New project PeriVIQA: Peripheral Visual and Image Quality Assessment supported by Velux Stiftung, Switzerland
The Research Department of the Athens Eye Hospital has initianited a new project supported by Velux Foundation (Velux Stiftung, Switzerland). The project PeriVIQA pertains to the systematic modelling, measurement and analysis of peripheral image quality in pseudophakic eyes. More information on the project’s page.
Dr. Dimitrios Christaras from the department of research of the Athens Eye Hospital was interviewed by the National Documentation Centre regarding his recent success in the Marie Sklodowska Curie Individual fellowship. The interview can be seen here (in Greek only).
The Head of the research department of the Athens Eye Hospital was invited as a plenary speaker at the IONS-OPUMA meeting in Mexico. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the meeting was held online. Dr. Ginis’ talk can be seen below.
Our group’s publication “Objective method for measuring the macular pigment optical density in the eye” in one of the most prestigious journals of Biomedical optics, OSA’s Biomedical Optics Express was included in the list of the best publications of the year 2019 by the Vision Research website. The complete list can be found here.
The purpose of this work was to evaluate peripheral image quality in the pseudophakic eye using computational, physical and psychophysical methods. We designed and constructed a physical model of the pseudophakic human eye with realistic dimensions using a corneal phantom and a board-only camera that was pivoted around an axis that matched the anatomical centre […]
Dr. Dimitrios Christaras from the Research Department of the Athens Eye Hospital received the prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship. He will be funded for two years to develop, under the supervision of Dr. Harilaos Ginis, an instrument for fast assessment of peripheral refractive errors and image quality. The project with the acronym IRWAVE will also […]
Our collaborators from Vision6 came from Tel-Aviv to discuss the progress of the project with our group. Always a pleasure to have them.
HOYA Surgical Optics (Singapore) is Sponsoring one 6-month internship/fellowship (MSc Level) in Athens Eye Hospital / Department of Research, starting January 2020. Topic: In-vitro evaluation of IOL Optical performance. Contact us to apply. (h.ginis -at- athenseyehospital.gr)
The head of the research department, dr. Harilaos Ginis was invited to give a talk on dysphotopic phenomena in intraocular lenses and ways to image them, at the 6th Xmas meeting at the laboratorio de Óptica, University of Murcia in Spain.
The Athens Eye Hospital has joined the Hellenic BioCluster (HBio) and it is now part of the one of the fist bioscience cluster in Greece. The HBio consists of 44 members, from the Academic sector and the Industry and its aim is to boost the development of the Life Sciences industry in Greece, to promote […]
Dimitrios Christaras from the Research Department of the Athens Eye Hospital was invited by the South-East European Ophthalmological Society (SEEOS) to present his work at Society’s annual meeting in Pristina, Kosovo on a new optical instrument to measure macular pigment optical density.
The Research Department of the Athens Eye Hospital along with the Laboratorio de Optica, Universidad de Murcia, joined forces for a H2020 funded project on the development of a portable instrument for the measurement of the optical density of Macular Pigment. The project was chosen by the Attract call along with 170 breakthrough ideas from […]
Dr. Dimitrios Christaras was awarded a travel award by the South-East European Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) at the Association’s meeting that took place in Vancouver, Canada.
The head of Department of Research was invited to give a lecture at the University of Riga, organised by the local SPIE student chapter.
Athens Eye Hospital has the honour and the responsibility to organise the Visual and Physiological Optics (VPO) meeting in Athens. (29-31 August 2018) The VPO meetings (Visual and Physiological Optics) are among the most important meetings on their scientific field and attract speakers, delegates and sponsors from around the world. Detailed information can be found […]