interferometry

An Interferometric view of Speckle Imaging

Abstract: Lensless endoscopy (LE) with multicore fibers (MCF) enables fluorescent imaging of biological samples at cellular scale. In this work, we show that the corresponding imaging process is tantamount to collecting multiple rank-one projections (ROP) of an Hermitian interferometric matrix—a matrix encoding a subsampling of the Fourier transform of the sample image.

Interferometric Lensless Endoscopy: Rank-one Projections of Image Frequencies with Speckle Illuminations

Abstract: Lensless endoscopy (LE) with multicore fibers (MCF) enables fluorescent imaging of biological samples at cellular scale. In this talk, we will see that under a common far-field approximation, the corresponding imaging process is tantamount to collecting multiple rank-one projections (ROP) of an Hermitian “interferometric” matrix–a matrix encoding a subsampling of the Fourier transform of the sample image.

Interferometric Lensless Endoscopy: Rank-one Projections of Image Frequencies with Speckle Illuminations

Abstract: Lensless endoscopy (LE) with multicore fibers (MCF) enables fluorescent imaging of biological samples at cellular scale. In this talk, we will see that under a common far-field approximation, the corresponding imaging process is tantamount to collecting multiple rank-one projections (ROP) of an Hermitian “interferometric” matrix–a matrix encoding a subsampling of the Fourier transform of the sample image.