TOM 4- Bio-Medical Optics

 Chairs

Julia walther

Julia Walther
TU Dresden (DE)
   
Nino karpf web

Sebastian Karpf
University of
Lübeck (DE)

   
Danuta sampson web Danuta Sampson
University of
Surrey (UK)

 

Synopsis

The field of biomedical optics has seen a remarkable growth over the past years. Due to a plethora of new techniques such as optical coherence tomography, lightsheet microscopy, fiber sensors, and multi-photon microscopy, we are able to see and sense tissue in ways never been performed before. This topical meeting focuses on bringing together researchers working on new fundamental image and sensing system improvements and clinicians that apply these techniques in practice.

Topics

Topics include (but are not limited to)

  • Tissue optics and spectroscopy
  • Microscopy
  • Optical (coherence) tomography
  • Lightsheet microscopy
  • Endoscopic imaging systems
  • Application of these techniques for (pre-)clinical studies
  • Integrated optics for biomedicine
  • Photoacoustics

SUBMIT

Program Committee

Jürgen Popp,

Leibniz, Institute of Photonic Technology (DE)


Bernhard Baumann,

Medical University of Vienna (AT)


Nienke Bosschaart,

University of Twente (NL)
 

Maria Leilani Torres,

Institut für Quantenoptik - Leibniz Universität Hannover (DE)


Kareem Elsayad,

Vienna BioCenter Core Facilities (VBCF) GmbH (AT)

 

Invited Speakers


Optical Coherence Elastography and Brillouin Spectroscopy for Biomechanical Mapping of Tissues

Prof. Kirill Larin
University Of Houston, United States of America

 

Towards optical biopsy by dynamic contrast microscopic OCT

Hinnerk Schulz-Hildebrandt
University of Lübeck, Germany

co-authors: Michael Münter, Malte vom Endt , Mario Pieper, Malte Casper, Martin Ahrens, Tabea Kohlfaerber, Ramtin Rahmanzadeh, Peter König, Gereon Hüttmann