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London Conference Highlights Key Innovations in Photonics Technologies

publication date: Apr 1, 2016
author/source: Photonex


We bring you more exciting news about Photonex London Roadshow.

The programme has now been finalised with an excellent calibre of speakers set to give presentations.

Attend this event to broaden your knowledge in the world of photonics by attending a key meeting for photonics technologies in the life sciences. The technical committee have commented that this international quality 'invited' programme includes presentations by eminent and leading European research scientists.

 It is an event not to be missed.


Session 1: Advances in Optical Nanoscopy

Chair: Dr Pierre Mahou

10:00 A new perspective on nanoscale structure and dynamics with ultra sensitive optical microscope

Prof Philip Kukura, University of Oxford, UJ

10:25 Ellipsoid localisation microscopy infers spore coat structure

Dr Eric Rees, University of Cambridge, UK


Multiphoton imaging of developing tissues: multicolor and light-sheet approaches

Dr Emmanuel Beaurepaire, Laboratory for Optics and Bioscience, Ecole Polytechnique, France

Session 2: Biomedical Optics

Chair: Dr Ilias Tachtsidis

12:10 Spectroscopy and multispectral imaging of skin in patients with Raynaud’s phenomenon

Dr Andrea Murray, University of Manchester

12:25 Using light to modulate the impact of ageing on the retina

Prof Glen Jeffery, UCL

12:50 lunch break - opportunity to review the Exhibition

Poster Session 

13.50 in the Exhibition Hall

Session 3: Clincial Biophotonics

Chair: Dr Pete Tomlins

14:30 Probing the molecular fingerprints for disease using Raman spectroscopy 

Prof Nick Stone, University of Exeter

14:55 title to be confirmed

David Highton, UCL, UK

Session 4: Optical Neural Imaging

Chair: Dr Chris Dunsby

15:20 Speeding up neural circuit manipulation and readout with computer-generated holography 

Dr Amanda Foust, Imperial College London

15:45 Investigation of mechanosensation in C.elegans using light field calcium imaging 

Dr Mike Shaw, UCL

16.10 Closing remarks

16:15 Award for Poster Prize

16:20 End of Meeting (The Exhibition will remain open until 5pm)

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