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Cyril Petit

 
Cyril Petit

ONERA

High speed adaptive optics

 

Cyril Petit is a senior research scientist at ONERA - The french aerospace Lab. He is a leading specialist in design, development, integration and tests of Adaptive Optics (AO) systems for various fields of applications including astronomy, space observation, free-space telecommunications and retinal imaging and surgery. He was for instance in charge of real-time control design and AO system integration and test for the VLT SPHERE instrument dedicated to exoplanet imaging.He has started to investigate ophthalmology in 2014, participating to the optimization of ECUROeil. He is system engineer and integration responsible for the CLOVIS3D bench (ANR project) designed for AO assisted laser photocoagulation in the retina, and in charge of Eyewin ANR project, investigating neurovascular coupling in the retina.

Publications

Near infrared adaptive optics flood illumination retinal angiography

Elena Gofas, Pedro Mecê, Laurent Mugnier, Aurélie Montmerle Bonnefois, Cyril Petit, Kate Grieve, José-Alain Sahel, Michel Paques, Serge Meimon
"Near infrared adaptive optics flood illumination retinal angiography," Biomed. Opt. Express 10, 2730-2743 (2019)
1st June 2019

Higher adaptive optics loop rate enhances axial resolution in nonconfocal ophthalmoscopes

"Higher adaptive optics loop rate enhances axial resolution in nonconfocal ophthalmoscopes," Opt. Lett. 44, 2208-2211 (2019)
1st May 2019

New prospects in Adaptive-Optics Flood-Illumination retinal imaging

Adaptive Optics: Analysis, Methods & Systems, 2018 OTh4C. 4
2018

High loop rate adaptive optics flood illumination ophthalmoscope with structured illumination capability

Elena Gofas, Pedro Mecê, Cyril Petit, J. Jarosz, Laurent Mugnier, Aurélie Montmerle Bonnefois, Kate Grieve, José-Alain Sahel, Michel Paques, Serge Meimon
Appl. Opt. 57, 5635-5642 (2018)
10th July 2018

Fixational eye movement: a negligible source of dynamic aberration

Biomedical Optics Express 9 (2), 717-727.
1st February 2018

Pupil motion analysis and tracking in ophthalmic systems equipped with wavefront sensing technology.

Serge Meimon, J. Jarosz, Cyril Petit, Elena Gofas, Kate Grieve, JM. Conan, B. Emica, Michel Paques, K. Irsch
Appl. Opt. 2017. 56, D66-D71.
20th March 2017
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