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Programme

Friday, 14 October 2016

09:00

Registration

Churchill College

09:30-09:40

Welcome

Clemens Kaminski

09:40-10:05

Optical manipulation in optofluidic waveguides

Tijmen Euser, Department of Physics

10:05-10:30

Spinning-off a company from University lab and selling it - the story behind Cambridge CMOS Sensors 

Florin Udrea, Cambridge CMOS Sensors | Camutronics | Department of Engineering

10:30-10:55

Making waves in biomedical optics

Sarah Bohndiek, Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute | Department of Physics

10:55-11:30

Break

Poster Session

11:30-12:10

Bioimaging embryonic development with light-sheet microscopy

Lars Hufnagel, European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL Heidelberg)

12:10-12:35

Sensor Team Challenge - 3D optical projection tomography system to image biological samples

Sensor CDT students

12:35-14:00

Lunch

Sensor Team Challenge demonstration

14:00-14:25

Environmental sensing on Erebus volcano in Antarctica

Clive Oppenheimer, Department of Geography

14:25-14:50

In-situ metrology for integrated crystal growth of advanced nanomaterials

Stephan Hofmann, Department of Engineering

14:50-15:20

It's all about location: How location-sensor systems are transforming industry today

Paul Webster, Ubisense

15:20-15:55

Break

Poster session

15:55-16:20

Biological sensors and feedback mechanism for controlling neural activity

Timothy O'Leary, Cambridge Neuroscience | Department of Engineering

16:20-16:50

Acoustic Thermometry: How we really know what the temperature is

Michael de Podesta, National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

16:50-17:00

Poster prize and closing remarks

 

 

Please register here.

Registration fee:

Students, researchers and academics rate £10
Industry delegate rate £100

Fee includes lunch and refreshments.


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