Monthly Archives: November 2015
Pablo Pérez’s PhD public defense: “Anterior segment topography and aberrations for clinical applications”
Pablo Pérez will defend his thesis “Anterior segment topography and aberrations for clinical applications” next December 18 (12:00) at Sala de Grados, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Valladolid.
Rehersal: December 17th (11:00), at Conference room, Serrano 121, Centro de Física Miguel A. Catalán
-The PhD defense can be followed by streaming using this link: www.usc.es/xuntanza/PhDPerezMerino, made possible by Comite de Ciencias de la Vision de Sedoptica /Universidad de Santiago de Compostela.
Crystalline lens accommodation in vivo quantified in 3-D by OCT, published in Biomedical Optics Express
We used 3-D quantitative OCT to quantify the anterior segment biometry and crystalline lens surface topographies in humans as a function of accommodation. Relationships between anterior and posterior lens surface aberrations were investigated. For example, the astigmatic axis differed on average ~80 deg between the anterior and posterior lens surfaces and the elative anterior/posterior lens astigmatic angle shifts (10-20 deg) with accommodation. The study has been just published in Biomedical Optics Express.
Full paper: Pablo Pérez-Merino, Miriam Velasco-Ocana, Eduardo Martinez-Enriquez, and Susana Marcos. OCT-based crystalline lens topography in accommodating eyes.
Congratulations to @VioBio_Lab Alumni for receiving the University Extraordinary Award to their PhD Theses: Alberto de Castro (Universidad de Valladolid; “Reconstruction of the gradient refractive index of the crystalline lens with optimization methods”; Supervisor: Susana Marcos): Sabine Kling (Universidad de Valladolid; “Corneal biomechanical propeties: measurement, modification and simulation” ; Supervisor: Susana Marcos) and Pablo de Gracia (Universidad Complutense de Madrid; “Vision under manipulated aberrations: towards improved multifocal corrections” ; Supervisor: Susana Marcos)
Ed Catarata and CSIC publish “Protagonistas de la Ciencia: 20 conversaciones con cientificos” (Monica Lara and Pilar Tigeras, eds.) , where a group of selected CSIC scientists discuss their research, and share their enthusiasm to bring their science to society
The book is already available for purchase at: http://www.catarata.org/libro/mostrar/id/1083
María Viñas’ PhD public defense: “Polychromatic Adaptive Optics to evaluate the impact of manipulated optics on vision”
María Viñas will defend her thesis entitled “Polychromatic Adaptive Optics to evaluate the impact of manipulated optics on vision” next December 15 at Sala de Grados (Capilla)
at the Faculty of Chemistry, Complutense University Madrid (14:00)
Rehersal: December 11th (12:00), at Conference room, Serrano 121, Centro de Física Miguel A. Catalán
-The PhD defense can be followed by streaming using this link: www.usc.es/xuntanza/PhDVinas, made possible by Comite de Ciencias de la Vision de Sedoptica /Universidad de Santiago de Compostela.