N-hega co-founder has been invited to attend ICERM at Brown University. The research workshop is funded by the NSF (National Science Foundation) and will be joined by renowned research scientists that focus on computational Imaging and machine learning. With more than 2 decades dedicated to pattern digitization, we are excited to learn more from other scientist and incorporate the new technologies into our NScan Premium and NShot Camera Systems.
Computational imaging involves the use of mathematical models and computational methods as part of imaging systems. Algorithms for image reconstruction have important applications, including in medical image analysis and imaging for the physical sciences. Classical approaches often involve solving large inverse problems using a variety of regularization methods and numerical algorithms.
Current research includes the development of new cameras and imaging methods, where the hardware system and the computational techniques used for image reconstruction are co-designed. New developments have been influenced by the introduction of novel techniques for compressed sensing and sparse reconstruction. The use of machine learning methods for designing a new generation of imaging systems has also been increasingly important.
Specific topics that will be discussed include: image reconstruction, computational photography, compressed sensing, machine learning methods, numerical optimization, sensor design, and applications.