Lorentz Center - Transformations in Optics from 18 May 2015 through 22 May 2015
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    Transformations in Optics
    from 18 May 2015 through 22 May 2015

 

Description and Aim

 

Recent developments from the mesoscopic physics of random media, from the mathematics of information processing, and from the technology of metamaterials provide pathways to extract information from the optical wavefront that normally is hidden or lost.

Three approaches,

 

• Wavefront shaping 

• Compressive sensing, and

• Metamaterial Structured illumination

 

promise progress on the basic challenges of resolution, noise, and scattering. So far these approaches have developed quite independently, emerging from different communities and aimed at different applications. An integrated approach, combining new insights from all three fields involved, mesoscopic physics, mathematical information processing, and metamaterial technology, has much potential to start the “information age of optics”.

 

Confirmed Invited Speakers:

 

•           Mark Davenport (Georgia Tech)

•           Mathias Fink (ESPCI Paris)

•           Jason Fleischer (Princeton University)

•           Silvain Gigan (ENS Paris)

•           Ortwin Hess (Imperial College London)

•           Ad Lagendijk (University of Twente)

•           Zhaowei Liu (San Diego)

•           Jerome Mertz (Boston University)

•           Demetri Psaltis (EPF Lausanne)

•           Monika Ritsch-Marte (Innsbruck)

•           David R. Smith (Duke University)

•           Diederik Wiersma (LENS, Florence)



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