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Photonics West 2016

Medical Imaging 2016



Radiomics: there is more than meets the eye in medical imaging

Hugo Aerts

 


EXPLORER: Changing the molecular imaging paradigm with total-body PET/CT

Simon R. Cherry; Ramsey D. Badawi; Terry Jones

 


The evolution of medical imaging from qualitative to quantitative: opportunities, challenges, and approaches

Edward F. Jackson

 

Optics + Photonics 2015

Photonics West 2015

Medical Imaging 2015

Advanced Lithography 2015

Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation 2014

Photonics West 2014



A new plasmonics enhanced ultrafast laser multi-nanoscapel

Michel Meunier

 


Clinical translation in OCT: Role of research, funding, and entrepreneurism

Eric Swanson

 


Diffuse optical methods for assessing breast cancer chemotherapy

Bruce J. Tromberg

 


Femtosecond laser 3D micromachining and its applications to biochip fabrication

Koji Sugioka

 


Journey into the brain: from single synapse to whole brain anatomy by correlative microscopy

Francesco Pavone

 


New small quantum dots for neuroscience

Paul Selvin

 


Optical spectroscopy and tomography of oxygen delivery: From macro to micro and back

David Boas

 


Photoacoustic tomography: Ultrasonically beating optical diffusion and diffraction

Lihong Wang

 


Photonics21 and the perspectives from the European photonics industry

Michael Mertin

 


Scanning fiber endoscopy: multimodes of guided intervention

Eric J. Seibel

 


Single-cell photonic nanocavity probes

Gary Shambat

 


The previously unbelievable performance of ultrafast thin disk lasers

Ursula Keller

 

Optics + Photonics 2014



CPV: Lessons from the First 100MW and the Explosion of Next Generation Technologies

Adam P. Plesniak

 


Materials and devices for bioresorbable electronics

John A. Rogers

 


Nanoscale Engineering Optical Nonlinearities and Nanolasers

Shaya Fainman

 


Organic Solar Cells: From a Lab Curiosity to a Serious Photovoltaic Technology

Karl Leo

 


Data-adaptive filtering and the state of the art in image processing

Peyman Milanfar

 

Smart Structures 2014



Light-induced electrical switching of porphyrin-covered silicon nanowire FETs

Gianaurelio Cuniberti

 


Noncontact laser sensing technology for structural health monitoring and nondestructive testing

Hoon Sohn

 


Transition from Nondestructive Testing (NDT) to Structural Health Monitoring (SHM): potential and challenges

Peter Cawley

 

Optics + Photonics 2013



A unique approach to address concentrator photovoltaic cost and performance challenges

Scott Burroughs

 


Are we alone? Stories from the frontline of Kepler's search for Earth's twin

Jon Jenkins

 


Challenges of solar and renewable energy technologies

Thomas J. Bialek

 


Zapping rocks on Mars: exploring the Red Planet with Curiosity and its laser

Roger C. Wiens

 


Molding optical wavefronts: flat optics based on metasurfaces

Federico Capasso

 


Molecular chromophores for next-generation solar photon harvesting

Andrew J. Ferguson

 


New materials strategies for creating hybrid electronic circuitry

Tobin J. Marks

 


Spin effects in organic optoelectronic devices

Z. Valy Vardeny

 


The optical mission behind the Stratos Project

Dennis Fisher

 


Trends and challenges in open source software

Stephen Aylward

 

Advanced Lithography 2014

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