In 2017, the international organization for standardization (ISO) published a new version of it's drawing notation standard for imperfections, ISO 10110-7, adding the American MIL scratch and dig method. Dave Aikens will discuss how the new standard is changing the optics world.
Wednesday 15 December
9:00-10:00 AM PT
This webinar series highlights work at the frontier of biomedical optics, optoelectronics, and lasers. These sessions feature highly rated presenters, expert discussion, and provide context for the wealth of research and industry-oriented content available to you during Photonics West in San Francisco.
Sylvain Gioux (Intuitive Surgical) moderates this webinar covering the latest research addressing iatrogenic nerve injury. Summer Gibbs (Oregon Health & Science Univ.) presented “Can Near Infrared Nerve-Specific Fluorophores Improve Surgical Outcomes?” while Graham Throckmorton (Vanderbilt Univ.) presented "Multimodal intrinsic contrast imaging for intraoperative nerve visualization“ during the webinar.
Tianhong Dai (Massachusetts General Hospital) moderated this webinar the latest research addressing challenges related to detecting the COVID-19 virus and symptoms. Laura Fabris (Rutgers Univ.) presented “Detecting Viruses with Spectroscopy: Lessons Learned and Future Opportunities” while John Rogers (Northwestern Univ.) presented "Skin-Integrated Wearable Technologies for Tracking Symptoms of COVID-19“.