Immervision is pleased to be speaking at multiple sessions at SPIE Optics + Photonics in San Diego, California from August 21-25, 2022.

The leading multidisciplinary optical sciences and technology meeting, SPIE Optics + Photonics, offers the opportunity to connect face-to-face to discuss the latest technical advances in optical engineering, nanotechnology, quantum science, and organic photonics.

During the five days of content across 48 conference topics, Immervision has be invited to share their industry expertise in four sessions.

August 23, 1:50 p.m. PDT

Julie Buquet will speak on the session SPIE paper 12227-13:
Accurate camera performance prediction using optical and imaging simulation pipeline for super wide-angle lens (OP313)

August 23, 2:50 p.m
Julie Buquet will speak in the session: SPIE paper 12227-17: 
Challenges using data-driven methods and deep learning in optical engineering

August 24,11:50 a.m. PDT

Simon Thibault will speak in the session: SPIE paper 12217-29:
Realizing low-distortion in wide-angle lens with freeform optics technique


Don’t miss out on the opportunity to connect with Immervision and discuss how we can help you solve problems, cut costs, and increase your capabilities. Register now.


Julie BuquetJulie Buquet, Applied Research-Imaging/AI, Immervision  

After earning her Master’s Degree in Optics and Applied Computer Vision from the Institut d’Optique Graduate School, Paris, France, Julie Buquet attends the Laval University PhD program under the co-supervision of Simon Thibault, SPIE and OSA Fellow (Laboratory of Optics, Photonics and Laser, QC, Canada) and Jean-François Lalonde (Computer Vision and Systems Laboratory). Julie’s PhD is specialized in wide-angle imaging systems applied to supervised learning-based approaches. Currently working at Immervision, Julie shares her expertise in smart wide-angle imaging systems, and how to apply her research results to industrial applications.


Simon ThibaultSimon Thibault, Principal Lens Designer, Immervision

Simon works on cutting edge panomorph optic design, applied research, as well as leading in pure research. He is a professor in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Optics at Université Laval, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in physics and engineering physics.

In addition, Simon is chair-holder of NSERC Industrial Research Chair in Optical Design. This program actively supports a world-class infrastructure for optical training and is enabled by a global network of partners who challenge research and applied developments. He sits on several international conference program committees, has authored over 100 scientific papers and holds some 10 patents.