Imaging Systems and Applications (IS)

Imaging Systems and Applications (IS)

13 - 17 July 2014
Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Seattle, Washington, USA

IS saturate all aspects of our lives and Research and Development activities, and includes each part of the stationary or mobile imaging system chains from light gathering optics, image capturing sensors, sensor and chip architecture, on and off chip digital processing, compression, storage and transmission, and the final display technology ranging from hard copy to interactive displays.

The Imaging Systems and Applications (IS) meeting captures all the leading edge research, engineering and systems design of the ever growing integration of optics, sensors and digital processing into commercial, military, entertainment, research and communication products that affect our lives and populate our laboratories and homes.  Unique light gathering optics, new image sensor architectures and technology, advanced on and off chip digital image processing, and advanced compression and transmission of large images is covered by IS.  Leading edge uses of imaging systems in microscopy, invasive and non-invasive surgery, remote sensing, astronomical observations,  imaging from the far flung universe as well as nearby planets, digital cinematography capture and projection, computational photography and consumer imaging are all topics of interest at IS.  A complete list of suggested topics for papers is given below, but other emerging use of optics and sensors are welcomed.

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Symposium on Digital Image Processing and Analysis

The number of images that are sensed, stored and displayed digitally continues to increase dramatically in virtually every imaging system from video endoscopes and digital phones to digital cameras to remote-sensing satellites and astronomical telescopes. A major important feature of digital images is that they lend themselves to various processing techniques that can be used to enhance the visual appearance, extract important information automatically, format for data storage and transmission and optimize the image data for display. Optical system design can no longer be confined merely to exploit the physics of light but must also include the processing of digital information. The two day Digital Image Processing and Analysis (DIPA) Symposium will provide a forum for forefront research on various topics related to digital image processing and analysis. The technologies included within the scope of this symposium include all the topics listed in the Digital Image processing category #3. Those interested in contributing a paper for the Symposium should submit their papers in category #3.

Michael Kriss
MAK Consultants
United States

Zeev Zalevsky
Bar-Ilan University

K. Vijayan Asari
University of Dayton

Symposium Organizer
Kathrin Berkner
Ricoh Innovations, Inc.
United States

Program Chair
Khan Iftekharuddin
Old Dominion University
United States

Symposium Organizer
Byoungho Lee
Seoul National University
South Korea

Program Chair
Laura Waller
University of California Berkeley
United States

Program Chair

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Ramesh Raskar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States, Plenary

Chau-Jern Cheng, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, Digital Holographic Imaging in Microscopy and Tomography , Invited

Laird Close, University of Arizona, United States, The Giant Magellan Telescope: Imaging New Worlds , Invited

Jacques Duparre, Pelican Imaging, Optical Challenges in Super-Resolving Array Cameras , Invited

Jide Familoni, US Army's NVESD, United States, Title to be Determined , Invited

Pietro Ferraro, Istituto Nazionale di Ottica (CNR), Italy, Lab on Chip 3D Holographic Imaging , Invited

Karl Gegenfurtner, Justus Liebig Universitat Giessen, Germany, Color Vision: Cones, Constancy and Categories , Invited

Hwi Kim, Korea University, South Korea, Design of Complex Light Modulation Macro-pixel , Invited

Tomasz Kozacki, Politechnika Warszawska, Poland, Absolute shape measurements at high resolution using digital holographic microscope , Invited

Aaron Lewis, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Addressing The Inverse Problem of Imaging With 'Heavy Atom' Optics , Invited

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Congress Special Events

Congress Reception
Monday, 14 July
Join your fellow attendees for the Congress Reception. Enjoy delectable fare while networking. The reception is open to committee/presenting author/student and full conference attendees. Conference attendees may purchase extra tickets for their guest.

Joint Plenary Session
Tuesday, 15 July

The Joint Plenary Session will feature a speaker from three of the topical meetings (AIO, IS and LACSEA).  The Plenary Presenters are listed below.

See Through Optical Architectures for Wearable Displays,Bernard Kress, Optics Lead, Advanced Technology Team, Google Glass Project, Google [X], USA

Ramesh Raskar,Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, The Media Lab, MIT, Camera Culture Group, USA

 In-Situ Laser Diagnostics in Gas-Phase Synthesis of Functional Nanomaterials,Christof Schulz, Institute for Combustion and Gas Dynamics – Reactive Fluids,University Duisburg Essen, Germany

For more informatiion about plenary speakers, including biographies and presentation abstracts visit the Plenary Page.

Joint Poster Sessions
Tuesday, 15 July
Posters are an integral part of the technical program and offer a unique networking opportunity, where presenters can discuss their results one-to-one with interested parties. Each author is provided with a 4 ft. × 8 ft. (1.22 m × 2.44 m) board on which to display the summary and results of his or her paper.

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