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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the six-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first four 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.

Abdurashitov, Arkady, 2I

Alonova, Marina V., 0S

Archeny, Delpine, 3L

Argyraki, A., 30

Artemyev, Dmitry N., 0S, 0Y, 1Y, 3E

Avvakumova, Svetlana, 21

Babich, Danylo, 35

Baranov, Alexander, 38

Barton, Sinead J., 3A

Belikov, Andrey V., 1B, 3C

Bertling, Karl, 0T

Birch, Phil M., 1O

Bjarnsholt, T., 30

Bjørndal, L., 30

Bonfanti, R., 23

Bonifacio, Alois, 0G

Borzenkov, Mykola, 2C

Bradu, A., 0B

Bratchenko, Ivan A., 0S, 0Y, 1Y, 3E, 3F

Buckley, Kevin, 19

Cabrini, Elisa, 2C

Campisi, A., 23

Canal, Celine, 2B

Canjau, S., 0B

Carbone, C., 23

Caucheteur, Christophe, 2A

Cecere, Paola, 0O

Cernat, R., 0B

Chaiken, J., 1S

Chakraborty, Semanti, 32

Chatwin, Chris, 1O

Chen, Keren, 0M

Chertov, Aleksandr N., 33

Chirico, Giuseppe, 21, 2C

Churchwell, John H., 19

Collini, Maddalena, 21, 2C

Congedo, Maurizio, 0P

Courrol, Lilia Coronato, 2D

Dacarro, Giacomo, 2C

D'Alfonso, Laura, 21

Dalla Marta, Silvia, 0G

Das, Nandan Kumar, 0U, 32

da Silva, Mônica Nascimento, 2D

Davydkin, I. L., 1Y

Debie, P., 1M

Demian, D., 0B

Deng, Bin, 1S

Dent, Paul, 1S

Dey, Rajib, 0U, 32

Dinten, Jean-Marc, 17

Dobre, G., 0B

Domijan, Katarina, 3A

Douet, Alice, 1W

Druzhkova, Irina, 2S

Dubreuil, M., 24

Dudenkova, Varvara V., 2S, 36

Duma, V.-F., 0B

Dutertre, Bertrand, 1W

Dwyer, Vincent, 12

Elsheikha, Hany M., 15

Espagnon, Isabelle, 1W

Ezerskaia, Anna, 2G

Fathima, Adeeba, 2N

Fedorov, Anatoly, 38

Feldchtein, Felix I., 36

Fiks, Ilya I., 36

Filiputti, Delphine, 1W

Fleury-Frenette, K., 26

Fornasaro, Stefano, 0G

Fulchiron, Corine, 3L

Gailly, P., 26

Galbiati, Elisabetta, 21

Gekaluk, Artemiy, 2I

Gelfond, Mark L., 1B

Gelikonov, Grigory V., 0C, 1G, 36

Gelikonov, Valentin M., 0C

Gerasimenko, Alexander Yu., 25

Ghosh, Nirmalya, 0U, 32

Gladkova, Natalia D., 0C, 36

Goodisman, Jerry, 1S

Goodship, Allen E., 19

Gorbunova, Elena V., 33

Götz, Marcus, 2Z

Grasso, R., 23

Grishanov, Vladimir N., 1N

Grishkanich, Alexander, 3J, 3K

Gubarkova, Ekaterina V., 0C, 36

Guillemot, Mathilde, 3L

Gulino, M., 23

Gun'ko, Yurii, 38

Haj-Hosseini, Neda, 2Z

Hastanin, J., 26

Hennelly, Bryan M., 3A

Hernot, S., 1M

Hollnburger, Bastian, 2Z

Houtsmuller, Adriaan B., 39

Hu, Sijung, 12

Huang, C., 26

Hutiu, Gh., 0B Iakovlev, Dmitry, 12

Ichkitidze, Levan P., 25

Ihalainen, Petri, 2C Ingelberts, H., 1M

Jans, H., 26

Jaworska, Aleksandra, 0G Josso, Quentin, 1W

Kaiser, Peter, 2E Kascheev, Sergey, 3J, 3K

Kerns, Jemma G., 19

Kerr, Laura T., 3A Khlebtsov, Boris N., 16

Khramov, Alexander G., 3F

Khristoforova, Yu. A., 0Y, 1Y, 3E

Kirillin, Michail Yu., 36

Kiseleva, Elena B., 0C, 36

Kloster-Landsberg, Meike, 1W

Koenig, Anne, 17

Kohl, Andreas, 2B

Kokkinos, D., 26

Konoplev, G. A., 2Y

Kornilin, Dmitriy V., 1N, 3F

Korotaev, Valery V., 33

Kozlov, Sergey V., 0S, 0Y

Kroll, Alexandra, 22

Kronfeldt, Heinz-Detlef, 1Z

Kuijk, M., 1M

Kundelev, Evgeny, 38

Kurmi, Indrajit, 0U

Kurnyshev, Vadim Y., 3C

Kuzmina, T. P., 1Y

Kuznetsova, Vera, 38

Kylsky, Alexandr, 35

Lagae, L., 26

Lahoutte, T., 1M

Laskin, Alexander, 2E

Laskin, Vadim, 2E

Laugustin, Arnaud, 2B

Le Grand, Y., 24

Le Gratiet, A., 24

Lenaerts, C., 26

Leroux, Denis F., 3L

Li, Xiaofei, 1O

Lim, Yah Leng, 0T

Lin, Hoang Yan, 37

Lipinski, Hans-Gerd, 22

Liu, Quan, 0M

Locarno, Silvia A., 21

Lukina, Maria, 2S

Luo, Qingming, 2I

Lychagov, Vladislav, 2I

Lykina, A. A., 1Y

Määttänen, Anni, 2C

Macchi, Chiara, 21

Magni, Paolo, 21

Mak, Andrey, 3J, 3K

Mallard, Frédéric, 1W

Manfait, Michel, 17

Marchant, Adrien, 1W

Markvart, M., 30

Markwardt, Niklas, 2Z

Marsella, Alessandra, 0P

Martynenko, Irina, 38

Maslov, Vladimir, 38

Matousek, Pavel, 19

Matveev, Lev A., 0C, 1G

Matveyev, Alexandr L., 0C, 1G

Midahuen, Rony, 3L

Mohanty, Samarendra, 0U

Moiseev, Alexander A., 36

Montvernay, Regis, 3L

Moore, Lamar, 1O

Moryatov, Alexander A., 0S, 0Y

Mowla, Alireza, 0T

Mukhopadhyay, Sabyasachi, 0U

Musumeci, F., 23

Muvva, Sri Bhavya, 32

Myakinin, Oleg O., 0S, 0Y, 1Y, 3E, 3F

Naemat, Abida, 15

Narsipur, Sriram, 1S

Navolokin, Nikita, 2I

Negrutiu, M. L., 0B

Nielsen, Anne, 30

Notingher, Ioan, 15

Novelli-Rousseau, Armelle, 1W

Orlova, Anna, 38

Ostrun, Aleksei, 2E

Pallavicini, Piersandro, 2C

Panigrahi, Prasanta K., 0U

Parker, Anthony W., 19

Pavlov, Alexey, 2I

Pereira, S. F., 2G

Perraut, François, 17, 1W

Perrin, Guillaume, 3L

Petersen, P. M., 30

Peterson, Charles M., 1S

Phillips, Roger, 1O

Piot, Olivier, 17

Pobiedina, Valentina, 35

Podgaetsky, Vitaly M., 25

Podoleanu, A. Gh., 0B

Polyakov, Vladimir, 3J, 3K

Pompa, Pier Paolo, 0N, 0O, 0P

Pradhan, Asima, 0U

Pradhan, Sanjay, 0U

Preiser, Peter, 0M

Prosperi, Davide, 21

Prow, Tarl W., 0T

Puglisi, G., 23

Rabot, Olivier, 2B

Rakić, Aleksandar D., 0T

Raupov, Dmitry S., 3F

Ribaut, Clotilde, 2A

Rivet, S., 24

Roig, Blandine, 17

Romeo, Sergio, 21

Rühm, Adrian, 2Z

Ruscica, Massimiliano, 21

Ruzankina, Julia, 3J, 3K

Savelyev, Mikhail S., 25

Schitter, Georg, 39

Scordino, A., 23

Selishchev, Sergey V., 25

Semyachkina-Glushkovskaya, Oxana, 2I

Semyashkina, Yulia V., 1B

Sergo, Valter, 0G

Shatilova, Ksenia V., 1B

Shi, Chenbo, 3H

Shi, Rui, 2I

Shirmanova, Marina, 2S

Shumilova, Anastasia, 2S

Sicchieri, Leticia Bonfante, 2D

Sidorov, Igor, 3J, 3K

Silberschmidt, Vadim, 12

Sinescu, C., 0B

Sironi, Laura, 21

Sirotkina, Marina A., 0C

Skrypnik, Alexei V., 3C

Sovetsky, Alexander A., 1G

Sowoidnich, Kay, 19, 1Z

Soyer, H. Peter, 0T

Sroka, Ronald, 2Z

Stepanova, O. S., 2Y

Stepp, Herbert, 2Z

Sujatha, N., 2N

Taimre, Thomas, 0T

Tarantino, Paolo, 0P

Terenetskaya, Irina P., 1R

Timofeeva, Elvira O., 33

Timofeeva, Lidia B., 36

Todea, C., 0B

Toffoli, Giuseppe, 0G

Topala, F. I., 0B

Toropov, D. K., 2Y

Tsai, Ling-Hsuan, 37

Tuchin, Valery, 2I

Urbach, H. Paul, 2G

Valentini, Paola, 0N, 0O, 0P

van Cappellen, Wiggert A., 39

van Royen, Martin E., 39

Varghese, Babu, 2G

Vasilevsky, A. M., 2Y

Verhaegen, Michel, 39

Vitkin, Alex, 0C, 1G

Wagner, Thorsten, 22

Wang, Guijin, 3H

Wattiez, Ruddy, 2A

Wiemann, Martin, 22

Wilson, Stephen J., 0T

Xiong, Aoli, 0M

Yakovlev, Alexey, 3J, 3K

Yakunov, Andrey, 35

Yang, Po Nien, 37

Yoo, Han Woong, 39

Young, Rupert, 1O

Yuen, Clement, 0M

Zagaynova, Elena, 2S

Zagorsky, A. L., 2Y

Zaitsev, Vladimir Yu., 0C, 1G

Zakharov, Valery P., 0S, 0Y, 1Y, 3E, 3F

Zelenkov, Petr, 2Z

Zhao, Jingwei, 3H

Zherdeva, Larisa A., 0S

Zhevlakov, Alexander, 3J, 3K

Zhu, Dan, 2I

Zinchenko, Ekaterina, 2I

Conference Committee

Symposium Chairs

  • Francis Berghmans, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

  • Jürgen Popp, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • Ronan Burgess, European Commission Photonics Unit (Belgium)

  • Peter Hartmann, SCHOTT, AG (Germany)

Honorary Symposium Chair

  • Hugo Thienpont, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

Conference Chairs

  • Jürgen Popp, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • Valery V. Tuchin, N.G. Chernyshevsky Saratov State University (Russian Federation)

  • Dennis L. Matthews, UC Davis Medical Center (United States)

  • Francesco Saverio Pavone, European Laboratory for Non-linear Spectroscopy (Italy)

Conference Programme Committee

  • Peter E. Andersen, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

    Arthur E. T. Chiou, National Yang-Ming University (Taiwan)

    Kishan Dholakia, University of St. Andrews (United Kingdom)

    Dror Fixler, Bar-Ilan University (Israel)

  • Paul Garside, Centre for Biophotonics (United Kingdom)

  • Thomas G. Mayerhöfer, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • Markus Sauer, Universität Bielefeld (Germany)

  • Ernst H. K. Stelzer, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

  • Hugo Thienpont, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

  • Siva Umapathy, Indian Institute of Science (India)

  • I. Alex Vitkin, Ontario Cancer Institute (Canada)

  • Gert von Bally, Center for Biomedical Optics and Photonics (Germany)

  • Brian C. Wilson, Princess Margaret Hospital (Canada)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Nanoscopic Methods

    Jürgen Popp, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • 2 Therapy I: Ophtalmology

    Kirill V. Larin, University of Houston (United States)

  • 3 Imaging I: Multimodal

    Christoph Krafft, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • 4 Imaging II: OCT

    Peter T. C. So, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (United States)

  • 5 Raman4Clinics

    Jürgen Popp, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • 6 POC Applications I

    Thomas G. Mayerhöfer, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • 7 Diagnosis and Therapy: Oncology I

    Christoph Krafft, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • 8 Diagnosis and Therapy: Oncology II

    Thomas G. Mayerhöfer, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • 9 Clinical Biophotonics

    Laura Marcu, University of California, Davis (United States)

  • 10 Imaging III: Raman Imaging

    Thomas G. Mayerhöfer, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • 11 Diagnosis and Therapy III

    Petr Bruza, Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth (United States)

  • 12 Imaging IV: Coherent Methods

    Alexey Popov, University of Oulu (Finland)

  • 13 Optical Nanoprobes

    Alexander Heisterkamp, Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany)

  • 14 Imaging V: Fluorescence

    Elena V. Zagaynova M.D., Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy (Russian Federation)

  • 15 Diagnosis and Therapy IV

    Ronald Sroka, Laser-Forschungslabor (Germany)

  • 16 POC Applications II

    Thomas G. Mayerhöfer, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • 17 Imaging VI

    Christoph Krafft, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V. (Germany)

  • 18 POC Applications III

    Yuying Zhang, Universität Duisburg-Essen(Germany)

  • 19 Imaging VII

    Klaus B. Gerwert, Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany)

  • 20 Neurophotonics

    Oxana V. Semyachkina-Glushkovskaya, N.G. Chernyshevsky Saratov

    State University (Russian Federation)

  • 21 Tissue Diagnostics

    Oxana V. Semyachkina-Glushkovskaya, N.G. Chernyshevsky Saratov

    State University (Russian Federation)

Introduction

Biophotonics: Photonic Solutions for Better Health Care

The research area of biophotonics provides novel photonic technologies and tools for medical diagnosis and therapy. Its solutions for efficient and affordable health care help deal with the challenges of aging societies and exploding health-care costs. Furthermore, biophotonics research aims for a deeper understanding of the processes within living cells, which is a prerequisite for the improvement of early recognition and targeted treatment of diseases.

The importance of biophotonics is obvious not only from the impressive annual growth rates of the related industries, but also from the significant amount of research funding in this field. The highly interdisciplinary character of this field of research requires an intensive dialogue between scientists from the various disciplines in order to align, promote and amplify their efforts. The connection between technology and method developers and the biomedical endusers still needs further improvement as biophotonic solutions can only effectively reach the clinics when they are tailored according to the biomedical needs. To spread and promote this way of thinking is one of the major aims of the conference. Accordingly, the conference featured eight talks from selected and invited medical doctors and biomedical endusers from a number of specialties, such as neurobiology and brain physiology, sepsis, skin, pathology, otolaryngology and gastroenterology. Overall, the conference included more than 30 invited papers, which were not promoted contributed papers, but carefully selected contributions from Biophotonics luminaries from all over the world. Together with the 70 contributed talks and the 25 posters, the overall number of contributions amounted to 95, making the Biophotonics subconference the second largest subconference, almost on par with the Nanophotonics subconference. The topics included “Photonics and Nanobiophotonics for Analysis and Diagnosis”, “New Photonic Nanomanipulation Tools” and “Biomedical Optics in and towards Clinical Routine”. A broader notion of health includes the environment, as well as the quality of food and pharmaceutical products as its determining factors; thus, the conference covered applications of light in these areas as well.

A majority of the presenters of the Biophotonics subconference submitted manuscripts that can be found on the subsequent pages. We hope that these manuscripts will inspire and stimulate the reader to make her or his own contribution to this exciting and growing field.

While our thoughts and our sympathy were with the victims and their relatives and colleagues, unfortunately, the very sad and incomprehensible events shortly before Photonics Europe also had some unavoidable impact on our subconference. We thank all participants that made the event nevertheless the success it was!

Jürgen Popp

Valery V. Tuchin

Dennis L. Matthews

Francesco Saverio Pavone

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