Author: SHANG Lindong |
The sixth session of Changguang Forum 2022 was successfully held on July 25. The guest speaker was Prof. Martin Booth of Oxford University.
In his lecture, which was titled "Adaptive optics for microscopy and photonic engineering", Pro. Booth discussed the development of adaptive optics, deformable mirrors, and spatial light modulators in modern optics. Adaptive optics technology will lead the way to smaller and faster lenses.
Professor Martin briefed his audience on the latest results and work of his team in adaptive optics, including work on 3D imaging and laser 3D writing techniques.
Prof. Booth is a CAS President's International Fellowship Initiative (PIFI) funded scholar working with Prof. Bei Li of Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics (CIOMP), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
At the forum, both Prof. Li and Prof. Booth expressed the willingness to carry out more in-depth cooperation in talent exchange and academic exchange in the future.
Prof. Booth’s work focuses on applied research in active and adaptive optics. His research encompasses adaptive optics for microscopy, wavefront sensing and control; high-resolution and super-resolution microscopy for biomedical imaging and materials characterization, including STORM, STED and SIM; and optical microfabrication and fabrication for photonic device development.