Thursday 13, February 2020

New retinal laser therapy in the Eye Hospital of UKSH

At the institute of biomedical Optics the research group of PD Dr Yoko Miura is being actively engaged in basic researches on therapeutic mechanism of minimally invasive laser treatment on the retina. She, as an Ophthalmology specialist, has started this new type of laser therapy to treat the...

Friday 10, January 2020

German-Chinese Cooperation in Laser Nano-Medinice

The German Research Foundation (DFG) and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) support a three-years mobility project with 183.000 Euro.

Tuesday 07, January 2020

Fast LiDAR technology published in Nature Photonics

Professor Sebastian 'Nino' Karpf from the Institute of Biomedical Optics (BMO) has developed a novel system for LiDAR that enables fast spatial imaging in 3D. High speeds are achieved by using a novel inertia-free spectral scanning method. This work was conducted in cooperation with researchers...

Friday 06, December 2019

Publication about first simultaneous, functional imaging in neurons and photoreceptors of the human retina has been highlighted as an Editor's Pick by Optics Letters

The Optical Society of America (OSA) highlights the publication of Hüttmann group on functional imaging of neurons and photoreceptors of the human retina in its latest issue of the acclaimed journal Optics Letters (

Thursday 10, October 2019

Our new start-up Visotec is supported by Bayer’s “G4ADigital Health Partnerships program”

Our new start-up Visotec GmbH ( will be supported by the Bayer “G4ADigital Health Partnerships program”.

Monday 07, October 2019

Symbolic changeover of the relay baton 01.10.2019

Robert Huber is new director of the Institute of Biomedical Optics (BMO): Symbolic changeover of the relay baton

Friday 13, September 2019

Travel Grant for Euretina 2019 to Britta Lewke

In 2019, the Retinological Society awarded eight travel grants to young scientists to enable them to participate in the Euretina Annual Congress.