Rune Brautaset´s research group
The field of physiological optics is wide and is related to the process of seeing, i.e., the optics of the eye, the physiological and psychological process of seeing, and the structure of the eye and visual system.
Physiological optics also include sensitivity to light and colour, the focusing mechanism of the eye (accommodation), adaptation, visual acuity, the perception of depth (3D) and visual illusions.
The interest for this area has increased the last years due to the development of 3D displays and the processing and tolerance to the information provided with 3D techniques.
In our research group we currently are working on projects involving the process of accommodation and treatment of accommodative dysfunctions, binocular vision eye movement disorders and its treatment, 3D displays, lighting and its importance in relation to eye movements and binocular vision, and evaluation and development/improvement of instrumentation for test of the visual function mainly related to the detection and follow up of ocular abnormalities.
Spherical aberration in relation to visual performance in contact lens wear.
Cont Lens Anterior Eye 2011 Feb;34(1):12-6; quiz 50-1
Treatment of accommodative insufficiency with plus lens reading addition: is +1.00 D better than +2.00 D?
Strabismus 2010 Jun;18(2):67-71
Corneal and conjunctival epithelial staining in hydrogel contact lens wearers.
Eye Contact Lens 2008 Nov;34(6):312-6
Fixation stability during Rarebit Fovea Test.
Clin Exp Optom 2009 Jan;92(1):9-13
Spherical aberration in contact lens wear.
Cont Lens Anterior Eye 2008 Aug;31(4):189-93
|Ulrika Birkeldh||PhD student, Graduate Student|
|Annika Botes||Teaching assistant|
|Rune Brautaset||Senior Lecturer, Research team leader, Senior lecturer|
|Marie Brenning||Clinical supervisor|
|Alberto Dominguez Vicent||Senior lecturer|
|Petra Frehr Alstig||Clinical supervisor|
|Maria Nilsson||Senior lecturer|
|Rebecka Rosén||PhD student|
|Ulrika Sverkersten||Graduate Student|
|Marguerite Tjernberg||Clinical supervisor|
|Ori Zahavi||Graduate Student|
|Elin Zetterberg||Teaching assistant|