Biophysics, Plenary Lecture

PROGRAMMABLE OPTICS AND PROGRAMMING FOR OPTICS: APPLICATIONS IN BIOPHOTONICS

Mark Neil, Department of Physics, Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College, UK

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ABSTRACT

With the development of low cost computers and cameras, the scope for what can be achieved in optical imaging and related techniques has increased dramatically in recent years. In addition, the ability to control the light that is used in optical techniques using spatial light modulators or even just plain masks has allowed us to both achieve effects that are simply not possible with conventional optics, or provide a complement to our ability to process captured images computationally. This talk will discuss a range of optical techniques that combine programmable optics with computation in applications for the Biophotonics field.

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Prof. Mark Neil

Department of Physics, Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College
UK

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