SPIE Call for Papers - Special OE section on Active Imaging

Posted by GIS talk On Thursday, July 07, 2011
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SPIE Optical Engineering will be publishing a Special Section on Active Imaging, guest edited by Edward A. Watson. The submission deadline is 1 September 2011.

Original papers are solicited on, but are not limited to, the following topics:

• Novel component technologies: sources for active imaging systems; receiver and camera technologies, including innovative read-out integrated circuitry; agile apertures for control of laser waveforms; postdetection processing of received waveforms

• 3-D active-imaging systems: scanned and "Flash"

• Novel active-imaging system concepts: synthetic aperture imaging systems, structured illumination imaging systems, polarization and spectral imaging systems

• Waveform definition and optimization

• Speckle: reduction and utilization

• Photon counting components, systems, and applications

• Demonstrations and applications of active-imaging systems

Manuscripts due September 1, 2011.

Contact:
Edward A. Watson
Air Force Research Laboratory
Sensors Directorate
2241 Avionics Circle
WPAFB, Ohio 45433
Tel: 937-528-8675
E-mail: edward.watson@wpafb.af.mil

Optical Engineering is published in the SPIE Digital Library, with freely searchable abstracts and tables of contents; articles are available via subscription or pay-per-view.


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