Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging

19 July 2021 – 23 July 2021 OSA Virtual Event - Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC - 05:00)

This highly interdisciplinary meeting is related to science, technology and applications of digital holography and three-dimensional imaging. Topic areas include interferometry, quantitative phase imaging, transport of intensity methods, 3D imaging and display systems including VR/AR, computer generated holograms, metasurface holograms, digital holography with various light sources including coherent to incoherent and X-ray to terahertz waves, polarization and dynamic holography, compressive holography, specific image and signal processing and digital holographic methods for microscopy, tomography, optical processing, lithography, metrology, scattering media inspection, remote sensing, non-linear optical systems, bio- and nano-photonics.


Topics

  • Advances in Digital Holographic Techniques​
  • 3D Imaging and Display Systems
  • Computer Generated Holograms
  • Quantitative Phase Imaging
  • Transport of Intensity
  • Compressive Holography
  • 2D&3D Image Processing for Digital Holography & Feature Recognition
  • Deep Learning and Neural Networks in Digital Holography and applications
  • Digital Holographic Microscopy
  • Digital Holographic Tomography
  • Digital Holographic Optical Processing
  • Metrology and Profilometry
  • Holographic Lithography
  • Digital Holography for Inspection of Scattering Media
  • Polarization Holography
  • Gated Digital Holography (Time and Coherence Gating)
  • Digital Holography in LIDAR and related Remote Sensing Techniques
  • Incoherent Holography
  • Terahertz Generation and its Application to Digital Holography
  • Biomedical/Clinical/Medical Applications
  • Dynamic Holography and Novel Recording Materials
  • Digital Holography in Nonlinear Optical Systems
  • Metasurface Holograms
  • Holographic Optical Elements
  • Imaging and Display Systems for AR and VR Applications
  • Emerging Applications of Digital Holography and 3D imaging
  • Tomography and Radiographic Imaging
Special Symposia: Tomography and Radiographic Imaging

Zhehui (Jeph) Wang, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA, Subcommittee Chair

Tomography and radiographic imaging and applications using X-Rays (including MeV photons), protons, neutrons, muons and other forms of penetrating radiation and illumination, and their synergies with visible light imaging and optics.     

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Speakers

  • Cornelia Denz, Westfaelische Wilhelms Univ MunsterGermany
    Structured Light Goes 3D: From Topological Singularity Networks to Möbius Strip Arrays Keynote
  • James Fienup, University of RochesterUnited States
    Correcting Anisoplanatic Aberrations in 2-D and 3-D Digital Holographic Imaging Keynote
  • Ting-Chung Poon, Virginia TechUnited States
    Optical Scanning Holography – A Tutorial and an Overview of Recent Advances Tutorial
  • Tomoyoshi Shimobaba, Chiba UniversityJapan
    Computer-generated Holograms: Algorithms and Related Topics Tutorial
  • Kaan Aksit, University College LondonUnited Kingdom
    Towards Remote Pixelless Displays
  • Vinoth Balasubramani, National Taiwan Normal UniversityTaiwan
    Holographic Tomography: Techniques and Biomedical Applications
  • Matthew Berg, Kansas State UniversityUnited States
    Aerosol Characterization with Digital Holography
  • Charles Bouman, Purdue UniversityUnited States
    Machine Learning in Tomographic Imaging
  • Gary Brooker, CellOptic Inc.United States
    The Path from the Beginning of FINCH to Single Shot 3D Imaging Beyond Optical Resolution
  • Kyle Champley, Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryUnited States
    Model Based Iterative Reconstruction with the Tilted Abel Transform
  • Liang Gao, University of California Los AngelesUnited States
    Ultrafast 3D Imaging through Light Field Tomography
  • Arianna Gleason, SLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryUnited States
    New Light on Dynamic Materials Using Ultrafast X-ray Radiography
  • Bernard Kress, Microsoft CorpUnited States
    How Universal Use Cases Define Next Generation MR Headset's Display and Sensing Requirements
  • Malgorzata Kujawinska, Politechnika WarszawskaPoland
    Multiple Faces of Holography
  • Roger Lecomte, Universite de SherbrookeCanada
    New Frontiers in Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
  • Hong-Seok Lee, Samsung Advanced Institute of TechnologyRepublic Of Korea
    Towards Holographic Flat Panel Displays
  • Seung-Yeol Lee, Kyungpook National UniversityRepublic Of Korea
    Optical Janus Metasurface for Asymmetric Structural Coloration and its Applications
  • Yan Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong UniversityChina
    Augmented Reality 3D Displays Free from Accommodation-and-convergence Conflict
  • Xinan Liang, Agency for Science Technology & ResearchSingapore
    Dielectric Huygens’ Metasurfaces for Holographic Projection and 3D Near-eye Displays Application
  • Alexander Machikhin, Russian Academy of SciencesRussia
    Acousto-optical Tunable Filters: Applications in 3D imaging and Multi-wavelength Digital Holography
  • Kunioki Mima, Osaka UniversityJapan
    Development of Laser Driven Neutron Sources for Neutron Nuclear Resonance Fast Imaging
  • Silvio Montresor, Université du MaineFrance
    Review of Deep Learning Based De-noising Algorithms for Phase Imaging and Applications to High-speed Coherent Imaging
  • Christopher Morris, Los Alamos National LaboratoryUnited States
    Charged Particle Radiography
  • Theodor Nielsen, NIL TechnologyDenmark
    Metaoptics, from Concept to Product
  • Charlotte Palmer, Queen's University of BelfastUnited Kingdom
    Laser-driven Proton Radiography: Achievements and Challenges
  • Joseph Rosen, Ben Gurion University of the NegevIsrael
    Recent Developments in Digital Holographic Imaging by Coded Aperture Correlation Holography
  • Damian Swift, Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryUnited States
    Gbar Radiography for EOS Experiments
  • Koki Wakunami, Tokyo Institute of TechnologyJapan
    Augmented Reality Three-dimensional Displays Based on a Holographic Optical Element Fabricated by Wavefront Printer
  • Yudong Yao, Argonne National LaboratoryUnited States
    Method Development of X-ray Ptychography: Towards High-resolution and High-throughput Coherent Imaging
  • Yaping Zhang, Kunming Univ of Science and TechnologyChina
    Holographic Properties and Display of Photopolymer with High Concentration Photoinitiator Doped with SiO2 Nanoparticles
  • Wenjing Zhou, Shanghai UniversityChina
    Digital Acousto-optic Holography

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Committee

  • Partha Banerjee, University of Dayton, United StatesChair
  • Elena Stoykova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, BulgariaCo-Chair
  • Daping Chu, University of Cambridge, United KingdomProgram Chair
  • Jae-Hyeung Park, Inha University, Republic Of KoreaProgram Chair
  • Percival Almoro, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Philippines
  • Pierre-Alexandre Blanche, University of Arizona, United States
  • Liangcai Cao, Tsinghua University, China
  • Ni Chen, King Abdullah Univ of Sci & Technology, Saudi Arabia
  • Chau-Jern Cheng, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
  • Juergen Czarske, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  • Victor Dyomin, Tomsk State University, Russia
  • Pietro Ferraro, Institute of Intelligent Systems CNR, Italy
  • Marc Georges, Liege Universite, Belgium
  • Yoshio Hayasaki, Utsunomiya University, Japan
  • Hoonjong Kang, Wonkwang University, Republic Of Korea
  • Björn Kemper, University of Muenster, Germany
  • Myung Kim, University of South Florida, United States
  • Tomasz Kozacki, Politechnika Warszawska, Poland
  • Malgorzata Kujawinska, Politechnika Warszawska, Poland
  • Juan Liu, Beijing Institute of Technology, China
  • Kyoji Matsushima, Kansai University, Japan
  • Fernando Mendoza-Santoyo, Centro de Investigaciones en Optica AC, Mexico
  • George Nehmetallah, Catholic University of America, United States
  • Naveen Nishchal, Indian Institute of Technology Patna, India
  • Wolfgang Osten, Universität Stuttgart, Germany
  • Nikolai Petrov, ITMO University, Russia
  • Pascal Picart, LAUM CNRS Le Mans Université, France
  • Peter Schelkens, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
  • Yunlong Sheng, Universite Laval, Canada
  • Bertrand Simon, Institut d'Otpique Graduate School, France
  • Guohai Situ, Shanghai Inst. Opt. Fine Mech., China
  • Mikael Sjodahl, Lulea Tekniska Universitet, Sweden
  • Nelson Tabiryan, Beam Enginering for Adv Measurements Co, United States
  • Peter Tsang, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Dayong Wang, Beijing University of Technology, China
  • Wei Wang, Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom
  • Hiroshi Yoshikawa, Nihon University, Japan
  • Yaping Zhang, Kunming Univ of Sci. and Tech., China
  • Wenjing Zhou, Shanghai University, China
Tomography and Radiographic Imaging Subcommittee
  • Zhehui (Jeph) Wang, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA, Subcommittee Chair
  • James F. Hunter, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
  • Etiennette Auffray Hillemanns, CERNSwitzerland
  • Derek Schaeffer, Princeton UniversityUSA
  • Haruo Miyadera, ToshibaJapan
  • Richard Sandberg, Brigham Young University​, USA
  • Yuan Ping, Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryUSA
  • Kyle Thompson, Sandia National Laboratory​, USA
  • Audrey Therrien, Universite de Sherbrooke, Canada
  • Singanallur Venkatakrishnan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory​, USA
Advisory Committee
  • Ting-Chung Poon, Virginia Tech, USA
  • Byoungho Lee, Seoul National University, Korea
  • Toyohiko Yatagai, Utsunomiya University, Japan

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Plenary Session

Demetri Psaltis

Ecole Polytechnique Fedearale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Optics and Neural Networks

I will describe systems that combine machine learning and optics., In these systems optical devices perform neural computations or neural networks are used to interpret optical signals.

About the Speaker

Demetri Psaltis is Professor of Optics and the Director of the Optics Laboratory at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). He was a professor at the California Institute of Technology from 1980 to 2006. He moved to EPFL in 2007. His research interests are imaging, holography, biophotonics, nonlinear optics, and optofluidics. Professor Psaltis is a fellow of the IEEE, the Optical Society of America, the European Optical Society and the Society for Photo-optical Systems Engineering. He received the International Commission of Optics Prize, the Humboldt Award, the Leith Medal, the Gabor Prize and the Joseph Fraunhofer Award/Robert M. Burley Prize.

Abbie Watnik

US Naval Research Laboratory, USA

Imaging in Adverse Environments

I will provide an overview of techniques and optical technologies that allow us to see in the midst of challenging conditions including fog, underwater scattering and strong atmospheric turbulence.

About the Speaker

Dr. Abbie Watnik is Head of the Optical Techniques Section in the Optical Sciences Division at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC USA. The focus of Dr. Watnik’s work is active imaging for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) systems; topics of interest include computational imaging, propagation through the atmosphere, novel airborne and underwater imaging systems as well as adaptive optics and wavefront sensing. Dr. Watnik received her B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Colorado State University and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Optics from the University of Rochester. Dr. Watnik is recipient of the 2016 Delores M. Etter Top Scientists and Engineers Award for Emergent Scientist Investigators, an award recognizing the Department of the Navy’s scientists who have made significant contributions to their field.

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Special Events

Meet the Plenary Speaker - Jelena Vučković

Monday, 19 July 10:15 – 10:45

Host: Jennifer Choy, University of Wisconsin, USA

The co-located OSA Optical Sensors and Sensing Congress and OSA Imaging and Applied Optics Congress will feature 4 Plenary Speakers. Following technical talks, join your colleagues for a meet-and-greet and discussion with one of our Optical Sensors and Sensing Congress Plenary Speaker Jelena Vučković, Stanford University, USA.

Successfully Navigate an OSA Virtual Meeting

Monday, 19 July 15:00 – 16:00

The post-COVID world has new challenges in regards to virtual meetings – are you prepared? Listen to Isaiah Hankel, Cheeky Scientist, help guide you through the different platforms OSA uses and how you can effectively network and get the most out of your meeting experience.

AIS Panel: Agri-Photonics Panel Discussion

Monday, 19 July 15:00 – 16:30

Organizers: Gombojav Ariunbold, Mississippi State University, USA; Krishnan Parameswaran, Analog Devices, USA; Amartya Sengupta, Indian Institute of Technology, Dehli, India; Joachim Sacher, Sacher Lasertechnik GmbH, Germany

Spectroscopic techniques have many applications in agriculture and food production. This panel discussion will include presenters from the industrial, academic, and the regulatory communities to complement technical papers on this subject. The different perspectives will enable connection of measurement challenges to solutions and accelerate deployment of optics in the important food production application area.Spectroscopic techniques have many applications in agriculture and food production. This panel discussion will include presenters from the industrial, academic, and the regulatory communities to complement technical papers on this subject. The different perspectives will enable connection of measurement challenges to solutions and accelerate deployment of optics in the important food production application area.

Panelists:

Prof. Aparajita Bandyopadhyay, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India
Dr. Richard Crocombe, Crocombe Spectroscopic Consulting, LLC, UK
Dr. Ellen Miseo, TeakOrigin, USA
Prof. Mohamed Sabsabi, National Research Council, Canada
Dr. Steven Thomson, US Department of Agriculture, USA

Meet the Plenary Speaker - Paolo Gamba

Tuesday, 20 July 09:15 – 09:45

Host: Emmett Ientilucci, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

The co-located OSA Optical Sensors and Sensing Congress and OSA Imaging and Applied Optics Congress will feature 4 Plenary Speakers. Following technical talks, join your colleagues for a meet-and-greet and discussion with one of our Optical Sensors and Sensing Congress Plenary Speaker Paolo Gamba, University of Pavia, Italy.

OSA Color Technical Group Coffee Break

Tuesday, 20 July 14:30 – 15:30

The OSA Color Technical Group invites you to join them for a virtual coffee break. Grab a cup of coffee, tea or beverage of your choice and join us for a chance to chat with your fellow vision scientists.

Challenges and Opportunities in Imaging with Metasurfaces

Tuesday, 20 July 17:00 – 18:00

You are invited to join the OSA Photonic Metamaterials Technical Group for a special panel discussion exploring the field of imaging metasurfaces. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from prominent members of the photonic metamaterials community as they discuss possible routes of innovation utilizing ultra-thin optics, including but not limited to applications in AR/VR, aerial imaging, microscopy and endoscopy, night vision, and other potential markets for this technology. Our panelists for this event will include Arseniy Kuznetsov, Senior Research Fellow at the Data Storage Institute, and Robert Devlin, founder and CEO of Metalenz.

It’s as easy as pie?: My perspective balancing career, family and society’s expectations

Wednesday, 21 July 08:00 – 09:00

“You are going to have a career, how do you ever expect to have time to make pie?” Jessica never considered that she may have to make choices between this idealized vision in her head and career goals. It can be difficult navigating the “gender stereotypes and expectations” that society subconsciously places on a wife and mother.

In this talk Jessica DeGroote Nelson, Director of Technology and Strategy at Optimax, will share her continuous journey to find balance, between career in strategic planning and technical road mapping, family and the guilt that she’s only able to carve out time to make apple pie for Thanksgiving (and on Pi Day)! Listen to Jessica share her perspective on this balance pre-pandemic, during the pandemic and dream for what post-pandemic expectations might be for the future women engineers and scientists following their passion.

AIS Panel: Microplastics in the Environment: Challenges and Opportunities

Wednesday, 21 July 08:30 – 10:00

This panel discusses the current challenges, spectroscopy methods and related funding opportunities on the topic of microplastics in the environment.

Panelists:

Gombojav O. Arinbold, Mississippi State University, USA
Susanne Brander, Oregon State University, USA
Jeremy Conkle, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, USA
Harry Nelson, Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies, USA
Karl Rockne, National Science Foundation, USA
Matthieu Roussey, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Leah Thornton Hampton, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project, USA

OSA NonImaging Optical Design Technical Group Coffee Break

Wednesday, 21 July 15:00 – 16:00

Join the OSA NonImaging Optical Design Technical Group for a virtual coffee break. This informal networking session offers attendees the chance to move around Zoom breakout rooms for small group discussions. This will be an excellent opportunity to connect with fellow members of your community, share your research and potentially establish new collaborations.

OSA Imaging Optical Design Technical Group Coffee Break

Thursday, 22 July 13:00 – 14:00

You are invited to join the OSA Imaging Optical Design Technical Group for a virtual coffee break. This informal networking session offers attendees the chance to move around Zoom breakout rooms for small group discussions. This will be an excellent opportunity to connect with fellow members of your community, share your research and potentially establish new collaborations.

Meet the Plenary Speaker - Abbie Watnik

Friday, 23 July 12:15 – 12:45

Host: Vidya Ganapati, Swathmore College, USA

The co-located OSA Optical Sensors and Sensing Congress and OSA Imaging and Applied Optics Congress will feature 4 Plenary Speakers. Following technical talks, join your colleagues for a meet-and-greet and discussion with one of our Imaging and Applied Optics Congress Plenary Speaker Abbie Watnik, US Naval Research Laboratory, USA.

Student Paper Competition: Congratulations to the 2021 Winners and Finalists
3D Imaging Aquisition and Display: Technology, Perception and Applications (3D)

Winner
Elliott Kwan, University of Arizona, USA (3Th2D.6)
Tri-Aperture Monocular Laparoscopic Objective for Stereoscopic and Wide Field of View Acquisition


Finalists
Timothy O'Connor, University of Connecticut, USA (3W5A.3)
Overview on convolutional neural network-based classification of red blood cells in lensless single random phase encoding

Marcos Pérez-Aviñoa, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain (3W3G.2)
3D Degree of Polarization and its Fundamental Limits

Kashif Usmani, University of Connecticut, USA (3F4A.1)
Visible and long-wave infrared imaging in degraded environments using three-dimensional polarimetric integral imaging

Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging (COSI)

Winner
Kevin Zhou, Duke University​, USA (CW4H.1)
Incoherent 3D k-space synthesis with volumetric optical coherence refraction tomography

Finalists
Xiaomeng Liu, Advanced Research Center for Nanolithogr, Department of Physics and Astronomy, and Laserlab, Vrije Universiteit, Netherlands (CTu6A.2)
Tailoring Spatial Entropy in Extreme Ultraviolet Focused Beams for Multispectral Ptychography

Daniel Olesker, University of Glasgow​, United Kingdom (CTu4B.1)
Video-Rate Volumetric Imaging of Extended Structures with Engineered PSFs

Jiazhang Wang, Northwestern UniversityUSA  ( CF2E.3)
VR Eye-Tracking using Deflectometry

Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging (DH)

Winner
Myeong-ho Choi, Inha University, South Korea (DF2F.5)
Waveguide-type optical see-through Maxwellian near-eye display with expanded eyebox using multiplexed holographic optical element and polarization gratings


Finalists
Haiyun Guo, University of DaytonUSA (DTh5C.4)
Surface Shape Reconstruction of Transparent Objects using Structured Light

Manami Ohta, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan (DM5E.2)
Three-dimensional imaging through thick phase-fluctuating medium based on phase-shift digital holography with two adjacent light sources for common-path geometry

Imaging Systems and Applications (IS)

Winner
Chiara Bonati, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland  (ITh1B.4)
Lock-In Amplified Differential Phase Contrast

Finalists
Ruipeng Guo, University of UtahUSA (ITh5D.3)
Needle-based deep-neural-network imaging method

Alice Ruget, Heriot Watt University, UK  (ITh5D.4)
Robust and Guided Super-resolution for Single-Photon Depth Imaging via a Deep Network

Chaowei Zhuang, Tsinghua University, China (ITu7A.7)
Simultaneous superficial cortex and deep brain imaging in mice brain using wide-field microscope through implanting custom-built cranial window

Propagation through and Characterization of Atmospheric and Oceanic Phenomena (pcAOP)

Winner
Derek Burrell, Air Force Research Laboratory and University of Arizona, United States (PW4F.5)
Fast Statistical Testing of Scintillated, Speckled Irradiance

Finalist
Pedro Salcedo Serrano, University of Málaga, Spain (PM2G.2)
Outage capacity of underwater FSO systems over scattering-induced fading channels

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