An inexhaustible generator of ideas, which he turns with determination into reality. Piotr is currently a PhD student at the International Center for Translational Eye Research Center (ICTER) and the University of Warsaw. He is developing a new implementation of optical coherence tomography (OCT) using ultras fast cameras and various light modulation scenario. He graduated from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in Barcelona, where he prepared his Master’s thesis on medical optics in Turgut Durduran’s group at ICFO. In 2017 he graduated from the University of Warsaw with a bachelor degree in physics.
During his studies, Piotr was involved in grants funded by the FNP, NCN and Horyzont2020 framework. Based on his scientific achievements, he received scholarships from the Rector of the University of Warsaw, the Minister of Science and Higher Education and the La Pedrera Foundation within the “ICFO Summer Fellowship”. He gained experience and knowledge about optics and photonics by participating in the most important international conferences and summer schools.
- Auksorius, D. Borycki, P. Wegrzyn, B. L Sikorski, K. Lizewski, I. Zickiene, M. Rapolu, K. Adomavicius, S. Tomczewski, M. Wojtkowski, Spatio-Temporal Optical Coherence Tomography provides full thickness imaging of the chorioretinal complex, iScience 105513 (2022).
- Tomczewski, P. Węgrzyn, D. Borycki, E. Auksorius, M. Wojtkowski, A. Curatolo, Light-adapted flicker optoretinograms captured with a spatio-temporal optical coherence tomography (STOC-T) system, Biomed. Opt. Express 13(4), 2186-2201 (2022).
- Auksorius, D. Borycki, P. Węgrzyn, I. Zickiene, K. Adomavicius, B.L. Sikorski, M. Wojtkowski, Multimode fiber as a tool to reduce crosstalk in Fourier-domain full-field optical coherence tomography, Optics Letters 47(4), 838-841 (2022).
- Borycki, E. Auksorius, P. Węgrzyn, M. Wojtkowski, Computational aberration correction in spatiotemporal optical coherence (STOC) imaging, Optics Letters 45(6) 1293 (2020).
Flicker Optoretinography (f-ORG)
For many years visual inspection of fundus photography  and examination of images acquired with optical coherence tomography (OCT)  have been used by ophthalmologists for eye disease diagnosis and monitoring therapy progress thanks to their ability to detect morphological changes in the retina. However, imaging the morphological manifestation of retinal diseases alone does not provide sufficient […]