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Instituto de Óptica Daza de Valdés

The Institute of Optics "Daza de Valdés" was established in 1946 by Prof. José Otero, who was in control since 1939 of the "Optical Section" at the Institute of Physics Alonso de Santa Cruz (some portion of the Rockefeller Institute). The Institute moved in 1950 to another building, a work of planner Fisac. The Institute of Optics was made around two noteworthy regions: Vision and Spectroscopy, both with dynamic and exceptionally universally perceived specialists, with these territories venturing into Physiological Optics, Ocular investigation, Design of optical Systems, Photography, Infrared Spectroscopy and Physical Optics, and later consolidating Electron Microscopy, Atomic Spectra, Luminescent materials, Photometry and Colorimetry. In 1956 the Institute was re-alloted to the "Juan de la Cierva" Board of Trustees, living being of the CSIC going for specialized research. In this biennium the CSICs Action Plan 2010- 2013 has been finished and the CSIC has created and propelled another Action Plan for the 2014-2017 periods. In spite of the monetary emergency that has proceeded to profoundly influence Spanish R + D + I, the Institute of Optics has possessed the capacity to accomplish the logical and specialized targets scored in the Action Plan 2010-2013, despite the fact that they had been customized in a period in which the decrease in financing and the fall of the consolidation of youthful scientists was not anticipated. The destinations for 2014 have too been completely accomplished, keeping up comparative levels of movement in all markers amid both years of the biennium. It ought to be noted specifically that the capacity to bring outer financing up in 2014 was half higher than anticipated thanks to accomplishment in the calls of the different European programs. Images, Vision and Optical Instrumentation Thin Film Optics Optical Radiation Measurements Image Science Visual Optics and Biophotonics Ultra-fast, Nonlinear and Nanoscale Photonics Photonics with High Energy Ion Laser Processing Group Nonlinear Dynamics and Optical Fibers Technology and Health Innovation in Ophthalmology