The 2nd Canterbury Conference on Optical Coherence Tomography (2CCOCT) – sponsored by IGT Network+ – will be hosted by the University of Kent, and take place from 6-8 September 2017.
This three day conference, chaired by IGT Network+ partner member Adrian Podoleanu, will be dedicated to recent advances in measurement and imaging conditioned by progress in enlarging the spectrum of the optical source.
The larger the bandwidth of the broadband optical source used in spectrometer based OCT, and of the tuning bandwidth of swept lasers used in swept source OCT, the better the axial resolution. However, an increase in the source bandwidth brings with it other problems that the research community have tried to address in the last decade. The conference is dedicated to discussing these problems with reference to a wide range of OCT applications.
For more information about the conference and to see the full programme, visit the 2CCOCT website.
The conference will coincide with the 3rd network event of the Marie Curie European Industrial Doctorate School involving the University of Kent and NKTPhotonics. Early stage researchers are particularly encouraged to attend.
Adrian Podoleanu, University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom
Ole Bang, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark