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Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging (DH)

14 August 2023 – 17 August 2023   Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts USA



Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging (DH)
  1. Holographic Display and Imaging Systems 
    • 3D imaging and display systems 
    • Digital holography in LIDAR and related remote sensing techniques 
    • Imaging and display systems for AR and VR applications 
  2. Digital Holographic Techniques for Bio-Imaging 
    • Quantitative phase imaging 
    • Digital holographic microscopy 
    • Digital holographic tomography 
    • Biomedical/Clinical/Medical applications/lab on chip 
  3. Holographic Optical Elements and Applications 
    • Holographic optical elements 
    • Holographic lithography 
  4. Computer Generated Holograms and Metasurface Holograms 
    • Computer generated holograms 
    • Metasurface holograms 
    • Holographic security 
  5. Phase Processing, Retrieval Techniques and Applications 
    • Wavefront shaping and manipulation 
    • Polarization holography 
    • Transport of intensity 
    • Digital holographic optical processing 
    • Compressive holography 
  6. Applications of Digital Holography and 3D Imaging  
    • 2D & 3D image processing for digital holography and feature recognition 
    • Metrology and profilometry 
    • Gated digital holography (time and coherence gating) 
    • Dynamic holography and novel recording materials 
    • Digital holography in nonlinear optical systems 
  7. Contemporary Topics in Digital Holography and 3D Imaging 
    • Advances in digital holographic techniques 
    • Deep learning and neural networks in digital holography and applications 
    • Digital holography for inspection of scattering media 
    • Incoherent holography 
    • Terahertz generation/modulation and its application to digital holography 
    • Emerging applications of digital holography and 3D imaging (environment, pollution, space, etc.) 



  • Pierre-Alexandre Blanche
    University of Arizona, United States

  • Chau-Jern Cheng
    National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

  • Pietro Ferraro
    Institute of Intelligent Systems ISASI, Italy
    Program Chair

  • Yaping Zhang
    Kunming Univ of Sci. and Tech., China
    Program Chair



  • Pierre-Alexandre Blanche, University of ArizonaUnited StatesChair
  • Chau-Jern Cheng, National Taiwan Normal UniversityTaiwanChair
  • Pietro Ferraro, Institute of Intelligent Systems ISASIItalyProgram Chair
  • Matthew Hill, Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryUnited States
  • Yaping Zhang, Kunming Univ of Sci. and Tech.ChinaProgram Chair
  • Tatiana Alieva, Universidad Complutense de MadridSpain
  • Percival Almoro, University of the Philippines-DilimanPhilippines
  • Liangcai Cao, Tsinghua UniversityChina
  • Ni Chen, University of ArizonaUnited States
  • Daping Chu, University of CambridgeUnited Kingdom
  • Juergen Czarske, Technische Universität DresdenGermany
  • Victor Dyomin, Tomsk State UniversityRussia
  • Marc Georges, Univ de Liege Centre Spatial de LiegeBelgium
  • Yoshio Hayasaki, Utsunomiya UniversityJapan
  • Björn Kemper, University of MuensterGermany
  • Myung Kim, University of South FloridaUnited States
  • Tomasz Kozacki, Politechnika WarszawskaPoland
  • Malgorzata Kujawinska, Warsaw University of TechnologyPoland
  • Juan Liu, Beijing Institute of TechnologyChina
  • Jung-Ping Liu, Feng Chia UniversityTaiwan
  • Yuan Luo, National Taiwan UniversityTaiwan
  • Kyoji Matsushima, Kansai UniversityJapan
  • Fernando Mendoza Santoyo, Centro de Investigaciones en Optica ACMexico
  • Lisa Miccio, Institute of Intelligent Systems ISASIItaly
  • George Nehmetallah, Catholic University of AmericaUnited States
  • Naveen Nishchal, Indian Institute of Technology PatnaIndia
  • Wolfgang Osten, Universität StuttgartGermany
  • Jae-Hyeung Park, Inha UniversityRepublic Of Korea
  • Nikolay Petrov, ITMO UniversityRussia
  • Pascal Picart, Le Mans UniversiteFrance
  • Peter Schelkens, Vrije Universiteit BrusselBelgium
  • Tomoyoshi Shimobaba, Chiba UniversityJapan
  • Bertrand Simon, Institut d'Optique Graduate SchoolFrance
  • Guohai Situ, Shanghai Inst. Opt. Fine Mech.China
  • Mikael Sjodahl, Lulea Tekniska UniversitetSweden
  • Elena Stoykova, Bulgarian Academy of SciencesBulgaria
  • Nelson Tabiryan, Beam Engineering for Adv Measurements CoUnited States
  • Dayong Wang, Beijing University of TechnologyChina
  • Qiong-Hua Wang, Beihang UniversityChina
  • Wei Wang, Heriot-Watt UniversityUnited Kingdom
  • Masahiro Yamaguchi, Tokyo Institute of TechnologyJapan
  • Haining Yang, Southeast UniversityChina
  • Hiroshi Yoshikawa, Nihon UniversityJapan



  • Hong Hua
    Univ of Arizona, Coll of Opt Sciences, United States
  • Adrian Stern
    Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
  • Ana Doblas
    University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, United States
    Program Chair
  • Manuel Martinez-Corral
    University of Valencia, Spain
    Program Chair
  • Simon Thibault
    Université Laval, Canada
    Program Chair



Radiographic Imaging and Tomography 2023

Friday, 08 November 1895, is the official birthday of the interdisciplinary field of Radiographic Imaging and Tomography (RadIT) pioneered by Wilhelm Röntgen, William Crookes, Johann Radon and many others.

RadIT relies on ionizing radiation such as X-rays, energetic electrons, positrons, protons, neutrons and muons to form an image and shares detectors, optics and image processing algorithms with optical imaging and tomography.

In addition to x-rays, charged particles (such as protons and muons) and charge-neutral particles (such as neutrons and neutrinos) have opened up new vistas into objects large and small. X-ray films have largely become obsolete due to the introduction of storage phosphor plates, aSi detectors, CCD cameras and lately CMOS imaging sensors. Many of these modalities use a multi-step detection mode in which radiation is first converted to visible light and then detected using optical methods. Data and information science, including quantum information science, have breathed new life into radiography in the last decade. Traditional X-ray, charged particle and neutron radiography R&D have been driven by medicine, non-destructive testing and security applications. The latest thrusts of growth come from machine vision, additive manufacturing and the metaverse.

This topical program, which is presented in collaboration with the Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging Topical Meeting, brings together world leaders and newcomers alike to explore the synergies among visible light, X-rays and other forms of illumination in radiography, imaging, tomography and applied optics and data science.

Topic Categories

Abstract and Summary Submission Deadline: 12 April 2023, 12:00 noon EDT (UTC-04:00)

Preferences for paper and presentation selections will be given to X-rays and other forms of penetrating radiation and illumination and their synergies with visible light imaging and optics. The scope includes, but is not limited to:

  1. RadIT of different photon/particle forms such as X-rays (including MeV photons), neutrons, electrons, positrons, protons and muons and multi-modal RadIT
  2. Penetrating radiation source, target, optics and detector hardware integration
  3. Spatial, temporal resolution, dose reduction, scan time reduction and other imaging/radiography metrics enhancement through innovative applications of fundamental principles; new image forming materials and structures including nanomaterials, flat optics, other metamaterials and metastructures, additively manufactured materials and structures
  4. New radiography principles due to source coherence, detection correlations and quantum mechanics
  5. Computation and data methods such as efficient algorithms for data reduction (offline and in realtime), machine learning and automated reduction of massive data and data-driven image and tomography models such as digital twins
  6. Novel applications in medicine, non-destructive testing, machine vision, additive manufacturing, metaverse, space and beyond

In addition, a special feature issue with Applied Optics is planned.

Submit a paper for consideration to present. >

Committee Members

Zhehui (Jeph) Wang, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA, Chair
Anton Tremsin, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Audrey Therrien, University of Sherbrooke, Canada
Haruo Miyadera, Toshiba, Japan
James Hunter, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Lan Gao, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA
Mark Foster, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Matthew Hill, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
Richard Sandberg, Brigham Young University, USA
S. V. Venkatakrishnan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Sophia Malko, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA
Vladislav V. Yakovlev, Texas A&M University, USA
Wei Liu, Mayo Clinic, USA

Plenary Speakers

The James Webb Space Telescope and Beyond

Lee Feinberg, NASA

A Whirlwind Tour of Quantum Imaging and Radar

Jeffrey H. Shapiro
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Research Laboratory of Electronics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Invited Speakers

  • Bahram Javidi, University of Connecticut
    Sensing, Visualization, and Recognition in Degraded Environment using Passive Multidimensional Integral Imaging   Keynote
  • Brian Pogue, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Optical - X-Ray Imaging: Dose, Molecules & Opportunities   Keynote
  • Laura Waller, University of California BerkeleyUNITED STATES
    Computational 3D Microscopy   Keynote
  • Lei Xing, Stanford UniversityUNITED STATES
    Imaging in the Age of Artificial Intelligence   Keynote
  • Trisha Andrew, University of Massachusetts AmherstUNITED STATES
    Garment-Integrated, Fabric-Based Sensors Systems for Imaging Human Body Motion in Natural Environments  
  • Amir Arbabi, University of Massachusetts AmherstUNITED STATES
    Metasurface-enabled Optical Imaging and Scanning Systems  
  • Harry Atwater, California Institute of TechnologyUNITED STATES
    Active Metasurfaces Modulated in Space and Time  
  • Remy Avila, Univ Nacional Autonoma de MexicoMexico
    Methods for Optical Turbulence Profiling  
  • George Barbastathis, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUNITED STATES
    On the Use of Machine Learning for Image-based Identification and Control of Complex Processes  
  • Jeffrey Barchers, Nutronics IncUNITED STATES
    Special Session on Fried  
  • Randy Bartels, Colorado State UniversityUNITED STATES
    Super-Resolution Imaging by Computationally Fusing Quantum and Classical Optical Information  
  • Ileana-Cristina Benea-Chelmus, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
    Hybrid Platforms for Free-space Active Photonics  
  • David Blinder, Vrije Universiteit BrusselBelgium
    Holographic Signal Processing in Plenoptic Phase Space  
  • Vivek Boominathan, Rice UniversityUNITED STATES
    Lensless Imaging: A Miniaturizing Perspective  
  • Konstantin Borozdin , Decision Sciences International CorpUNITED STATES
    Muon Imaging Methods and Applications  
  • Caroline Boudoux, Polytechnique MontréalCanada
    Few-mode Optical Coherence Tomography with a Modally-Specific Photonic  
  • Charles Bouman, Purdue UniversityUNITED STATES
    Past, Present, and Future Methods for Sparse View CT  
  • David Brady, University of Arizona
    Snapshot Tomography on Array Cameras  
  • Joshua Brake, Harvey Mudd CollegeUNITED STATES
    Interferometric Speckle Visibility Spectroscopy (iSVS): Leveraging Commercially-available Cameras to Sensitively Measure Flow Dynamics Inside Scattering Media  
  • David Burghoff, University of Notre DameUNITED STATES
    Title to be Announced  
  • Federico Capasso, Harvard UniversityUNITED STATES
    Recent advances in flat optics from the near IR to the Extreme UV  
  • Chao Ping Chen, Shanghai Jiao Tong UniversityChina
    Near-Eye Displays with Reflective Liquid Crystal Gratings for Metaverse  
  • Mu Ku Chen, City University of Hong Kong
    Optical Meta-devices for Imaging, Depth Sensing, and Edge Detection  
  • Ji-Xin Cheng, Boston UniversityUNITED STATES
    Most Recent Advances of Mid-infrared Photothermal Microscopy  
  • Mathew Cherukara, Argonne National Laboratory
    HPC+AI@Edge Enabled Real-Time X-ray Imaging  
  • Bill Choi, NanolambdaREPUBLIC OF KOREA
    Digital Nano Flat Optics for Spectrometer-on-a-chip  
  • Justin Crepp, University of Notre DameUNITED STATES
    Developing a Wavefront Sensor that Operates in Strong Scintillation  
  • Mini Das, University of Houston
    Opportunities and Challenges in X-ray Phase Imaging and Phase Retrieval  
  • Luis F. Delgado-Aparicio, Johns Hopkins UniversityUNITED STATES
    Physics and Engineer Challenges for Multi-energy Soft and Hard X-ray Diagnostics for Short and Long-pulse Profile Measurements  
  • Victor Dyomin, Tomsk State UniversityRUSSIA
    Underwater Digital Holography of Plankton with Advanced Monitoring Capabilities for Bioindication In Situ  
  • Tina Ebert, Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryUNITED STATES
    Monochromatic, High Resolution X-ray Imaging Using Laser Driven Backlighters at NIF  
  • Regina Eckert, University of California Berkeley
    Earth in Full Color: Imaging Spectroscopy Challenges for Earth Science  
  • Pietro Ferraro, Istituto Nazionale di OtticaItaly
    New Frontiers of Imaging Flow-cytometry by Stain-free Microscopy  
  • Andrew Forbes, University of WitwatersrandSOUTH AFRICA
    Digital Tools for Quantum Structured Light  
  • Ryan Forelli, Fermi National Accelerator LaboratoryUNITED STATES
    Real-Time Instability Tracking with Deep Learning on FPGAs in Magnetic Confinement Fusion Devices  
  • Liang Gao, University of California Los AngelesUNITED STATES
    Ultrafast Light Field Tomography and Microscopy  
  • Peng Gao, Xindian UniversityChina
    Two-Beam Phase Correlation Spectroscopy: A label-free method to quantify particle flow in (bio)fluids  
  • Patrice Genevet, CNRSFrance
    Complex Frequency Singularities and Metasurfaces for LiDAR  
  • Federico Gomez, Ansys
    Efficient Simulation of Metasurfaces: From Meta-atoms to Millimeter-scale Structures and Beyond  
  • Taisia Gorkhover, University of Hamburg
    Imaging the Nanoscale With Intense Sub-Femtosecond X-Ray Pulses  
  • Vivek Goyal, Boston UniversityUNITED STATES
    Absorption-Based, Passive Range Imaging from Hyperspectral Thermal Measurements  
  • Elizabeth Grace, Georgia Institute of TechnologyUNITED STATES
    Single-Shot, Multi-Timestep Chirped Probe Method for High Temporal Resolution Reconstruction of Plasma Evolution  
  • Jesse Griff-McMahon, Princeton UniversityUNITED STATES
    Proton Radiography of Magnetic Reconnection and Biermann-battery Magnetic Fields with X-ray Fiducials  
  • Markus Henriksson, Swedish Defence Research AgencySweden
    Measuring the Near-ground Vertical Gradient of Turbulence by Differential Angle-of-arrival Analysis of LED Array Images  
  • Roarke Horstmeyer, Duke UniversityUNITED STATES
    Multi-aperture Methods for 3D Tomographic Optical Imaging  
  • Roarke Horstmeyer, Duke UniversityUNITED STATES
    Computational 3D Video Microscopy with Micro-camera Arrays  
  • Chia Wei Hsu, University of Southern CaliforniaUNITED STATES
    Multi-channel Flat Optics: Fast Solver, Inverse Design, and Fundamental Bounds  
  • Juejun Hu, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUNITED STATES
    LWIR Metalenses for Broadband, Wide-angle Imaging  
  • Lingling Huang, Beijing Institute of TechnologyChina
    Wavefront Modulation and Holographic-related Technique Based on Metasurfaces  
  • Tali Ilovitsh, Tel Aviv UniversityIsrael
    Acoustical Beam Shaping as a Platform for Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging  
  • Chulmin Joo, Yonsei UniversityREPUBLIC OF KOREA
    Computational Polarization-sensitive Microscopy for Tomographic Birefrience Imaging of Transparent Ojects  
  • Matthew Kalensky, NAVSEA NSWC Dahlgren DivisionUNITED STATES
    Aero Optics  
  • Matthew Kemnetz, AFRL/RDUNITED STATES
    Aero Optics  
  • Björn Kemper, Westfaelische Wilhelms Univ MunsterGermany
    Interlaboratory Evaluation of In Vitro Nanotoxicity Testing With Digital Holographic Microscopy  
  • Björn Kemper, Westfaelische Wilhelms Univ MunsterGermany
    Approaches for High-throughput Live Cell Imaging in Digital Holographic Microscopy  
  • Chulhong Kim, Pohang Univ of Science & TechnologyREPUBLIC OF KOREA
    Biomedical Photoacoustic and Ultrasound Imaging: from Advanced Hardware to Computational Software Development  
  • Kyoohyun Kim, Max-Planck-Inst Physik des LichtsGermany
    Optical Diffraction Tomography for Quantifying Cell Physics  
  • Olga Korotkova, University of MiamiUNITED STATES
    Novel Beams  
  • Victor Kulikov, University of DaytonUNITED STATES
    Impact of Turbulence Profile, and Inner and Outer Scales on Accuracy in Cn2 Prediction Using Deep Neural Network-based Signal Processing  
  • Matthew Kupinski, Univ of Arizona, Coll of Opt SciencesUNITED STATES
    The Use of 3D Modeling and Augmented Reality in System Design and Image Reconstruction  
  • Meredith Kupinski, Univ of Arizona, Coll of Opt SciencesUNITED STATES
    Analytic Shape from Polarization for Depolarization Dominant Objects  
  • Arseniy Kuznetsov, Agency for Science Technology & ResearchSingapore
    Small-pixel Size Spatial Light Modulators Based on Tunable Dielectric Metasurfaces  
  • Pawel Latawiec, Metalenz IncUNITED STATES
    Metasurfaces for 3D Sensing and Beyond  
  • Shuai Leng, Mayo Clinic
    Photon Counting CT  
  • Andrew Leong, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Quantitative X-ray Phase Contrast Imaging (XPCI) of Increasingly Complex Porous Materials  
  • Anat Levin, Technion Israel Institute of TechnologyIsrael
    Wide Étendue Holographic Displays with Piecewise-Linear Phase Masks  
  • Xiang Li, Massachusetts General HospitalUNITED STATES
    Recent Advances in Sparse and Ultra-Sparse Reconstruction and Generative Modeling for Medical Imaging  
  • Juan Liu, Beijing Institute of TechnologyChina
    Real-time Holographic Display Based on Dynamic Scene Reconstruction and Rendering  
  • Juan Liu, Beijing Institute of TechnologyChina
    Applications of Holographic Optical Elements for 3D Display  
  • Wei Liu, Mayo ClinicUNITED STATES
    Patient-specific 3D CT Images Reconstruction from 2D KV images via Vision Transformer-based Deep-Learning  
  • Yongmin Liu, Northeastern UniversityUNITED STATES
    Pushing the Limit of Multiplexing Capability in Optical Metasurfaces  
  • Arka Majumdar, University of WashingtonUNITED STATES
    Full color Imaging with Large-Aperture Meta-Optics  
    Proton Radiography of the Bounded Magnetized Systems Relevant to MagLIF Preheat Phase  
  • Kevin Mann, Bruker Nano Surfaces & MetrologyUNITED STATES
    Ultrafast Z Focusing and Variable Optical Mixing with Bruker's NeuraLeap  
  • Pasquale Memmolo, Istituto Italiano di TecnologiaItaly
    Tomographic Phase Microscopy by 3D Zernike Polynomials  
  • Lisa Miccio, Istituto Nazionale di OtticaItaly
    Soft-matter Based Micro-lenses: from Liquids to Living Cells  
  • Maiken H. Mikkelsen, Duke UniversityUNITED STATES
    Ultrafast Pyroelectric Detectors with on-chip Polarization and Spectral Filters  
  • Kelsey Miller, Leiden Observatory
    Laboratory Simulation of Turbulence  
  • Owen Miller, Yale UniversityUNITED STATES
    Convex Nanophotonics: Hidden Structure in Maxwell's Equations  
  • Darran Milne, VividQUNITED KINGDOM
    Breakthroughs in Holographic Display Technology for AR and VR Gaming  
  • Haruo Miyadera, Toshiba CorpJapan
    Cosmic-ray Muon Scattering for Nuclear Material Measurement  
  • Yasuhiro Miyake, High Energy Accelerator Research OrgJapan
    Development of Muon Imaging By Accelerator Muons  
  • Masashi Miyata, NTT Device Technology LabsJapan
    Optical Metasurfaces for High-sensitivity Color Imaging  
  • Kristina Monakhova, University of California BerkeleyUNITED STATES
    Video Denoising in Starlight Using a Learned, Physics-informed Noise Model  
  • Francesco Monticone, Cornell UniversityUNITED STATES
    Nonlocal Flat Optics  
  • Christopher Morris, Los Alamos National LaboratoryUNITED STATES
    800 MeV Proton Radiography at LANSCE  
  • Nirosha Murugan, Wilfrid Laurier UniversityCanada
    You Are Brighter Than You Think: Brain-based Ultraweak Photon Emissions and Electric Fields As Novel Functional Neuroimaging Tools  
  • Ram Narayanswamy, Teaq Group LLCUNITED STATES
    Meta Optical Elements by Nanoimprint Lithography  
  • Aditya Nayak, Florida Atlantic UniversityUNITED STATES
    Digital Holographic Advances in the Aquatic Sciences  
  • Dragomir Neshev, Australian National UniversityAustralia
    Nonlinear Metasurfaces for Up-conversion Imaging and Ultrafast Switching  
  • Xingjie Ni, Pennsylvania State UniversityUNITED STATES
    Advancing Towards Large-Scale Fabrication and Integration of Meta-Optic Devices  
  • Guangda Niu, HUST
    Ultrafast Perovskite Single Crystals for Positron Emission Tomography  
  • Takanori Nomura, Wakayama UniversityJapan
    Reduction of Computer Memory Usage in Lensless Photography with a Random Amplitude Coded Aperture  
  • Nisan Ozana, MGH. Harvard Medical SchoolUNITED STATES
    Diffuse Correlation Spectroscopy and Speckle-based Neuroimaging  
  • Prasad Padmanabha Iyer, Sandia National LabsUNITED STATES
    Ultrafast Steering of Incoherent Emission from Semiconductor Metasurfaces  
  • Kunjal Parikh, Intel Corporation
    Display Edge Intelligence with Novel AI-based Visual Sensing Technology  
  • Jae-Hyeung Park, Inha UniversityREPUBLIC OF KOREA
    Optical-see-through Near-eye-display with 3D Occlusion  
  • Kyung Hyun Park, Electronics and Telecom Research InstREPUBLIC OF KOREA
    CW-based Terahertz Imaging System for Industrial Applications Using Semiconductor Devices  
  • Dario Perez, Universidad Catolica de ValparaisoChile
    Efficient and Accurate Complex Phase Retrieval of a Gaussian Beam Propagating Through Controlled Turbulence: Comprehensive Spatiotemporal Statistics Analysis  
  • Brian Pogue, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Optical Imaging of Radiation Dose in Humans  
  • Mingbo Pu, Institute of Optics and Electronics, CAS
    Multifunctional Flat Optical Devices Based on Catenary-shaped Subwavelength Structures  
  • Daniel Razansky, ETH ZurichSwitzerland
    Diffuse Optical Localization Techniques for Large-scale Transcranial Mapping of Cortical Microcirculation  
  • Haoran Ren, Monash UniversityAustralia
    Twisted Light Holography with Metasurfaces  
  • Junsuk Rho, Pohang Univ of Science & TechnologyREPUBLIC OF KOREA
    Low-Cost and Scalable Manufacturing of Optical Metasurfaces in the Visible Using Engineered Optical Materials (PER, Low-Loss a-Si:H, and Hybrid ALD Structural Resin)  
  • Ann Roberts, University of MelbourneAustralia
    Shedding New Light on Phase Contrast Imaging with Nanophotonics  
  • Daniel Robertson, Mayo ClinicUNITED STATES
    Integrating-mode Particle Radiography with Monolithic Scintillator Detectors  
  • Lu Rong, Beijing University of TechnologyChina
    Terahertz Super-Oscillatory Lens and Super-Resolution Imaging  
  • Emilio Sanchez-Ortiga, Universitat de ValenciaSpain
    Digital Holographic Microscopy in Low-transmittance Conditions  
  • Richard Sandberg, Brigham Young UniversityUNITED STATES
    Challenges and Opporunties for Mesoscale Ultrafast Imaging at FELs  
  • Aswin Sankaranarayanan, Carnegie Mellon UniversityUNITED STATES
    Computational Spectroscopy --- Imaging Systems and Fundamental Limits for Programmable Spectrometry  
  • Yuji Sano, , Japan
    Laser-Plasma Acceleration (LPA) Project in Japan and Potential Applications for Imaging, Synthesis, and Diagnostics  
  • Peter Schelkens, Vrije Universiteit BrusselBelgium
    Compression Challenges for Digital Holography  
  • Natan Shaked, Tel Aviv UniversityIsrael
    Label-free Sperm Analysis - New Horizons for In-vitro Fertilization  
  • Natan Shaked, Tel Aviv UniversityIsrael
    Six-pack Holography: Techniques and Applications  
  • Joshua Shank, Sandia National LaboratoriesUNITED STATES
    Event-based Sensing for Nuclear Proliferation Detection  
    Maximizing Polarization Control Using Non-separable Metasurfaces  
  • Paulo Silveira, Occipital IncUNITED STATES
    3D Sensing for Personalized Medicine  
  • Raspberry Simpson, Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryUNITED STATES
    Proton Radiography Using NIF-ARC  
  • Vasanthi Sivaprakasam, US Naval Research LaboratoryUNITED STATES
    Scattering Media Interactions with Orbital Angular Momentum Laser Beams  
  • Laura Smilowitz, Los Alamos National LaboratoryUNITED STATES
    Lab-scale Asynchronous Radiographic System  
  • Peter So, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUNITED STATES
    Patterning Light for High Throughput, High Content, Deep Tissue Imaging  
  • Giacomo Sorelli, Fraunhofer IOSBGermany
    Transmission Matrix Approach to Turbulence Profiling  
  • Yakov Soskind, Meta Platforms IncUNITED STATES
    From Metasurface Elements to Metasurface Systems: Opportunities and Challenges  
  • Detlev Sprung, Fraunhofer IOSBGermany
    Turbulence Measurement  
  • Vivek Srinivasan, New York University
    Coherence Engineering of a Human Brain Interferometer to Quantitatively and Specifically Measure Cerebral Blood Flow  
  • Florian Stroehl, UiT The Arctic University of NorwayNorway
    Multifocus Microscopy with Optical Sectioning  
  • Tatsuki Tahara, National Inst of Information & Comm TechJapan
    Multidimensional Incoherent Digital Holography  
  • Enrique Tajahuerce, Universitat Jaume ISpain
    Computational Imaging with Structured Light and Single-pixel Detection  
  • Yasuhiro Takaki, Tokyo Univ of Agriculture and TechnologyJapan
    Holographic Implementation of Contact Lens Display  
  • Xiaodi Tan, Fujian Normal UniversityChina
    Augmented Holographic Data Storage System using Deep Learning  
  • Simon Thibault, Université LavalCanada
    Simulation and Design of Hybrid Refractive and Meta-Optics Lens  
  • Lei Tian, Boston UniversityUNITED STATES
    Computational Miniature Mesoscope: Augmenting Miniature Optics with Algorithms for Large-scale 3D Fluorescence Imaging  
  • Lei Tian, Boston UniversityUNITED STATES
    Computational 3D Phase Imaging by Intensity Diffraction Tomography  
  • Anton Tremsin, University of California at BerkeleyUNITED STATES
    Energy-resolved Neutron Imaging  
  • Benjamin Vakoc, Harvard Medical SchoolUNITED STATES
    Frequency-comb (Circular-ranging) Optical Coherence Tomography for Ophthalmology  
  • Vicente Valenzuela-Villaseca , Princeton UniversityUNITED STATES
    Proton Isotropy at OMEGA  
  • Singanallur Venkatakrishnan, Oak Ridge National LabUNITED STATES
    Towards Autonomous Neutron Diffraction and Imaging Instruments  
  • Nicolas Verrier, Ecole Sup Physique Chimie IndustriellesFrance
    Toward Multimodal Functionalized Markerless Imaging: Extensions of Tomographic Diffraction Microscopy  
  • Christos Vlachos, Université de BordeauxFrance
    Characterization of Optically Generated Transient Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields of High Energy Density  
  • Laura Waller, University of California BerkeleyUNITED STATES
    Space-time Learned Reconstructions for Computational imaging  
  • Yuhong Wan, Beijing University of TechnologyChina
    Fluorescence Self-interference Digital Holography with the Capability of Adaptive Three Dimensional Microscopic Imaging  
  • Congli Wang, University of California BerkeleyUNITED STATES
    Differentiable Ray Tracing for Optical Design and Modeling  
  • Di Wang, Beihang UniversityChina
    Large Viewing Angle Holographic 3D Display System  
  • Hao Wang, SUTDSingapore
    Metasurface-Enabled Polarization Modulation for Multidimensional Information Encryption and Decryption  
  • Ken Kang-Hsin Wang, UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
    Optical Tomography-guided System for Pre-clinical Radiotherapy Research  
  • Florian Willomitzer, Univ of Arizona, Coll of Opt SciencesUNITED STATES
    Utilizing Deflectometric Information for Single-shot Eye-tracking with High Accuracy  
  • Liangzhong Xiang, University of California IrvineUNITED STATES
    X-ray Induced Acoustic Computed Tomography (XACT)  
  • Hirotsugu Yamamoto, Utsunomiya University
    Glass-Free Non-Contact Augmented Reality Interface With Aerial Imaging by Retro-Reflection (AIRR)  
  • Ji Yi, Johns Hopkins UniversityUNITED STATES
    Mesoscopic Single-object Lightsheet Microscopy  
  • Tom Zangle, University of UtahUNITED STATES
    Using Quantitative Phase Imaging to Resolve Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Cancer Cell Response to Therapy  
  • Guoan Zheng, University of ConnecticutUNITED STATES
    High-resolution, High-throughput Coded Ptychography for Biomedical Imaging  
  • Chao Zhou, Washington University in St LouisUNITED STATES
    Advanced OCT- 3D Imaging and Optogenetic Pacing of in Vitro and in Vivo Model Systems  
  • Natan Shaked, Tel Aviv UniversityIsrael
    Label-free Sperm Analysis - New Horizons for In-vitro Fertilization  
  • Simon Thibault, Université LavalCanada
    Simulation and Design of Hybrid Refractive and Meta-Optics Lens  

Special Events


Women in Imaging Reception

Sunday, 13 August 19:00 - 20:00
Garden Suite, 4024

Professional Development Sessions

Tuesday, 15 August 11:00 - 12:00
Optica Booth 101

Optica Laser Systems Technical Group Special Talk & Networking Event

Tuesday, 15 August 12:15 - 13:15
Whittier Room

Researching Finding Opportunities Panel

Tuesday, 15 August 18:30 - 19:30
Whittier Room

Professional Development Sessions

Wednesday, 16 August 13:00 - 14:00
Optica Booth 101

Conference Reception

Wednesday, 16 August 18:30 - 20:00
Avenue 34

Challenges: The Importance of Laser Light Interaction with Matter on Propagation Through Complex Media (Including the Interaction with ChatGPT)

Thursday, 17 August 13:30 - 15:00 
Stuart Room

Closing Toast

Thursday, 17 August 17:15 - 17:45 
Georgian Room


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