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Date:         Mon, 6 Sep 2010 21:02:00 +0200
Reply-To:     Joe van Zwaren <[log in to unmask]>
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From:         Joe van Zwaren <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Optics-L: TAU Phys Elec Seminar by B. Milgrom, 7 October,
              2010 at 15:00, Room 206 Wolfson Mech. Eng. Bldg
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From: Esther Zilka <[log in to unmask]> Shalom, Please find attached a seminar from the Dept. of Physical Electronics for your information . Thank you, ** *The seminar will take place on Thursday 7 October 2010, at 15:00, Room 206, * * Wolfson Faculty of Engineering, Mechanical Eng. **bldg**., Tel-Aviv University* *Physical Electronics Dept. SEMINAR ** * *Chromatic considerations in the design of high* *resolution imaging systems with Extended Depth of Field* *Benjamin Milgrom* PhD. Student under the supervision of *Prof. Emanuel Marom and Dr. Michael A. Golub*** * * In recent years there is an increasing demand for imaging systems with high end specifications on image quality along with the need to extend the depth of field. Digital cameras and imaging devices are nowadays integral parts of communication systems such as closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance systems and cell-phones, barcode readers, iris recognition devices, etc. Typically imaging systems design targets aberration correction and image resolution over required field of view whereas an issue of depth of image field remains unattended. However there are a lot of imaging applications where the extended depth of field in object and image space is strongly required. The main part of the seminar deals with theoretical considerations and engineering methods for substantial increasing the depth of field of incoherent broad spectrum imaging systems, while keeping quite high resolution, contrast and light throughput. Results on combination of image fusion and extension of the depth of field are presented. It is shown that achieved extension of the field of view substantially releases tolerances for longitudinal positioning of the object, lenses and image sensor without a substantial reduction of the image quality and resolution. The novel approaches presented cover theoretical considerations, computer simulations as well as experimental results
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