News - 10-Sep-2019
Face2Phase – Oct 21-23, 2019
The conference Fase2Phase, 2nd Edition, addresses imaging with phase information and covers topics such as lensless imaging, aberration retrieval, adaptive and active optics, ptychography, holography, tomography, phase retrieval and applications.
In parallel to the conference, a special exhibition; “Optics for all” is organized by the Optics Research group. On Wednesday afternoon there is a workshop organized (free of charge) for the students with four interesting speakers. On Tuesday evening we have planned the poster session combined with a walking dinner. The conference dinner on Wednesday evening organised together with the Adaptive Optics conference.
The following distinguished invited speakers have confirmed their attendance:
Prof. John Rodenburg, University of Sheffield (UK)
Dr. Andreas Menzel, Paul Scherrer Institute (CH)
Prof. Paul Planken, ARCNL/UVA (NL)
Prof. Allard Mosk, University Utrecht (NL)
Prof. Shiyan Liu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, (CN)
Prof. Silvain Gigan, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel (FR)
Prof. Hans-Peter Herzig, EPFL, Switserland (CH)
Prof. Ivo Vellekoop, University of Twente, Faculty TNW, BMPI (NL).
Prof. Henry Chapman, Center of Free-Electron Laser Science DESY / Universität Hamburg (DE)
Prof. Margaret Murnane, NSF STROBE Science and Technology Center JILA, University of Colorado Boulder (USA).
Dr. Stefano Bonora, NR Institute for Photonics and Nanotechnology (IT)
Dr. Sophie Brasselet, Institut Fresnel (FR)
Dr. Na Ji, Univerisity of Berkely, Helen Wills Neurocience Institute (USA)
Prof. Yihui Wu, Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics (CN)
Dr. Kevin Zhou, Duke University (USA)
Delegates of Face@Phase have full access to AOIM talks and program events. Only one registration (to any of these two events) is necessary. The events are scheduled one after another to avoid parallel sessions: Face2Phase on 21-23 October, and AOIM on 23-25 Oct, with no overlap.
Join our conference register here
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