Second Edition
Science Centre Delft,
21-23 October 2019


The conference Fase2Phase, 2nd Edition, addresses imaging with phase information and covers topics such as lensless imaging, aberration retrieval, adaptive and active optics, ptychography, holography, tomography, phase retrieval and applications.

The Fase2Phase event is co-organised with the AOIM XII - Adaptive Optics conference and will take place on 21- 23 October 2019 in Delft.

In parallel to the conference, a special exhibition is organized and the SPIE Student Chapter will organize an event for students. Social activities are planned a walking dinner on Tuesday evening and a conference dinner on Wednesday evening organised together with the Adaptive Optics conference.

Delegates of Face@Phase have full access to AOIM talks and program events. Only one regitration (to any of these two events) is necessary.  The events are scheduld one after another to avoid parallel sessions: Face2Phase on 21-23 October, and AOIM on 23-25 Oct, with no overlap.

Submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation before 7 September 2019!

Here a group photo of the first Face2Phase event:


The following distinguished invited speakers have joined the conference:

Invited speakers 

Prof. John RodenburgUniversity of Sheffield (UK)


Prof. Margaret Murnane, NSF STROBE Science and Technology Center JILA, University of Colorado Boulder (USA)
Prof. Hans-Peter Herzig, EPFL, Lausanne (CH)

Prof. Sylvain Gigan, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, (FR)


Prof. Roberta Ramponi, Politecnico Milano, Dipartimento Di Fisica
Prof. Ivo Vellekoop, Universty of Twente, TNW Faculty BMPI, (NL)

Prof. Henry Chapman, DESY / Universtät Hamburg, (DE)

Prof. Shiyan Liu, Huanzhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, (CN)

Prof. Paul C.M. Planken,  ARCNL/UVA, (NL)


Dr Roarke Horstmeyer, Duke University  (USA)


Dr Andreas MenzelPaul Scherrer Institute (CH)

Prof. Allard Mosk, University Utrecht (NL)


Dr Sophie Brasselet, Institut Fresnel (FR)
Dr Na Ji, Helen Wills NeuroScience Institute, Berkeley Neuroscience (USA)









Students and postdocs are encouraged to submit their work as a talk or as a poster presentation.


Examples of the possible topics addressed at the conference:

  • Computational imaging
  • Lensless imaging
  • Ptychography
  • Coherence
  • Phase singularities
  • Holography and applications
  • Adaptive and active optics
  • Diffraction (phase) tomography
  • OCT & phase contrast
  • Phase Retrieval methods
  • Aberration retrieval

We invite you to join your colleagues and share the most recent developments and applications at Face2Phase2.

participants registration
 participants registration