Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Speakers at SAOT Seminars

Speakers at SAOT Seminars

Year 2018

Christian Kästner
Technische Universität Illmenau, Institute of Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
Subject: Horizontal flow field visualisation in square thermal convection cells with large aspect ratio
Date: 22.05.18

Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Girish S. Agarwal
Oklahoma State University, Department of Physics
Subject: Coherent Perfect Absorption of Quantum Fields
Date: 16.04.18

Howard Lee
Baylor University, Department of Physics
Subject: Presentations for the Young Researcher Award 2018
Date: 20.03.18

Prof. Dr. Wei Wei Cai
Shanghai Jia Tong University, Laboratory of Engine Diagnostics
Subject: Presentations for the Young Researcher Award 2018
Date: 20.03.18

Prof. Dr. Jean-Michel Ménard
University of Ottawa, Department of Physics
Subject: Presentations for the Young Researcher Award 2018
Date: 20.03.18

Prof. Dr. Andreas Mendelis
University of Toronto
Subject: Photothermal Thermophysics: Fundamentals, Diagnostic Techniques,Instrumentation and Applications
Date: 13.03.18

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Year 2017

Stephen Gibson
University of London, Physics Department
Subject: Optical Metrology of Relativistic Particle Beams at the HL-LHC
Date: 19.07.17

Michael McAlpine
University of Minnesota
Subject: A Computational Optics Approach to Optimized 3D Printed Light-Emitting Diodes
Date: 27.02.17

Roarke Horstmeyer
Charite Berlin
Subject: 3D Microscopic Imaging and Classification with 4 Pi Ptychography
Date: 20.02.17

Aamir Farooq
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Subject: Mid-Infrared Laser Sensors for Chemistry, Environment and Biomedical
Date: 20.02.17

Ph.D. Brian Peterson
University of Edinburgh, Department of Mechanical Engineeering
Subject: Advanced Laser and Optical Diagnostic Applications
Date: 20.02.17

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Year 2016

Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Girish S. Agarwal
Oklahoma State University, Department of Physics
Subject: Long Range Light Matter Interactions at Hyperbolic Meta Surfaces
Date: 16.11.16

Prof. Guha Shekhar
Universtiy of Dayton and Air Force Research Laboratory
Subject: Computational challenges in description of light propagation through fast optical system
Date: 29.08.16

Ming Yan
Michigan State University, Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering
Subject: Arock: an Asynchronous Parallel Algorithmic Framework
Date: 19.08.16

Prof. Dr. Bryce Richards
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Subject: The Ups and Downs of Photovoltaics
Date: 01.03.16

Ph.D. Brian Peterson
University of Edinburgh, Department of Mechanical Engineeering
Subject: The use of simultaneous muti-parameter diagnostics for reacting and non-reacting flows
Date: 25.02.16

Gustavo Wiederhecker, Ph.D.
University of Campinas, Applied Physics Department
Subject: Sharing the Photon pressure: Optomechanics with coupled optical cavities
Date: 25.02.16

Prof Darko Zibar
Technical University of Denmark, Department of Photonics Engineering
Subject: Machine learning techniques for next generation optical fibre communication systems
Date: 23.02.16

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Year 2015

Dr. Xavier Delen
Institut d´Optique, Graduate School ParisTech
Subject: Single crystal fibers as a laser gain medium: study of the pump beam propagation and consequences on laser systems
Date: 15.12.15

Dr. Shane Cadogan
Imperial College London
Subject: Diffusion on CO2 in Fluids Relevant to Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage
Date: 13.11.15

Dr. Cédric Giraudet
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Lehrstuhl für Advanced Optical Technologies - Thermophysical Properties
Subject: Determination of transport properties of mixtures in reservoir conditons from the dynamics of non-equilibrium fluctuations
Date: 16.09.15

Prof. Kyle Daun
University of Waterloo, Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering
Subject: Time-Resolved Laser-Induced Incandescence for Sizing Metal Nanoparticles
Date: 21.07.15

Prof. Dr. Ventzeslav Valev
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Dept. Of Pattern Recognition
Subject: Virtual colonoscopy (Techniques of CT Colonography)
Date: 09.07.15

Zhengshan Sun

Subject: Fast tomographic reconstruction of species distributions in reactive and non-reactive flows
Date: 01.07.15

Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Girish S. Agarwal
Oklahoma State University, Department of Physics
Subject: Continuous variable entanglement in classical fields-therory and experiment
Date: 16.06.15

Dr. Miro Erkintalo
University of Auckland
Subject: Temporal cavity solitions:from optical buffers to microresonator frequency combs
Date: 09.06.15

Dr. David Kaftan
University of South Bohemia, Department of Experimental Plant Biology
Subject: Light utilization by plants: benefits and dangers
Date: 05.05.15

Dr. Graham Wigley
Loughborough University, Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering
Subject: Some fundamentals of liquid spray formation - implications for the Phase Doppler measurement technique in dense transient fuel sprays
Date: 18.03.15

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Year 2014

Prof. Colin Studholme
University of Washington, Department of Pediatrics Division of Neonatology
Subject: Large Scale Motion Correction in Fetal Brain Diffusion Imaging Studies
Date: 17.07.14

Dr. H. Philip Stahl
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Apace Optics Manufacturing Tech. Center
Subject: James Webb Space Telescope:The First Light Machine
Date: 07.07.14

Dr. Dagmar Kainmueller
Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics
Subject: Active Graph Matching for Automatic Simultaneous Segmentation and Annotation of C. Elegans
Date: 06.06.14

Prof. David J. Adams
University Melbourne, Health Innovations Research Institute
Subject: Modulation of Cav2.2 and Cav2.3 Channels via GABAB Receptor Activation by Analgesic - Conotxins
Date: 27.05.14

Prof. Dr. Petra Rohrbach
McGill University Quebec, Institute of Parasitology/ Mcdonald Campus
Subject: Probing molecular trafficking in the malaria host-parasite system using advanced optical methods
Date: 08.05.14

Prof. A. Douglas Stone
Yale University, Department of Applied Physics
Subject: Steady-state Ab Initio Laser Theory
Date: 28.04.14

Prof. A. Douglas Stone
Yale University, Department of Applied Physics
Subject: Einstein and Quantum Mechanics: It's Not What You Think
Date: 28.04.14

Dr Kerry Wilson
University of Central Florida, NanoScience Tech. Center & Dept. Of Chemistry
Subject: Applications of Whispering Gallery Mode Resonators for Biosensing
Date: 24.04.14

Prof. Stefan Kröll
Lund University, Department of Physics
Subject: Quantum state engineering of naturally trapped ions for quantum information and quantum optics
Date: 22.04.14

Prof. Tal Carmon
Israel Institute of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Subject: New directions on optomechanics: Brillouin cooling and Microshere gas
Date: 11.04.14

Dr Joost van de Weijer
Universitat Autonòma de Barcelona, Computer Vision Center,
Subject: Color for Object Recognition
Date: 30.01.14

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Year 2013

Dr. Philipp Kukura
University of Oxford, Department of Chemistry
Subject: Single particle tracking with sub-nm accuracy: From nanoscale dynamics to structural biology
Date: 18.12.13

Prof. Dr. Edouard Berrocal
Lund University, Combustion Physics Department
Subject: Structured laser illumination planar imaging for the detailed characterization of Spray systems
Date: 18.12.13

Prof. Dr. Petra Rohrbach
McGill University Quebec, Institute of Parasitology/ Mcdonald Campus
Subject: A spotlight on malaria - optical technologies to unravel the biology of a parasite
Date: 22.05.13

Prof. Dr. Mubarak Shah
University of Central Florida, Center for Research on Computer Vision
Subject: Visual Analysis of Crowded Scenes
Date: 26.04.13

Prof. Dr. Boris Martinac
Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Molecular Cardiology and Biophysics Division
Subject: FRET spectroscopy studies of molecular dynamics of bacterial mechanosensitive channels
Date: 25.02.13

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Year 2012

Prof. Dr. Lin Ma
Virginia Tech, Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering
Subject: Three-Dimensional High-Speed Laser Diagnositcs for Flow and Combustion Visualization
Date: 18.12.12

Prof. Dr. Jonathan Home
ETH Zürich, Institute for Quantum Electronics, Trapped Ion Quantum Information Group
Subject: Photonic-Crystal-Fibre lon Traps
Date: 14.12.12

Prof. Dr. Craig B. Arnold
Princeton University, Dep. Of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Subject: Ultra highspeed variable focus liquid lenses for use in laser processing and imaging applicatons
Date: 27.07.12

Prof. Min Gu
Swinburne University of Technology, Centre for Micro Photonics Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Sciences
Subject: NanoPhotonics - a transformational technology
Date: 12.06.12

Prof. Paolo A. Netti
University of Naples Federico II, Instituto Italio Tecnologia
Subject: Cell-material crosstalking at the nanoscale: cues and news
Date: 25.05.12

Dr. Paul Miles
Sandia National Laboratories, Engine Combustion Department / Combustion Research Facility
Subject: Application of Toluene fuel Tracer LIF to Examine the Mixture Formation Process in a Light-Duty Diesel Engine
Date: 24.05.12

Dr. Scott L. Thomson
Brigham Young University, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Subject: Optical Methods used to Quantify Fluid and Solid Dynamics of Voice Production
Date: 09.05.12

Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Girish S. Agarwal
Oklahoma State University, Department of Physics
Subject: Single Photons and Nonclassical Light in Waveguide Arrays
Date: 02.05.12

Prof. Dr. Zeev Zalevsky
Bar-Ilan University, School of Engineering
Subject: Super-resolved remote sensing
Date: 19.04.12

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Year 2011

Dr. Sukesh Roy
Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc, 2766 Indian Ripple Road
Subject: Femtosecond Laser-Based High-Bandwidth Temperature and Species Concentration Measurements in Turbulent Reacting Flows
Date: 30.11.11

Prof. Martin Booth
University of Oxford, Department of Engineering Science
Subject: Dynamic optics for photonic fabrication
Date: 24.11.11

PhD Kilian Pohl
Health Care Informatics, Departement of Computer Science/ IBM Almaden Research Cener
Subject: Automatic Identification of Pathology from Medical Scans
Date: 22.11.11

Prof. Guoxiong Zhang
Tianjin University
Subject: Some Developments in Coordinate Measuring Techniques
Date: 15.08.11

Prof. Kabashin
Mediterranean University
Subject: Plasmonics and Metamaterials for Biosensing and Therapy
Date: 02.08.11

Prof. Lothar Lilge
University of Toronto, Department of Medical Biophysics
Subject: What provides for the best confromal PDT treatment in intracranial neoplasm
Date: 15.07.11

Dr. Ana Pejovic-Milic
Ryerson University, Department of Physics
Subject: BioMedical Physics and other programs at Ryerson University Toronto, Canada
Date: 13.07.11

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Preim
Universität Magdeburg
Subject: Visuelle Exploration von simulierten und gemessenen Blutflussdaten
Date: 30.06.11

Prof. Sir Michael Berry
Bristol University
Subject: Hamilton's diabolical singularity
Date: 27.06.11

Dr. Brian J. Rodriguez
UCD Conway Institute of Biomolecular and Biomedical Research
Subject: Visualizing Molecular Polar Ordering in Tissues via Electromechanical Coupling
Date: 31.05.11

Prof. Dr. Hakan Tureci
Princeton University, Department of Electrical Engineering
Subject: Shedding light on non-equilibrium dynamics of a spin coupled to fermionic reservoir
Date: 30.05.11

Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Girish S. Agarwal
Oklahoma State University, Department of Physics
Subject: Detrimental effects of quantum noise on amplification of nonclassical and entangled states
Date: 25.05.11

Prof. Ortwin G Hess
Imperial College London, Deparmtnet of Physics
Subject: Dynamics of Amplification and Lasing in Nano-Plasmonic Metamaterials
Date: 20.05.11

Dr. Oleksiy Sydoruk
Imperial College London, Centre of Plasmonics and Metamaterials / Newton International Fellowship of the Royal Society
Subject: Plasmonic terahertz oscillators
Date: 19.05.11

Prof. A. G. Yarovoy
TU Delft, Microwanve Technology and Systems for Rada, and Scientific
Subject: UWB radar imaging
Date: 10.02.11

Prof. Fengzhou Fang
Tianjin University, College of Precision Instrument & Opto-electronics Engineering
Subject: Manufacturing of optical freeform surfaces
Date: 31.01.11

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Year 2010

Dr. Scott L. Thomson
Brigham Young University, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Subject: Optical Methods for Quantifying Fliud and Solid Dynamics of Biological Systems
Date: 29.11.10

Prof. Dr. Zeev Zalevsky
Bar-Ilan University, School of Engineering
Subject: Unconventional Photonic Means and Techniques for Biomedical Applications
Date: 12.11.10

Prof. Dr. Craig B. Arnold
Princeton University, Dep. Of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Subject: 3-D Additiva Multiscale Manufacturing Using Near-Field Ultrafast Laser Processing
Date: 08.11.10

Prof. Lars-Ulrik Aaen Andersen
Technical University of Denmark, Department of Photonic Engineering
Subject: Quantum Metrology
Date: 05.11.10

Prof. Martin Booth
University of Oxford, Department of Engineering Science
Subject: Adaptive optics for microscopy and photonic engineering
Date: 04.11.10

Prof. Dr. Vincent Tscharner v.
University of Calgary, Human Performance Laboratory
Subject: Properties of non-linearly scaled wavelets for feature extraction from time series (electromyographic signals)
Date: 28.10.10

Prof. Dr. Daniel Rueckert
Imperial College London, Department of Computing/ Room 374, Huxley Building
Subject: Computer Aided Diagnosis - Applications in Neuroimaging
Date: 22.10.10

Prof. Dr. Isamu Miyamoto
Osaka University, Department. Welding & Production Engineering
Subject: Laser applications in the first 50 years in Japan
Date: 13.10.10

PhD Kilian Pohl
Health Care Informatics, Departement of Computer Science/ IBM Almaden Research Cener
Subject: A Unified Framework for Disease Classification
Date: 29.09.10

Prof. Dr. Sergio Bova
University of Calabria, Dipartimento di Meccanica
Subject: Techniques for experimental fluid flow investigations: Laser Doppler Anemometry (LDA and Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV)
Date: 27.09.10

Prof. Dr. Leming Cheng
Zhejiang University
Subject: Development of Porous Media Combustion in Zhejiang University
Date: 27.09.10

Dr. Thorsten Rohlfing
Stanford Research Institute
Subject: Myths, Legends, and Rumors of Image Registration
Date: 08.09.10

Dr. Wolfgang J.R. Hoefer
Institute of High Performance Computing
Subject: Research on Optical Superresolution Imaging at the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) Singapore
Date: 20.08.10

Ph.D. Alberto Piqué
Naval Research Laboratory Washington, Materials Science and Technology Division
Subject: Digital Microfabrication by Laser Forward Transfer
Date: 05.07.10

Prof. Dr. Anwar Chaudhri
Klinikum Nürnberg Süd, Institut für diagnostische und interventionelle Radiologie
Subject: Applications of OPTO-ANALYTICAL technique (ICP) in biomedical fields: some still unresolved problems
Date: 29.06.10

Dr. Paul Danehy
NASA Langley Research Center, Advanced Sensing And Optical Measurements Branch
Subject: Exploring Hypersonic Flows using Laser Spectroscopy
Date: 25.06.10

Dr. Andrei Kholkin
University of Aveiro, Center for Research in Ceramics and Composite materials
Subject: Electromechnics in biosystems: a PFM view
Date: 24.06.10

Dr. Thomas Settersten
Sandia National Labs
Subject: Picosecond time-domain CARS for combustion research
Date: 18.06.10

PD Dr. Jürgen Hartmann
Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Berlin
Subject: Thermodynamik für die Herausforderungen des 21. Jahrhunderts and Innovationen für die Hochtemperaturmesstechnik
Date: 18.06.10

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Will
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Lehrstuhl für Technische Thermodynamik
Subject: Thermodynamik für die Herausforderungen des 21. Jahrhunderts and Innovationen für die Hochtemperaturmesstechnik
Date: 18.06.10

Prof. Dr. Gábor Székely
ETH Zürich, Medical Image Analysis and Visualization Group
Subject: Approximation of Patient-Specific Blood Flow in Arterial Bifurcations
Date: 15.06.10

Dr. Michael Drake
General Motors R&D Center, Warren, Research and Development Center
Subject: Stratified Ignition Processes in Spray-Guided SIDI Engines
Date: 14.06.10

Prof. Dr. Craig B. Arnold
Princeton University, Dep. Of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Subject: High Throughput Direct-Write Near-Field Nanopatterning
Date: 02.06.10

Prof. Dr. Clemens Kaminski
University of Cambridge, Deptartment of Chemical Engineering
Subject: Quantitative Imaging of Molecular Interactions
Date: 28.05.10

Dr. Felice Corcione
Instituto Motori Neaples
Subject: Current Diesel Engine Projects of Intstituto Motori
Date: 26.05.10

Dr. Felice Corcione
Instituto Motori Neaples
Subject: Advanced Mechanisms of Combustion for IC Engines
Date: 20.05.10

Prof. Dr. Isamu Miyamoto
Osaka University, Department. Welding & Production Engineering
Subject: Laser-Matter interaction in fusion welding of glass unsing ultrashor laser pulses
Date: 19.05.10

Prof. Dr. Sergei G. Kazarian
Imperial College London, Department of Chemical Engineering
Subject: Seeing it in a different light: chemical imaging of polymeric and biomedical materials
Date: 18.05.10

Dr. Russel D. Lockett
City University London, School of Engineering
Subject: The optical characterisation of diesel flows and sprays
Date: 17.03.10

Prof. Dr. Yasuyuki Kakihana
Kagoshima University Hospital, Devision Intensice Medicine
Subject: The potential of near-infrared time-resolved spectroscopy as an index of pivotal organs and tissue..
Date: 12.03.10

Prof. Dr. Tomotsugu Yasuda
Kagoshima University Hospital, Division Internsive Medicine
Subject: Efficacy of Recombinant Human Soluble Thrombomdulin in Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
Date: 12.03.10

Prof. Dr. Joachim Buhmann
ETH Zurich
Subject: Visual INFORMATION: How to find it in images
Date: 11.02.10

Prof. Dr. Dirk Bartz
Universität Leipzig
Subject: Visual Computing for Complex Datasets
Date: 27.01.10

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Year 2009

Dr. Bernhard Adams
Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source
Subject: Measuring with X-Rays
Date: 07.07.09

Prof. Dr. Michael Vasilyev
University of Texas, Department of Electrical Engineering
Subject: All-optical 2R regeneration of multi-channel WDM signals
Date: 06.07.09

Dr. Hans-Ulrich Zühlke
Jenoptik Automatisierungtechnik GmbH
Subject: Laser baser wafer dicing
Date: 29.06.09

Prof. Dr. Robert Byer
School of Humanities and Sciences at Standford University
Subject: Status and Future of Solid State Lasers: Challenges for 21st Century Quantum Electronics
Date: 22.06.09

Prof. Dr. Isamu Miyamoto
Osaka University, Department. Welding & Production Engineering
Subject: Laser weldung
Date: 19.05.09

Michel Ngamo Toko
Groupe de Physique des Materiaux (GPM)
Subject: 3D Laser Tomographic Atom Probe
Date: 11.05.09

Sebastian Duguay
Groupe de Physique des Materiaux (GPM)
Subject: 3D Laser Tomographic Atom Probe
Date: 11.05.09

Dr. Pavel Belov
Queen Mary University of London
Subject: Transmission of images with subwavelength resolution to distances of sveral wavelenghts in microwave
Date: 05.05.09

Prof. Dr. Valerii Tuchin
Saratov State University, Institute of Optics and Biophotonics
Subject: Optical Clearing of Biological Tissues and Blood
Date: 21.04.09

Prof. Dr. Yasuyuki Kakihana
Kagoshima University Hospital, Devision Intensice Medicine
Subject: Cerebral monitoring via nearinfrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in intensive care
Date: 21.03.09

Prof. Dr. Valerii Tuchin
Saratov State University, Institute of Optics and Biophotonics
Subject: Optical clearing of biological tissues and blood
Date: 21.03.09

Prof. Dr. Franko Küppers
University of Arizona, College of Optical Sciences
Subject: Multichannel and rate all-optical clock recovery
Date: 16.03.09

Prof. Dr. Peter Berlien
Elisabeth Clinic, Dep. For Laser Medicine
Subject: Biophotonics - the physiciany perspective
Date: 21.01.09

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Year 2008

Prof. Dr. Clemens Kaminski
University of Cambridge, Deptartment of Chemical Engineering
Subject: Multidimensional, Hyperspectral Imaging of Molecular Dynamics in Biological Systems
Date: 17.12.08

Prof. Dr. Dimitri Petrov
Catalan Institute of Advanced Studies and Research
Subject: Combining Raman spectroscopy and Photonic Force Microscopy
Date: 15.12.08

PhD Zsolt Szabo
NRC National Institute for Nanotechnology
Subject: Electromagnetic Fields in Photonic Crystals
Date: 15.12.08

Prof. Dr. Brian C. Wilson
Ontaria Cancer Institute and Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Division of Biophysics & Bioimaging/ Applied Biophotonics
Subject: Biophotonics for Therapeutics, Diagnostics and Analytics:
Date: 02.12.08

Prof. Dr. Alexandra Boltasseva
Purdue University, USA, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Birck Nanotechnology Center
Subject: Making Metal-Dielectric Structures for Nanoplasmonics and Metamaterials
Date: 27.11.08

Prof. Dr. Laszlo Solymar
Imperial College, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Subject: Growing waves in drifting solid state plasmas
Date: 27.11.08

Prof. Dr. William Whelan
Prince Edward Island University, Canada, Research Chair in Biomedical Optics
Subject: Laser Thermal Therapy Monitoring: Optoacoustic Imaging and Point Radiance Spectroscopy
Date: 13.11.08

Prof. Dr. Frank Vollerstsen
Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik GmbH
Subject: Materials processing with high brightness lasers
Date: 30.10.08

Prof. Dr. Igor Smirnov
Universität Konstanz
Subject: The spectroscopic studies at the Optical Spectroscopy Department of A.M.Prokhorov
Date: 29.10.08

Prof. Dr. Acar Burak
Bogazici University, Electrical-Electronics Eng. Dept.
Subject: DT-MRI Analysis: Connectivity or Tractography
Date: 28.10.08

Dr. Eduard Rohan
University of West Bohemia, Dept. Of Mechanics
Subject: Application of the homogenization method in modelling and optimization of acoustic wave
Date: 28.10.08

Prof. Dr. D. Morofke
University of Oxford, University of Oxford
Subject: Doppler Optical Coherence Tomography and Turbid Polarimetry
Date: 22.09.08

Prof. Dr. Franjo Pernus
University of Ljubljana, Dept. Of Electrical Engineering
Subject: 3D/2D Registration for Imgae-Guided Interventions
Date: 22.09.08

Prof. Dr. Takeyuki Kamimoto
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Deptartment of Mechanical Engineering
Subject: Measurements of Engine-Out Soot Emission by a Soot Aggregate Scattering Approach
Date: 18.09.08

Prof. Dr. Takeyuki Kamimoto
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Deptartment of Mechanical Engineering
Subject: The Two-Color Pyrometry - Ist Fundamentals and Application to the Soot Phenomena in Diesel Engines
Date: 16.09.08

Prof. Dr. Isamu Miyamoto
Osaka University, Department. Welding & Production Engineering
Subject: Novel Fusion Welding Technology of Glass Using Ultrashort Pulse Lasers
Date: 09.09.08

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Popp
Universität Jena, Institut für Photonische Technologien
Subject: Advanced Raman Spectroscopy - A Powerful Tool in Lifescience and Material Research
Date: 25.08.08

Dr. Li Zhongshan
Lund Institute Of Technology, Division Of Combus11On Physics
Subject: Investigation of turbulent flame structures with advanced PLIF and detection
Date: 21.08.08

Dr. Balázs Erdohelyi
University of Szeged, Dept. Of Image Processing and Comp. Graphics
Subject: Surgical Planning and Biomechanical Analysis of Bone Fractures
Date: 14.08.08

Prof. Dr. Richard Hartley
Australian National University, Dept. Of Systems Engineering, RSISE
Subject: Optimal estimation Methods, and Motion Estimation for Non-Overlapping Multi-Camera Rigs
Date: 11.07.08

Prof. Dr. Rebecca Fahrig
Stanford University School of Medicine, Dept. Radiology
Subject: Reconstruction and Correction Issues in C-arm CT
Date: 08.07.08

Prof. Dr. Thorsten M. Buzug
Universität Lübeck, Institut für Medizintechnik
Subject: Innovative Methoden der tomographischen Bildgebung
Date: 03.07.08

Dr. Guennadi Saiko
Ontario Cancer Institute, University Health Network, Toronto
Subject: Light Propagation in Turbid Media: Analytical Approaches
Date: 01.07.08

Prof. Dr. Carlo Tomasi
Duke University, Dept. of Computer Science
Subject: Scale-Sensitive Shape Metrics
Date: 17.06.08

Prof. Dr. Isamu Miyamoto
Osaka University, Department. Welding & Production Engineering
Subject: Laser Materials Processing in Japan
Date: 28.05.08

Prof. Dr. Roberto Morandotti
INRS-ÉMT
Subject: Novel Thin Film Technology for Hybrid Optoelectronics Integration
Date: 15.05.08

Dr. Nicole Ruiter
Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe
Subject: Optimization of Ultrasound Transducers for Ultrasound Computer Tomography
Date: 15.05.08

Dr. Igor Meglinski
Cranfield University, Bio-Medical Imaging and Bio-Photonics
Subject: Imaging through Complex Turbid Media: Biomedical Applications
Date: 09.05.08

Ron Rubinstein
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Computer Science Department
Subject: K-SVD for Dummies: An Introduction to Sparse Representation and the K-SVD Algorithm
Date: 02.04.08

Dr. Stefan Illek
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH, OS CE IP
Subject: Light from Crystals - Light Emitting Diodes are Penetrating our Everyday Life
Date: 05.03.08

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Year 2007

Dr. T. Euler
Max-Planck-Institut for Medical Research, Dept. of Biomedical Optics
Subject: Cellular Mechanisms of Signal Processing in the Retina
Date: 17.12.07

Prof. Dr Dmitry Kazantsev
Universität Moskau, Inst. f. Theoretical & Experimental Physics
Subject: Apertureless Scanning Near Field Microscope with Interferometric Detection of Scattered Light
Date: 24.10.07

Dr. Jonathan Frank
Sandia National Laboratories
Subject: Dissipative and Reactive Scales in Turbulent Jet Flames
Date: 31.08.07

Dr. Afshin Goharzadeh
Petroleum Institut (Abu Dhabi-UAE)
Subject: Non-Intrusive Flow Measurements at the Interface between a Viscoous Fluid and a Permeable Sediment L
Date: 08.08.07

Prof. Dr. Andreas Fröba
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Lehrstuhl für Advanced Optical Technologies - Thermophysical Properties
Subject: Determination of Thermophysical Properties by Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS)
Date: 08.08.07

Prof. Dr. Ekaterina Shamonina
University of Oxford Wadham College, Department of Electrical Engineering
Subject: Electromagnetic Metamaterials from Megahertz to Visible Frequency Range
Date: 10.07.07

Prof. Dr. G. Marowsky
Laser-Laboratorium Göttingen e.V. (LLG)
Subject: Grating-Waveguide Structures: Theoretical Aspects and Applications in Physics and Analytics
Date: 04.07.07

Dr. Gerd Eßer
INPRO Berlin
Subject: Der Laser - Präzisionswerkzeug für die Mikrobearbeitung
Date: 28.06.07

Dr. Martin Goede
VW Wolfsburg
Subject: Photonikanwendungen im Transportwesen - Technologien mit Zukunft
Date: 28.06.07

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Mission

SAOT provides an interdisciplinary research and education program of excellence within a broad international network of distinguished experts to promote innovation and leadership in the areas

Optical Metrology
Optical Material Processing
Optics in Medicine
Optics in Communication and Information Technology
Optical Materials and Systems
and Computational Optics.