Signal Recovery & Synthesis (SRS)

Signal Recovery & Synthesis (SRS)

Signal Recovery and Synthesis covers all aspects of information extraction processing, estimation, characterization, and modeling of optically related signals.

This meeting captures leading edge theoretical development, experimental demonstration, and the latest applications involving signal recovery and synthesis.  Signals and images are an essential tool and often the primary method of obtaining and conveying information for optical and other scientific research.  Optical signals and images play a rich role in scientific disciplines including physics, astronomy, remote sensing, biology, and health sciences and are involved in our daily lives through communication, medicine, and entertainment technologies.  Because of the breadth involved, interdisciplinary papers are encouraged for this session.    A list of topics of interest follows, but papers on other topics related to signal and image recovery and analysis are also welcome.

Topic Categories

  • Phase retrieval
  • SAR
  • Tomography
  • 3D imaging
  • Holography
  • Imaging through turbulence and scattering media
  • Blind deconvolution
  • Blind spectral unmixing
  • Blind deconvolution
  • Superresolution
  • Compressed sensing

David Brady, Duke UniversityUnited StatesCompressive Millimeter Wave and X-Ray Tomography , Invited

Brandoch Calef, Boeing LTS, Inc.United StatesUniqueness Results for Reconstruction of Imagery Degraded By Atmospheric Turbulence , Invited

Lawrence Carin , Duke UniversityUnited StatesStatistical Methods in Compressive Imaging , Invited

Wonshik Choi, Korea UniversitySouth KoreaOptical Imaging with the Use of a Scattering Lens , Invited

Eric Clarkson, University of ArizonaUnited StatesOptimal Channelized Quadratic Observers for Binary Classification Tasks, Invited

Peter Doerschuk, Cornell University3-D Statistical Characterization of the Heterogeneity of Biological Macromolecular Complexes by Electron Microscopy , Invited

Joseph Ford, University of California San Diego United StatesImage Processing for Fiber-coupled Monocentric Imagers, Invited

Shan Kou, University of MelbourneAustraliaCellular Imaging Without Fluorescence , Invited

Juan Liu, Beijing Institute of TechnologyChinaComplex amplitude modulation in real time holographic computation , Invited

Yue Lu, Harvard UniversitySampling and Inference Problems for Spatiotemporal Single-Photon Imaging , Invited

James Nagy, Emory UniversityUnited StatesTomographic Reconstruction of Atmospheric Turbulence from Microlens Imagery, Invited

Robert Plemmons, Wake Forest UniversityUnited StatesSparse Modeling for Hyperspectral Imagery , Invited

Ramesh Raskar, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUnited StatesLooking Around Corners with Trillion Frames Per Second Imaging and Projects in Eye-diagnostics on a Mobile Phone , Invited

Bahaa Saleh, University of Central Florida, CREOLUnited StatesCross-Correlation Imaging , Invited

Guohai Situ, Chinese Academy of SciencesChinaAn Acquisition Method for Holographic Display , Invited

David Smith, Duke UniversityUnited StatesTitle To be Determined, Invited

Pierre Thibault, Paul Scherrer InstitutGermanyTitle To be Determined, Invited

Yongtian Wang, Beijing Institute of TechnologyChinaStudy on Issues of Visual Fatigue of Display Devices, Invited


David GerweBoeing - Phantomworks, United States
Edmund LamUniversity of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Program Chair

George BarbastathisMassachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
Gisele BennettGeorgia Tech Research Institute, United States
Christy Fernandez-CullMassachusetts Inst of Tech Lincoln Lab, United States


Ravindra Anant AthaleOffice of Naval Research, United States
Qianqian FangHarvard University, United States
Michael GehmDuke University, United States
Ryoichi HorisakiOsaka University, Japan
Jun KeBeijing Institute of Technology, China
Andrew LambertUniversity of New South Wales, Australia
Joseph MaitUS Army Research Laboratory, United States
Charles MatsonUS Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
Vincent Michau
Rick MillaneUniversity of Canterbury, New Zealand
Rafael PiestunUniversity of Colorado at Boulder, United States
Jannick RollandUniversity of Rochester, United States
David SchurigUniversity of Utah, United States
Samuel ThurmanLockheed Martin Coherent Technologies , United States
Laura WallerUniversity of California Berkeley, United States

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

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.

Media Partner

Wearable Technologies Conference 2014, USA