Conferences & seminars
On 3rd and 4th of July 2019 Piotr Węgrzyn and Mounika Rapolu attended the Be-Optical Final conference organized by and within facilities of Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization. Topics covered by the conference included Biophotonics, Biomedical Imaging, Cardiac Electrophysiology and Optogenetics.
The European Conferences on Biomedical Optics (ECBO) is the premier European event bringing together scientists, engineers, and clinicians who work with optics and photonics to solve problems in biomedicine. The conference was a great opportunity to take a look at new trends in Biomedical Optics and related topics.
Professor M. Wojtkowski and his team participated in conference Biophotonics Congress: Optics in the Life Sciences, organized by Optical Society of America. This event provided researchers with opportunity to discuss design, fabrication, and application of biomedical optical technologies for life sciences.
On the 30 Sept.-5 Oct., Mounika Rapolu took part in the Fractal Geometry and Stochastics 6 conference. FGS 6 is an international conference that has grown into a leading platform that connects researchers working in fractal geometry and related fields. Mounika Rapolu have been selected to present a poster on “Multifractal, Fractal and Lacunarity analysis of the three-dimensional cerebral vasculature of the mouse brain in vivo”.
Julia Sudyka was invited by dr Arkadiusz Kosior to give an one-hour talk on recent progress made in context of novel imaging systems developed in group of Prof. Wojtkowski. During the seminar of Atomic Optics department she presented the project concerning Single-pixel camera.
SPIE Photonics West, the leading global event for the photonics and laser industries took place in San Francisco early February 2019. Attendees enjoyed a week full of cutting-edge research (over 5,000 presentations) and courses, two world-class exhibitions (1,300 companies), a robust industry program, and plenty of networking opportunities.
The EOS Biennial Meeting (EOSAM), a major European event for the European optics and photonics community, was held in the congress center of TUDelft in Delft Netherlands, October 8-12, 2018. Over 400 attendees took part in the event and over 350 interesting presentations were held on optics and photonics. Leading experts from optical field (e.g. Zeiss company) tutored short courses about practical information on optics design or optimal data processing.
On the 1st and 2nd October, Agnieszka Tadrzak, Patrycja Nitoń, Monika Kuczyńska-Wydorska took part in the MSCA 2018 - Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Annual Conference organized in Vienna, under the Austrian EU Presidency. The aim of the conference was to discuss strategic objectives in the EU research and education policy areas. This two-day conference was divided into: lectures, panel discussions and workshops.
The purpose of the trip was to participate in “Laser Technology Symposium 2018” conference. The conference was devoted to the latest results in laser physics and technology developments, as well as to lasers’ applications: in spectroscopy, medicine, military and scientific uses. Jakub Bogusławski presented a talk entitled “Active mode-locking using graphene modulators”.