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Published on Mar 29, 2017
Title: Giga-scale 3D Computational Microscopy
Speaker: Laura Waller, Univ. of California, Berkeley
Synopsis: Dr. Waller discusses work on computational imaging methods for fast capture of gigapixel-scale 3D intensity and phase images in a commercial microscope. Her lab’s experimental setups employ illumination-side and detection-side coding of angle (Fourier) space with simple hardware and fast acquisition. The result is high-resolution reconstructions across a large field-of-view, achieving high space-bandwith-time product. Experimentally, they have achieved real-time 3D and phase imaging with digital aberration correction and mitigation of scattering effects, by sparsity-constrained nonlinear optimization methods.
Biography: Laura Waller is the Ted Van Duzer Endowed Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS) at UC Berkeley. She is a Senior Fellow at the Berkeley Institute of Data Science, with affiliations in Bioengineering and Applied Sciences & Technology. She was a Postdoctoral Researcher and Lecturer of Physics at Princeton University (2010-2012) and received her BS (2004), MEng (2005), and PhD (2010) in EECS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She is recipient of the Moore Foundation Data-Driven Investigator Award, Bakar Fellowship, Carol D. Soc Distinguished Graduate Mentoring Award, NSF CAREER Award, and Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering.