Saturday, January 23, 2010

Photonics West Bigins

The biggest annual event of OCT community begins. BiOS, a part of SPIE Photonics West starts on Jun. 23rd. in San Francisco. Almost all members of COG are now rushing into that city. We have 7 oral presentations including 6 from our core member and 1 from our collaborator. See this page to see the abstracts and add our presentations to your conference agenda. Come and see our talks!

Saturday 23rd
  • [2:00pm-2:15pm, Room 306] S. Makita et al., "High-sensitive blood flow imaging of the retina and choroid by using double-beam optical coherence angiography."
  • [5:00pm-5:15pm, Room 306] Y. Lim et al., "Polarization Sensitive Corneal and Anterior Segment Swept-Source Optical Coherence Tomography."
  • [5:15pm-5:30pm, Room 306] A. Miyazawa et al., "Tissue discrimination in anterior eye using three optical parameters obtained by polarization sensitive optical coherence tomography."
Sunday 24th
  • [5:30pm-5:45pm, Room 306] Y. Ikuno et al., "Clinical application of high-penetration optical coherence tomography using 1060-nm wevelength."
Monday 25th
  • [1:00pm-1:15pm, Room 303] K. Kurokawa et al., "Adaptive optics spectral domain optical coherence tomography with one-micrometer light source."
Tuesday 26th
  • [11:15am-11:30am] F. Jaillon et al., "BM-mode scanning with parabolic phase modulation for full range Doppler optical tomography."
Wednesday 27th
  • [8:45am-9:00am] M. Yamanari et al., "Full range polarization-sensitive swept-source optical coherence tomography at 1-um with polarization modulation and BM-mode scan."