The next school will take place 12th - 16th June 2023 via Zoom


Adaptive optics (AO) is developed and used in a range of application areas, from observing microscopic cells to distant galaxies. While the implementation and challenges are different between field, the basic principles of AO are common. This summer school aims to bring together students and researchers from across the range of AO domains to learn together and develop connections with one another.

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- The next school will take place from 12th - 16th June 2023. Please see the registration page for more information.

Plenary talk: Dr Kate Grieve

Kate Grieve

Kate Grieve (see biometrics here) is research director and team leader at the Vision Institute (Paris) and scientific director of the "Paris Eye Imaging" ocular imaging unit at the Quinze Vingts National Ophthalmology Hospital (Paris). She is also president and founder of startup SharpEye, is an expert in optical imaging. Her research aims to develop non-invasive optical measurements of retinal cell structure and function in the living human eye, as well as in cell cultures in the lab. This development contributes to significantly improving the diagnosis and monitoring of ophthalmological pathologies, as well as to evaluating the results of innovative therapies. She was recently awarded a prestigious 5 year ERC Consolidator Grant, the “ilab” innovation award, the “Jean Jerphagnon” prize for innovation in optics and the “Innovators Prize” of the Ile-de-France region.



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