Image Sensing and Pattern Recognition (IR)


Image Sensing and Pattern Recognition (IR)

Graphicrepresenting image sensingThis group is concerned with analog and digital processing in sensing and imaging systems, algorithms for sensor system control and for data analysis, sensor networks and data fusion, pattern recognition and tracking. Examples include computational image formation (e.g. computed tomography, image interferometry), image compression, image enhancement, image evaluation, image quality, image reconstruction, inverse problems, pattern recognition, phase retrieval, properties of image transforms, signal recovery, signal synthesis, and superresolution. Emerging areas within this group include integrated computational imaging systems, sparse aperture sensor arrays, biometric sensors for information and physical security, real-time pattern recognition systems and novel diffuse and projective tomographies.

Name Affiliation Title
Sapna Shroff Light  Chair

3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics

September 01 - September 03 2015
Melia Valencia, Spain, Spain, valencia, Spain

The 12th International Conference on Correlation Optics

September 14 - September 18 2015
Chernivtsi, Ukraine

9th International Confernece on Inertial Fusion Sciences and Applications

September 20 - September 25 2015
Bellevue (East Seattle), Washington, USA

12th International Symposium on Measurement Technology and Intelligent Instruments

September 22 - September 25 2015
GIS NTU International Center, Taipei., Taipei, Taiwan

IONS Valencia 2015

September 24 - September 26 2015
Valencia, Spain
If you are a member of the Image Sensing and Pattern Recognition Technical Group and have ideas for activities and initiatives to help engage this group’s members, please contact the group chair, Sapna Shroff.

Participate in Frontiers in Optics in San Jose, California, this October! The advanced registration deadline for this year's meeting is 21 September 2015.


Read the blog from the Implications of Compressive Sensing Concepts to Imaging Systems Incubator