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“Human-machine-interaction”——Andreas Tuennermann教授的报告

Source : Administrator   Time :2018-07-10

       Professor Andreas Tuennermann is the Director of the Fraunhofer Institute of Applied Optics and Precision Engineering in Jena. He is member of the German Physical Society, the Optical Society of America and SPIE. His research activities on applied quantum electronics have been awarded with the Roentgen-Award 1997, WLT-Award 1998, Otto-Schott-Award 2003, Leibinger Innovation Award 2004 and the Gottfried-Wilhelm-Leibniz-Award 2005. Most recently, he received the ERC-Grand of the EU. His main research interests include scientific and technical aspects associated with the tailoring of light. Research topics are the design and manufacturing of novel micro- and nano-optical photonic devices using high-end microlithography and its application for generation, amplification, steering and switching of light.

       In the future, next generation devices and machines have to ensure a new degree of collaboration between humans and machines and help humanity in dealing with the challenges that lie ahead. New technologies, driven by digitalization and artificial intelligence, will change our interaction with machines in an unprecedented manner. As a key enabling technology, optics and photonics play a critical role in solving this task. Photonic sensors for the measurement of three dimensional objects, persons, and scenes will empower machines to keep track of their environment and enable the efficient and save interaction of machines and humans. In this talk, novel trends in 3Dsensing and the implementation of theses sensors in robotics will be reviewed. A focus of the talk is on advanced imaging systems.