The conference addressed phase information in imaging with topics such as lensless imaging, phase retrieval, adaptive and active optics, ptychography, holography, tomography. We also had the honour to have 14 invited speakers from all over the world and many oral and poster presentations. The conference attracted about 100 participants from the Netherlands and from abroad. We thank the support of NWO, ASML, Carl Zeiss, Single Quantum and DOC who helped making this exciting meeting possible.
Subsequently, the SPIE Student Chapter of TUD organised from 9-11 November a series of lectures given by prof. Carl Bender, Washington University, St. Louis, U.S.A, prof. Ari Friberg, University of Eastern Finland, Dr. Stefan Witte, Free University Amsterdam and Dr. Yifeng Shao of University of Technology Delft. The event was attended by approximately 40 students and was considered a big success.
About Optics Research Group.
The Optics Research Group of Delft University of Technology carries out research to achieve disruptive improvements in resolution and sensitivity for plethora applications, and provides high level education and supervision to students and trainings for industry. The Group is active in outreach, is co-leader of the Dutch Optics Centre and is in the Boards of international and national optical societies such as ICO, EOS and PhotonicsNL.