Optical Bioimaging

  • Chairs

    • Stefan Andersson-Engels, Irish Photonic Integration Centre, Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Ireland

    • Alex Vitkin, University of Toronto, Canada

    • Ilya Turchin, Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Russia

  • Topics

    • Coherence domain optical methods and optical coherence tomography

    • Optical diffuse spectroscopy/tomography

    • Fluorescence imaging

    • Multiphoton and super-resolution microscopy in the biomedical sciences

    • Optoacoustic imaging

  • Scientific Secretary

    • Daria Kurakina

      Institute of Applied Physics RAS, Russia

      vekfy@inbox.ru

  • Invited Speakers

    • Stefan Andersson-Engels

      Irish Photonic Integration Centre (IPIC), Tyndall National Institute and Department of Physics University College Cork, Ireland

      Monitoring infant lung function using NIR spectroscopy of oxygen and water vapour

    • Paul Beard

      University College London

      Biomedical photoacoustic imaging using optically resonant cavity detection

    • Duchan Chorvat

      Duchan Chorvat

      Dept. of Biophotonics, International Laser Centre,Slovakia

      Multi-modal imaging of label-free cells and tissues

    • Hamid Dehghani

      Hamid Dehghani

      The University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

      Applications of diffuse optics for detection and characterisation of disease: Thyroid cancer and Rheumatoid Arthritis

    • Joerg Enderlein

      Joerg Enderlein

      Goettingen University, Germany

      Metal-Induced Energy Transfer - Converting fluorescence lifetime into Angstrom spatial resolution

    • Martin Frenz

      Martin Frenz

      University of Bern, Institute of Applied Physics, Switzerland

      Quantitative multimodal optoacoustic and ultrasound imaging

    • Xavier Intes

      Xavier Intes

      Biomedical Engineering department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

      Macroscopic Lifetime Imaging

    • Ralf Jungmann

      Ralf Jungmann

      Max-Plank-Institute of Biophysical Chemistry,Germany

      Super-resolution microscopy with DNA molecules: Towards localizomics

    • Jana Kainerstorfer

      Jana Kainerstorfer

      Carnegie Mellon University, USA

      Monitoring of Cerebral Hemodynamics with Near-Infrared Light in the Context of Brain Injury

    • Sebastian Karpf

      Sebastian Karpf

      Institute of Biomedical Optics, University of Luebeck, Germany

      Ultrafast multiphoton microscopy and FLIM

    • Kirill Larin

      Kirill Larin

      University of Houston, Baylor College of Medicine, USA

      Quantification of Tissue Mechanical Properties with Dynamic Optical Coherence Elastography: from bench to bedside

    • Rainer Leitgeb

      Rainer Leitgeb

      Medical University of Vienna, Austria

      Digital wavefront manipulation in OCT

    • Marcel Leutenegger

      Marcel Leutenegger

      Max Plank Institute of Biophysical Chemistry, Department of NanoBiophotonics, Gottingen, Germany

      TBA

    • Igor Meglinski

      Igor Meglinski

      University of Oulu, Finland

      When Does the Dynamic Light Scattering Approach Fail at Broken Ergodicity Conditions?

    • Yoshifumi Saijo

      Yoshifumi Saijo

      Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan

      Skin vasculature and its relation with aging assessed by ultrasound-optoacoustic microscopy

    • Herbert Schneckenburger

      Herbert Schneckenburger

      Institute of Applied Research, Aalen University, Germany

      Introducing super-resolution in 3D live cell microscopy

    • Hinnerk Schultz-Hildebrandt

      Hinnerk Schultz-Hildebrandt

      University of Luebeck, Germany

      Towards optical biopsy by microscopic optical coherence tomography

    • Peter So

      Peter So

      Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA

      Fast and deep multiphoton imaging based on computational optics

    • Angelika Unterhuber

      Angelika Unterhuber

      Medical University of Vienna, Austria

      Label-free multimodal morpho-molecular bioimaging

    • Martin Villiger

      Martin Villiger

      Wellman Center for Photomedicine, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, USA

      Advances in intravascular polarimetry

    • Alex Vitkin

      Alex Vitkin

      University of Toronto, Canada

      Breast cancer margin assessment using a hybrid technology approach with polarized light + mass spectrometry

    • Arjun G. Yodh

      Arjun G. Yodh

      Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania, USA

      Cancer Imaging and Brain Monitoring with Diffuse Light. Plenary talk

Russian-Chinese workshop on Biophotonics

  • Chairs

    • Dan Zhu, Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics, Huazhong university of Science and Technology

    • Valery Tuchin, Saratov State University, Russia

  • Invited Speakers

    • Zhihua Ding

      Zhihua Ding

      Zhejiang University, China

      Structural and Functional Optical Coherence Tomography, Technology and Applications

    • Peng Fei

      School of Optoelectronics and information, Huazhong university of Science and Technology, China

      A deep learning-enabled pipeline for high-throughput whole brain imaging and analysis

    • Elina Genina

      Elina Genina

      Saratov State University, Tomsk State University, Russia

      Advanced Strategy for Plasmonic Photothermal Therapy of Tumors

    • Yueqing Gu

      Yueqing Gu

      Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, China Pharmaceutical University, China

      Biological Detection of Reactive Oxygen Species Based On Upconversion Nanomaterials

    • Yao He

      Yao He

      Soochow University, China

      Silicon-based optical bioimaging and sensing

    • Buhong Li

      Buhong Li

      School of Photonics and Electronic Engineering, Fujian Normal University, China

      Enhanced singlet oxygen genernation during photodynamic therapy

    • Pengcheng Li

      Pengcheng Li

      Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics, Huazhong university of Science and Technology, China

      Laser speckle techniques for functional optical imaging

    • Gang Liu

      Gang Liu

      Xiamen University, China

      Bioinspired nanovesicles as a Versatile Drug Delivery System for Imaging-Guided Cancer Therapy

    • Liwei Liu

      Liwei Liu

      Shenzhen university,China

      Applications of fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy in Tumor microenvironment

    • Xiaolong Liu

      Xiaolong Liu

      Mengchao Hepatobiliary Hospital of Fujian Medical University, China

      Smart strategies for Synergistic Antitumor Therapy: against hypoxia microenvironment aggravated by phototherapy

    • Alexander Priezzhev

      Alexander Priezzhev

      Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

      Benefits of laser tweezers in living cells studies

    • Zhiyu Qian

      Zhiyu Qian

      Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China

      Real time assessment of microwave ablation on tumors by NIR spectra techniques

    • Junle Qu

      Junle Qu

      Shenzhen university,China

      Super-resolution imaging for living cell

    • Valery Tuchin

      Valery Tuchin

      Saratov State University, Russia

      Advances in tissue optical clearing: towards broadband multimodal imaging techniques and in vivo applications

    • Xunbin Wei

      Xunbin Wei

      School of Biomedical Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

      Near infrared light therapy for treating Alzheimer’s disease

    • Ping Xue

      Ping Xue

      Department of Physics,Tsinghua University, China

      Optical Computing for Ultrahigh-Speed 3D OCT

    • Dan Zhu

      Dan Zhu

      Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics, Huazhong university of Science and Technology, China

      Optical clearing skull window for cortical neural and vascular imaging