Posts for October 2019

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Dr Lisa Ostrin Presents Pioneering Research

The QUT CLVOL lab welcomed international academic and researcher, Dr Lisa Ostrin, from the University of Houston, College of Optometry, for the months of June and July this year. Dr Ostrin’s current research specifically focuses on myopia and circadian rhythms, and she was invited to QUT as an IHBI Visiting Research Fellow to present her…

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CLVOL Researchers Launch into Cutting-Edge Research Using AI

QUT CLVOL research team comprised of Jason Kugelman, David Alonso-Caneiro, Scott Read, Jared Hamwood, Stephen Vincent and Michael Collins have explored a range of ground-breaking deep learning techniques to analyse Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) images. The team used artificial intelligence (AI) deep learning techniques to improve…

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OSA Sponsors QUT HDR Student on Research Crusade

QUT CLVOL HDR Student, Rohan Hughes embraced the opportunity to meet with fellow vision researches (HDR) at the 2019 Optical Society of America (OSA) Student Leadership Conference, held in Bethesda, Maryland USA, from the 13-15 September. Rohan later attended the OSA Frontiers in Optics and Laser Science Conference at Marriott Wardman…

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Tokyo Delivers: International Myopia Conference (IMC) 2019

Dr Sekar Ulaganathan (right) from QUT, Brisbane QLD, meeting with Dr Ranjay Chakroborty from Univ of Flinders, Adelaide, SA, during a IMC Poster presentation session. Swee Chai Teoh presenting her poster titled ‘The effect of diffuse blur on contrast sensitivity and visual acuity’ at 2019 IMC Meeting in Tokyo, Japan. The QUT Contact lens…

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