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IV INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ON LIGHT SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGIES. CORE: LIGHT IN SOURCES, HEALTH AND MEDICINE

Información General

Código
64AN
Horas
30
Fecha
17 Jun 2019
21 Jun 2019
Precio
135 € Tarifa C
Tipo
Escuela
Temática
Biología y Biomedicina
ECTS
1

Sede donde se gestiona

Santander

Lugar de impartición

Santander - Península de la Magdalena (Riancho)

Dirección

José Miguel López-Higuera
Professor in Electronics and Photonics and Head of the Photonic Engineering Group
University of Cantabria, CIBER-BBN and IDIVAL, Spain


Secretaría

Adolfo Cobo García
Professor in Electronic Technology
Photonics Engineering Group of University of Cantabria
CIBER-BBN and IDIVAL, Spain


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Descripción de la actividad

Light plays a vital role in our daily lives and is being an imperative cross-cutting discipline of science in the 21st century. Today, it is widely accepted that the present century will depend as much on Photonics as the 20th century depended on electronics.

ISLIST has been conceived as a great opportunity to review, update and improve the knowledge of scientists, professionals and technicians; to contribute to the education and to enhance the motivation of PhD students; to offer an ideal frame for networking and also to contribute to the education of the citizens.  It is also a great opportunity to ensure that policymakers, entrepreneurs, and other key “actors” are aware of the problem-solving potential of Photonics.

This international school is envisioned to be a worldwide top International forum (every fourth week of June) on Light Sciences and Technologies in Santander, Spain. In this 2019 edition, the IV School is focused on Light on Sources, Health and Medicine as main core that will be developed by sixteen highly renowned professors and researchers from the most prestigious worldwide institutions as well as presidents of the most reputed international Photonic Scientific Organizations.

The Nobel Laureate Donna Strickland will present a Keynote, participate in a Round Table, will be distinguished with a Doctorate Honoris Cause degree by UIMP and will also receive the Julio Peláez Award.

In addition, the attendees will have the opportunity to network and interchange knowledge and experiences during the Santander’s City Council Reception.

Participantes

DIRECCIÓN

José Miguel López-Higuera
Professor in Electronics and Photonics and Head of the Photonic Engineering Group
University of Cantabria, CIBER-BBN and IDIVAL, Spain

SECRETARÍA

Adolfo Cobo García
Professor in Electronic Technology
Photonics Engineering Group of University of Cantabria
CIBER-BBN and IDIVAL, Spain

PARTICIPANTES

Jan Willem Denneman
GoodLight Group / Honorary Ambassador of the Global Lighting Association

Kishan Dholakia
Director SUPA
School of Physics & Astronomy
University of St. Andrews, Scotland, UK

Michael Hamblin
Principal Investigator at Wellman Center for Photomedicine and Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

Robert Huber
University of Lübeck, Germany

Mark Hutchinson
BioPhotonics
University of Adelaide, Australia

Laura Lechuga
Nanobiosensors and Bioanalitical
Applications Group, ICN2, CSIC, CIBERBBN and BIST, Barcelona, Spain

Susana Marcos
Director of Visual Optics and Biophotonics Lab, Instituto de Óptica, Professor of Research, CSIC, Madrid, Spain

Walter Margulis
Senior Scientist at RISE-ACREO
Guest Prof. at KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Stockholm, Sweden

Aydogan Ozcan
Director Bio&Nano-Photonics Laboratory, Chancellor's Professor, of California, Los Angeles, USA

Pere Pérez Millán
Director, Fyla Lasers, Spain

Luis Roso
Director, Spanish Center for Pulsed Lasers, CLPU, Salamanca, Spain

Donna Strickland
Nobel Laureate in Physics 2018
Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Waterloo, Canada

Katarina Svanberg
Director, Medical Laser Centre
Lund University, Sweden

Sune Svanberg
Director, Lund Laser Center, Atomic Physics
Division, Lund University, Sweden

Roy Taylor
Head, Imperial College of London, UK

Programa

Lunes, 17 Junio 2019

10:15
Opening Remarks

11:00
Toward a Thinking Microscope: Deep Learning-enabled Computational Microscopy and Sensing
Aydogan Ozcan

12:10
Light in the Diagnostics and Therapy of the Vision human system
Susana Marcos

15:30
Light on Health and Medicine
José Miguel López-Higuera

16:40
Light, you need it!!". Semiconductor LED and Intelligent Ligh¿ng sources: Recent advances
and their impact on mood and health
Jan Willem Denneman

Martes, 18 Junio 2019

09:30
From nonlinear Optics to High - Intensity Laser Physics
Donna Strickland

11:00
Fiber based light Sources: from the UV to the mid infrared
Roy Taylor

12:10
Petawatt lasers and their potential applications in Biomedicine
Luis Roso

15:30
Round Table I:
Optical Source challenges
Donna Strickland
Roy Taylor
Luis Roso
Pere Pérez Millán
Moderación: José Miguel López-Higuera

17:20
Julio Peláez Prize ceremony
Donna Strickland

Miércoles, 19 Junio 2019

09:30
Fighting antibiotic resistance and food Safety using light based techniques
Sune Svanberg

11:00
The healing power of photobiomodulation or low level light therapy (LLLT)
Michael Hamblin

12:10
Early tumor detection using Light and its fighting using Photodynamic Therapy (PDT): What
next for extensive use in clinic?
Katarina Svanberg

15:30
Towards quantification of pain using Light based approaches
Mark Hutchinson

16:40
Nano/micro/Biosensors using Light sciences and technologies
Laura Lechuga

Jueves, 20 Junio 2019

09:30
Optical Manipulation on Medicine Tasks
Kishan Dholakia

11:00
Flow Cytometry using Optical fibre technologies
Walter Margulis

12:00
Doctor Honoris Causa Ceremony
Donna Strickland

15:30
Round Table II:
Light in Health & Medicine challenges
Katarina Svanberg
Michael Hamblin
Mark Hutchinson
Robert Huber
Moderación: José Miguel López-Higuera

Viernes, 21 Junio 2019

09:30
Wider, faster, deeper: new perspectives on imaging at depth
Kishan Dholakia

11:00
Imaging the tissue structure: advances on Optical Coherence Tomography
Robert Huber

12:20
Closing Remarks

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Julio Peláez Prize ceremony

Closing Remarks

Opening Remarks

Toward a Thinking Microscope: Deep Learning-enabled Computational Microscopy and Sensing

Light in the Diagnostics and Therapy of the Vision human system

Light on Health and Medicine

Light, you need it!!". Semiconductor LED and Intelligent Ligh¿ng sources: Recent advances
and their impact on mood and health

From nonlinear Optics to High - Intensity Laser Physics

Fiber based light Sources: from the UV to the mid infrared

Petawatt lasers and their potential applications in Biomedicine

Round Table I:
Optical Source challenges

Fighting antibiotic resistance and food Safety using light based techniques

The healing power of photobiomodulation or low level light therapy (LLLT)

Early tumor detection using Light and its fighting using Photodynamic Therapy (PDT): What
next for extensive use in clinic?

Towards quantification of pain using Light based approaches

Nano/micro/Biosensors using Light sciences and technologies

Optical Manipulation on Medicine Tasks

Flow Cytometry using Optical fibre technologies

Round Table II:
Light in Health & Medicine challenges

Wider, faster, deeper: new perspectives on imaging at depth

Imaging the tissue structure: advances on Optical Coherence Tomography

Doctor Honoris Causa Ceremony