Photonics West: Research award nominations, upcoming talks, travel grant

This year, the staff of the Institute of Biomedical Optics (BMO) and the Medical Laser Centre Lübeck GmbH (MLL) will again be represented in large numbers at Photonics West 2023 from 28.01.-02.02.2023 in San Francisco.

This year again, the staff of the Institute of Biomedical Optics (BMO) and the Medical Laser Center Lübeck GmbH (MLL) will be represented in large numbers at Photonics West 2023. The conference will take place in San Francisco (USA) from 28.01.2023 to 02.02.2023 and represents the most important conference in the fields of lasers, biomedical optics and biophotonic technologies as well as quantum and optoelectronics. An overview of our researchers' presentations can be found in the table below.
In addition, we are proud that the work of Wolfgang Draxinger and Madita Göb is particularly highlighted and supported by SPIE. Mr. Draxinger and his colleagues are nominated for the "SPIE Translational Research Award" which recognizes outcomes-based studies that can change patients' lives. SPIE supports Ms. Göb with the "Student Conference Support" which covers travel and accommodation costs up to $1000.




Norbert Linz

High-speed photographic investigation of pulsed laser ablation in liquids with ultrahigh spatial and sub-100-ps temporal resolution

29.01. 16:40 Uhr

Madita Göb

Large area robotically assisted optical coherence tomography (LARA-OCT) for skin imaging with MHz-OCT surface tracking

31.01. 08:00 Uhr

Sazgar Burhan

Characterization of brain tumor tissue by time-resolved phase-sensitive optical coherence elastography at 3.2 MHz line rate

29.11. 16:00 Uhr

Sazgar Burhan

Phase analysis strategies for MHz OCE in the large displacement regime

01.02. 10:45 Uhr

Marie Klufts

850 nm FDML laser

30.01. 10:30 Uhr

Asim Bashir

1200 nm Fourier domain mode locked (FDML) laser for optical coherence tomography (OCT)

30.01. 11:00 Uhr

Philipp Lamminger

900 nm swept source FDML laser with kW peak power

02.02. 15:30 Uhr

Tonio Kutscher

Kilohertz two-photon microscopy with spectro-temporal laser imaging by diffractive excitation (SLIDE) at 780nm

28.01. 17:00 Uhr

Wolfgang Draxinger*

High speed 4D in-vivo OCT imaging of the human brain: Creating high density datasets for machine learning toward identification of malign tissue in real time

30.01. 10:30 Uhr

Paul Strenge

Dual wavelength analysis and classification of brain tumor tissue with optical coherence tomography

28.01. 14:10 Uhr

Nicolas Detrez

Air-jet based optical coherence elastography: processing and mechanical interpretation of brain tumor data

28.01. 16:20 Uhr

Léo Puyo

Diffused-illumination full-field swept-source optical coherence tomography

31.01. 10:30 Uhr

* Award nominee