Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging (COSI)

Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging (COSI)

07 - 11 June 2015
Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel, Arlington, Virginia, USA

Theoretical to experimental demonstration and applications of the latest advances in computational imaging research.

Computational sensing and imaging applications span from fundamental science to medical, security, and defense industry applications. COSI encompasses the latest advances in computational imaging research, emphasizing integration of opto-electric measurement and computational processing.   Representative topics include compressive sensing, tomographic imaging, light-field sensing, digital holography, SAR, phase retrieval, computational spectroscopy, blind deconvolution and phase diversity, point spread function engineering, and digital/optical super resolution.

Topic Categories

  1. Compressive sensing
  2. Tomographic imaging
  3. Light-field sensing
  4. Phase retrieval
  5. Digital/optical super resolution
  6. Uconventional sensing
  7. High-Dimensional Inverse Problems in Optical Science Symposium
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Eddie Jacobs
University of Memphis
United States

Kenneth Kubala
FiveFocal, LLC
United States

Sapna Shroff
United States

Christy Fernandez-Cull
Massachusetts Inst of Tech Lincoln Lab
United States

Program Chair
Chrysanthe Preza
University of Memphis
United States

Program Chair
Laura Waller
University of California Berkeley
United States

Program Chair

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Hotel Reservation 7 May 2015 12:00 EDT
Hotel Reservation 7 May 2015
Advanced Registration 11 May 2015 12:00 EDT
Advanced Registration 11 May 2015
Ravindra Athale, Office of Naval Research, United States, Invited

Kathrin Berkner, Ricoh Innovations, Inc., United States, Light Field Imagers, Invited

Oliver Cossairt, Northwestern University, United States, Motion Contrast 3D Scanning, Invited

Michael Gehm, Duke University, United States, Invited

Vivek Goyal, Boston University, United States, First-Photon Imaging and Few-Photon Imaging, Invited

Horst Haussecker, Intel Labs, United States, Invited

Wolfgang Heidrich, King Abdullah Univ of Sci & Technology, Saudi Arabia, Invited

Ryoichi Horisaki, Osaka University, Japan, Invited

Shree Nayar, Columbia University, United States, Invited

Amy Oldenburg, Univ of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States, Revealing Diffusive and Directed Motions of Nanoparticles and Cells in Optical Coherence Tomography of Tissue, Invited

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OSA - The Optical Society