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Laboratory of Digital Optics in projects of basic and applied research


Finished projects:

Project of Ministry of Industry and Trade, TANDEM FT-TA2/059 (2005-2008) (report in Czech here)
Title: Systems for generation of nondiffracting beams and transfer of mechanical effects of light
Recipient: Meopta-optika, s.r.o. 
Co-recipient 1: Palacký University in Olomouc
Co-recipient 2: Institute of Scientific Instruments of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Brno
The main outcomes at Palacký University: 

Project of Grant Agency of the Czech Republic 202/06/0307 (2006-2008)
Title: Charakterization and utilization of the spatial degrees of light
Recipient: Palacký University in Olomouc
The main outcomes:

  • Discovery of the method for transfer of information by optical vortices.
  • Experimental realization of a vortex communication channel.

The research project of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports MŠMT MSM6198959213 (2005-2011)
Title: Measurement and information in optics
Recipient: Palacký University in Olomouc


Current projects:

Competence center of Technology Agency of the Czech Republic TE01020229 (2012-2019)
Title: Centrum of digital optics
Recipient: Palacký University in Olomouc
Co-recipient 1: Brno University of Technology
Co-recipient 2: Meopta-optika, s.r.o.
Co-recipient 3: Pramacom-HT, s.r.o.
Co-recipient 4: Zebr, s.r.o.
Research topics:

  • Digital Raman spectroscopy and optical activity
  • Multi-sensoric and hyperspectral imaging systems
  • Digital imaging aided by Spatial Light Modulation technology
  • S-H sensors in metrology and imaging

Project of Grant Agency of the Czech Republic 15-14612S (2015-2017)
Title: Advances in incoherent holographic microscopy using photonic modeling and principles of singular optics
Recipient: Brno University of Technology
Co-recipient: Palacký University in Olomouc
Research topics:

  • Advanced methods of incoherent correlation holographic microscopy with digital image reconstruction.
  • Quantitative phase imaging aided by spatial light modulation.
  • Photonic modeling of light interaction with biological objects.
  • Imaging with ballistic and diffuse light in digital holographic microscopy.
  • Digital microscopy with nondiffracting beams and self-imaging effects.
  • Implementation of spiral phase contrast and rotating vortex imaging (double-helix point spread function) in incoherent correlation holographic microscopy.