new optical components using CO2 splicing technologies
  • Hon Chan, University of California IrvineUnited States
    Fiber Optics Sensing System: Overview, and Recent Development at NASA
  • Jaebum Chung, California Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Fourier Ptychographic Method for High Resolution and Wide Field of View Retinal Imaging (Presenting the work of Prof. Changhuei Yang)
  • Mahmoud Fallahi, University of ArizonaUnited States
  • Sergio Fraga, Aimen Technology CenterSpain
    Smart Metallic Part Manufacturing by Laser-cladding Based Embedding of Optical Fiber Sensors
  • Chris Hessenius, United States
    Mode Control in T-Cavity Vertical External Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers (VECSEL)
  • Philipp Hoelzer, Siemens Medical Soultions Inc. United States
    Recent developments in x-ray computed tomography
  • Carl Jackson, SensLIreland
  • Yifan Jian, Simon Fraser UniversityCanada
    Clinical Sensorless Adaptive Optics OCT and Angiography
  • Imran Khan, Max-Planck-Inst Physik des LichtsGermany
    Quantum communication in space - challenges and opportunities
  • Thomas Laurent, Eagleyard PhotonicsGermany
    Qualifying Active Components for Space and LIDAR Applications
  • Aaron Miller, Quantum OpusUnited States
    Cryostats for Cryophobes--a revolutionary "one-button" desktop 1.7 K cryostat for superconducting optoelectronics
  • Julius Pretorius, BAE Systems North AmericaUnited States
  • Miriam Simpson, University of AucklandNew Zealand
    Primary Industries Champions in the Physics Department
  • Vadim Smirnov, University of Central FloridaUnited States
    Advanced Optical Filters based on a New Generation of Volume Bragg Gratings in Photo-thermo-refractive Glass
  • Simon Toft Sørensen, Fraunhofer Centre for Applied PhotonicsUnited Kingdom
    Advances in Doppler Lidar for Accurate 3D Wind Measurements
  • Adam Wax, Lumedica, Inc.United States
    Development of a low cost, portable Optical Coherence Tomography system
  • Cheng Zhang, National Inst of Standards & TechnologyUnited States
    High-performance Optoelectronic and Nanophotonic Devices Enabled by Ultra-thin, Smooth, and Low-loss Doped Silver
  • Ander Zornoza, Universidad Publica de NavarraSpain
    Smart Metallic Part Manufacturing by Laser Cladding based Embedding of Optical Fiber Sensors

Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging

  • Katie Bouman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    How to Take a Picture of a Black Hole
  • Vidya Ganapati, Swarthmore CollegeUnited States
    Deep Learning for Imaging System Design
  • Barmak Heshmat, BRELYONUnited States
    Fundamental Limitations for Augmented Reality Displays with Visors, Waveguides, or Other Passive Optics
  • Ryoichi Horisaki, Osaka UniversityJapan
    Optical sensing and control based on machine learning
  • Roarke Horstmeyer, Duke UniversityUnited States
    Redesigning microscopes for improved image classification
  • Raymond Kostuk, University of Arizona
    A Review of the Wonderful Discussion of Holography by Professor Goodman in His Book: The Introduction to Fourier Optics.
  • James Leger, University of Minnesota Twin CitiesUnited States
    What’s the Problem? Insight and Inspiration Derived from Solving the Exercises in J. Goodman’s Classic Book Introduction to Fourier Optics
  • Juan Liu, Beijing Institute of TechnologyChina
  • Masud Mansuripur, University of ArizonaUnited States
    Fourier Optics in the Classroom
  • Neda Nategh, University of UtahUnited States
    A Neuro-Inspired Model for Image Motion Processing
  • Francesco Vincenzo Pepe, Universita degli Studi di BariItaly
    Plenoptic Imaging From Intensity Correlations
  • Demetri Psaltis, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneSwitzerland
    The Transition of Fourier Optics Towards Computational Imaging and Digital Holography
  • William Rhodes, Florida Atlantic UniversityUnited States
    Teaching Fourier Optics: What I do Differently after 50 Years
  • Bahaa Saleh, University of Central Florida, CREOLUnited States
    Linear-Algebra Optics
  • Esther Tsai, Paul Scherrer InstituteSwitzerland
    3D Imaging on the Nanoscale via X-ray Ptychography
  • Lihong Wang, California Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Single-shot 10 THz Compressed Ultrafast Photography
  • Guoan Zheng, University of ConnecticutUnited States
    Fourier Ptychographic Imaging and a Machine Learning Approach
  • Yunhui Zhu, Virginia TechUnited States
    X-ray Imaging Based on Coherence Engineering as a Multi-scale Material Characterization Tool

Imaging Systems and Applications

  • K. Vijayan Asari, University of DaytonUnited States
  • Claude Boccara, Institut LangevinFrance
    Ultra-High Resolution Full-Field OCT (FFOCT) for Cornea and Retina
  • Dmitry Dylov, Skolkovo Instit Science and TechnologyRussia
    Integrated tissue analytics for clinical imaging systems
  • Katsumasa Fujita, Osaka UniversityJapan
    Super-resolution confocal microscopy using optical nonlinearity
  • Juliet Gopinath, University of Colorado at BoulderUnited States
    Adaptive electrowetting optical devices for imaging
  • Boris Gramatikov, Johns Hopkins UniversityUnited States
    Integrating Retinal Birefringence Scanning and Optical Coherence Tomography for Pediatric Retinal Imaging
  • Sanjeev Koppal, University of FloridaUnited States
    Toward Miniature Computer Vision Sensors
  • Geoffrey McKnight, HRL Laboratories, LLC
    Spherically Curved Image Sensors
  • Hirotaka Murakami, Sony Electronics
    CMOS Image Sensor Evolution toward Sensing World
  • Shuo Pang, University of Central Florida, CREOLUnited States
    Spatiotemporally Encoded Fast Fluorescence Microscopy with Full Field-of-View
  • Clara Rivero-Baleine, Lockheed MartinUnited States
    Engineered Materials for Next Generation EO/IR Sensors
  • Antonio Robles-Kelly, CSIRO Australia Telescope Natl Facility
    A Multispectral Light Field Camera for 3D Imaging from a Single Lens
  • David Sampson, University of SurreyUnited Kingdom
    Angiography, Lymphangiography, Eastography, and Polarisation Contrast Extensions of Optical Coherence Tomography
  • Jane Sprigg, Tarsier OpticsUnited States
    Incoherent Super-resolution Imaging
  • Nelson Tabiryan, Beam Enginering for Adv Measurements CoUnited States
    Electrically Switchable Large, Thin, and Fast Optics
  • C Alex Young, NASAUnited States
    Eclipse Ballooning Project
  • Ignacio Zuleta, PlanetUnited States

Propagation Through and Characterization of Atmospheric and Oceanic Phenomena

  • Zeb Barber, Montana State University - Spectrum LabUnited States
    Coherent Lidar Techniques for Atmospheric Turbulence Measurements
  • James Churnside, US Department of CommerceUnited States
    Airborne Lidar Characterization of Oceanic Phenomena
  • Steven Fiorino, Air Force Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    An Analysis of Near-Surface Turbulence and Aerosol Concentration Coupling during a Solar Eclipse
  • Joseph Goodman, Stanford UniversityUnited States
    My Journey from Radar Jamming to Coherence Theory
  • Stephen Hammel, SPAWAR Systems Center San DiegoUnited States
    Improving Atmospheric Turbulence Parameterization using Numerical Weather Prediction and Lidars
  • Ronald Phillips, University of Central FloridaUnited States
    The Physics and Modeling of an Optical Wave Propagating through Atmospheric Turbulence
  • Yoav Schechner, Technion Israel Institute of TechnologyIsrael
    Measuring Atmospheric Scattering in 3D
  • Italo Toselli, Fraunhofer IOSBGermany
    Adaptive Optics Correction for Oceanic Turbulence-Affected Laser Beams

Mathematics in Imaging

  • Tatiana Alieva, Universidad Complutense de MadridSpain
  • Laure Blanc-Féraud, CNRSFrance
    L2-L0 Optimization for Single Molecule Localization Microscopy
  • Charles Bouman, Purdue UniversityUnited States
  • Pier Dragotti, Imperial College London
    Signal Processing Methods for Cell Localization and Activity Detection from Calcium Imaging Data
  • Peter Elbau, University of ViennaAustria
    Quantitative Imaging with Photoacoustic and Optical Coherence Tomography
  • Paul Escande, Johns Hopkins University
    Learning and Exploiting Physics of Degradations
  • Bill Freeman, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Accidental Cameras: using naturally occurring apertures and occluders to form images
  • Josselin Garnier, Ecole PolytechniqueFrance
    Correlation-based imaging in random media
  • Bettina Heise, Johannes Kepler Universität LinzAustria
    Seeing Inside and Beyond: Challenges and Trends for (Low) Coherent Imaging
  • Jun Ke, Beijing Institute of TechnologyChina
    Binary Sensing Matrix Design for Super-Resolution IR Compressive Imaging
  • Maximilian März, Technische Universität BerlinGermany
    l1-Analysis Minimization and Generalized (Co-)Sparsity: When Does Recovery Succeed?
  • Jose Rodrigo, Instituto De Optica 'Daza De Valdes'Spain
    Computational 4D imaging in widefield microscopy with partially coherent illumination
  • Konrad Schöbel, Carl Zeiss Meditec AGGermany
    Tomography, Radar, Holography and Lightfield imaging - different sides of the same coin
  • John Schotland, University of MichiganUnited States
    Inverse problems in acoustic-optic imaging
  • Emmanuel Soubies, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
    Splitting Based Methods for Structured Illumination Microscopy.

Digital Holography & 3-D Imaging

  • Aydogan Ozcan, University of California Los AngelesUnited States
    Machine Learning Enabled Computational Imaging and Sensing for Point-of-Care Medicine and Global Health Keynote
  • Hoonjong Kang, Korea Electronics Technology InstituteSouth Korea
    Full color holographic printing techniques and fast digital hologram generation methods Tutorial
  • Laura Waller, University of California BerkeleyUnited States
    Computational Microscopy for 3D Imaging Tutorial
  • Marc Brunel, Universitaire du Madrillet CORIAFrance
    Interferometric out-of-focus imaging of ice particles for airborne instrumentation
  • Victor Dyomin, Tomsk State UniversityRussia
    Underwater Digital Holography for Particles Research
  • Jorge Garcia-Sucerquia, Universidad Nacional de ColombiaColombia
    Telecentric Imaging in Reflection and Transmission Digital Holographic Microscopy
  • Yoshio Hayasaki, Utsunomiya UniversityJapan
    Volumetric display with holographic femtosecond laser accesses
  • Yuan Luo, National Taiwan UniversityTaiwan
    Multiplexed Illumination Holographic Fluorescence Imaging
  • Biagio Mandracchia, Istituto Nazionale di OtticaItaly
    Compact Solutions for Off-axis Holography in Optofluidics
  • Giancarlo Pedrini, Universität StuttgartGermany
    Multi-Wavelength Digital Holography for Erosion Measurements inside the ITER Tokamak
  • David Roberts, BEAM Engineering for Adv. MeasurementsUnited States
    Switchable, broadband, polarization-independent diffractive optical components and systems
  • Pablo Ruiz, Loughborough UniversityUnited Kingdom
    Advances and Challenges in Synthetic Aperture Interferometry
  • Gene Serabyn, Jet Propulsion LaboratoryUnited States
    Digital Holographic Microscopy as Means of Remote Life Detection
  • Yuhong Wan, Beijing University of TechnologyChina
    Adaptive Three-dimensional Fluorescence Holographic Microscopy with Anisotropic Aberration Correction
  • Aimin Yan, Shanghai Normal University
    Optical Cryptography with Biometrics and Optical Scanning Holography
  • Jianlin Zhao, Northwestern Polytechnic UniversityChina
    Near-field Imaging Using Digital Holographic Interferometry with Total Internal Reflection and Surface Plasma Resonance

Adaptive Optics: Methods, Analysis and Applications

  • Claude Boccara, Institut LangevinFrance
    Adaptive Optics and Full-field OCT: the expected gain
  • Michael Böhm, Institute for System Dynamics
    Advanced Control Algorithms and Control Structures for Adaptive Optics Systems
  • Stefano Bonora, CNR-INFMItaly
    Wavefront Sensorless Aberration Correction with Multi Actuator Adaptive Lens in Microscopy and Retinal Imaging
  • Christophe Dorrer, University of RochesterUnited States
    Adaptive Optics and Wavefront Metrology for High-Intensity Laser Systems My contact information
  • Enrique-Josua Fernandez, Universidad de MurciaSpain
    Adaptive Optics Systems for Vision Science
  • Donald Gavel, University of California ObservatoriesUnited States
    New Technologies for Astronomical Adaptive Optics
  • Susana Marcos, Consejo Sup Investigaciones CientificasSpain
    Adaptive-Optics based visual simulators: from on-bench to wearable devices
  • Elena Masciadri, INAF Osservatorio Astron di Arcetri BiblItaly
    Optical Turbulence Forecast in the Adaptive Optics Realm
  • Serge Meimon, Office Natl d'Etudes Rech AerospatialesFrance
    Adaptive optics for retinal imaging and new prospects in Flood-Illumination Ophthalmoscopy
  • Katie Morzinski, Center for Adaptive OpticsUnited States
    Astronomical Adaptive Optics: Challenges and Pathways
  • James Osborn, Durham UniversityUnited Kingdom
    Characterising Atmospheric Turbulence Using SCIDAR Techniques
  • Luca Peverini, ThalesFrance
    X-Ray Bimorph Deformable Mirror: Capabilities and Perspectives
  • Alan Willner, University of Southern CaliforniaUnited States
    Adaptive Optics in Optical Communication Systems

Application of Lasers for Sensing & Free Space Communication

  • Paul McManamon, Exciting Technology LLCUnited States
    Experiences as an Expert Witness in the Uber vs Google/Waymo Lidar for Driverless Car Case Tutorial
  • Claudine Besson, Office Natl d'Etudes Rech AerospatialesFrance
    New Developments in Active Sensing at Onera
  • Charles Bouman, Purdue UniversityUnited States
    A Bayesian Framework for Imaging and Atmospheric Sensing using Coherent Laser Radar
  • Robert Boyd, University of OttawaCanada
    Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) Using Full Laguerre-Gauss Encoding
  • Scott Davis, Analog Devices Inc.United States
    Compact Steering Technologies for Automotive LiDAR: a Comparison Between Liquid Crystal Clad Waveguides and Optical MEMs
  • Patrick Feneyrou, Thales Research and Technology FranceFrance
    Novel Development for FMCW Lidar
  • Mohammad Hashemi , University of MiamiUnited States
  • Mark Itzler, Princeton Lightwave IncUnited States
    Automotive LiDAR with short-wave infrared Geiger-mode detectors
  • Gordon Keeler, Sandia National Laboratories LivermoreUnited States
    Opportunities for LIDAR and Free-Space Optical Communications Using Micro-Scale Photonics Technologies
  • Jeff Lundeen, University of OttawaCanada
    Weak Value Amplification: What is it and is it useful?
  • Patrick Maine, QUANTELFrance
    Lasers for LIDAR & LIDAR Systems : Recent Developments at Quantel and Keopsys, Spanning Pulsed Laser Diodes, Eyesafe Fiber Lasers and High Average Power DPSS Lasers.
  • Mehul Malik, University of RochesterUnited Kingdom
    Noise-resistant Entanglement-based Quantum Communication
  • Whitney Mason, Defense Advanced Res Projects AgencyUnited States
  • Mohammad Mirhosseini, California Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Encoding Quantum Information on the Full Spatial Bandwidth of Photons
  • Dmitry Pushin, University of WaterlooCanada
    Structured Waves: From Matter to Light
  • Kevin Resch, University of WaterlooCanada
    Ultrafast Measurement of Energy-time Entangled States
  • Barry Sanders, University of CalgaryCanada
    Machine Learning for Adaptive Quantum Metrology
  • Zhimin Shi, University of FloridaUnited States
    Turbulence-Resistant Free Space Communication Using Vector Beams
  • Andrew Sparks, Analog DevicesUnited States
  • Karin Stein, Fraunhofer IOSBGermany
    Correction of Atmospheric Effects on Laser Beams for sensing and communication
  • Alan Willner, University of Southern CaliforniaUnited States
    Free-Space Quantum Communication Links using Orbital-Angular-Momentum
  • Franco Wong, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Quantum key distribution at gigabit-per-second secret-key rates

Laser Applications to Chemical, Security and Environmental Analysis

  • Alexis Bohlin, Delft University of TechnologyNetherlands
    Development of Robust Ultrafast CARS Thermometry and Species Detection
  • Armelle Cessou, Université de RouenFrance
    1D single-shot thermography by Spontaneous Raman Scattering in turbulent, spray or oxyfuel flames
  • Yi Chen, Sandia National LaboratoriesUnited States
    Time-resolved digital in-line holography and pyrometry diagnostics for aluminized solid rocket propellants
  • Paul Danehy, NASA Langley Research CenterUnited States
    Development of unseeded Molecular Tagging Velocimetry for high-Reynolds number transonic wind tunnels
  • Chloe Dedic, University of VirginiaUnited States
    Single-shot vibrational energy distributions of a microscale detonation using hybrid fs/ps CARS
  • Pascale Desgroux, Universite de Lille 1France
    Development of Highly Sensitive Quantitative Measurements of Nascent Soot Particles in Flames by Coupling Cavity-ring-down Extinction and Laser Induced Incandescence for Improving the Understanding of Soot Nucleation Process
  • Benjamin Emerson, Georgia Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Advanced Optical Diagnostic Approaches for Combustion Systems
  • Paul Ewart, University of OxfordUnited Kingdom
    Thermometry and barometry in combustion using laser induced gratings
  • Yi Gao, Shanghai Jiao Tong UniversityChina
    The Application of Diagnostic Techniques Utilizing Ultra-high Repetition Rate Laser in Typical Industrial Reacting Flows
  • Christopher Goldenstein, Purdue UniversityUnited States
    Wavelength-Modulation Spectroscopy in the Near-GHz Regime for High-Speed Thermometry and Species Sensing
  • Waruna Kulatilaka, Texas A&M UniversityUnited States
    Ultrashort Pulse Laser Imaging of Molecular Species
  • ZhongShan Li, Lunds UniversitetSweden
  • Marcus Motzkus, Ruprecht-Karls-Universitat HeidelbergGermany
    Towards an all-purpose laser excitation tool for multimodal nonlinear microscopy
  • Megan Paciaroni, Fort Lewis CollegeUnited States
    PIVOTS: A novel method of performing time gated particle image velocimetry (PIV)
  • Anil Patnaik, Spectral Energies LLCUnited States
    Advantages of Ultrafast LIBS for High-Pressure Diagnostics
  • Anna-Lena Sahlberg, Lunds Universitet
    Non-linear mid-infrared laser techniques for combustion diagnostics
  • Subith Vasu, University of Central Florida, CREOLUnited States
    Recent developments in time-resolved laser absorption techniques for high-temperature chemical kinetics
  • Steven Wagner, Technische Universität DarmstadtGermany
    Multi-parameter IC engine exhaust gas diagnostics - from manifold, via aftertreatment to the tail pipe end