加拿大魁北克大学国立科学研究院梁晋阳教授受实验室左超教授邀请，将于北京时间11月20日上午10:00为我实验室以及电子工程与光电技术学院同学作题为“Coded Optical Streaking for Real-time Ultrahigh-Speed Imaging”的学术讲座。该讲座由我校国际合作基地赞助支持，会议地点为电光学院B205学术会议室，腾讯会议ID为742 2989 6302。
报告题目：Coded Optical Streaking for Real-time Ultrahigh-Speed Imaging
Visualizing transient events in the durations of their occurrences (i.e., real time) is indispensable to understanding many physical, chemical, and biological processes. Among existing methods, real-time ultrahigh-speed imaging based on coded optical streaking has received increasing attention because of its high image quality, high adaptability, and broad applicability. In this talk, I will review the working principles and limitations in representative ultrahigh-speed imaging modalities. Then, I will focus the discussion on three research directions in my Laboratory of Applied Computational Imaging in the past three years. First, I will present compressed optical-streaking ultrahigh-speed photography for the advanced characterization of rare-earth-doped nanoparticles for optical thermometry [Nat Commun 12, 6401 (2021); IEEE J Selected Top Signal Process 16,688 (2022)]. Second, I will discuss how coded optical double-streaking can speed up single-pixel imaging [Nat Commun 13, 7879 (2022)], which enables multi-spatiotemporal-scale visualization in different modes and under the high-ambient-light environment at up to 12,000 frames per second. Finally, I will show how the dynamic optical diffraction, generated by the microsecond transition between two masks loaded onto a programmable grating, can be used as a new gating mechanism for ultrahigh-speed mapping photography [Optica 10, 1223 (2023)].
Dr. Jinyang Liang is an Associate Professor at the Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS) – Université du Québec. He holds Canada Research Chair in Ultrafast Computational Imaging (TierII). He directs the Laboratory of Applied Computational Imaging (LACI). His research interests cover ultrafast imaging, high-precision laser beam shaping, optical physics, and biophotonics. He has published >110 journal papers and conference proceedings including the ones in Nature (cover story), Nature Photonics, Nature Communications (x4), and Science Advances (x2). He has applied for >25 U.S./Canada patents on ultrafast optical imaging technologies. He is a Senior Member of Optica and SPIE. He serves as an Associate Editor of Optica’s Photonics Research and IEEE Transaction on Computational Imaging and as a Senior Editor of Springer’s PhotoniX. He received many awards, including the 2021 Emerging Excellence Prize from the Université du Quebec network, the 2019 Young Scientist Prize from IUPAP, and the 2017 Educational Award–Gold from Edmund Optics. He received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, in 2012. From 2012 to 2017, he was a postdoctoral trainee at Washington University in St. Louis and the California Institute of Technology.
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复审 | 左超
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