22 June 2018 Front Matter: Volume 10558
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Alim, Marvin D., 0D

Alschuler, William R., 0C

Bakanas, Ramūnas, 0E

Bekaert, Philippe, 0K

Bianco, Andrea, 04, 05

Boaz Jessie, Jackin, 0K

Bove, V. Michael, Jr., 0L

Bowman, Christopher N., 0D

Bruder, Friedrich-Karl, 0B

Bulanovs, Andrejs, 0E

Cheremkhin, Pavel A., 0V, 0X

Choo, Hyon-Gon, 0R

Conde-Cuatzo, María G., 0Q

Datta, Bianca, 0L

Duan, Junyi, 0N

Evtikhiev, Nikolay N., 0V, 0X

Fäcke, Thomas, 0B

Feng, Shaodong, 0J

Finkeldey, Markus, 08

Fuentes-Tapia, Israel, 0Q, 0S, 11

Galli, Paola, 04

Gao, Qiankun, 0N

Gentet, Philippe, 09

Gentet, Yves, 09

Gerhardt, Nils C., 08

Gil, Sang Keun, 0W

Giraldo, Leidy Marcela, 03

Glugla, David J., 0D

Goncharov, Dmitriy S., 0Y

Göring, Lena, 08

Hansen, Sven, 0B

Herrán-Cuspinera, Roxana M., 0S

Hofmann, Martin R., 08

Hong, Keehoon, 0R

Hsu, Yu-Hsiang, 0A

Hwang, Yong-Seok, 0M, 10

Jeon, Seok Hee, 0W

Jolly, Sundeep, 0L

Jorissen, Lode, 0K

Jung, Jong Rae, 0W

Kim, Eun-Soo, 0M, 10

Kim, Hyoung-Sik, 10

Krasnov, Vitaly V., 0V, 0X, 0Y

Lafruit, Gauthier, 0K

Landoni, Marco, 04, 05

Lee, Chih-Kung, 0A

Lee, Seung Hyun, 09

Lim, Yongjun, 0R

Lin, Shu-Feng, 0M

Liu, Juan, 0N

Madrid Sánchez, Alejandro, 03, 0H

Manecke, Christel, 0B

Marroquín-Ramirez, J. I., 11

Mavila, Sudheendran, 0D

McLeod, Robert R., 0D

Mejias-Brisuela, Nildia Yamilet, 0S

Nystrom, Philip D., 0D

Oh, Kwan-Jung, 0R

Ohkawa, Masashi, 12

Olivares-Pérez, Arturo, 0Q, 0S, 0U, 11

Ordoñez-Padilla, Manuel Jorge, 0S

Orselli, Enrico, 0B

Ortiz-Gutiérrez, Mauricio, 0S

Osabe, Keiichi, 12

Park, Minsik, 0R

Ponomarev, Nikolay M., 0Y

Rewitz, Christian, 0B

Righi, Chiara, 04

Riva, M., 05

Rodin, Vladislav G., 0V, 0X

Rölle, Thomas, 0B

Sato, Takashi, 12

Savidis, Nickolaos, 0L

Smalley, Daniel, 0L

Starikov, Rostislav S., 0V, 0Y

Sullivan, Amy C., 0D

Tai, Shih-Lun, 0A

Toxqui-López, Santa, 0Q, 0S, 11

Uetake, Hiroki, 0F

Vallejo-Mendoza, Rosaura, 0S

Velásquez Prieto, Daniel, 03, 0H

Villa-Hernández, Joan M., 0S, 0U

Wakunami, Koki, 0K

Wang, Chen, 0D

Wang, Chun-Hsiung, 0A

Wang, Mingjun, 0J

Wewer, Brita, 0B

Wu, Jigang, 0J

Wu, Sheng-Hsun, 0A

Wu, Wen-Jong, 0A

Yamaguchi, Takeshi, 0F

Yamamoto, Kenji, 0K

Yoshikawa, Hiroshi, 0F

Zacharovas, Stanislovas, 0E

Zanutta, Alessio, 04, 05

Zhao, Tao, 0N

Conference Committee

Symposium Chairs

  • Connie J. Chang-Hasnain, University of California, Berkeley (United States)

  • Graham T. Reed, Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton (United Kingdom)

Symposium Co-chairs

  • Jean Emmanuel Broquin, IMEP-LAHC (France)

  • Shibin Jiang, AdValue Photonics, Inc. (United States)

Program Track Chair

  • Liang-Chy Chien, Kent State University (United States)

Conference Chairs

  • Hans I. Bjelkhagen, Glyndwr University (United Kingdom) and Hansholo Consulting Ltd. (United Kingdom)

  • V. Michael Bove Jr., MIT Media Laboratory (United States)

Conference Program Committee

  • Maria Isabel Azevedo, ID+ Research Institute for Design, Media, and Culture, Universidade de Aveiro (Portugal)

  • David Brotherton-Ratcliffe, Geola Technologies Ltd. (United Kingdom)

  • Frank C. Fan, Shenzhen AFC Technology Company, Ltd. (China)

  • Gerald L. Heidt, Wasatch Photonics, Inc. (United States)

  • Toshio Honda, Toppan Printing Company, Ltd. (Japan)

  • Fujio Iwata, Toppan Printing Company, Ltd. (Japan)

  • Michael A. Klug, Magic Leap, Inc. (United States)

  • Alkiviadis Lembessis, The Hellenic Institute of Holography (Greece)

  • Deanna McMillen, L-3 Communications EOTech (United States)

  • Martina L. Mrongovius, RMIT University (Australia), Center for the Holographic Arts (United States), and Academy of Media Arts, Cologne KHM (Germany)

  • Hiroshi Yoshikawa, Nihon University (Japan)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Applications I

    Hans I. Bjelkhagen, Glyndwr University (United Kingdom) and Hansholo Consulting Ltd. (United Kingdom)

  • 2 Applications II

    Hans I. Bjelkhagen, Glyndwr University (United Kingdom) and Hansholo Consulting Ltd. (United Kingdom)

  • 3 Materials and Processes

    Hans I. Bjelkhagen, Glyndwr University (United Kingdom) and Hansholo Consulting Ltd. (United Kingdom)

  • 4 Digital Holography I

    V. Michael Bove Jr., MIT Media Laboratory (United States)

  • 5 Digital Holography II

    V. Michael Bove Jr., MIT Media Laboratory (United States)


The SPIE Conference 10558, Practical Holography XXXII: Displays, Materials, and Applications, took place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, 29–31 January 2018, as part of the larger SPIE Photonics West event. It was an important international event in the field of holographic applications and recording materials. The conference provided a venue for all aspects of holography: art, display, metrology, scientific, security, storage, materials and processes, CGHs and HOEs. It also brought together participants from all over the world.

The holography conference was chaired by Hans I. Bjelkhagen, Glyndwr University (United Kingdom) and Hansholo Consulting Ltd. (United Kingdom), and V. Michael Bove, Jr., MIT Media Laboratory (United States) and attracted about 50 participants. This year’s conference (as always) featured long-time participants and new members of the Practical Holography community, sharing many novel and interesting contributions in various holographic fields during two days of oral presentations and a poster session. The oral presentations were divided into five main sessions: Applications I and II, Materials and Processes, and Digital Holography I and II.

The conference produced many quality papers. Ian Lancaster (United Kingdom) gave an invited talk, “Can we overcome display holography’s brick wall?” [10558-1]; and Alejandro Madrid Sánchez, from Universidad EAFIT (Colombia) presented a paper on Denisyuk holograms recorded of pre-Hispanic gold artefacts [10558-2]. He also described a low-cost full-parallax holoprinter [10558-17]. Two papers from Italy described astronomic HOEs and VPHGs recorded on photopolymer materials [10558-3] and [10588-4]. Lena Göring, Ruhr-Univeristät Bochum (Germany) described digital holography applied in a reflection microscope [10558-8]. Phillipe Gentet, Kwangwoon University (Korea, Republic of) described a diorama with colour H2 analogue holograms [10558-9]. Christel Manecke, Covestro (Germany), described incoherent pre-exposure of vHOEs in Bayfol© HX photopolymer [10558-11]. William Alschuler, California Institute of the Arts (United States) described how formate can increase the sensitivity of silver halide holographic emulsions [10558-15]. An invited paper [10558-24] on the image quality of computer-generated holograms was presented by Hiroshi Yoshikawa, Nihon University, (Japan). From Massachusetts Institute of Technology (United States), Sundeep Jolly described a flat-panel holographic display based on waveguide acousto-optics [10558-21].

The SPIE Holography Technical Evening Event took place on Tuesday, 30 January at the InterContinental Hotel. It focused on new developments, applications, holography events, and demonstrations. During the Tuesday evening event, short presentations took place. For example, Ian Lancaster (United Kingdom) informed attendees about the SURYS Hologram Foundation and Art Grant. Gunnar Elgcrona, COBOLT (Sweden) informed on the latest COBOLT lasers. Andy Well, UNIK LASERS (Scotland) introduced brand new United Kingdom lasers suitable for holography. Information about the 11th International Symposium on Display Holography (ISDH 2018) was provided. It will take place at the Universidade de Aveiro (Portugal) 25–29 June 2018.

The conference chairs would like to thank the authors and the program committee members for their contributions to the conference. We look forward to seeing you at next year’s conference in San Francisco.

Hans I. Bjelkhagen

V. Michael Bove, Jr.

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"Front Matter: Volume 10558", Proc. SPIE 10558, Practical Holography XXXII: Displays, Materials, and Applications, 1055801 (22 June 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2322883; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2322883

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