What’s New in Applied Optics Research? AIO 2014
By Arlene Smith, Ph.D.
I am attending this meeting as an AIO committee member and as a postdoc researcher in applied optics and imaging. In my role on the committee, I have come to know first-hand the quality of the invited and submitted papers, and the enthusiasm of the Conference Chairs and OSA in organizing this conference. AIO is a topical meeting, part of the Imaging and Applied Optics Congress, offering the opportunity for networking with academic and industry professionals from areas including holography, 3-D imaging, laser applications, and imaging systems and application
I am looking forward to several invited talks at this meeting. The Plenary speaker, Dr Bernard Kress (Google), will speak about the technology behind Google Glass. I am excited to hear Dr Brandon Redding (Yale University) present his work on using multimode fiber as a compact, high-resolution spectrometer and Prof Albert Stolow (NRC and University of Ottawa) will speak about his research on multimodal coherent nonlinear optical microscopy
You’ll find more information here about these and other speakers in the coming weeks. I’m looking forward to blogging about this exciting meeting and to hopefully seeing some of you in Seattle in July!
Posted: 5 May 2014 by Arlene Smith, Ph.D. | with 0 comments
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