7 March 2018 Front Matter: Volume 10591
Proceedings Volume 10591, 2nd Canterbury Conference on OCT with Emphasis on Broadband Optical Sources; 1059101 (2018) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2314878
Event: Second Canterbury Conference on Optical Coherence Tomography, 2017, Canterbury, United Kingdom
Abstract
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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the seven-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first five digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B…0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Abe, Hiroyuki, 09

Agemy, Steven, 02

Ahrens, M., 0O

Bai, Fangliang, 06

Bang, Ole, 0C, 0D, 0Q

Barua, Souman, 0M

Bradu, Adrian, 08, 0A, 0D, 0I, 0M, 0T, 0U

Buchroithner, Boris, 0G

Carroll, Joseph, 02

Caujolle, S., 08

Cernat, R., 08

Chin, Catherine, 05

Chui, Toco, 02

Dobre, George, 0E, 0V

Dubra, Alfredo, 02

Duma, Virgil-Florin, 0I, 0M, 0V

Ďuriš, Miroslav, 0A

Engelsholm, R. D., 0C

Eto, Kai, 09

Everson, Michael, 0V

Fernando, Namal, 0N, 0R

Feuchter, Thomas, 08, 0D, 0H, 0U

Feurer, Thomas, 0B

Fleischhauer, F., 0H

Gabor, Alin Gabriel, 0M

Garcia, Patricia, 02

Gelikonov, Grigory V., 07

Gelikonov, Valentine M., 07

Gibson, Stuart J., 06

Gonzalo, I. B., 0C

Goto, Tetsuhiro, 09

Griffin, D., 08

Hannesschläger, Günther, 0G

Heidt, Alexander M., 0B

Heise, Bettina, 0G

Hewko, Mark, 0P

Hillmann, D., 0O

Hu, Yong, 0E

Hughes, Michael, 0A

Hüttmann, G., 0O

Idoraşi, Laura, 0K

Israelsen, Niels M., 0D, 0Q

Jackson, David A., 0T

Jensen, Mikkel, 0Q

Katta, M., 03

König, P., 0O

Kordi, Behzad, 0N, 0R

Krawitz, Brian, 02

Ksenofontov, Sergey Yu., 07

Kurotani, Reiko, 09

Lall, Gurprit S., 05

Lawman, Samuel, 04

Lee, H. B., 03

Leick, Lasse, 05, 0H, 0U

Leiss-Holzinger, Elisabeth, 0G

Lu, L., 03

Ma, Rui, 0W

Madden, Peter W., 04

Maria, Michael, 0D, 0U

Marques, Manuel J., 06, 08

Mason, Sharon, 04

Mercut, Răzvan, 0J

Mercut, Veronica, 0J, 0L

Mezgebo, Biniyam, 0N, 0R

Mididoddi, Chaitanya K., 0F

Mo, Shelley, 02

Moiseev, Alexander A., 07

Morel, E. N., 0S

Münter, Michael, 0O

Nagib, Karim, 0N, 0R

Negrutiu, Meda-Lavinia, 0I, 0K, 0M

Nishidate, Izumi, 09

Ocana Macias, Mariano, 0P

Ogodescu, Alexandru, 0K

Ong, B. B., 03

Osiac, Eugen, 0J, 0L

Patel, N., 03

Pinhas, Alexander, 02

Podoleanu, Adrian Gh., 05, 06, 08, 0A, 0D, 0E, 0H, 0I, 0K, 0M, 0Q, 0T, 0U

Popescu, Sanda Mihaela, 0J, 0L

Prakash, Ammu, 0P

Prylepa, Andrii, 0G

Rajendram, R., 0H

Rao, Yun Jiang, 0W

Rivet, Sylvain, 0U

Robinson, G., 08

Romano, Vito, 04

Romînu, Mihai, 0I

Rosen, Richard, 02

Sallese, M., 0S

Sato, Manabu, 09

Schulz-Hildebrandt, H., 0O

Scrieciu, Monica, 0J, 0L

Scripsema, Nicole, 02

Secoşan, Sandra Andreea, 0K

Shen, Yao-Chun, 04

Sherif, Sherif S., 0N, 0P, 0R

Silvestri, G., 08

Sinescu, Cosmin, 0I, 0K, 0M

Sowa, Michael, 0P

Spahr, H., 0O

Stan, Adrian Tudor, 0K

Tabla, P. M., 0S

Tărâță, Daniela, 0L

Terpelov, Dmitry A., 07

Thakur, Rahul, 0R

Todor, Raluca, 0I

Topala, Florin Ionel, 0I, 0M

Torga, J. R., 0S

Vătu, Mihaela, 0J

Wang, Chao, 0F

Weitz, Rishard, 02

Williams, Bryan M., 04

Wu, Han, 0W

Yvon, C., 03

Zaharia, Cristian, 0K, 0M

Zakri, R., 03

Zeng, Xiong, 0W

Zhang, Wei Li, 0W

Zheng, Yalin, 04

Conference Committee

Conference Chairs

  • Adrian Podoleanu, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Ole Bang, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

Local Executive Committee

  • Adrian Bradu, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • George M. Dobre, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Michael Hughes, Imperial College London (United Kingdom)

Local Support Committee

  • Magalie Bondu, NKT Photonics (Denmark) and University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Caroline Catherine Chin, NKT Photonics (Denmark) and University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Sophie Caujolle, NKT Photonics (Denmark) and University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Michael Everson, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Thomas Feuchter, NKT Photonics (Denmark) Felix T. Fleischhauer, NKT Photonics (Denmark) and University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Yong Hu, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Peter Lee, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Lasse Leick, NKT Photonics (Denmark)

  • Michael Maria, NKT Photonics (Denmark) and University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Manuel Jorge Marques, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Peter Moselund, NKT Photonics (Denmark)

  • Ranjan Rajendram, Moorfields Eye Hospital (United Kingdom)

  • John B Schofield, Maidstone Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust (United Kingdom)

International Advisory Committee

  • Adrian Podoleanu, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Ole Bang, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

  • John Clowes, NKT Photonics (Denmark)

  • John Dudley, Université de Franche-Comte (France)

  • Grigory Gelikonov, Institute of Applied Physics (Russian Federation)

  • Rainer Leitgeb, Medizinische Universität Wien (Austria)

  • Michael Leitner, Thorlabs (Germany)

  • Xingde Li, The Johns Hopkins University (United States)

  • David D. Sampson, The University of Western Australia (Australia)

  • Manabu Sato, Yamagata University (Japan)

  • Kevin Tsia, The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong China)

  • Frederique Vanholsbeeck, The University of Auckland (New Zealand)

  • Maciej Wojtkowski, Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland)

  • Daniel Woods, Michelson Diagnostic (United Kingdom)

  • Hao F. Zhang, Northwestern University (United States)

OSA Student Chapter at the University of Kent

  • Magalie Bondu, NKT Photonics (Denmark) and University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Sophie Caujolle, NKT Photonics (Denmark) and University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Samuel Edeagu, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Michael Everson, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Felix T. Fleischhauer, NKT Photonics (Denmark) and University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Yong Hu, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • Chaitanya K. Mididoddi, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

Session Chairs

  • 1 OCT in Ophthalmology I

    Adrian Podoleanu, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • 2 OCT in Ophthalmology II

    Richard Rosen, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary (United States)

  • 3 OCT Angiography, Microscopy, and Endoscopy

    Haida Liang, Nottingham Trent University (United Kingdom)

  • 4 Noise in Supercontinuum

    Patrick Bowen, NKT Photonics (Denmark)

  • 5 Industry Forum I

    Adrian Podoleanu, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • 6 Addressing the Broadband Challenge

    David D. Sampson, The University of Western Australia (Australia)

  • 7 Multimodal Approaches

    Frederique Vanholsbeeck, The University of Auckland (New Zealand)

  • 8 Nondestructive Testing and Art Conservation

    Michael Hughes, Imperial College London (United Kingdom)

  • 9 OCT in Dentistry

    Grigory Gelikonov, Institute of Applied Physics (Russian Federation)

  • 10 Conditioning the Signal

    Adrian Podoleanu, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • 11 Master Slave OCT

    Yun-Jiang Rao, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (China)

  • 12 Industry Forum II

    Adrian Bradu, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

  • 13 Random Lasers and Swept Sources

    George M. Dobre, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

Introduction

Welcome to the proceedings from the 2nd Canterbury Conference on Optical Coherence Tomography with Emphasis on Broadband Optical Sources (2CCOCT), held 6-8 September 2017 at the University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.

This marks the second international conference that the University of Kent has organized on OCT. In 2017, the researchers in OCT celebrated 20 years since here, in the University of Kent, the first in-vivo en-face OCT image of the human retina was produced, and 19 years since the OCT/SLO instrument was invented within the Applied Optics Group. This represented the combination of the new (OCT) and old technology (scanning laser ophthalmoscopy, SLO) for imaging the back of the eye, in one instrument, that as a concept, the OCT/SLO instrument has since known a wide spread in different facets.

The University of Kent welcomed participants from Argentina, Australia, Austria, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Romania, Russia, UK, and USA, well-respected professionals in their fields—academia, health, higher education and industry. The university also welcomed several participants whose career paths crossed through the Applied Optics Group.

The conference was organised around the 3rd Network event of the European Industrial Doctoral School, “Ultrawide Bandwidth Photonics Devices, Sources and Applications” (UBAPHODESA, 607627, 2014-2018), supported by the Marie Curie Action, European Commission. The European Industrial Doctoral School has educated five early-stage researchers (ESRs), who spent 18 months at the Applied Optics Group, University of Kent, and then 18 months at NKT Photonics (Denmark), complemented by short stages at the associated partners: Institute of Ophthalmology of the University College London, Northwick Park Hospital (NPH) London, Optos Plc-Scotland, Technical University of Denmark, and Northwestern University (United States).

During the three-day conference, the ESRs presented their achievements after their three years of PhD training in an industrial setting, on optical coherence tomography (OCT), photoacoustics, supercontinuum lasers, and their clinical and industrial applications.

The organisers are grateful for the support of the Marie Curie training site, as well as of the companies, NKT Denmark, Superlum (Ireland), Santec (Japan), and Thorlabs (Germany).

With their support and with that of contributors from so many countries, this event that initially aimed to be a local network gathering has become a truly international conference.

The organisers acknowledge the support of SPIE. The papers in this conference proceedings volume will be published on the SPIE Digital Library and will be visible worldwide – as are the papers from the 1st Canterbury Workshop in Optical Coherence Tomography and Adaptive Optics, SPIE Volume 7138 (2008). The other major society for this community, The Optical Society, was present at the conference with its Student Chapter at the University of Kent. Its chapter sponsored the best oral presentation of an ESR.

Adrian Podoleanu

Ole Bang

Conference Sponsorship and Support

Organized by

Applied Optics Group, School of Physical Sciences, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

NKT Photonics (Denmark)

Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

Sponsored by

European Commissions, Marie Curie European Industrial Doctorate School, Ultrawide Bandwidth Photonics Devices, Sources and Applications, (UBAPHODESA, 607627, 2014-2018), University of Kent (United Kingdom)

NKT Photonics (Denmark)

EPSRC Image-Guided Therapies UK Network+ (United Kingdom)

OSA Student Chapter, University of Kent (United Kingdom)

NKT Photonics (Denmark)

Superlum (Ireland)

Santec (Japan)

Thorlabs (Germany)

University of Kent (United Kingdom)

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