Elie Aymard J. De Lestrange-anginieur

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20202021

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Biography

Dr Elie de LESTRANGE-ANGINIEUR received his master’s degree in Optics, Matter and Plasma from the University of Paris in 2007. He obtained his PhD degree in 2013 from the Applied Optics group, National University of Ireland, NUIG Galway for his work on the visual effects of higher-order aberrations in the human eye, using the adaptive optics technique. He later joined the Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, Peking University to work on the imaging of small animal eyes. Based on visual psychophysics, modeling, and optical instrumentation, Dr de LESTRANGE-ANGINIEUR’s current research interest focuses on the relation between retinal blurs and neural processing.

Research interests

Visual attention / Adaptive optics / Anomalies of refraction (Myopia, astigmatism) / Presbyopia / Low vision / Cataract surgery / Ophthalmic optics and vision devices / Enhancement of neural processing by ophthalmic optics in the visually impaired / Development of multifocal, adaptive ophthalmic optics for neural processing control / Interaction between neural processing and eye development/ageing in the visually impaired.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, National University of Ireland

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