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Lunch

The PIXL lunch meets every Monday during the semester at noon in room 402 of the Computer Science building. To get on the mailing list to receive announcements, sign up for the "pixl-talks" list at lists.cs.princeton.edu.

Upcoming Talks



Monday, September 21, 2020
Sunnie Kim


Monday, September 28, 2020
Zheng Shi


Monday, October 05, 2020
Alejandro Newell


Monday, October 12, 2020
Zhiwei Deng


Monday, October 19, 2020
Zach Teed


Monday, October 26, 2020
Fangyin Wei


Monday, November 02, 2020
Felix Yu


Monday, November 09, 2020
Jiaqi Su


Monday, November 23, 2020
Hei Law




Previous Talks



Monday, September 14, 2020
Computational Imaging with Light Waves
Seung-Hwan Baek

Abstract
Modern imaging systems have evolved to effectively capture light. Through continuous developments, our ability to capture the real world now rivals that of the human visual system. However, capturing light in full fidelity is still challenging and one fundamental reason originates from the fact that light has the duality as particles and waves. Most imaging devices are not optimized to capture light as waves, therefore, losing valuable information of the real world hidden in those wave properties. This talk includes several studies of capturing, analyzing, and exploiting overlooked dimensions of light waves, namely spectrum and polarization, in order to solve problems in computer graphics and vision. We develop computational imaging systems with the core principle of jointly designing optics and algorithms to decode the delicate interaction of light waves and materials. We demonstrate three specific applications: RGB-D imaging from polarimetric double refraction, spectrum from dispersion, and appearance from polarization.