SC17High resolution imaging for ophtalmology: adaptive optics and beyondNew training
Ophtalmologists, experimenters, engineers involved in bio-medical imaging, physicists, orthoptists, optometrists
- 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
Image processing and analysis
OCT, en face OCT, SLO, adaptive 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)
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
- Caroline Kulcsár - Professor at Institut d'Optique
- Michel Paques -