This is a reminder about the lecture that we have this Thursday, 6.9.18, at 12:00.
The Lecture will take place in building 30, room 300
Add it to your calendar so you won't miss it!
12:00 - Gathering (refreshments and drinks will be served).
12:10 - Beginning of lecture
Here is the abstract of the talk by Prof. Adrian Stern
Title: How optical sensing approaches were influenced by the evolution of mathematical notions?
In this talk we will explore the interplay between the evolution optical sensing approaches and that of mathematical notions. We shall see how sensing methods were influenced from the development of signal representations techniques, and vice versa. We shall follow the chronological evolution of sensing approaches, stating with direct sensing, transformed sensing, through the recent concepts of compressive sensing and learning based inference. Examples will be given from the realm of spectral sensing.
Adrian Stern-short biography
Adrian Stern received his B.Sc., M. Sc. (cum laude) and PhD degrees from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, in 1988, 1997 and 2003 respectively, all in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Currently he is a Full Professor at Electro-Optical Engineering and Photonics Department at Ben-Gurion University in Israel where he serves as department head. During the years 2002-2004 he was a postdoc fellow at University of Connecticut. During 2007-2008 he served as senior research and algorithm specialist for GE Molecular Imaging, Israel. In 2014-2015, during his sabbatical leave, he was a visitor scholar and professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
His current research interests include compressive imaging and optical sensing, 3D imaging, computational imaging, remote sensing, phase-space optics.
Dr. Stern has published almost 170 technical articles in leading peer reviewed journals and conference proceeding, more than quarter of them being invited papers. His works have been cited over 4000 times by others (h-index=37).
Dr. Stern is a Fellow of SPIE, OSA senior member, and member of IEEE. He chaired and co-chaired SPIE and OSA conferences on 3D sensing and visualization. He served as associate editor for Optics Express journal for IEEE/OSA Journal on Display Technology. He has edited the first book on Optical Compressive Sensing and Imaging published by CRC Press in 2016.
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Friends/students that are not related to the chapter or even to optics are welcome, so invite them.
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