OCT is an increasingly important biomedical imaging modality, creating high resolution imaging of scattering tissues. The use of PICs can reduce the size as well as the costs of the OCT system. Thereto, various components have to be integrated and newly designed. The use of PICs can also facilitate other measuring methods and optical schemes, which consequently can improve the functionality of PIC-based OCT systems compared to those based on bulk optical components. Lowering the costs of OCT device costs opens up new application areas of OCT, for example in forensic sciences, biometrics, and industrial applications.
Save the date: Photonic Integration Symposium – 25/04/2016
On April 25, 2016, the Photonic Integration Symposium will take place at Blauwe Zaal, TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
The symposium will cover recent developments in photonics integration: Continue reading “Save the date: Photonic Integration Symposium – 25/04/2016”