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Handheld optical coherence tomography

Deliverables

Set-up content management system

With respect to content management, AIT will set up a web-based content management system (CMS) to facilitate the communication and the exchange of documents between partners. The access to the CMS will be provided on the project website via user specific ID and password. The structure of the CMS will be agreed on by all partners. The CMS will be continuously maintained and updated until the end of the project.

Press release

The dissemination of the results to research managers, company representatives and scientists not participating in the project, will be assured by the means of publications as well as by the participation in workshops and public forums such as events organised by the EC. Interaction with other EU and national projects as well as stakeholder organisations in the field of point-of-care diagnostics, ophthalmic diagnosis, and health care will be initiated. Various other routes of communication in non-scientific media will be actively pursued to ensure the visibility of HandheldOCT in the public such as publications in popular science magazines, press releases, popular science presentations on television and social media. At least two press releases will be launched by CZ at the beginning and at the end of the project on the vision of the HandheldOCT project and on its achievements, respectively.

Training event: Medical background on retinal diseases

Task 84 Training and education actions month 618During the project training actions will be taken to ensure knowledge exchange and to deepen the awareness with respect to key topics in this highly interdisciplinary consortium The courses will be primarily directed to students and staff scientist as well as engineers of the partner organisations but also open to external guests Three courses with internal and external experts are planned with the following topics1Medical background on retinal diseases2Optical imaging in medicine 3Photonic integrated circuit technology photonic packagingRole of partners in this taskCZ task leader Organisation of training and education actionsMUW Hosting andor performing training and education actionsALL PARTNERS Participating in training and education actions

Training event: Optical imaging in medicine

Task 84 Training and education actions month 618During the project training actions will be taken to ensure knowledge exchange and to deepen the awareness with respect to key topics in this highly interdisciplinary consortium The courses will be primarily directed to students and staff scientist as well as engineers of the partner organisations but also open to external guests Three courses with internal and external experts are planned with the following topics1Medical background on retinal diseases2Optical imaging in medicine 3Photonic integrated circuit technology photonic packagingRole of partners in this taskCZ task leader Organisation of training and education actionsMUW Hosting andor performing training and education actionsALL PARTNERS Participating in training and education actions

Training event: Photonic integrated circuit technology & photonic packaging

Task 8.4: Training and education actions (month 6-18) During the project training actions will be taken to ensure knowledge exchange and to deepen the awareness with respect to key topics in this highly interdisciplinary consortium. The courses will be primarily directed to students and staff scientist as well as engineers of the partner organisations but also open to external guests. Three courses with internal and external experts are planned with the following topics: 1) Medical background on retinal diseases 2) Optical imaging in medicine 3) Photonic integrated circuit technology & photonic packaging Role of partners in this task: CZ (task leader): Organisation of training and education actions MUW: Hosting and/or performing training and education actions ALL PARTNERS: Participating in training and education actions

Publications

In vivo human retinal swept source optical coherence tomography and angiography at 830 nm with a CMOS compatible photonic integrated circuit

Author(s): Elisabet A. Rank1*, Stefan Nevlacsil2, Paul Muellner2, Rainer Hainberger2, Matthias Salas1, Stefan Gloor3, Marcus Duelk3, Martin Sagmeister4, Jochen Kraft4, Rainer A. Leitgeb1 & Wolfgang Drexler1
Published in: Scientific Reports, 2021, ISSN 2045-2322
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-00637-4

Enhanced medical diagnosis for dOCTors – a perspective of optical coherence tomography

Author(s): Rainer Leitgeb ,a,b Fabian Placzek ,a Elisabet Rank ,a Lisa Krainz,a Richard Haindl ,a Qian Li,a Mengyang Liu ,a Marco Andreana ,a Angelika Unterhuber,a Tilman Schmoll,a,c and Wolfgang Drexlera,*
Published in: Journal of Biomedical Optics, 2022, ISSN 1083-3668
Publisher: S P I E - International Society for Optical Engineering
DOI: 10.1117/1.jbo.26.10.100601

Multi-channel swept source optical coherence tomography concept based on photonic integrated circuits

Author(s): Stefan Nevlacsil, Paul Muellner, Alejandro Maese-Novo, Moritz Eggeling, Florian Vogelbacher, Martin Sagmeister, Jochen Kraft, Elisabet Rank, Wolfgang Drexler, Rainer Hainberger
Published in: Optics Express, Issue 28/22, 2020, Page(s) 32468, ISSN 1094-4087
Publisher: Optical Society of America
DOI: 10.1364/oe.404588

Miniaturizing optical coherence tomography

Author(s): Elisabet A. Rank; Anja Agneter; Tilman Schmoll; Rainer A. Leitgeb; Wolfgang Drexler
Published in: Crossref, Issue 1, 2022, ISSN 2627-1850
Publisher: Weinheim: Wiley VCH
DOI: 10.1002/tbio.202100007

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