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Editorial

Preface: International Conference on Holography Meets Advanced Manufacturing (HMAM2) †

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Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, 50411 Tartu, Estonia
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Optical Sciences Center, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne 3122, Australia
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Division of Biological and Environmental Sciences and Engineering, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Thuwal 23955-6900, Saudi Arabia
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Tokyo Tech World Research Hub Initiative (WRHI), School of Materials and Chemical Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo 152-8550, Japan
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Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.
All the papers published in the volume are presented at the International Conference on “Holography Meets Advanced Manufacturing”, Online, 20–22 February 2023.
Eng. Proc. 2023, 34(1), 29; https://doi.org/10.3390/engproc2023034029
Published: 24 July 2023

Abstract

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The CIPHR group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia, and Optical Sciences Center, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, jointly organized the interdisciplinary online conference “Holography Meets Advanced Manufacturing” during 20–22 February 2023.

1. Introduction

To develop imaging concepts that go beyond the state-of-the-art, there has been significant collaboration in recent years between the research fields of holography and advanced manufacturing. This was the motivation for organizing the joint international conference between CIPHR group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu and Optical Sciences Center, Swinburne University of Technology, a world leader in advanced manufacturing technology. The first day of the conference was dedicated to holography; the second day focused on advanced manufacturing; and the third day was devoted to industry applications.
This conference provided a platform for exchanging ideas, interdisciplinary, international collaboration, with three keynote talks from three world-renowned researchers, several invited talks from leading researchers across the globe, poster presentations of students, and industry-ready ideas for industry linkages. The submissions were accepted from the broad areas of holography and advanced manufacturing, which included digital holography, incoherent holography, computational imaging, microscopy, diffractive optics, quantitative phase imaging, structured light, tomography, optical security, cryptography, laser beam shaping, metalenses, micro/nanofabrication, femtosecond fabrication, OAM beams, optoelectronic materials and devices, non-diffracting beams, and space–time correlations and non-linear optics.
The keynote talks were scheduled for 35 min each and 10 min for a question session. The invited talks were scheduled for 15 min each, followed by 5 min for questions, while the poster presentations were allotted a duration of 10 min each, followed by 2 min for questions. Each day of the conference was divided into three sessions.
All the submissions were processed completely online using the Sciforum platform operated by MDPI. This includes the submission of abstracts, presentation files, and manuscripts, preliminary checks of format and template by event organizers, initial peer review of the submissions by event chairs, full peer review by external international reviewers, submissions of revised versions by the authors, and final checks and acceptance by the reviewers and event chairs. Further checks of compliance to MDPI standards including plagiarism checks were performed by the editors of Engineering Proceedings, published by MDPI. All accepted and presented submissions were published in Engineering Proceedings. Selected submissions were invited to the Special Issue on “Research in Computational Optics”, organized by Prof. Vijayakumar Anand, Prof. Ravi Kumar, Dr. Andra Naresh Kumar Reddy, and Dr. Vinoth Balasubramani in the MDPI journal Photonics (IF–2.536), with APC waivers and special discounts https://www.mdpi.com/journal/photonics/special_issues/B3GWFOP55V (accessed on 21 July 2023). In the Special Issue, three extended versions of the conference submissions have already been published.

2. Conference Organizing Committee

The following committees namely event organizers, event committee and event chairs for the three days are shown in Table 1, Table 2 and Table 3 respectively. were formed in October 2022 to effectively coordinate the three-day conference, and the event committee frequently met to review the procedures and steps needed to successfully carry out three-day conference.

3. Invitations and Participants

Approximately 30 leading researchers specializing in computational imaging from around the world received invitations to deliver an invited talk on the first day of the conference. We invited 25 leading researchers in advanced manufacturing to present an invited talk on day two of the conference. Approximately 50 industry members, mostly medical doctors and surgeons, were invited to give presentations on industry applications and their requirements. Several medical doctors and surgeons shared their difficulties in utilizing imaging and characterization tools, as well as features and capabilities they hope to see in the medical equipment and tools in the future. We sent out invitations to attend the conference and give poster presentations to more than 100 universities worldwide, more than 50 companies in Estonia and more than 100 companies globally.
More than 140 participants, including event chairs and organizers (11), keynote speakers (3), opening speakers (3), invited presenters (29), poster presenters (23), and registered participants (95) from different universities, companies, researchers, research scholars, and master’s students from across the globe participated in the conference.

4. Conference Programme

Day 1 of the conference was dedicated to Holography.
Prof. Vijayakumar Anand started Day 1 of the conference by introducing the online conference on “Holography meets advanced manufacturing”. Prof. Toomas Plank, Director of the Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, gave a warm welcome before the opening talk by Prof. Peeter Saari, Professor Emeritus, University of Tartu, on the topic of “Optics in Estonia: Research and Innovation Highlights”. Prof. Joseph Rosen from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, delivered the keynote talk on “Advanced Imaging Methods Using Coded Aperture Digital Holography”. Three sessions were held. Session 1 had six invited talks, presided over by Session Chair Prof. Vijayakumar Anand and Co-Chair Daniel Smith. Session 2 also featured six invited talks, and was presided over by Session Chair Dr. Vinoth Balasubramani and Co-Chair Andrei Bleahu. Prof. Vijayakumar Anand and Dr. Vinoth Balasubramani presided over Session 3 of the poster presentations. In the poster sessions, eight junior researchers presented their research. In all sessions, the presenters were introduced by the Co-Chairs.
Day 2 of the conference
Prof. Vijayakumar Anand started Day 2 of the conference by giving a brief introduction to the program schedule. Prof. Saulius Juodkazis, Deputy Director of the Optical Sciences Center and Director of Nanotechnology, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, presented the keynote talk on “Ultra-short laser pulses as material synthesis and lithography tool”. Three sessions were held on the second day. Session 1 had five invited talks and was presided over by Session Chair Prof. Vijayakumar Anand and Co-Chair Daniel Smith. Session 2 featured four invited talks and was presided over by Chair Prof. Kaupo Kukli and Co-Chair Andrei Bleahu. Prof. Vijayakumar Anand and Prof. Kaupo Kukli presided over Session 3 of the poster presentations. In the poster sessions, six research scholars presented their work. In all sessions, the presenters were introduced by the Co-Chairs.
Day 3 of the conference
Dr. Amudhavel Jayavel started Day 3 of the conference by introducing the program schedule. Prof. Heli Valtna presented the keynote talk on “Mapping the path from idea to economically scalable application in 3D imaging and sensing”. Three sessions were held on the third day. Session 1 had four invited talks from medical doctors and was presided over by Chair Dr. Amudhavel Jayavel, and Co-Chair Andrei Bleahu. Session 2 featured four invited talks and was presided over by Chair Amudhavel Jayavel and Co-Chair Shivasubramanian Gopinath. Dr. Amudhavel Jayavel and Dr. Viktor Palm presided over Session 3 of the poster presentation. In the poster sessions, eight research scholars presented their work. All presentations are available on the YouTube channel CIPHR Talkies, and are permanently stored on the MDPI Sciforum platform.
The following shown in Table 4 is a complete conference schedule, including each speaker’s name, the topic they presented, and their affiliations.

5. Proceedings and Certificates

The accepted and presented submissions of 27 articles were published in the MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, Basel, Switzerland) journal Engineering ProceedingsEng. Proc., 2023, HMAM2 https://www.mdpi.com/2673-4591/34/1 (accessed on 21 July 2023) [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27]. Selected submissions were invited to the Special Issue on “Research in Computational Optics” in the MDPI journal Photonics (IF–2.536).
Participation e-certificates were given to all the participants online via the Sciforum platform through the following link—Download the participation certificate from the Sciforum https://hmam2.sciforum.net/-Log In > My certificates. The e-Certificates were awarded to all the invited speakers, keynote speakers, poster presentations, and winner certificates for poster presentations.

6. Materials from the Conference

The materials from the conference are available in the following sections in the Sciforum online platform event, HMAM2—Holography Meets Advanced Manufacturing: Welcome message from the chairs, event calls, event organizers, event chairs, event speakers, sessions, conference schedule, instructions for authors, list of submitted submission, sponsors and partners, poster gallery. https://hmam2.sciforum.net/.

7. Conclusions

Our three-day online conference on “Holography Meets Advanced Manufacturing (HMAM)” organized by the CIPHR group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia, and the Optical Sciences Center, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, was successful. The conference gave the CIPHR team opportunities to network with researchers and medical doctors across the globe.

Author Contributions

Conceptualization, all the authors; methodology, all the authors; resources, all the authors; writing—original draft preparation, A.S.J.F.R.; writing—review and editing, all the authors; project administration, V.A., A.S.J.F.R., K.K., V.P., A.J. and S.J.; funding acquisition, V.A. and S.J. All authors have read and agreed to the published version of the manuscript.

Funding

This conference was funded by European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme grant agreement No. 857627 (CIPHR).

Acknowledgments

We would like to thank the Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia, and the Optical Sciences Center, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, for supporting this event. The authors thank Tiia Lillemaa for her administrative support.

Conflicts of Interest

The authors declare no conflict of interest.

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Table 1. Event Organizers.
Table 1. Event Organizers.
Sl. NoNamePosition and Affiliations
1.Aravind Simon J RResearch Manager, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
2.Tiia LillemaaProject Manager CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
Table 2. Event Committee.
Table 2. Event Committee.
Sl. NoNamePosition and Affiliations
1.Prof. Vijayakumar AnandAssociate Professor and ERA Chair Holder, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia University of Tartu
2.Dr. Amudhavel JayavelResearcher, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
3.Dr. Viktor PalmResearcher, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
4.Aravind Simon J RResearch Manager, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
5.Tiia LillemaaProject Manager, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
6.Andrei-Ioan BleahuJunior researcher, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
7.Shivasubramanian GopinathJunior Researcher, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
8.Daniel SmithJunior Researcher, Optical Sciences Center, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Table 3. Event chairs.
Table 3. Event chairs.
Sl. NoNameAffiliations
DAY 1
1.Prof. Vijayakumar AnandAssociate Professor and ERA Chair Holder, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
2.Dr. Vinoth BalasubramaniSenior researcher at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia
DAY 2
1.Dr. Soon Hock NgSenior researcher at Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
2.Prof. Kaupo KukliLaboratory of Thin Film Technology, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
DAY 3
1.Dr. Amudhavel JayavelResearcher, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
2.Dr. Viktor PalmResearcher, CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
Table 4. Complete conference schedule.
Table 4. Complete conference schedule.
Day 1: Monday, 20 February 2023 HOLOGRAPHY
09:00–09:15Virtual conference window open
09:15–09:30IntroductionProf. Vijayakumar Anand
Associate Professor, University of Tartu
09:30–09:40Welcome noteProf. Toomas Plank
Director, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu
09:40–10:05Opening talk:
“Optics in Estonia: Research and innovation
highlights”
Prof. Peeter Saari
Professor Emeritus, University of Tartu, Estonia
10:10–10:55Keynote:
“Advanced imaging methods using Coded
aperture digital holography”
Prof. Joseph Rosen
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Session 1—H1. Holography
Chairs: Prof. Vijayakumar Anand and Daniel Smith
11:00–11:20Incoherent digital holography for
multidimensional motion-picture imaging
Dr. Tatsuki Tahara
Senior Researcher, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan
11:25–11:45Synchrotron-FTIR Technique to underpin the
future of advanced manufacturing technology
and its applications at Australian Synchrotron
Dr. Jitraporn (Pimm) Vongsvivut
Senior Beamline Scientist, Australian Synchrotron, Victoria, Australia
11:50–12:103D and see-through light-field display using
digitally printed holographic screen
Prof. Jackin Boaz Jessie
Associate Professor, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto, Japan
12:15–12:35Manipulating light with micro and nano-optics
and holographic techniques
Prof. Shanti Bhattacharya
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras, India
12:40–13:00Digital polarization holography: challenges and
opportunities
Prof. Rakesh Kumar Singh
Associate Professor, Department of Physics, IIT (BHU), India
13:05–13:25Information security: an optical approachProf. Ravi Kumar
Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh, India
Session 2—H2. Holography
Chairs: Dr. Vinoth Balasubramani and Andrei Bleahu
13:30–13:50Role of deep learning in optical imagingProf. Inbarasan Muniraj
Head of LiFE Lab, Alliance University, Bengaluru, India
13:55–14:15Sapphire diffractive axicon milled with
femtosecond laser ablation for imaging
applications
Daniel Smith
Poster Presentation
Optical Sciences Center, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
14:20–14:40Lensless hyperspectral phase retrieval via
alternating direction method of multipliers
and spectral proximity operators
Dr. Igor Shevkunov
Postdoctoral researcher, Tampere University, Finland
14:45–15:05Quantitative analysis of illumination and
detection corrections in adaptive light sheet
fluorescence microscopy
Dr. Mani Ratnam Rai
Postdoctoral Researcher, NC State University/UNC-Chapel Hill, Raleigh, USA
15:10–15:30Depth resolved imaging by digital holography
via sample-shifting
Prof. Suhas Veetil
Associate Professor, School of Engineering Science and Technology at Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE
17:30–17:50Spin-orbit modal shaping of vortex beamsProf. Etienne Brasselet
Research director, CNRS, Laboratoire Ondes et Matière d’Aquitaine, University of Bordeaux, France
17:55–18:15Light sheet fluorescence microscopy using
incoherent light detection
Prof. Mariana Potcoava
Research Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Poster Presentations
Session Chairs: Prof. Vijayakumar Anand and Dr. Vinoth Balasubramani
15:45–18:00 (10 min for presentation + 2 min for Questions)
15:45–16:00Single shot lensless interferenceless phase
imaging of biochemical samples using
Synchrotron near infrared beam
Molong Han
Optical Sciences Center, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
16:00–16:15Digital Fourier transform holography using a
beam displacer
Mohit Rathor
Laboratory of Information Photonics and Optical Metrology, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi, India
16:15–16:30Field of view enhancement of dynamic
holographic displays using algorithms,
devices, and systems: A review
Monika Rani
CSIR-Central Scientific Instruments Organization, Sector 30C, Chandigarh, 160030, India
16:30–16:45Holography with incoherent lightAkanksha Gautam
Laboratory of Information Photonics and Optical Metrology, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
16:45–17:00An asymmetric optical cryptosystem using
physically unclonable functions in the Fresnel
domain
Vinny Cris M
Department of Physics, SRM University-AP, Andhra Pradesh–522502, India
17:00–17:15Techniques to expand the exit pupil of
Maxwellian display: A review
Rajveer Kaur
CSIR–Central Scientific Instruments Organization, Sector 30C, Chandigarh, 160030, India
17:15–17:30Imaging incoherent target using Hadamard
basis patterns
Tanushree Karmakar
Laboratory of Information Photonics and Optical Metrology, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
18:15–18:20Closing Remarks
Day 2: Tuesday, 21 February 2023 ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
09:00–09:15Virtual conference window open
09:15–09:35Opening remarks and welcome noteProf. Vijayakumar Anand
Associate Professor, University of Tartu
09:40–10:25Keynote—Ultra-short laser pulses as material
synthesis and lithography tool
Prof. Saulius Juodkazis
Deputy Director of Optical Sciences Center and Director of Nanotechnology, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
Session 1—AM1. Advanced Manufacturing
Chairs: Dr. Soon Hock Ng and Daniel Smith
10:30–10:503D auxetic metamaterials as scaffolds for tissue
engineering
Prof. Maria Farsari
Research Director
at FORTH/IESL, Greece
10:55–11:15Heavy-duty and high-performance 3D
micro-optics made by laser additive
manufacturing
Prof. Mangirdas Malinauskas
Group Leader, Laser Research Center, Vilnius University, Lithuania
11:20–11:40Femtosecond laser printing of form
birefringent polymeric nanostructures
Prof. Vygantas Mizeikis
Professor, Department of Engineering and Research Institute of Electronics of Shizuoka University, Japan
11:45–12:05Knobs for tuning the physical properties of
atom-thin graphene layers
Prof. Manu Jaiswal
Professor, Department of Physics, IIT Madras, India
12:10–12:30Efficient generation of higher harmonics from
nonlinear metasurfaces and its applications
Dr. Aravind P. Anthur
Research scientist, quantum technology for engineering (QTE) department of institute of materials research and engineering (IMRE), A *STAR, Singapore
Session 2—AM2. Advanced Manufacturing
Chairs: Prof. Kaupo Kukli and Andrei Bleahu
12:35–12:55The Optical Drill: twisted beamsDr. Darius Gailevicius
Researcher, Faculty of Physics, Laser Research Center, Vilnius University, Lithuania
13:00–13:20Photon-induced structural and surface
engineering for advanced manufacturing of
nanoscale material
Dr. Jagadeesh Suriyaprakash
Researcher, Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Nanophotonic Functional Materials and Devices, SCNU, China
13:25–13:45Mirror-less Laser action enabled by Energy
Transfer from a conjugated oligomer donor
to Chromeno-quinoline acceptor
Prof. Saradh Prasad
Reseacher, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Science, King SAUD University, Saudi Arabia
13:50–14:10M2 factor of conically refracted Gaussian beamsDr. Erko Jalviste
Researcher, Biophysics Lab of Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia
Poster Presentations
Session Chairs: Prof. Kaupo Kukli and Dr. Soon Hock Ng
14:30–17:00 (10 min for presentation + 2 min for Questions)
14:30–14:453D scaffolds via Multi-Photon Polymerization as
a co-culture system for application in
peripheral nervous system regeneration.
Antonis Kordas
Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser, Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH-IESL), and Department of Materials Science and Technology, University of Crete, Greece
14:45–15:00Investigation of Memristor-based neural
networks on Pattern recognition
Gayatri Routhu
K L Deemed to be University, Andhra Pradesh, India
15:00–15:15Additive micro-/nano manufacturing of
non-sensitized SZ2080TM employing
femtosecond-laser VIS-light oscillator
Antanas Butkus
Laser Research Center, Faculty of Physics, Vilnius University, Lithuania
15:15–15:30An efficient designing of IIR filter for ECG
signal classification using MATLAB
Manjula Nandi
K L Deemed to be University, Andhra Pradesh, India
15:30–15:45Fabrication and analysis of 3D low THz
metamaterials
Savvas Papamakarios
Department of Physics, University of Crete and Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser, Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH-IESL), Greece
15:45–16:00Advanced driver fatigue detection by integration
of OpenCV, DNN module and deep learning
Muzammil Parvez M
K L Deemed to be University, Andhra Pradesh, India
16:00–16:15Design and simulation of a low-power and
high-speed Fast Fourier Transform for medical
image compression
Ernest Ravindran R S
K L Deemed to be University, Andhra Pradesh, India
16:15–16:30Analysis of 22 nm memristor-based inverter
and universal gates using ANN model
Kota Bhagya Chandrika
K L Deemed to be University, Andhra Pradesh, India
16:30–16:45Optimization of placement and routing for ALU
using reinforcement learning algorithm
Eppala Shashi Kumar Reddy
K L Deemed to be University, Andhra Pradesh, India
17:00–17:05Closing Remarks
Day 3: Wednesday, 22 February 2023 INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS
09:00–09:15Virtual conference window open
09:15–09:30Opening remarksDr. Amudhavel Jayavel
09:30–09:40Welcome noteMs. Tiia Lillemaa
09:40–10:25Keynote—Mapping the path from idea to
economically scalable application in 3D
imaging and sensing
Prof. Heli Valtna
Session 1—IA1. Industry Applications
Chairs: Dr. Amudhavel Jayavel and Andrei-Ioan Bleahu
10:30–10:50New medical imaging: Physics, medical
need and commercial viability
Dr. Zoltan Vilagosh
RMIT Melbourne and Swinburne universities, Australia
10:55–11:15Holography and its significance in
trauma management and anorectal
surgeries—An eye-opener!
Dr. Scott Arockia Singh
Chairman and Managing Director in Dr. Scotts Clinic, Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, India, Consultant Laparoscopic in Dr. Jeyasekharan Hospital, Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, India
11:20–11:40Imaging pitfalls and diagnostic inhibitions
in various imaging modalities of head
and neck region
Dr. Durgadevi B
Senior Lecturer, Dept of Oral medicine and maxillofacial radiology, Indira Gandhi institute of dental sciences, Sri Balaji vidyapeeth (Deemed) to be University, Pondicherry, India
11:45–12:05Holography and its clinical implications
in Urology—An overview
Dr. Deepak David
Consultant, Department of Urology, Dr. Jeyasekharan Hospital and Nursing Home, Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, India
Session 2—IA2. Industry Applications
Chairs: Dr. Amudhavel Jayavel and Shivasubramanian Gopinath
12:10–12:30Light for life—Optical spectroscopy in
clinical settings
Dr. Shree Krishnamoorthy
Researcher at BioPhotonics team with Prof. Stefan Andersson-Engels at Tyndall National Institute in Cork, Ireland
12:35–12:55Challenges in Burns Management—A
Burns Surgeon’s expectation from
Modern-day Technology
Dr. Mohammed Imran Khan
Consultant and heads the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Grace Kennet Foundation Hospital and Burns Centre, Madurai, India.
13:00–13:20Cone beam tomography—Challenges and
optimization
Prof. Dr. Milling Tania
Department of Orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics Rajas Dental College and Hospital, Kavalkinaru, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, India,
Consultant Orthodontist in Darshan Dental and Orthodontic Clinic, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India
13:25–13:45Holography in bladder cancer and
Renal stones
Dr. Priyadarshini D
Jeyasekharan Hospital, Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, India
Poster Presentations
Session Chairs: Dr. Amudhavel Jayavel and Dr. Viktor Palm
14:00–17:00 (10 min for presentation + 2 min for Questions)
14:00–14:15Study of a pH-sensitive hologram for
biosensing applications
Komal Sharma
CSIR-Central Scientific Instruments Organisation, Chandigarh, India and Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (AcSIR), Ghaziabad, India
14:15–14:30Enhancing phase measurement by a factor
of two in the Stokes correlation
Amit Yadav
Laboratory of Information Photonics and Optical Metrology, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi, India
14:30–14:45Hologram opens new learning door for
postgraduate students—An academic
view point
Dr. Thivagar M
Jayanagar general hospital, Bengaluru, India
14:45–15:00Design of low-power phase locked loopChandra Keerthi Pothina
Department of Electronics and Communication, Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Guntur India
15:00–15:15Holographic technology as a new
pain-reducing solution for Children
Anneli Kolk
Faculty of Medicine, University of Tartu and Department of Pediatrics and Neurology, Tartu University Hospital Children’s clinic
15:15–15:30Verification of SoC using advanced
verification methodology
Pranuti Pamula
K L Deemed to be University, Andhra Pradesh, India
15:30–15:45Correction of focusing errors of a
refractive lens Using the
Lucy–Richardson–Rosen algorithm
Andrei Bleahu
CIPHR Group, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu
15:45–16:00Implementation of content-based image
retrieval using artificial neural networks
Sarath Yenigalla
K L Deemed to be University, Andhra Pradesh, India)
16:00–16:15Design and simulation of a low-power
and high-speed Fast Fourier transform
for medical image compression
Ernest Ravindran R S
K L Deemed to be University, Andhra Pradesh, India
16:15–16:30Best poster presentations announcement for days 1, 2 and 3
16:30–16:45Closing remarks
End of the conference
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Anand V, Jayavel A, Palm V, Gopinath S, Bleahu A, John Francis Rajeswary AS, Kukli K, Balasubramani V, Smith D, Ng SH, et al. Preface: International Conference on Holography Meets Advanced Manufacturing (HMAM2). Engineering Proceedings. 2023; 34(1):29. https://doi.org/10.3390/engproc2023034029

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Anand, Vijayakumar, Amudhavel Jayavel, Viktor Palm, Shivasubramanian Gopinath, Andrei Bleahu, Aravind Simon John Francis Rajeswary, Kaupo Kukli, Vinoth Balasubramani, Daniel Smith, Soon Hock Ng, and et al. 2023. "Preface: International Conference on Holography Meets Advanced Manufacturing (HMAM2)" Engineering Proceedings 34, no. 1: 29. https://doi.org/10.3390/engproc2023034029

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