4th EOS Topical Meeting on Advanced Imaging Techniques

Venue: Ernst-Abbe-Zentrum

Location: Jena, Germany

Event Date/Time: Jun 10, 2009 End Date/Time: Jun 12, 2009
Abstract Submission Date: Feb 28, 2009
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Optical imaging techniques have long history of both fundamental research and practical applications. Nowadays, an extraordinary development of digital photo and video cameras, DVD players, the last generation of cellular telephones, makes the optical imaging technologies accessible not only for the scientific community but also for general population. The complexity and sophistication of imaging techniques is constantly increasing. We are witnessing a permanent search for increasing “dimensionality” of imaging, growth of its information content, enhancement of resolution and sensitivity, and so on. New techniques such as imaging with metamaterials, quantum imaging, imaging of nanostructures, and others have appeared in the last few years, enabling new applications in technology and biology. The whole area of optical imaging techniques in spite of its very long history is currently experiences a burst of activity in its numerous branches.

The focus of the Topical Meeting is on the spectrum of novel techniques that are introduced to meet the drastically extended requirements in optical imaging. The meeting will be traditionally organized in a manner to allow intensive discussions and a fruitful exchange of ideas with a single session of presentations and a poster sessions. Specialised in scope and restricted in number of participants the topical meeting organised in the heartland of Germany’s optics industry will give you the opportunity to easily establish contacts and to initiate new business relations and research collaborations.


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Topics * Quantum +optical imaging * Polarised imaging * Astronomical imaging * Optical Lithography * Optical Design * Rigorous simulation * Wave optics * Partial coherence * New applications of microscopy * Nano imaging * Near field imaging * Structured illumination * Imaging with Metamaterials * Bioimaging