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In parallel with the scientific conference, ’Advances in photonic tools & techniques for the life sciences’ there is a series of ‘Photonics tutorials’.

These will follow the format so well established at the national Photonex event, which takes place every October at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena.

Tutorials will feature on theory, advances, techniques, technology comparisons and features to look out for when choosing your equipment for a project.

Companies giving tutorials include; Hamamatsu, Newport Spectra-Physics, PCO, Photonics Solutions, Toptica Photonics.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Ideal for professional development and further education these tutorials will suit someone who is new to photonics as much as someone with knowledge of a particular technique who is wishing to improve their knowledge.

PROGRAMME

10.55

Introduction: and welcome by the organisers


11.00


Introduction to optics for optical devices and systems
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Dr Sally Day, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, UCL


11.30


High speed optical and electronic Printed Circuit Boards to overcome the bandwidth bottleneck
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Dr David Selviah, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, UCL


12.00


Introduction and role of active guarding enclosures for laser systems -
Steve Geldard, Project Manager, Lasermet Ltd


12.30


Advanced biophotonics techniques using Supercontinuum Sources -
Dr Elaine Blackwood, Photonic Solutions


13.00

Ultrafast Lasers for Multiphoton Microscopy -
Ashley Crane, Newport Spectra-Physics


13.30


Selection criteria for lasers for biophotonic applications -
Matthias Peters, Toptica Photonics AG


14.00


GenII Scientific CMOS Cameras in Low Light Imaging
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Miss Ellen Barker, Systems Division, Hamamatsu Photonics


14.30

Problems solved by hybrid light engine technology -
Raj Patey, Life Sciences Manager, Laser 2000


15.00


FLI-Cam – frequency-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging system based on a new directly modulatable CMOS image sensor -
Dr Gerhard Holst, PCO


15.30


Future prospects for photonic technologies -
Dr Cyril Renaud, UCL


16.00

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