In 2022, she graduated with a master’s degree in Optometry from the Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw. As of October 2022, she has started her doctoral studies at the Interdisciplinary Doctoral School, during which she plans to focus on studying the phenomenon of two-photon vision. On a day-to-day basis, she also works as an optometrist, where she studies, among other things, refraction and the parameters of patients’ binocular vision.
O. Kaczkoś, A. Zielińska, M. J. Marzejon, J. Solarz-Niesłuchowski, K. Komar, “Methods of determining the contrast sensitivity function for two-photon vision”, 22nd Polish-Slovak-Czech Optical Conference on Wave and Quantum Aspects of Contemporary Optics, 1250215. SPIE, 235-245 (2022)
Vision allows for receiving stimuli from the surrounding world through electromagnetic waves from 400 to 780 nm, called visible light. It begins when a photon of such light is absorbed by the visual pigment of the photoreceptor in the light-sensitive part of the eye – the retina. Absorption of a photon initiates a series of […]