This 2-day matchmaking event, parallel to EOSAM topical meetings and industrial exhibition, is a quick and easy way to meet potential cooperation partners.
People meet and greet at high speed.
20 minutes is usually enough to build connections, then the bell rings and the next talk starts.
Scope of this topical meeting is to bring together different fields of expertise in the fundamentals as well as in application of adaptive and active optics. Such applications are mainly but not limited to microscopy, beam-shaping, imaging in scattering media, metrology, medical applications and astronomy. Special emphasis will be put on the enabling technologies for such applications.
Thus, novel adaptive optical elements, algorithms and sensors to generate the required signal and the required optical setup for their proper system integration will be the focus of this topical meeting.
Furthermore, this platform is dedicated to bring together researchers from universities and institutes with industrial representatives fabricating adaptive optical elements and costumers offering products applying adaptive optical technology. Hence, this event is dedicated to provide an inspiring atmosphere to discuss and generate promising future applications within this field.
Topics include but are not limited to:
Adaptive and active optics for imaging
Adaptive and active optics for sensing
Adaptive and active optics for manufacturing
Adaptive and active optics for non-imaging in particular lighting and illumination
Chair: Joerg Petschulat, Carl Zeiss AG (DE)
Co-chair: Allard Mosk, University of Twente (NL)
Allard Mosk, University of Twente (NL)
Alexander Rohrbach, University of Freiburg (DE)
Alfredo Dubra, Medical College of Wisconsin (US)
Changhuei Yang, California Institute of Technology (US)
Martin Booth, University of Oxford (GB)
Michel Verhaegen, Delft Center for Systems and Control (NL)
Christoph Skupsch, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, Dresden (DE): Deeper insight with MEMS based illumination
General Chair: Paul Urbach - Delft University of Technology (NL) General co-chair: Seppo Honkanen - University of Eastern Finland (FI) Local Scientific Chair: Rainer Schuhmann – Berliner Glas KGaA (DE)
Contributions are accepted for oral and poster presentation. All authors are requested to register separately from abstract submission.
Abstracts must be submitted as two-page pdf files that are formatted along the guidelines given in this file.
You might wish to use either the Word or LaTeX template.
Abstract submission closed.
Information for authors
Time slots: Presenting authors are allotted 15 minutes (12 minutes presentation plus 3 minutes for discussion). Please plan your presentation accordingly to meet the 15 minute maximum.
Presentation upload: Speakers are requested to upload their presentation to the computer in the meeting room well in advance to their talk.
Presentation format: Please bring your presentation on a USB mass storage, CD-ROM or DVD and include all video files. File formats: ppt, pptx and pdf. A Windows-based presentation computer will be provided.
For Mac users: To make sure your presentation is displayed correctly, please:
bring your presentation as a pdf-file with fonts embedded or
restrict yourself to Arial/Times New Roman (not Times)/Courier New (not Courier)/Symbol/Wingdings when creating your ppt- or pptx-file.
Technical equipment: Technical equipment (presentation computer, video projector) will be available on-site.
There will be one poster session during EOSAM 2014.
Poster session: Wednesday, 17 September 12:45 – 14:45 CEST
Posters may be set up starting 11:15 on Wednesday, 17 September and should be completely set up no later than 12:45 that day.
Poster authors are requested to be present at their posters during the official poster session. Please prepare and print your poster in advance to the conference. Poster set-up and removal is in the responsibility of the authors.
Any posters left on the boards at the close of the poster session will be discarded. Poster numbers will be displayed on the poster boards to show authors where to place their poster.
Required poster size: The posters should have a size of DIN A1 (594 x 841 mm) or DIN A0 (841 x 1189 mm) in a portrait for-mat (no landscape format). Pins will be provided by the organiser.
Members of the Optical Society of Japan and the Chinese Optical Society are entitled to register with EOS-member fee.
Non-EU participants, EU companies and businesses (except Finland) with VAT number*
Private persons from EU, companies and businesses in Finland with VAT number (incl. VAT 24%)**
Early-bird student members
Early-bird student non-members
Late student members
Late student non-members
*EU companies and businesses with VAT number (except Finland): reverse charge for VAT payment applied according to the Finnish VAT act §65 and EU VAT directive articles 44 and 196.
** VAT 24% according to the Finnish VAT act §69H.
Early-bird deadline: Monday 18 August 2014
EOSAM 2014 will be held in Berlin Adlershof, the city of science, technology and media. See map.
Presenters at an EOS Topical Meeting are kindly invited to consider the submission of a manuscript about their research to the EOS open-access on-line journal JEOS:RP (Journal of the European Optical Society, Rapid Publications, www.jeos.org). A 20% discount will be applied to the author fee. JEOS:RP publishes articles about recent scientific research and technological innovation as well as review papers about a topic in science or innovation from the recent past. A contribution should be original and will be subjected to the journal’s standard anonymous peer review process for scientific quality. The average time-to-publication of the journal is of the order of 75 days.
This conference is operated by European Optical Society Oy, Business ID 2559965-4, VAT no: FI25599654, Domicile Joensuu, Finland.
The focus of this topical meeting is to explore new trends and applications in the field of Biophotonics and Medical Optics. New developments in optical control of cells, biomarkers, fluidics and lab on a chip devices as well as new approaches to tissue imaging and cell functionality will be discussed.
Topical meetings in Diffractive Optics in this series have been organized on eight occasions before, in most cases under the auspices of EOS (Savonlinna 1997, Jena 1999, Budapest 2001, Oxford 2003, Warsaw 2005, Barcelona 2007, Koli 2010, Delft 2012). This time, Diffractive Optics has been added as one new TOM in the 2014 EOSAM.
Contributions are solicited on all areas of Diffractive Optics and all application fields are concerned, including life sciences, sensing, solid state lighting, and solar photonics.
Topics include but are not limited to:
Modelling of diffractive optics
Diffractive optics and polarization
Scattering by diffractive optical elements
Inverse problems in diffraction optics
Fabrication and characterisation, measurement and inspection
Adaptive and switchable diffractive optics
New materials for diffractive optics including metamaterials
Pierre Chavel, Institut d’Optique (FR)
Jari Turunen, University of Eastern Finland (FI)
Benfeng Bai, Tsinghua University (CN)
Pedro Andrés Bou, Universtitat de València (ES)
Uwe Zeitner, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering (DE)
Yves Jourlin, Université Jean Monnet/ CNRS (FR)
Webster Cash, University of Colorado (US): Advanced Astronomical Observatories Using Binary Diffractive Optics
Andrew Forbes, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (ZA): Customised laser modes by dynamic and geometric phase control
Gladys Minguez-Vega, Universitat Jaume I (ES): Shaping femtosecond beams with spatial light modulators
Jaime Gómez Rivas, Eindhoven University of Technology (NL) (Joint invited talk with TOM 5)
Juan Liu, Beijing Institute of Technology (CN): Design and fabrication of the diffractive optical elements on curved surface by interference
Piotr Wróbel, University of Warsaw (PL): Diffraction grating-coupled plasmon-polariton surface waves
Toyohiko Yatagai, Utsunomiya University (JP): Full view-angle 3D display with computer-generated holograms based on rigorous diffraction theory