Signal Recovery & Synthesis (SRS)



Signal Recovery & Synthesis (SRS)

13 - 17 7月 2014
Sheraton Seattle Hotel , Seattle, Washington, USA

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 University, United States, Compressive Millimeter Wave and X-Ray Tomography , Invited

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

Lawrence Carin , Duke University, United States, Statistical Methods in Compressive Imaging , Invited

Wonshik Choi, Korea University, South Korea, Optical Imaging with the Use of a Scattering Lens , Invited

Eric Clarkson, University of Arizona, United States, Optimal Channelized Quadratic Observers for Binary Classification Tasks , Invited

Peter Doerschuk, Cornell University, 3-D Statistical Characterization of the Heterogeneity of Biological Macromolecular Complexes by Electron Microscopy , Invited

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

Shan Kou, University of Melbourne, Australia, Cellular Imaging Without Fluorescence , Invited

Juan Liu, Beijing Institute of Technology, China, Complex amplitude modulation in real time holographic computation , Invited

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

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