1. Kate Sugden

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    2. Developments in contact lens measurement: A comparative study of industry standard geometric inspection and optical coherence tomography

      Developments in contact lens measurement: A comparative study of industry standard geometric inspection and optical coherence tomography
      Purpose The aim of this study was to compare a developmental optical coherence tomography (OCT) based contact lens inspection instrument to a widely used geometric inspection instrument (Optimec JCF), to establish the capability of a market focused OCT system. Methods Measurements of 27 soft spherical contact lenses were made using the Optimec JCF and a new OCT based instrument, the Optimec is830. Twelve of the lenses analysed were specially commissioned ...
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    3. Fabrication of high quality optical coherence tomography (OCT) calibration artefacts using femtosecond inscription

      Fabrication of high quality optical coherence tomography (OCT) calibration artefacts using femtosecond inscription
      Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive three-dimensional imaging system that is capable of producing high resolution in-vivo images. OCT is approved for use in clinical trials in Japan, USA and Europe. For OCT to be used effectively in a clinical diagnosis, a method of standardisation is required to assess the performance across different systems. This standardisation can be implemented using highly accurate and reproducible artefacts for calibration at both ...
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    4. Feature Of The Week 1/8/12: Ultrafast Processing and Rendering of OCT Data using a GPU

      Feature Of The Week 1/8/12: Ultrafast Processing and Rendering of OCT Data using a GPU
      Processing of the large volumetric data is the bottleneck of the current FD-OCT systems. Solving this issue enables real time visualisation. Various groups have applied utilising the full power of GPU for OCT data processing allows to realise the full potential of OCT. GPU based data processing to OCT. Here we present a GPU-CPU based processing methodology as well evaluates the performance of various GPUs.In standard processing, interference data ...
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  2. About Kate Sugden

    Kate Sugden

    Kate Sugden joined Aston University in 2004 having spent seven years in industry and became a Senior Lecturer in 2008. After a PhD (on the fabrication and application of fibre Bragg gratings) and a two year stint as a research fellow she worked for ADC in Australia for a year transferring fibre Bragg grating technology into a production environment. On return to the UK she worked as a director for two fibre optic companies, first for Oxford Fiber Optic Tools, and then Indigo Photonics, in 2001 which was sold to Insensys in 2003. Her main research interests are in fibre optic sensing, fibre Bragg gratings and fs materials processing