SC17High resolution imaging for ophtalmology: adaptive optics and beyond

New training
Level: Basic/Advanced
Audience:

Ophtalmologists, experimenters, engineers involved in bio-medical imaging, physicists, orthoptists, optometrists

Language of the training: English
Maximum capacity: 10
Price: 1750 € -
Duration: 2,5 days- 17,5 h
In partnership with
Hôpital des Quinze-Vingts Institut de la Vision
Objectives
  • Understand the scientific, medical and industrial challenges of high-resolution imaging in ophtalmology
  • Have an idea of the pratical use of such instruments
  • Be able to evaluate these instruments or to participate to their development
  • Understand the clinical applications of high-resolution imaging in ophtalmology
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High resolution imaging for ophtalmology: adaptive optics and beyond
Addressed topics

Physiological optics

Ocular imaging

Image processing and analysis

OCT, en face OCT, SLO, adaptive optics

The program

Physiological optics

Ocular imaging today and tomorrow

  • Fundus cameras, Ultrasounds, OCT.
  • Principles of Adaptive optics, adaptive optics bench demonstration.
  • Image processing.
  • Image analysis.
  • In the pipeline : Doppler holography, en face OCT, optoacoustic imaging,multispectral imaging, …

Medical applications in ophthalmology

  • Healthy/pathological imaging of the different ocular structures
  • OCT & SLO imaging, high-resolution imaging, ultra-sound imaging

Hands-on: experimental demonstrations and practice

  • Working groups in rotation on different instruments: rtx1, OCT, en face OCT, SLO, ultra-sound, …

Retinal imaging with AO

  • End-users feedback and analysis

Confirmed lecturers: Jean-François Legargasson (Hôpital Lariboisière – Institut de la Vision), Maté Streho (Centre d'Exploration de la Vision, Hôpital Lariboisière), Michel Paques, Sarah Mrejen and Kate Grieve (Hôpital des Quinze-Vingts – Institut de la Vision), Xavier Lévecq (Imagine Eyes), Arnaud Dubois and Caroline Kulcsár (Institut d’Optique Graduate School), Serge Meimon and Guy Le Besnerais (Onera), Michael Atlan (Institut Langevin)

Methodology

Lectures

Experimental demonstrations

Interactive hands-on with several ocular imaging instruments

Next session: date to be defined


  • January 25, 2016 to January 27, 2016 SC17 | High resolution imaging for ophtalmology: adaptive optics and beyond Paris
Pedagogical manager(s):
  • Caroline Kulcsár - Professor at Institut d'Optique
  • Michel Paques -
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