- Talk 1. Computation Imaging (ram)
- Talk 2. Geometric Optics and Tomography (ram)
- Talk 3. Diffraction and Optical Elements (ram)
- Talk 4. Lecture Holography (ram)
- Talk 5. Lenses, imaging and MTF (ram)
- Talk 6. Wavefront coding and the impulse response (ram)
- Talk 7. Interferometry and the van Cittert-Zernike Theorem (ram)
- Talk 8. OCT and spatial/spectral and temporal degrees of freedom (ram)
- Talk 9. Spectroscopy and Spectral Imaging (ram)
- Talk 10. Coded aperture spectroscopy and spectral tomography (ram)
Some additional information can be found here. A very nice explanation on how a hologram is generated can be found at the beginning of presentation 9. Presentation 10 is also useful in order to better understand previous work at DISP. I liked the response to a question when he talks about a hierarchical set of lenses at 33 minutes into the talk 10 as it touches on a question asked in a previous entry. One also gets an insight as to why the one wants to use multiple apertures and why in focal plane coding CMOS technology might bring an advantage by allowing pixels to be distributed "randomly". I also note that there is no reference to NMF as regards to imposing non-negativity constraints as done by Bob Plemmons for some specific hyperspectral problems.
Credit photo: Wikipedia/National Nuclear Safety Administration, Operation Plumbob.