Digital Holography & 3-D Imaging (DH)

13 July 2014 – 17 July 2014 OSA Virtual Event

The Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging meeting provides a forum for science, technology, and applications of digital holographic, and three-dimensional imaging and display methods. Topic areas include interferometry, phase microscopy, novel holographic processes, 3D and novel displays, integral imaging, computer generated holograms, compressive holography, full-field tomography, and holography with various light sources including coherent to incoherent and X-ray to terahertz waves.  This is a highly inter-disciplinary forum with applications in biomedicine, biophotonics, nanomaterials, nanophotonics, and scientific and industrial metrologies.

Topic Categories

  • Advances in Digital Holographic Techniques
  • 3D Imaging and Display Systems
  • Computer Generated Holograms
  • Compressive Holography
  • Transport of Intensity
  • Quantitative Phase Imaging
  • Holographic Lithography
  • Digital Holographic Microscopy
  • Digital Holographic Optical Processing
  • Metrology and Profilometry
  • Holographic Remote Sensing Techniques
  • Fourier Transform Light scattering
  • Biomedical/Clinical / Medical applications
  • Novel Applications of Digital Holography

James Fienup, University of RochesterUnited StatesAberration Correction in Digital Holographic Imaging , Plenary

Wolfgang Osten, Institut für Technische OptikGermanyRemote laboratories - a challenge for digital holography and modern metrology , Tutorial

Gary Brooker, Johns Hopkins UniversityUnited StatesInherently Super Resolving FINCH Holographic 3D Fluorescence Microscopy , Invited

Peter Fischer, CXRO, LBNLUnited StatesMagnetic soft X-ray microscopy: From nanoscale behavior to mesoscale phenomena , Invited

Jorge Garcia-Sucerquia, Universidad Nacional de ColombiaColombiaMultispectral digital lensless holographic microscopy: from white light LED to fs-laser , Invited

Olivier Haeberle, Universite de Haute-AlsaceImage acquisition, processing and reconstruction in holographic and tomographic microscopy , Invited

Andreas Hermerschmidt, HOLOEYE Photonics AGGermanyPhase spatial light modulators , Invited

Nam Kim, Chungbuk National UniversitySouth KoreaStandardization Activities for 3D Display and Devices , Invited

Edmund Lam, University of Hong KongHong KongComputational Sectioning and Resolution Enhancement in Optical Scanning Holography, Invited

Rajesh Menon, University of UtahUnited StatesExploiting photochromism for optical nanopatterning , Invited

Samarendra Mohanty, University of Texas at ArlingtonUnited StatesQuantitative phase microscopy of optically manipulated objects , Invited

Alan Purvis, University of DurhamUnited KingdomLithography in three dimensions , Invited

Pramod Rastogi, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneSwitzerlandSimultaneous Estimation of Multiple Phase Information in Digital Holography, Invited

Nadya Reingand, Patent Hatchery LLCUnited StatesBusiness aspects of Digital Holography and 3D imaging, Invited

Naoto Tsutsumi, Kyoto Institute of TechnologyJapanRecent Progress in Updatable Holographic 3D Display Systems Using Monolithic Organic Compounds, Invited

Yongtian Wang, Beijing Institute of TechnologyChinaPrecise Intensity Modulation in 3D Dynamic Holographic Display , Invited

Timothy Wilkinson, University of CambridgeUnited KingdomHolographic Lithography for speckle reduction , Invited


Yoshio HayasakiUtsunomiya University, Japan

Program Chairs

Hiroshi YoshikawaNihon University , Japan
Changhe ZhouShanghai Inst of Optics and Fine Mech, China


V. Michael BoveMassachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
Chau-Jern ChengNational Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Jason FleischerPrinceton University, United States
Marc GeorgesUniversite de Liege, Belgium
Hoonjong KangKorea Electronics Technology Institute, South Korea
Jinwoong KimElectronics and Telecom Research Inst, South Korea
Taegeun KimSejong University, South Korea
Thomas KreisBremer Inst für Angewandte Strahltechnik, Germany
Jung-Ping LiuFeng Chia University, Taiwan
Sung-Wook MinKyung Hee University, South Korea
David NoltePurdue University, United States
Levent OnuralBilkent Universitesi, Turkey
Wolfgang OstenInstitut für Technische Optik, Germany
Pascal PicartLAUM CNRS Université du Maine, France
Gabriel PopescuUniv of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
Alan PurvisUniversity of Durham, United Kingdom
Joseph RosenBen Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Yasuhiro TakakiTokyo Univ of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
Gert von BallyCenter of Biomedical Optics and Photonics, Germany
Xuewu XuData Storage Institute, Singapore
Jianlin ZhaoNorthwestern Polytechnical University, China

Advisory Committee

Ting-Chung Poon, Virginia Tech., USA
Partha Banerjee, Univ. of Dayton, USA
George Barbastathis, MIT, USA
Byoungho Lee, Seoul National Univ., Korea
Kehar Singh, ITM Univ., India
Ichirou Yamaguchi, Gunma Univ., Japan
Toyohiko  Yatagai, Utsunomiya Univ., Japan
Myung K. Kim, Univ. of South Florida, USA

Congress Reception
Monday, 14 July
Join your fellow attendees for the Congress Reception. Enjoy delectable fare while networking. The reception is open to committee/presenting author/student and full conference attendees. Conference attendees may purchase extra tickets for their guest.

Joint Plenary Session
Tuesday, 15 July
The Joint Plenary Session will feature a speaker from three of the topical meetings (AIO, IS and LACSEA). The Plenary Presenters are listed below.

See Through Optical Architectures for Wearable Displays, Bernard Kress, Optics Lead, Advanced Technology Team, Google Glass Project, Google [X], USA

Ramesh Raskar, Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, The Media Lab, MIT, Camera Culture Group, USA

In-Situ Laser Diagnostics in Gas-Phase Synthesis of Functional Nanomaterials, Christof Schulz, Institute for Combustion and Gas Dynamics – Reactive Fluids,University Duisburg Essen, Germany

Joint Poster Sessions
Tuesday, 15 July
Posters are an integral part of the technical program and offer a unique networking opportunity, where presenters can discuss their results one-to-one with interested parties. Each author is provided with a 4 ft. × 8 ft. (1.22 m × 2.44 m) board on which to display the summary and results of his or her paper.

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