BioPhotonics Conference: October 26 - 28

Oct 26, 2021
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The publishers of BioPhotonics invite you to attend a free virtual conference spanning three days. The BioPhotonics Conference will feature insights and innovations in microscopy, spectroscopy, flow cytometry, and medical laser applications, as well as a host of photonic biomedical imaging modalities.

Registration is FREE. Check out the full program and sign up today!

Photonics Media Conferences feature foremost experts from the around the world on photonic technologies and components for professionals in most disciplines.

Full Program

Day 1 — Microscopy
Simplifying Fluorescence Microscopy Using Next-Generation Laser Technology
Konstantin Birngruber and Max Eisele
TOPTICA Photonics

Pushing the Imaging Speed Limit in Multiplexed Microscopy
Kevin Tsia
University of Hong Kong

Femtosecond Lasers for High-Resolution Bone Tissue Surgery
Laura Gemini

High-End Optical Filters: Challenges and Solutions to Optimizing Fluorescence Analysis
Christian Katzer
Materion Balzers Optics

Deep Learning Advances Optical Microscopy
Aydogan Ozcan
University of California, Los Angeles

Keynote: Quantum-Enhanced Superresolution Confocal Microscopy
Dan Oron
Weizmann Institute of Science

Quantitative Analysis of Intact Organs Using Adaptive Light-Sheet Microscopy
Alon Greenbaum
North Carolina State University

In Vivo Label-Free Multimodal Optical Imaging of Mouse Brain
Dan Fu
University of Washington

Soft, Biocompatible Optoelectronic Neural Interfaces
John A. Rogers
Northwestern University

Reshaping Histopathology with Deep Learning
Yair Rivenson
Pictor Labs

Day 2 — Spectroscopy
Fiber Optic Solutions for Medical Devices
Steve Allen

Novel Amplification-Free Methods to Detect Viruses
Laura Fabris
Rutgers University

Neuroscience in the Everyday World
Meryem Ayse Yücel
Boston University

SESORS for Preclinical Imaging of Cancer
Fay Nicolson
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Keynote: Clinical Multicontrast Spectroscopy
Jürgen Popp
Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology

Low-Cost, Compact Protein Biomarker Sensors Based on Lens-Free Microscopy
Euan McLeod
University of Arizona

Expanding Capabilities with Optimized NIR Confocal Imaging
James Lopez
Olympus Corp.

Raman Spectroscopy Rapidly Detects COVID-19
Derek Guenther
Ocean Insight

Point-of-Care Functional Optical Spectroscopy Platform for Precision Quantification of In Vivo Tumor Metabolism and Vasculature in Small Animals
Caigang Zhu
University of Kentucky

Clinical Deployment of a Platform Technology for Spectroscopic Identification of Diseases
Frédéric Leblond
Polytechnique Montréal

Day 3 — Imaging
Multimodal Imaging: Photoacoustic Imaging and More
Chulhong Kim
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)

Full-Field Optical Coherence Tomography
Egidijus Auksorius
Center for Physical Sciences and Technology

LED-Based Photoacoustic Imaging: From Bench to Bedside
Mithun Kuniyil Ajith Singh
Cyberdyne Inc.

Keynote: Advanced Optoacoustic and Fluorescence Techniques for Noninvasive Scalable Imaging of Mammalian Brain
Daniel Razansky
University of Zürich and ETH Zürich

Dual-Axis OCT for Diagnosis
Evan Jelly
Duke University

Advancing Translational OCT to Assess Eardrum Dynamics and Middle Ear Infections
Jenny Won
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Flow Cytometry: Come a Long Way, Much Left to Do
Giacomo Vacca
Kinetic River

Lasers in Dentistry: Past, Present, and Future
William E. Brown

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