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Conference Programme

All sessions take place in Institute of Physics, Grudziądzka 5 in room 20.

Tutorials are held in room 30 in Institute of Physics.
Present programme, all abstracts and additional information on the Meeting to be found on the web: http://osa.fizyka.umk.pl/OPTO/index.php


12 May 2010, Wednesday
1500 –1600 Registration (Institute of Physics, Grudziądzka 5, room 20)

1600 – 1620 Official opening of OPTO Meeting for Young Researchers & Vth International SPIE Students’ Chapters Meeting (Institute of Physics, Grudziądzka 5, room 20)

1620 – 1630 National Laboratory for Quantum Technologies - sponsor talk

Karol Karnowski (Institute of Physics, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland)


Session I: Interferometric techniques

Chairman: Danuta Bukowska

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630 – 1700 OSA Invited lecture: Surface metrology with white light interference microscope

Joanna Schmit (University of Arizona, Veeco Instruments Inc. Tucson, USA)

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700 – 1715 Aerosol Imaging using Holographic Methods

Elena-Ruxandra Cojocaru (Bucharest, Romania)

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715 – 1730 Multi-Megahertz OCT: High quality 3d imaging at 20 million A-scans and 4.5 GVoxels per second

Wolfgan Wieser (Münich, Germany)

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730 – 1745 Integrated method for 3D shape and multispectral color measurement for cultural heritage objects digitization

Grzegorz Mączkowski (Warsaw, Poland)

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745 – 1800 Albert Abraham Michelson - father of interferometry

Sylwia Kolenderska (Toruń, Poland)

1800 – 1830 The master of light – movie tribute for A. A. Michelson

2000 – … Get together party – traditional dance floor (Pod Modrym Fartuchem, Rynek Nowomiejski 8)

13 May 2010, Thursday
800 – 900 Registration (Institute of Physics, Grudziądzka 5, room 20)
Session II: Optical metrology

Chairman: Weronika Zaperty

900 – 930 Invited lecture: Imaging of anterior segment of the eye using optical coherence tomography

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reneusz Grulkowski (Institute of Physics, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland)


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930 – 945 Integration of shape and reflection measuring methods for cultural heritage objects

Jakub Krzesłowski (Warsaw, Poland)

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45 – 1000 Active laser frequency stabilization and linewidth narrowing by Pound-Drever-Hall method in CRDS application

Agata Cygan (Toruń, Poland)

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000 – 1015 Electrically controlled diffuser on the base of multi-domain nematic layers for the laser beams

Maria Sherman (Saratov, Russia)

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015 – 1030 Delta-sigma modulated optical transmitter

Alexandru Octavian Stanculescu (Bucharest, Romania)

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030 – 1045 Positioning of a focal point in relation to the Sun's position in the pseudo-concave mirror system

Rafał Pukownik (Toruń, Poland)

1045 – 1130 Coffee break
Session III: Liquid crystals and nanoparticles

Chairman: Alicja Anuszkiewicz

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130 – 1200 SPIE Invited lecture: Liquid crystal panels in diffractive optics

Juan Campos (Department of Physics, University Autònoma, Barcelona, Spain)

1200 – 1215 Composite photonic band-gap structures based on porous silicon

Fedor Sychev (Moscow, Russia)

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215 – 1230 Nonlinear magnetooptical switching in 1D all-garnet microcavities

Ilya Razdolsky (Moscow, Russia)

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230– 1245 The physics of carbon nanotube interfaces

Marta Pelc (Toruń, Poland)

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245 – 1300 The calculations of electromagnetic fields around nanoparticles embedded in biological media

Vera Prytkowa (Saratov, Russia)


1300 – 1530 Lunch


Session IV: Optics in medicine

Chairman: Monika Danielewska

1530 – 1600 Invited lecture: Methods for noninvasive measurement of tear film surface kinetics

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orota H. Szczęsna, PhD (Institute of Physics, Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland)

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600 – 1630 Invited lecture: Dynamic aberrometry

Robert Iskander, PhD (RDiVisTech, Brisbane, Australia)

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630 – 1645 FDML Laser at 1060nm and 680kHz A-Scan Rate for Retinal Imaging

Thomas Klein (Münich, Germany)

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645 – 1700 Analysis of bacteria colonies diffraction patterns

Igor Buzalewicz (Wroclaw, Poland)

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700 – 1715 Optically active proteins

Karolina Mikulska (Toruń, Poland)

1730 – 1900 Session V: Poster session (Institute of Physics, Grudziądzka 5, hall )

Chairman: Karol Karnowski



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    ow-coherence interference microscopy of red blood cells


Elena Bogolyubova (Saratov, Russia)

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    tomic systems (interacting with strong laser light) in one, two and three dimensions


Tomasz Dziubak (Toruń, Poland)

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    pplications of speckle interferometry in measuring mechanical properties


Kamil Korzekwa, Dominik Kowal (Wroclaw, Poland)

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    ating of deviation angle in NO2 molecule including influence of anharmonicity of normal vibration


Olesia Snezhkova (Kyiv, Ukraine)

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    esign and numerical analyses of the integrated optics devices


Przemyslaw Struk (Gliwice, Poland)

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    pplication of multimode interference structures


Artur Szewczuk (Gliwice, Poland)

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    he propagation of electromagnetic wave in the metamaterial slab with the FDTD method


Karol Tarnowski (Wroclaw, Poland)
1930 – … Workshop I: Hit the target - get together event

14 May 2010, Friday
Session VI: Quantum nature of light

Chairman: Igor Buzalewicz


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900 – 930 Invited lecture: Quantum-enhanced interferometry

Konrad Banaszek (Institute of Physics, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland)


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930 – 945 QDPSK based cryptography using a compact FPGA circuit

Mateusz Bawaj (Toruń, Poland)


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945 – 1000 Nonlinear effects in a simultaneous propagation of two pulses in a periodically dressed atomic medium in the tripod configuration

Karolina Słowik (Toruń, Poland)

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000 – 1015 Superluminal pulse propagation in multi-level optically dressed atomic system

Paulina Grochowska (Toruń, Poland)

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015 – 1030 Theoretical analysis and numerical modeling of instability and chaos in lasers

Teofil Minea (Bucharest, Romania)


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030 – 1045 Correlated functions in atomic and molecular calculations

Lukasz Syrocki (Toruń, Poland)


1045 – 1115 Coffee break



Session VII: Optical fibers

Chairman: Przemysław Struk

1115 – 1145 Invited lecture: Birefringent photonic crystal fibers for sensing applications

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acław Urbańczyk (Institute of Physics, Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland)

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145 – 1200 Diffraction patterns of optical fibers: near-field to far-field transition

Michał Grabka (Krakow, Poland)

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200 – 1215 Analysis of bending losses in photonic crystal polarizing fiber with boron doped inclusion

Maciej Napiórkowski (Wroclaw, Poland)

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215 – 1230 Ultrafast rare-earth-doped fiber laser: do it yourself

Marcin Kacprowicz (Toruń, Poland)

1230 – 1300 Coffee break

Session VIII: Optical techniques in micro world

Chairman: Marija Sherman

1300 – 1330 Invited lecture: Optical measurements: from micro measurements to multimedia

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ałgorzata Kujawińska (Institute of Micromechanics and Photonics, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland)

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330 – 1345 New scanning system for high resolution microscopy

Monika Leniec (Wroclaw, Poland)

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345 – 1400 Application of solid immersion lens in confocal microscopy

Bartosz Krajnik (Toruń, Poland)

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400 – 1415 Basics of microluminescence measurements

Nikodem Czechowski (Toruń, Poland)

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415 – 1430 Lipid vesicles and supported membranes - fluorescence microscopy of lipid structures

Agnieszka Górska (Toruń, Poland)

1430 – 1630 Lunch

1630 – 1830 Workshop II: Lab tour - Laboratory of Medical Physics and National Laboratory FAMO

(Institute of Physics, Grudziądzka 5)
2000 – … Official Banquet (Royal India restaurant, Prosta 19)

15 May 2010, Saturday

900 – 1100 Workshop III: Making the most of presentation

Jean Luc Doumont (a world-acclaimed expert in oral presentations, SPIE invited lecturer)

1100 – 1130 Coffee break (ballot for the best presentation)



Session IX: Student Chapters’ activities
Chairman: Szymon Tamborski

1130 – 1140 Activities of the Institute for Atomic Physics SPIE Student Chapter

1140 – 1150 Activities of the Gdansk University of Technology Chapter

1150 – 1200 Activities of the Saratov State University SPIE Student Chapter

1200 – 1210 Activities of the Silesian University of Technology SPIE Student Chapter

1210 – 1220 Activities of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv SPIE Student Chapter

1220 – 1230 Activities of the Nicolaus Copenicus University SPIE Student Chapter

1230 – 1240 Activities of the Warsaw University of Technology SPIE Student Chapter

1240 – 1250 Activities of the Wroclaw University of Technology SPIE Student Chapter

1250 – 1400 Lunch and closing remarks ( “Sphinx” restaurant, Żeglarska 31) (presentation of the best oral and the best poster awards)



1430 – 1630 Visit in “The Kopernik’s house and museum” (Kopernika 15/17) – includes tasting of famous ginger bread of Toruń self-prepared according to old recipes


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