IEEE Photonics Society

Boston Photonics Society Chapter

Boston Chapter of the IEEE Photonics Society

Imaging Workshop PDF

Wednesday, April 6, 13, 20, 28*, May 4, 2011, 7:00–9:30 PM
Located at MIT Lincoln Laboratory – 244 Wood Street, Lexington, MA, 02420, USA
  * Thursday April 28th

The rapid growth of innovative imaging techniques in many areas of science and engineering, such as biomedicine, materials science, astronomy, and homeland security, resulting from the application of maturing technologies in integrated optics, fiber optics, lasers, terahertz and microwave sources, detectors, and nanotechnology, requires practicing professionals to become knowledgeable about a whole new generation of imaging equipment. These imaging devices are not just optical, but range across the frequency spectrum from microwaves to x-rays, and even gamma rays. The techniques include quantum imaging, coherent or non-coherent imaging, coded aperture imaging, synthetic aperture radar, speckle imaging, dual photo-acoustic imaging, optical coherent tomography, polarization imaging, and many more. Some of these imaging techniques are well known in older narrow fields of application, but are now being reinvented and applied in a wide range of new applications. A major new aspect of today’s imaging engineering is the new software and software tools available, which are able to do things thought impossible only a few years ago, and do it extremely fast. It is the aim of this workshop to introduce new ground-breaking aspects of the different key areas of imaging technology to the attendees, as well as to foster communication and collaboration among the many different fields of imaging science of the individual practicing engineers and researchers attending. To learn more about these amazing new imaging technologies, attend the Imaging Workshop and discover the latest advancements at the cutting edge of optical and non-optical imaging research from ten of the foremost researchers in these emerging fields.

Wednesday
April 6, 2011

An Overview of Imaging Science & Technology Slides

Prof. William T. Rhodes, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
 

Multi-Photon and Entangled-Photon Imaging and Lithography Slides

Prof. Malvin C. Teich, Boston University, Boston, MA
 
 
 

Wednesday
April 13, 2011

Synthetic Aperture Imaging Slides

Dr. Tyler S. Ralston, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA
 

Optical Coherence Tomography Slides

Dr. Joseph Schmitt, LightLab Imaging, Inc., Westford, MA
 
 
 

Wednesday
April 20, 2011

Photoacoustic Tomography: Ultrasonically Breaking through the Optical Diffusion Limit Slides

Prof. Lihong V. Wang, Washington University, St. Louis, MO
 

Looking Around Corners: New Imaging using Time and Angle Resolved Techniques Slides

Prof. Ramesh Raskar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
 
 
 

Thursday
April 28, 2011

Coded Aperture Imaging: Many Holes Make Light Work Slides

Dr. Richard Lanza, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
 

Principles of Optical Disc Data Storage Slides

Prof. Masud Mansuripur, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
 
 
 

Wednesday
May 4, 2011

Neutrino Telescopes: Catching Images of Ghost Particles Slides

Prof. Tyce DeYoung, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
 

Computational Microscopy for Imaging the Lung Slides

Prof. Charles A. DiMarzio, Northeastern University, Boston, MA