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STUDENT CHAPTER REPORT
MAY 2009 - MAY 2010
Person completing form/contact:
Danuta Bukowska
E-mail:
[email protected]
Name of Chapter:
Nicolaus Copernicus University Chapter
SPIE
Number of Members in Chapter:
25
Names and e-mail addresses of Chapter Officers: [email protected]
President:
Vice President:
Secretary:
Treasurer:
Chair of Education Committee:
Danuta Bukowska, [email protected]
Ewa Kwiatkowska, [email protected]
Agnieszka Gorska, [email protected]
Karol Karnowski, [email protected]
Szymon Tamborski, [email protected]
Chapter activities since last report (meetings held, invited lectures, tutoring etc.):
WORKING MEETINGS
May, 14-16 2009
IVth International SPIE Students’ Chapters Meeting in Torun
All members of Nicolaus Copernicus University SPIE chapter participated in IVth International SPIE
Students’ Chapters Meeting in Torun. We were a organizing committee and few of us gave a talk
during the meeting.
We cultivate the tradition which started in Wroclaw University of Technology (Poland) four years
ago. This time the venue has been changed to Torun, the goal of the Meeting has always been –
to exchange scientific experience by young researchers and to help students to make their first
steps towards their future careers. The Meeting was focused on the field of optics and photonics.
Our scientific forum, supported by the respectable invited experts, was a fertile soil for new ideas
and solutions to grow.
During the conference 7 professional scientists Chantal Andraud (SPIE invited lecturer), Maria L.
Calvo (SPIE invited lecturer), Robert Huber, Henryk Kasprzak, Wieslaw Nowak, Maciej Wojtkowski,
Artur Podhorodecki, and 29 students presented their lectures. Besides eight technical sessions,
another one was focused on SPIE Chapters’ Activity. We could also participate in two professional
workshops: How to prepare a great speech? given by Glenn Standish and How to develop optics
industry? given by Anastasios Maurudis.
June, 18 2009
Summarize of academic year 2008/2009 and all chapter activities. It was very busy work. Now is
time for long holiday.
JUPI ! Summer holiday !
October, 14 2009
Welcome meeting
Ewa Kwiatkowska- president of SPIE Chapter summarized the chapter activity over the last year.
All students members of the Chapter elected new Officers.
New board of Nicolaus Copernicus University Chapter SPIE:
President:
Vice-president:
Secretary:
Treasurer:
Chair of Education Committee:
Danuta Bukowska
Ewa Kwiatkowska
Agnieszka Gorska
Karol Karnowski
Szymon Tamborski
New president Danuta Bukowska presented a report from her participation in Annual Meeting
2009 in San Diego. She shown photos and gave a short courses from manuscript and presentation
preparation.
October, 22 2009
The plan of activities for the next year
The president – Danuta Bukowska organized meeting to consider chapter activities for academic
year.
Plan of activities of Nicolaus Copernicus University Chapter of SPIE:
- to continue and expand the educational project ’Back to school’ for regional and provincial
high, secondary and primary schools,
- to continue the educational project ‘Meetings in the optics laboratory’,
- to organize the conference ‘OPTO Meeting for Young Researchers’,
- to participate in LaserFest - yearlong celebration of the 50th anniversary of the laser,
- to participate in daylong projects during the 10th Festival of Art and Science,
- to exchange lectures with other Student Chapters of SPIE (Wroclaw, Gliwice, Warsaw or
Gdansk) to share both scientific and organizational experiences,
- to organize come together meetings for our students,
- to cooperate with Romania SPIE chapter in organization of conference in Romania.
October, 23 2009
The Demonstration Classes in Physics
The Demonstration Classes in Physics are a continuation of our educational project Back to School.
We were invited to be a educators in this project because the person responds for this project read
on website about our action Back to School in 2008/2009. To advertise our project at the University
and regional high schools we prepared a leaflet. Above you can see the best concept.
November 19, 2009
We started to organize International conference ‘OPTO Meeting for Young Researchers’. It is
expanded follow up International SPIE Students’ Chapters Meeting. We appointed an organizing
board:
Local Organizing Board:
SPIE SC Advisor:
Andrzej Kowalczyk
Head of Project:
Danuta Bukowska, chair
Coordinator:
Ewa Kwiatkowska
Karol Karnowski (SPIE Member) volunteered to be webmaster for the site of the conference:
(http://osa.fizyka.umk.pl/OPTO ).
Organizing Committee:
Aleksander Jablonski Foundation
Malgorzata Kowalska (Chapter SPIE, Wroclaw),
Przemyslaw Struk (Chapter SPIE, Gliwice),
Szymon Tamborski (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Karol Karnowski (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Marcin Sylwestrzak (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Igor Buzalewicz (Chapter SPIE, Wroclaw),
Marcin Kacprowicz (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Daniel Ruminski (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Magdalena Iwanicka (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Laura Mihai (Chapter SPIE, Bucharest),
Alicja Anuszkiewicz (Chapter SPIE, Wroclaw).
Organizing Chapters:
SPIE, Nicholaus Copernicus Univ. Chapter, Torun, Poland,
SPIE, Wroclaw University of Technology Chapter, Wroclaw, Poland,
SPIE, Silesian Univ. of Technology Chapter, Gliwice, Poland,
SPIE, Institute for Atomic Physics Chapter, Bucharest, Romania,
SPIE, Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia.
Scientific Committee:
Danuta Bukowska (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Ewa Kwiatkowska (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Malgorzata Kowalska (Chapter SPIE, Wroclaw),
Przemyslaw Struk (Chapter SPIE, Gliwice),
Michalina Gora (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Agnieszka Gorska (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Catalin Constantinescu (Chapter SPIE, Bucharest).
November, 26 2009
Three subject were on agenda:
1. Plans for members participation in SPIE students conferences. We decided to send members
for following SPIE meeting:
- Nikodem Czechowski- IntegratedOPTICS 2010, March 2010, Gliwice, Poland,
- Szymon Tamborski and Daniel Ruminski- International Student Workshop on Laser, May
2010, Bran, Romania,
- All members- OPTO Meeting for Young Researchers, May 2010, Torun, Poland,
- Agnieszka Gorska, Rafal Pukownik, National Instrument Academic& Research Day, May
2010, Warsaw, Poland,
- Kamila Stec, Michal Horka, Olga Zwolinska, Mariusz Dazinski - Symposium on Photonics
and Web Engineering, May 2010, WIlga, Poland
- Karol Karnowski- SPIE Annual Meeting, August 2010, San Diego, United States.
2. Our participation in X Festival of Art and Science in Toruń. Our Chapter decided to apply two
projects:
- The photography meets physics- lecturer about physics of photography will be given by
Szymon Tamborski and Karol Karnowski,
- Hit the target- the workshop given by special quest Dirk Fabian from SPIE, Danuta
Bukowska and Daniel Ruminski
3. Discussion about sponsors which could support our conference. We pointed at persons
responsible for contact with them, for contact with another chapters and invited lecturers,
for speakers’ travels and accommodation, for budget, for an advertisement, for formal
letters, for invitations, for events, for lunches and breaks, for abstracts, for design of the
poster, badges, book of abstracts, etc.
December 4, 11 2009
The visit of high school students under the project ‘Meetings in the optics laboratory’
We were visited by a group of students from the various high schools from our province. During
this event our quests participated in the lecturer prepared by dr Anna Szkulmowska ‘Why you
should study physics in our Institute?’. After that they could visit our laboratories and did some
manual- optics work with our members: Danuta Bukowska, Ewa Kwiatkowska, Szymon Tamborski
and Daniel Ruminski.
December, 21 2009
Christmas meeting.
January, 18-30 2010
We went to Konin to take a part in Demonstration Classes in Physics. More details later.
February, 9 2010
A participant election to the Annual Meeting 2009
There were two candidates:
Agnieszka Gorska
Karol Karnowski
Both are very active members of our Chapter SPIE. They had to prepare the 15 minutes
presentation in English. All attendees voted. Both talks were professionally prepared. It was really
hurt to decide which of them should be the next president. We asked them why they wanted to
be the president and what idea of the chapter they had. Finally the new president of Nicolaus
Copernicus University SPIE Chapter would be Karol Karnowski.
He starts to serve in October 2010 after return from the Annual Meeting in San Diego 2010.
February, 18 2010
Demonstration of Optical harf
Mariusz Dazinski is a student of technical physics at the Nicolaus Copernicus University. He is very
active member of SPIE Chapter Torun. 2007 SPIE has awarded a $1000 scholarship to Mariusz. He
spent money for doing an “optical harp” In the project he used a pointing laser from which the
beam is split onto eight channels by a microscopic glasses. Each channel is equipped with a
phototransistor to detects the laser light. The beam from a single channel
generate the
appropriate tone in a speaker. Whole device is controlled by a microcontroller which is also
responsible for generation the acoustic signals. Here is a final result of his work:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSA85hs-BoE&NR=1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIEc8i1ETXE
March, 23 2010
Preparations to the XTH Festival of Art and Science
During the meeting we assigned people to their tasks. After that members gave reports on
preparations of conference tasks.
April, 2 2010
Preparations to the XTH Festival of Art and Science and to the Conference
Members gave reports on preparations to the Festiwal of Science and Art and their talks at the
OPTO Meeting for Young Researchers
April, 16 – 20 2010
XTH Festival of Art and Science
The Festival of Science and Art was canceled because of the tragedy on April 10, 2010. Polish
president and some of the country’s other leading dignitaries died in a plane crash. Moreover Dirk
Fabian didn’t visit us due to ash drifting south from an erupting volcano in Iceland.
April 20 – to present time 2010
Preparation to OPTO Meeting for Young Researchers.
April 23-24, 2010
Weekend with physics
400 children from Konin visited our Institute during weekend with physics. During this event our
quests participated in the following action:
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The physics for future president – lecturer with demonstration
The spaceship- Earth – lecturer with demonstration
The optical harf- workshop
Hit the target – workshop
The Foucault pendulum – workshop
The Magdeburg hemispheres – workshop
In those actions many people from Institute were involved. From SPIE the following member
helped:
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Danuta Bukowska
Ewa Kwiatkowska
Mariusz Dazinski
Bartek Krajnik
Sylwia Kolenderska
Agnieszka Gorska
Rafal Pukownik
Marcin Sylwestrzak
Joanna Zielinska
Karol Karnowski
Daniel Ruminski
-
Olga Zwolioska
Michal Horka
Nikodem Czechowski
Kamil Kotra
EVENTS AND PROJECTS
IVth International SPIE Students’ Chapters Meeting
14-16 May 2009
We cultivate the tradition which arose in Wrocław, Poland four years ago and has been
successfully carried on since then. After three unforgettable annual meetings in Wrocław we
gather in Toruo.
Although the place changed, the goal of the Conference did not – to exchange scientific
experience by young researches and to help students to make first steps towards their future
careers. According to the SPIE mission, we all meet in the field of optics and photonics. This is
what we are interested in and apply our skills to.
During the conference 7 professional scientists (Wieslaw Nowak, PhD. - Photoactive enzymes and
computers; Maciej Wojtkowski, PhD. - Application of Fourier domain OCT in ophthalmology future developments; Robert Huber, PhD. - Recent advances in rapidly wavelength swept lasers for
optical coherence tomography; Maria L. Calvo, PhD. - New emerging holographic techniques
implementations in photopolymerizable glasses; Chantal Andraud, PhD. - Chromophores for
biophotonic related applications; Henryk Kasprzak, PhD. - Interferometric evaluation of the tear
film stability on the cornea and the contact lens; Artur Podhorodecki, PhD. - Optical Properties of
Nanocrystalline Materials) and 29 students presented their lectures. Except for eight technical
sessions, another one was focused on SPIE Chapters’ Activity. We could participate in two
professional workshops given by Glenn Standish (How to prepare a great speech?) and Anastasios
Maurudis (How to develop optics industry?).
The following SPIE students’ chapters participated in our meeting:
SPIE, Nicholaus Copernicus Univ. Chapter, Torun, Poland,
SPIE, Wroclaw University of Technology Chapter, Wroclaw, Poland,
SPIE, Silesian Univ. of Technology Chapter, Gliwice, Poland,
SPIE, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland,
SPIE, Institute for Atomic Physics Chapter, Bucharest, Romania.
Local Organizing Board:
SPIE SC Advisor:
Head of Project:
Coordinator:
Andrzej Kowalczyk
Ewa Kwiatkowska, chair
Danuta Bukowska
Karol Karnowski (SPIE Member) volunteered to be webmaster for the site of the conference:
(http://www.fizyka.umk.pl/~scspie/SPIEmeeting2009/).
Organizing Committee:
Malgorzata Kowalska (Chapter SPIE, Wroclaw),
Przemyslaw Struk (Chapter SPIE, Gliwice),
Szymon Tamborski (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Karol Karnowski (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Marcin Sylwestrzak (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Laura Mihai (Chapter SPIE, Bucharest).
Organizing Chapters:
SPIE, Nicholaus Copernicus Univ. Chapter, Torun, Poland,
SPIE, Wroclaw University of Technology Chapter, Wroclaw, Poland,
SPIE, Silesian Univ. of Technology Chapter, Gliwice, Poland,
SPIE, Institute for Atomic Physics Chapter, Bucharest, Romania.
Scientific Committee:
Danuta Bukowska (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Ewa Kwiatkowska (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Malgorzata Kowalska (Chapter SPIE, Wroclaw),
Przemyslaw Struk (Chapter SPIE, Gliwice),
Michalina Gora (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Anna Szkulmowska (Chapter SPIE, Torun),
Catalin Constantinescu (Chapter SPIE, Bucharest).
Speeches given during the conference were very professional and presented in a
good English
Our conference was supported by two SPIE invited lectures given by:
Chantal Andraud, PhD (Lyon, France):
professor Maria L. Calvo (Madrid,
Novel chromophores for biphotonic Spain):
related applications
New emerging holographic techniques
implementations in photopolymerizable
glasses
Interactive workshop How to prepare a great speech?
given by Glenn Standish, qualified English language teacher (CertTESOL, DELTA)
Technical conversation
Our members with Robert Huber–
invited lecturer
Stormy discussion between our
professors during the Banquet
Get together party – traditional dance floor
Night survival in the old Torun fortress and Farewell Party
Social Events
We don’t have to comment …
The Demonstration Classes in Physics
The Demonstration Classes in Physics are a continuation of our educational project Back to School.
In this year the Demonstration Classes in Physics were held at Konin, Poland in January 2010, and
were hosted by the Regional Development Agency in Konin, which is a organization responsible for
improving and broadening pupils’ scientific knowledge. Each year we run one free hands-on
workshop for continuous professional development, where members of NCU chapter SPIE visit
school on the periphery of the city and work in groups and individually on a creative project. The
main idea of this meeting was to demonstrate the nature of the scientific enterprise through the
process of prediction, experimentation, observation and explanation. The success key is to give
pupils a chance to do all activities themselves and discuss about problems and exchange ideas on
how to solve them.
Preparing the program we decided to use in the various activities cheap and commonplace materials
allow for the activities to be tried again at home. Results of all activities could also be recorded on
the worksheet. After each experiment a brief discussion arriving at an explanation of what
happened ends the activity.
The program of one Demonstration Classes in Physics consisted of two parts: one hour performance
and two hours hands-on workshop. Details of this event you can see below.
Show 1: Thermal expansion of metals
Show 2: The implosion of tin
Show 3: The suction of the egg to the bottle
migration
Show 4: An alcohol
Show 5: Properties of non-Newtonian fluid
Show 6: An explosion of flour
During the workshop students learn:
Workshop I:
How to find the focal length of a lens
Workshop II:
How to get the best magnification of
objects
Workshop III: How to build a refracting telescope and use it
Workshop IV: Refraction of light
Workshop V: How to create 3D cinema at home using a filter, a pendulum and preparing
film by us (Pulfrich effect)
During two weeks of January our activities involved 19 regional secondary schools, chosen from
Regional Development Agency’s priority schools list, 13 teachers (students and PhD student from
NCU chapter SPIE), 60 optical kids and 3 cars. We met with 1200 students, covered a distance
1500 km, and worked 143 hours very actively. We are full of optimism because we have a big
satisfaction of this event. I believe that project was a big success and we plan to do this again.
HIT THE TARGET
We cooperated with NCU OSA Student Chapter with preparation to Hit the target program. This
new one chapter in our University started in Hit the target grant competition. Their grant proposal
for Hit the target as part of LaserFest’s Laser Days program was approved We prepared leaflet and
poster. Here are results:
CONFERENCES
ARVO 2009, ANNUAL MEETING, 3 -7 MAY, FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
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Danuta Bukowska, coauthor, High Resolution, Three Dimensional Oct Imaging Of Drusen
With Accompanying Fluid Under The Sensory Retina and coauthor, Assessment of
Photoreceptor Dysfunction Using High Speed Optical Coherence Tomography and
Microperimetry,
Michalina Gora, Three Dimensional Anterior Segment Imaging During Accommodation
Using High Speed Optical Coherence Tomography,
Anna Szkulmowska, Multi-range retinal blood flow analysis using Spectral OCT,
Daniel Szlag, coauthor, High Speed In Vivo Anterior Segment Imaging by Spectral Optical
Coherence Tomography.
IV INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CHAPTERS MEETING, 14-16 MAY 2009, TORUN, POLAND
Torun Chapter SPIE is main organizer:
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Mariusz Pawlak, Borromean states of three-body muonic molecular ions with Yukawa
potential,
Agnieszka Gorska, AFM characterization of a new support for membrane studies,
Michalina Gora, Analysis of structure and dynamics of anterior segment using three Fourier
domain OCT systems,
Krzysztof Wlodarczyk, Central nervous system disorders and eye-ball movement,
Agata Cygan, Continuous-Wave Frequency-Stabilized Cavity Ring-Down Spectrometer for
precise lineshapes and line intensities measurements,
Szymon Tamborski, Spectroscopic studies of flowing particles using Spectral OCT,
Marcin Kacprowicz, Interferometric method for a complete characterization of a second
harmonic generated ultrashort pulses,
Danuta Bukowska, Activities of Nicolaus Copenicus University Student Chapter SPIE.
4TH ANNUAL BIOPHYSICS PHD MEETING, 27- 29 MAY 2009, HOLBALEK, DENMARK
1. Agnieszka Gorska, Attempts to comfort biomimetic membranes on a support. Membrane
deposition reported by use of confocal microscopy,
XXIVTH IEEE-SPIE JOINT SYMPOSIUM ON PHOTONICS, WEB ENGINEERING, ELECTRONICS FOR
ASTRONOMY AND HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS EXPERIMENTS, 25 MAY- 31 MAY 2009, WILGA, POLAND
1.Mariusz Dazinski, Optical interface in sound’s driving,
2. Maciej Pankowiec, The Swept Source OCT driver.
SPIE EUROPE OPTICAL METROLOGY 2009, O3A: OPTICS FOR ARTS, ARCHITECTURE, AND
ARCHEOLOGY, 14-18 JUNE, MUNICH, GERMANY
1. Ewa Kwiatkowska (invited), Absolute LIBS stratigraphy with Optical Coherence Tomography,
2. Marcin Sylwestrzak, Application of graphically oriented programming to imaging of
structure deterioration of historic glass by Optical Coherence Tomography.
EUROPEAN CONFERENCES ON BIOMEDICAL OPTICS (ECBO), 14- 18 JUNE 2009, MUNICH,
GERMANY
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Danuta Bukowska, Observation of Doppler random signals in light backscattered from sclera
obtained by joint Spectral and Time domain OCT,
Daniel Szlag, Comparison of sensitivity for high speed Fourier domain OCT systems,
Szymon Tamborski, Spectroscopic studies of flowing particles using Fourier domain OCT.
13TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF QUANTUM CHEMISTRY, 22-27 JUNE 2009, HELSINKI,
FINLAND
1. Mariusz Pawlak, Borromean states of three-body exotic systems embedded in a plasma
41ST EGAS CONFERENCE, 8-11 JULY 2009, GDANSK, POLAND
1. Agata Cygan, Frequency-stabilized cavity ring-down spectrometer for line shapes and line
intensities measurements of oxygen B-band,
OPTICS AND PHOTONICS 2009, SPIE’S 54 ST ANNUAL MEETING
1. Danuta Bukowska, poster
3RD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY OF THIN FILMS, 26-28 AUGUST
2009, ESPO, FINLAND
1. Agnieszka Gorska, Attempts to comfort biomimetic membranes on a support
THE 21ST COLLOQUIUM ON HIGH RESOLUTION MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY, 31.08-4.09 2009,
CASTELLAMARE DI STABIA, ITALY
2.
Agata Cygan, Line intensities and line shapes coefficients measurements of oxygen B-band
using frequency-stabilized cavity ring-down spectroscopy technique,
NANO2009: PERSPECTIVES IN NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY, 28-30 SEPTEMBER 2009,
SAN SEBASTIAN, SPAIN
1. Mariusz Pawlak, Borromean states of three-body exotic systems embedded in a plasma,
CAVITY ENHANCED SPECTROSCOPY - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND NEW CHALLENGES, 2-6
NOVEMBER 2009, LEIDEN, NETHERLANDS
1.
Agata Cygan, Line intensities and line shapes coefficients measurements of oxygen B-band
using frequency-stabilized CRDS technique,
BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY 54TH ANNUAL MEETING, 20- 24 FEBRUARY 2010, SAN FRANCISCO UNATED
STATES
1. Agnieszka Górska, Deposition of Model Biomimetic Membranes on a Soft Support,
CONFERENCE PLANS FOR NEAREST FUTURE
ARVO 2010, ANNUAL MEETING,2 -6 MAY, FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
1. Danuta Bukowska, Influence Of Blood Inhomogeneity On Doppler OCT Signals In Retinal
Capillary System
OPTICS AND PHOTONICS 2010, SPIE’S 55ST ANNUAL MEETING
1. Karol Karnowski, poster
PUBLICATIONS
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Karol Karnowski, Michalina Gora, Bartlomiej Kaluzny, Robert Huber, Maciej Szkulmowski,
Andrzej Kowalczyk and Maciej Wojtkowski, Swept source OCT imaging of human anterior
segment at 200 kHz, Proc. SPIE, Vol. 7163, 716308 (2009); DOI:10.1117/12.808555 ,
Anna Szkulmowska, Maciej Szkulmowski, Daniel Szlag, Danuta Bukowska, Szymon
Tamborski, Andrzej Kowalczyk, and Maciej Wojtkowski, Three-dimensional retinal blood
flow analysis using joint spectral and time domain optical coherence tomography, Proc.
SPIE, Vol. 7163, 71630Q (2009); DOI:10.1117/12.808200,
Ireneusz Grulkowski, Anna Szkulmowska, Maciej Szkulmowski, Michalina Gora, Daniel Szlag,
Andrzej Kowalczyk, and Maciej Wojtkowski, Segmentation of flowing particles using joint
spectral and time domain optical coherence tomography, Proc. SPIE, Vol. 7168,
71680C (2009); DOI:10.1117/12.809511,
Ireneusz Grulkowski, Anna Szkulmowska, Maciej Szkulmowski, Michalina Gora, Daniel Szlag,
Andrzej Kowalczyk, and Maciej Wojtkowski, Segmentation of flowing particles using joint
spectral and time domain optical coherence tomography, Proc. SPIE, Vol. 7168,
71680C (2009); DOI:10.1117/12.809511,
Maciej Szkulmowski, Ireneusz Grulkowski, Daniel Szlag, Anna Szkulmowska, Andrzej
Kowalczyk, and Maciej Wojtkowski, Simultaneous complex ambiguity removal and
quantitative flow velocity estimation with joint spectral and time domain OCT, Proc. SPIE,
Vol. 7168, 71681K (2009); DOI:10.1117/12.808888,
Maciej Wojtkowski, Bartosz L. Sikorski, Iwona Gorczynska, Michalina Gora, Maciej
Szkulmowski, Danuta Bukowska, Jakub Kaluzny, James G. Fujimoto, and Andrzej Kowalczyk,
Comparison of reflectivity maps and outer retinal topography in retinal disease by 3-D
Fourier domain optical coherence tomography, Optics Express, Vol. 17, Issue 5, pp. 41894207 (2009).
Ireneusz Grulkowski, Michalina Gora, Maciej Szkulmowski, Iwona Gorczynska, Daniel Szlag,
Susana Marcos, Andrzej Kowalczyk, and Maciej Wojtkowski, Anterior segment imaging with
Spectral OCT system using a high-speed CMOS camera, Optics Express, Vol. 17, Issue 6, pp.
4842-4858, (2009).
Mariusz Pawlak, Mirosław Bylicki, Jayanta K. Saha and Prasanta K. Mukherjee Borromean
states of three-particle exotic systems with screened Coulomb interactions J. Phys. B: At.
Mol. Opt. Phys. 42 2009 215701.
A. Górska, M. Hermanowska, A. Balter, B. Klösgen Deposition of Model Biomimetic
Membranes on a Soft Support
Biophysical Journal 98 (3) Suppl.1 2010 271a-272a
M. Hermanowska, A. Górska, J. Borch, A.Simonsen, B. Klösgen Design Concepts For a
Biocushion to Comfort Lipid Membranes Biophysical Journal 98 (3) Suppl.1 2010,
D. Bukowska, A. Szkulmowska, I. Grulkowski, S. Tamborski, M. Szkulmowski, R. Leitgeb, A.
Kowalczyk, M.
Wojtkowski, “Observation of blood optical inhomogeneity using joint Spectral and Time
domain OCT”
Proc. SPIE, 7554-37, 2010.
12. I. Grulkowski, M. Szkulmowski, D. Bukowska, S. Tamborski, I. Gorczynska, A. Kowalczyk, M.
Wojtkowski, True velocity
mapping using joint Spectral and Time domaind Optical Coherence Tomography” Proc. SPIE,
75 7550-16, 2010.
13. I. Gorczynska, M. Szkulmowski, I. Grulkowski, A. Szkulmowska, D. Szlag, J. G. Fujimoto, A.
Kowalczyk, M. Wojtkowski
11.
Blood flow measurement and slow flow detection in retinal vessels with joint Spectral and
Time Domain method in ultrahigh speed OCT Proc. SPIE 7550 2010.
14. D. Lisak, P. Masłowski, A. Cygan, K. Bielska, S. Wójtewicz, M. Piwioski, J. T. Hodges, R. S.
Trawioski, and R. Ciuryło
Line shapes and intensities of self-broadened O_2 b^1Sigma_g^+(v=1) <- X^3Sigma_g^-(v=0)
band transitions measured by cavity ring-down spectroscopy Phys Rev. A 81 2010 042504-10.
FUTURE CHAPTER ACTIVITIES
We are planning to:
announce competition for all students for creating device-toy which can help children with
eye and hear diseases in sharpen senses,
continue the educational project ’Back to school’ for regional and provincial high,
secondary and primary schools,
continue the educational project ‘Meetings in the optics laboratory’,
participate in daylong projects during the 11th Festival of Art and Science,
to exchange lectures with other Student Chapters of SPIE (Wroclaw, Gliwice, Warsaw or
Gdansk) to share both scientific and organizational experiences,
come together meetings for our student.
Did you use any of your Chapter funds?
Yes
Project/ Activity description
We spend money on:
Poster designing for conference
Materials for ‘Back to School’ project
Meetings of our chapter member (sweets and drinks)
Administration costs (phones, printing, etc.)
Financial support of OPTO Meeting for Young Researchers
Financial support of Festiwal of Science and Art
Cost of participation of our members in student conferences
Amount:
40 USD
200 USD
100 USD
100 USD
400 USD
200 USD
300 USD

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