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The latest version of the workshop's program can be downloaded here.
(Last update: August 17th 2012)

The workshop's detailed program can be downloaded here.
(Last update: August 23rd 2012)

The session chair list can be viewed here.
(Last update: August 17th 2012)


Real time CUDA implementation and applications of the geometric sensor
José Manuel Rodríguez Ramos - University of La Laguna, Spain

Robust object detection in aerial imagery
Yunlong Sheng - Université Laval, Canada

On-axis holographic high performance 3D imaging using time multiplexing particles encoding
Zeev Zalevsky - Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Experimental studies on photodissociation-type  polarization holography
Kazuo Kuroda - University of Tokyo, Japan

Active Nanophotonics
Yeshaiahu Fainman - University of California, San Diego, USA

Spatio-temporal control of ultra-short pulses by using diffractive optical elements
Lluís Martínez León - Universitat Jaume I de Castelló, Spain

Advanced imaging techniques by compressive sensing
Enrique Tajahuerce - Universitat Jaume I de Castelló, Spain

Observation of femtosecond light pulse propagation by digital holography
Takashi Kakue - Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan

Optical robotics in mesoscopia
Jesper Glückstad - Technical University of Denmark

Full-parallax 3D image capture by scanning vertical camera array
Masahiro Yamaguchi - Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Digital Holographic Microscopy applied to Neurosciences
Pierre Marquet - École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Simple methods for measuring spatial coherence and their relation to the Wigner function
Miguel Alonso - University of Rochester, USA

A Layered Type Holographic Display
Jung-Young Son - Hanyang University, South Korea

White-light light-emitting diode to simplify color digital lensless holographic microscopy
Jorge Iván García Sucerquia - Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Fast holographic 3D contents generation
Dongkyung Nam - Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, South Korea

Coherent Raman Fast Spectral Microscopy
Kazuyoshi Itoh - Osaka University, Japan

High resolution wavefront sensing with non-interferometric techniques
Karl-Heinz Brenner - University of Heidelberg, Germany

Open Quests in Optical Coherence Microscopy
Rainer Leitgeb - Medical University of Vienna, Austria

Transfer matrices formalism for the design of complete laser diagnostic systems: applications in Femtosecond Digital Holography and in Interferometric Laser Imaging Dropplet Sizing
Marc Brunel - Université de Rouen, France

Dual-plane in line digital holographic microscopy
Chandra S. Yelleswarapu - University of Massachusetts Boston, USA

Full view-angle computer-generated hologram by a fast calculation method based on rigorous diffraction theory
Toyohiko Yatagai - Utsunomiya University, Japan

Three-dimensional photon counting imaging
Bahram Javidi - University of Connecticut, USA

Anamorphic optics for  compressive imaging and  compressive motion tracking
Adrian Stern - Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Evolution of the contrast with misalignment in visual cryptography
Thierry Fournel - University of Saint-Etienne, France

Frequency-resolved polarization-modulation spectroscopy
Valery Milner - The University of British Columbia, Canada

Single beam microscopy for quantitative cell imaging
Arun Anand - University of Baroda, India

Metrology of optical properties of tissue phantom
Jean-Pierre Bouchard - Institut National d'Optique, Canada

Using Wavefront Coding in presence of non symetric aberrations
Simon Thibault - Université Laval, canada

Three-dimensional position measurement of gold nanoparticles trapped in optical tweezers using in-line low-coherence digital holography
Yoshio Hayasaki - Utsunomiya University, Japan

Interferometric methods of 3D surface structure analysis
Peter de Groot, ZYGO Corporation

Transverse electric and magnetic laser beams for extreme optics
Michel Piché, Université Laval - COPL

Controlled Distortion: A tool in modern lens design
Jocelyn Parent, ImmerVision

On discrete Fourier transform of special polynomials
Jean-Marie Becker, École Supérieur Lyon - Laboratoire Hubert Curien

Social activities

The social events will include reception a dinner on 19 August 2012, a Gala dinner, and some excursions. More details to come.

Industrial visits