FRIDAY, March 16, 2018 
8:00 - 10:00 Registration
 
8:30 - 8:45 OPENING CONFERENCE – co-chairs : C. Gergely, J. Popp, H. Rignault 


PHOTONICS FOR IMAGING (1) – Raman, OCT, Multiphoton, Fluorescence, Phase 
Invited speakers (25+5 min slots) 

 8:45 - 9:15 
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Popp– Leibniz IPHT Jena, Germany 
Trends and challenges of clinical Raman spectroscopy 

 9:15 – 9:45 
Dr. Marcus Cicerone –NIST Gaithersburg USA 
Efficient Generation and Sensitive Detection of Coherent Raman Signals 

 9:45 - 10:15 
Prof. Francesco S. Pavone – LENS Sesto Fiorentino Italy 
Toward 3D digital histology 

 10:15 - 10:45 
Prof. Claude Boccara – Inst. Langevin – ESPCI Paris France 
Morphological and metabolic microscopy by optical tomography

 10:45 – 11:15 COFFEE BREAK 

11:15 - 11 :45 
Dr. Hervé Rignault – Inst Fresnel Marseille, France 
Nonlinear label free microscopy and endoscopy 

 11:45 - 12 :15 
Prof. Paul French – Imperial College of London, UK 
Multidimensional fluorescence imaging applied to microscopy and preclinical and clinical imaging 

12 :15 – 12 :45 
Dr. Balázs Rózsa, Two-Photon Imaging Center/Institute of Experimental Medicine of HAS, Budapest, Hungary 
Fast 3D imaging of the information coding of spine, dendritic, and neuronal assemblies in large volumes of the visual cortex of behaving animals
12:45 - 14:15 LUNCH BREAK
PHOTONICS FOR IMAGING (2) 
Raman, Multiphoton, Brillouin 

Invited speakers (25+5 min slots) 

 14:15 - 14:45 
Dr. Charles Camp – NIST Gaithersburg 
USA 
Quantitative Coherent Raman Imaging  with BCARS Microscopy: Physics- Informed Processing and Analysis 

 14:45 - 15:15 
Dr. Nicolas Tricaud – INM INSERM Montpellier, France 
In vivo multiphoton and CARS imaging of mitochondria and myelin 


 15 :15 – 16 :00 
3 Oral presentations (10+5 min slots)
PHOTONICS FOR IMAGING (3) 
OCT, Fluorescence, Phase, Thermal 

Invited speakers (25+5 min slots) 

 14:15 - 14 :45 
Prof. Sylvain Gigan- Lab. Kastler 
Brossel, UPMC, Paris France 
Extreme adaptive optics: imaging in scattering media 


 14:45 - 15:15 
Dr. Serge Monneret – Inst. Fresnel , Marseille, France 
Using quantitative phase microscopy, from contrast enhancement to labelfree histology. 

15 :15 – 16 :00 
3 Oral presentations (10+5 min slots)
15:15 - 16:30    Workshop 
16:00- 16:30 COFFEE BREAK
PHOTONICS FOR IMAGING (2) 
Raman, Multiphoton, Brillouin 

Invited speakers (25+5 min slots) 

16 :00 – 16:30 
Prof. Kishan Dholakia – University of St. Andrews, UK 
New directions for wide field imaging through scattering media 

16 :30- 17 :00 
Dr. Giuseppe Antonacci- CLNS, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia Rome, Italy 
Noncontact Brillouin microscopy for  three-dimensional submicron tissue and  cell biomechanics 

17 :00 – 18 :30 
5 Oral presentations (10+5 min slots)

PHOTONICS FOR IMAGING (3) 
Raman, Multiphoton, Brillouin 

Invited speakers (25+5 min slots) 

16 :00 – 16:30 
Dr. Cathie Ventalon IBENS ENS, Paris, France 
Fluorescence imaging in freely-behaving rodents


16 :30- 17 :00 
Dr. Guillaume Baffou – Inst. Fresnel Marseille, France 
Temperature microscopy of single  living cells. 


17 :00 – 18 :30
5 Oral presentations (10+5 min slots)

SATURDAY, March 17, 2018 
Photonics for diagnostics and therapy 
(1)  in collaboration with Leibniz HealthTech Jena Germany

Invited speakers (25+5 min slots) 

8 :30- 9 :00
Prof. Isabelle Ledoux-Rak LPQM - 
Institut d'Alembert - ENS Cachan France 
Microresonators based optical sensors 

 9 :00- 9 :30  
Prof Roel Baets- Ghent University, Belgium  
An exploration of on-chip waveguide-based modalities for ultra-compact and low cost Raman spectroscopy. 

 9 :30-10 :00 
Prof. Dr. Turgut Durduran- ICFO 
Barcelona, Spain 
From laboratory notebook to the clinic: the development of diffuse 
correlation spectroscopy through  applications 


 10 :00 – 10 :30
2 Oral presentations (10+5 min slots)

Materials, markers and molecular 
probes for photonics 

Invited speakers (25+5 min slots) 

8 :30-9 :00 
 Prof. Quan Li - The Chinese University of Hong Kong 
Developing diamond quantum sensor for biological applications 

9 :00- 9 :30 
Prof. Michael Sailor – University of 
California San Diego, USA 
Self-reporting Drug Delivery with Silicon Nanoparticle

9 :30-10 :00 
Dr. Jean Olivier Durand – ICGM- CNRS 
Montpellier, France 
Mesoporous nanoparticles for twophoton theranostics



 10 :00 – 10 :30
2 Oral presentations (10+5 min slots)

10:30- 11:00 COFFEE BREAK
Photonics for diagnostics and therapy (2) in collaboration with Leibniz HealthTech Jena Germany

Invited speakers (25+5 min slots) 

11 :00 - 11 :30 
Dr. Jean-Baptiste Sibarita – IINS Univ de  Bordeaux, France 
Pushing the limits of quantitative singlemolecule localization microscopy to decipher protein organization and dynamics at the nanoscale 

11:30 - 12 :00 
Dr. Edouard Bertrand - Regional Montpellier RIO Imaging Platform 
France 
The power of smFISH for detecting and analyzing pathological cells in their native context 

12 :00 – 13 :00
2 Oral presentations (10+5 min slots)

Lasers in biology and for health

Invited speakers (25+5 min slots) 

11 :00- 11 :30 
Prof. Dr. Ronald Sroka – University 
Hospital Munchen, Germany 
Research and developments of laser assisted methods for translation into clinical application 

11 :30- 12 :00 
Dr. Francesco Pedaci- CBS INSERM Montpellier, France  
Optical and magnetic angular manipulation to probe biological systems at the nm-scale 

12 :30 – 13 :00
Dr. Gerard Rey – Montpellier 
Lasers in dentistry


2 Oral presentations (10+5 min slots)

13:00- 14:30 LUNCH BREAK
14 :30 – 15 :30 
Round table : Education in biomedical photonics 
Prof. Ledoux-Rak Isabelle LPQM - Institut d'Alembert - ENS Cachan France 
Erasmus Mundus master in molecular nano- and biophotonics -MONABIPHOT  

 Prof. Dr. Jürgen Popp– Leibniz IPHT Jena, Germany : 
Master of Science in Medical Photonics at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena  

15 :30 – 16 :00
Industrial session : short slots on photonic technologies  (10 min slots) 
 

15:30 - 16:30    Workshop 
16:00- 16:30 COFFEE BREAK
16 :30- 18 :00 
Industrial presentations (10 min slots) 

18 :00 Conference Leave