The final program

/The final program
The final program 2018-08-21T08:57:36+00:00
Sunday, 09 September 2018
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13:00   1st BUS departure Warsaw Chopin Airport
  16:00 Arrival to Janów Podlaski (Bishop’s Castle – conference venue) – check in
16:00   2nd BUS departure from Warsaw Chopin Airport
  19:00 Arrival to Janów Podlaski (Bishop’s Castle – conference venue) – check in
16:00 19:00… Conference secretariat – registration for the conference
19:30 21:30 Welcome reception at historical interiors of Bishop’s Castle (conference venue)
Monday, 10 September 2018
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8:30 9:00 0:30 Welcome
Award Ceremony
(2017 Kingslake Medal and Prize)
Conference rooms: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
9:00 10:20 1:20 Session 1: Optical metrology and speckles: Past, Present and Future
CHAIR: Małgorzata Kujawińska
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
9:00 9:50 0:50 Wolfgang Osten Stuttgart Technical University, Germany Optical Metrology – the long and unstoppable way to become an outstanding measuring tool Keynote lecture
9:50 10:20 0:30 Mitsuo Takeda Utsunomiya University, Japan Noise inspired research – a journey through speckle driven years Invited lecture
10:20 10:40 0:20 Coffee break LOBBY IN FRONT OF SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
10:40 12:30 1:50 Session 2: Phase retrieval methods
CHAIR: Joanna Schmit
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
10:40 11:10 0:30 Krzysztof Patorski Warsaw University of Technology, Poland Adaptive information retrieval in automated fringe based full-field optical metrology Invited lecture
11:10 11:30 0:20 Fucai Zhang Southern University of Science and Technology, China Wavefront reconstruction from modulated speckle patterns  
11:30 11:50 0:20 Angel F. Doval Universidad de Vigo, Spain Propagation of the measurement uncertainty for the numerical reconstruction of holograms in Fresnel approximation
11:50 12:10 0:20 Toyohiko Yatagai Utsunomiya Univ CORE, Japan Digital holography based on geometric phase shifting
12:10 12:30 0:20 Ichirou Yamaguchi Gunma University and RIKEN, Japan  Digital simulation of speckle patterns
12:30 13:30 1:00 Lunch BISHOP’S CASTLE RESTAURANT
13:30 15:00 1:30 Session 3: Noise and speckles
CHAIR: Mitsuo Takeda
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
13:30 14:00 0:30 Pascal Picart Université du Maine, France Metrics and appraisal for noise reduction in holographic data processing Invited lecture
14:00 14:20 0:20 Gerd Häusler Friedrich-Alexander Univ Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany Instantaneous speckle reduction? Yes – but there is no free lunch!  
14:20 14:40 0:20 Silvio MONTRESOR Le Mans Université, France Investigation of de-noising processing on the Contrast Transfer Function in digital holographic imaging
14:40 15:00 0:20 Pavel A. Cheremkhin National Research Nuclear Univ MEPhI, Russian Federation Shot noise vs fixed pattern noise: what has the higher effect on digital hologram quality?
15:00 15:40 0:40 Coffee break & Poster session 1 CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 1, 2
15:40 17:10 1:30 Session 4: New approaches
CHAIR: Peter J. de Groot
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
15:40 16:10 0:30 Byoungho Lee National Seoul University, Korea Complex amplitude and phase control of light using metasurface holograms – the challenges, opportunities and perspectives Invited lecture
16:10 16:30 0:20 Steen G. Hanson Technical Univ. of Denmark, Denmark Light with finite rotation: an attempt for a theoretical description  
16:30 16:50 0:20 Carlos Torres-Torres Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico Nonlinear mechano-optical effects and speckle fringe patterns exhibited by Gold-Platinum nanoparticles in cells  
16:50 17:10 0:20 Yoshio Hayasaki Utsunomiya Univ, Japan Single-pixel camera with complex-amplitude representation  
16:30   Departure for Ladies program (accompanying persons) at an open-air museum in Zaborek (MEETING POINT: BISHOP’S CASTLE LOBBY)
17:45   Departure for barbecue dinner at an open-air museum in Zaborek for conference participant (MEETING POINT: BISHOP’S CASTLE LOBBY)
18:00 22:00 Barbecue dinner at an open-air museum in Zaborek
 
Tuesday, 11 September 2018
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8:30 10:00 1:30 Session 5: Applications in Natural and Life Sciences
CHAIR: Fernando Mendoza Santoyo
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
8:30 9:00 0:30 Maciej Wojtkowski Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS, Poland Spatio-Temporal Optical Coherence techniques for in vivo tissue imaging Invited lecture
9:00 9:20 0:20 Björn Kemper Westfälische Wilhelms-Univ Münster, Germany Hyperspectral digital holographic microscopy approach for reduction of coherence induced disturbances in quantitative phase imaging of biological specimens  
9:20 9:40 0:20 Jorge M. Flores Moreno Centro de Investigaciones en Óptica AC, Mexico Qualitative characterization of collagen hydrogel membranes using digital holographic microscopy and SHG microscopy  
9:40 10:00 0:20 Nektarios Koukourakis TU Dresden, Germany Adaptive hybrid illumination microscopy for zebrafish screening  
10:00 10:40 0:40 Coffee break + Poster session 2 CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 1, 2
10:40 12:30 1:50 Session 6: Polarization and tomographic methods
CHAIR: Björn Kemper
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
10:40 11:10 0:30 Wei Wang Heriot-Watt University, UK Generation and spatial-temporal evolution of polarization speckle Invited lecture
11:10 11:30 0:20 Leszek R. Jaroszewicz Military University of Technology, Poland Modulation of depolarization analyzed by interferometry setup  
11:30 11:50 0:20 Christophe Gorecki FEMTO-ST, France MOEMS-based imaging probe with integrated Mirau micro-interferometer and MEMS microscanner for swept-source OCT endomicroscopy  
11:50 12:10 0:20 Przemyslaw W. Wachulak Military University of Technology, Poland Holography and tomography with compact EUV and SXR sources  
12:10 12:30 0:20 Chau-Jern Cheng National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan Integrated dual-mode tomography in digital holographic microscopy  
12:30 13:10 0:40 Poster Session 3 CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 1, 2
13:10 14:10 1:00 Lunch BISHOP’S CASTLE RESTAURANT
14:10 15:40 1:30 Session 7: Computational imaging and applications
CHAIR: Peter Schelkens
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
14:10 14:40 0:30 Jun Tanida Osaka University, Japan Learning-based signal retrieval from scattering media Invited lecture
14:40 15:00 0:20 Guohai Situ Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, China Computational Imaging: when optics meets AI  
15:00 15:20 0:20 Mikael Sjödahl Luleå Univ of Technology, Sweden Measurement of selective species concentration using spectroscopic holography  
15:20 15:40 0:20 Pietro Ferraro Istituto di Scienze Applicate e Sistemi Intelligenti, Italy Detection and sorting of microplastics in marine environment by new imaging tools  
16:45 18:00 Departure for the Arabian horse show at the historic stud farm in Janów Podlaski (MEETING POINT: THE BISHOP’S CASTLE LOBBY)
20:00 0:00 Gala Dinner (Bishop’s Castle conference centre level)
 
Wednesday, 12 September 2018
start end duration Author/event Affiliation/location Title  
8:30 10:00 1:30 Session 8: Applications in Engineering
CHAIR: Armando Albertazzi Gonçalves Jr.
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
8:30 9:00 0:30 Manuel De la Torre Ibarra Centro des Investigaciones en Optica, Mexico Study of transparent media using a simple digital holographic interferometer configuration Invited lecture
9:00 9:20 0:20 Peter J. de Groot Zygo Corporation, United States Applications of optical coherence in interferometric metrology  
9:20 9:40 0:20 Pierre R. Slangen IMT Mines Ales, Universite de Montpellier, France Recent developments in high speed imaging and applications in speckle light  
9:40 10:00 0:20 Pablo D Ruiz Loughborough Univ, United Kingdom Height uncertainty due to surface roughness in single-shot hyperspectral interferometry  
10:00 10:40 0:40 Coffee break with time for check-out castle and pavilions hotel rooms LOBBY IN FRONT OF SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
10:40 12:30 1:50 Session 9: Applications in Engineering
CHAIR: Wolfgang Osten
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
10:40 11:10 0:30 Daniel Carl Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques (IPM), Germany Industrial application of multi wavelength digital holography Invited lecture
11:10 11:30 0:20 Armando Albertazzi Gonçalves Jr. Univ Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil A single shot shearography device for simultaneous measurement in three shearing directions  
11:30 11:50 0:20 Fabian Languy Liege Université, Belgium Mechanical deformations of space mirrors under thermal stress and their effect on wavefront errors. Measurements by ESPI and interferometry and comparison with multiphysics modeling  
11:50 12:10 0:20 Ulana Cikalova Fraunhofer Institute IKTS, Germany Defect detection during laser welding by Laser Speckle Photometry  
12:10 12:30 0:20 Andrei G. Anisimov  TU Delft, Netherlands EXTREME shearography: development of high-speed shearography instrument for measurements of the surface strain components during an impact event  
12:30 13:30 1:00 Lunch BISHOP’S CASTLE RESTAURANT
13:30 15:30 2:00 Session 10: Digital holography and applications
CHAIR: Pietro Ferraro
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
13:30 14:00 0:30 Peter Schelkens Vrije Univ. Brussel, Belgium Source coding of holographic data: challenges, algorithms and standardisation efforts Invited lecture
14:00 14:30 0:30 Tomasz Kozacki Warsaw University of Technology, Poland Incoherent light digital holography and displays Invited lecture
14:30 14:50 0:20 Vittorio Bianco Istituto di Scienze Applicate e Sistemi Intelligenti , Italy Speckle suppression method for Infrared Digital Holograms based on sparse object representation and noise diversity  
14:50 15:10 0:20 James D. Trolinger MetroLaser Inc, United States An airborne, scanning, digital holography system  
15:10 15:30 0:20 Jean Michel Desse ONERA, France Dual reference digital holographic interferometer for studying strong density gradients  
15:30 16:00 0:30 Student Poster Awards
Closing  ceremony
CONFERENCE ROOM: SZYSZKOWSKI HALL 3
16:30   Departure to Warsaw with stops at Warsaw Chopin Airport (19:30), Ibis Budget Centrum (20:00); Ibis The Old Town (20:30)
MEETING POINT: THE BISHOP’S CASTLE LOBBY