Symposium March 3,4

Open Window on the Future of Smart Optics Systems


Welcome!

Smart Optics is the field of optics where active optical components are combined with feedback
and imaging processing methodologies to produce high resolution imaging modalities. In this
symposium a number of world leading experts are sharing their vision on this fast evolving 
scientific domain. These experts provide you with a unique and integrated view on the ongoing
developments. Therefore the event is highly recommended to scientists and engineers working in this field. The symposium is combined with the opening of the Smart Optics Lab of the Delft Center for
Systems and Control. Participation is free for March 4.

Important note about the locations! 

The first two parts of the program will take place at the 3ME building, the inaugural lecture and reception will be at the Aula, which is across the street (The invitation only made mention of the aula). 

Final Program March 4 

Symposium/Lab Opening, Inaugural lecture

Location: 3Me, Lecture Room A

08.30 - 09.00         Reception and registration
09.00 - 09.10         Welcome word:   Prof. dr. ir. Michel Verhaegen
09.10 - 10.00         Introduction to Smart Optics:  Prof. dr. Chris Dainty
10.00 - 10.50         MEMS deformable mirrors for the coming generation of 
                              large telescopes: Prof. dr. Thomas Bifano
11.20 - 12.10        Coherent imaging in strongly scattering media:
                              Dr. Ivo Vellekoop
12.10 - 13.00        Fundamental scaling laws & light-matter enhanced 
                              nanophotonic devices: Dr. Volker Sorger
13.00 - 15.00        Opening Smart Optics Lab:
                             Prof. ir. Karel Luyben, Rector Magnificus TU Delft
                             Lunch, posters and demos

Location: TU Delft Aula - Auditorium

15.00 - 16.00        Inaugural speech Prof. dr. Gleb Vdovine
16.00 - 17.30        Reception






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