1. Adrian G. Podoleanu

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    2. A swept source OCT at 1300 nm with angular compounding for art and archaeological conservation

      We have assembled a swept source optical coherence tomography (OCT) system for use in Art & Archaeological Conservation. The system is illuminated by an in-house swept source with a central wavelength of 1300 nm. This system includes dedicated optics to allow for angular averaging for speckle noise ... [Proc. SPIE 7139, 713917 (2008)] published Tue Dec 30, 2008.
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    3. Combinations of techniques in imaging the retina with high resolution

      Developments in optical coherence tomography (OCT) have expanded its clinical applications for high-resolution imaging of the retina, as a standalone diagnostic and in combination with other optical imaging modalities. This review presents currently explored combinations of OCT technology with a variety of complementary imaging modalities along with augmentational technologies such as adaptive optics (AO) and tracking. Some emphasis is on the combination of OCT technology with scanning laser ophthalmoscopy (SLO ...
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    4. 1st Workshop on OCT & Adaptive Optics

      1st Workshop on OCT & Adaptive Optics
      The last five years have shown unprecedented developments in the field of tisssue imaging using low power infra-red and visible waves. This workshop will put emphasis on two aspects of non-invasive optical imaging, optical coherence tomography (OCT) and adaptive optics (AO). The workshop will consist of papers presented in mini-symposia and tutorials.
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    5. Fibres reinforced dentures investigated with en-face optical coherence tomography

      Meda L. Negrutiu, Cosmin Sinescu, Michael Hughes et al. The complete dentures are currently made using different technologies. In order to avoid deficiencies of the prostheses made using the classical technique, several alternative procedures have been devised. In order to enhance the mechanical strength, complete denture bases are reinforced with fibres ... [Proc. SPIE Int. Soc. Opt. Eng. 6991, 69911U (2008)] published Fri May 2, 2008.
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  2. About Adrian G. Podoleanu

    Adrian G. Podoleanu

    Adrian G. Podoleanu is the head of Applied Optics Group and Professor of Biomedical Optics at the University of Kent at Canterbury. Adrian Podoleanu has joined the Applied Optics Group in January 1993 as a Tempus Fellow and then worked as a Research Associate since Sept. 1993. Up to 1992, he was associate professor in the Technical University Bucharest, Romania, where he taught Physics, Optics and optoelectronics and developed research on Lasers and fast optoelectronics. He was involved in Kent in research and development of a subnanosecond dwell time multichannel digital correlator (the fastest multichannel configuration), in distance measurements using white light interferometry, Faraday sensing and secure optical communications. Since 1995 he is been working in the optical coherence tomography (OCT) field for imaging eye and skin and flow characterisation. He contributed towards development of the en-face OCT imaging as a new technology to complement the more conventional longitudinal OCT imaging. For the first time, he generated dual OCT and confocal images of the retina. He is co-author of more than 150 journal papers and conference proceedings and of 13 patents on the above mentioned subjects. In 1984, he was awarded The Romanian Academy "Constantin Miculescu" prize for research in Lasers and Nonlinear Optics.