15th – 20th June, University of St Andrews
The role of photonic technologies in imaging and sensing is well recognized, but next generation systems are being defined by the unique synergy between computational and photonic techniques that deliver functionalities that are “greater than the sum of their parts”. Already this can be seen in the coupling of lidar with autonomous vehicles, structured light with facial recognition and compressive sensing techniques for multi-dimensional imaging. Such techniques are often motivated by an industrial agenda, reflecting the focused investment that only industry can bring to bear on such problems. SUSSP 76 will bring together leading academic and industrial researchers to deliver agenda-setting lectures and workshops to PhD and EngD doctoral students active in these areas.
– Photonic sensing and Metrology
– Computationally assisted imaging and sensing
– Device technologies for photonic imaging and sensing
Location: University of St Andrews, School of Physics and Astronomy.
Accommodation: David Russell Apartments.
Fee: £795 full registration including accommodation, £470 full registration excluding accommodation.
Accommodation, all meals including formal dinner, access to all talks and social events.
the full programme will be released soon.
|Prof. Daniele Faccio||University of Glasgow|
|Prof. Tomáš Čižmár||Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien|
|Prof. Monika Ritsch-Marte||Innsbruck|
|Dr. Ajanta Barh||ETH Zürich|
|Prof. Richard Leach||University of Nottingham|
|Prof. Chris Xu||Cornell NeuroNex Hub|
|Prof. Karen Faulds||University of Strathclyde|
|Prof. Claire Vallance|
University of Oxford