The 7. International Conference on Speckle Metrology – SPECKLE2018


The goal of the Speckle2018 conference was to discus and exchange ideas between scientists, engineers and students dealing with the speckle metrology and related techniques. This three-day conference consisted of high-level presentations from scientist from across the Europe, America and Asia, was an excellent platform and opportunity to interact with various optics specialist and have discussions. This conference was mostly  focused on the latest innovations and challenges facing in the speckle metrology and related techniques in particular: fringe pattern analysis and phase retrieval, data retrieval in speckle metrology, digital speckle pattern interferometry, digital holography and holographic interferometry, computational imaging, optical diffraction tomography, speckle pattern photography and digital image correlation, 3D/4D imaging and measurement, biomedical applications, micro- and Nano-metrology, speckle as a tool in security techniques. Most of the talks were really close to the work of the team of prof. Wojtkowski, for example an interesting application of holography was shown by prof. Pietro Ferraro, who was able to image single cells in microchannels with high resolution. A lot of attention was also paid to different properties of speckles – both how to use it or how to eliminate it.

Prof. Maciej Wojtkowski gave a talk entitled Spatio-Temporal Optical Coherence techniques for in vivo tissue imaging.

Mounika Rapolu presented a poster on Enhanced Image processing of OCT data for Global Ischemia and Glioblastoma.

Michał Hamkało have presented a poster titled Imaging through turbid media with speckle illumination optical coherence tomography. His presentation met with a good attitude of other scientist and a lot of good conversations by the poster. The presentation was also appreciated by the scientific committee of the conference and awarded with the best poster presentation award.


Sept. 9-12, 2018


Janów Podlaski, Poland


Maciej Wojtkowski

Michał Hamkało

Mounika Rapolu


Photonics Society of Poland,

The International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE)

Warsaw University of Technology,

Institute of Micromechanics and Photonics

More information about the event .

This project has received funding from the European Union’s
Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
under grant agreement No 666295.