Programme

Monday 9 July

 

09:00

Registration and refreshments
Foyer

 

1a: Photo Acoustics
Room A09

11:00

(Invited) Photoacoustic detection using optically resonant cavities for biomedical imaging and sensing
P Beard, University College London, UK

11:40

Multimodal photoacoustic and fluorescence microscopy employing a diode laser
G Langer, Research Center for Non-Destructive Testing GmbH, Austria

12:00

Photoacoustic temperature imaging based on multi-wavelength excitation
L Meng, KU Leuven, Belgium

12:30

Lunch
Foyer

 

2a: Biomedical
Room A09

 

2b: NDE
Room B01

13:30

(Invited) Brillouin microscopy: a new tool to study mechanobiology of cancer
T Dehoux, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France

 

Welding in-process monitoring using Rayleigh wave propagating along groove
T Hoshi, Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation, Japan

13:50

 

In-line inspection of friction stir welds using laser ultrasonic testing
M Klein, Optech Ventures, USA

14:10

Cytomechanics of Acanthamoeba castellanii by phonon microscopy
F Perez-Cota, University of Nottingham, UK

 

In-situ measurement of weld pool depth during TIG welding using laser ultrasonic
S Asai, Osaka University, Japan

14:30

In vivo medical and on-wing aerospace diagnostics: laser ultrasonic fibre-transducers
S La Cavera III, University of Nottingham, UK

 

 

15:00

Refreshment break
Foyer

 

3a: Ultrafast & Nano
Room A09

 

3b: Biomedical
Room B01

16:00

Nanoscale profiling of sound velocity and refractive index in liquids and solids with picosecond ultrasonics using automated angle scanning
M Tomoda, Hokkaido University, Japan

 

High-resolution three-dimensional all-optical ultrasound imaging system based on a Fabry-Perot scanner
K Pham, University College London, UK

16:20

Time-resolved pump-probe and numerical modelling of picosecond ultrasonicin free-standing metallic membranes
H Zhang, Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography, The Netherlands

 

Anisotropic sub-ghz phonon propagation in fibrous plant cell walls
T Dehoux, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France

16:40

Impact of picosecond strain pulses on the ultrafast phase transition in vanadium dioxide nanohillocks
I A Mogunov, Ioffe Institute, Russia

 

The challenges of imaging living cells with laser ultrasound
R J Smith, University of Nottingham, UK

17:00

Nanoparticle acoustic transducers: super-resolution imaging / localisation technique
R Fuentes-Dominguez, University of Nottingham, UK

 

 

18:00

Welcome Reception
The Hemsley

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Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline [EXTENDED]: 
    30 April 2018
  • Early registration deadline [EXTENDED]:
    4 June 2018
  • Exhibitor deadline:
    4 June 2018
  • Registration deadline [EXTENDED]:
    29 June 2018

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