The 32nd International Conference on High-Speed Imaging and Photonics (ICHSIP-32) will be held at the University of Twente in the Netherlands on October 8-12. The Physics of Fluids group of the University of Twente and the BUBBL group of the University of Oxford will co-organize this meeting, summarizing the state-of-the-art in high-speed imaging technology. In addition to new scientific discoveries and technical innovations presented in contributed talks, and a premier industry exhibition, cutting-edge ultra-fast imaging technologies are reviewed by leading scientists in a range of application fields from ultra-fast x-ray imaging, super-resolution microscopy, ultrafast AFM to 3D live cell imaging.
We are pleased to announce a stellar line-up of speakers, including two excellent plenary speakers: David Lentink, who performs highly innovative studies of animal motion with the aim of developing biomimetic systems, and Mickael Tanter, who performs ultra high-speed ultrasound imaging for various applications, including neuroimaging.
The full conference program spans from Monday evening, October 8 to Friday noon, October 12.
|October 8, 2018 18:00-20:00||Welcome reception at the Grote Kerk church (city center of Enschede)|
|October 9-12, 2018||Scientific program at the Waaier building, University of Twente|
|October 11, 2018||Banquet at De Museumfabriek|
Dates and deadlines
|July 1, 2018||Abstract submission deadline|
|August 1, 2018||Abstract acceptance notification|
|August 31, 2018||Early registration deadline|
|October 8, 2018||Paper submission deadline|
nac High-Speed Imaging Award - $ 5,000
for outstanding and innovative contributions made in the field of high-speed imaging that are completed in the last five years
Photron Slow-Motion Video Awards - € 750 (2×)
for top-rated videos recorded with high-speed cameras in two categories: Scientific excellence and Artistic excellence
Specialised Imaging Best Poster Awards - € 750 (3×)
will be presented to top-evaluated poster presentations in three categories: Instrumentations and Solution Tools, Physical Applications, and Biological Applications