MIT.nano Seminar: Flat imaging—Jan. 24

Please join us for the January MIT.nano Seminar Series:

J.P. Laine, PhD

Division Leader for Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT)

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Date: Monday, January 24, 2022
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Location: Zoom webinar; register to receive the link.


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This presentation will review recent published developments in advanced imaging technology research. In particular, the talk will focus on complex camera design hierarchies enabled, or assisted by, computational techniques. By use of specific case examples, we will discuss goals of imaging R&D including modifications to the traditional camera parameter relationships between performance, SWaP, etc. Unique imaging constraints will be examined by comparing existing solutions to ongoing research. This talk is accessible to both experienced and novice practitioners.


Dr. J.P. Laine is the division leader for Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) at Draper where he manages the development of advanced PNT technology solutions, as well as optical sensor systems. Dr. Laine has held technical leadership roles on a variety of programs related to PNT, imaging, and free-space/guided-wave optics. Dr. Laine is the author of many patents and scientific papers in the field of optical sensing.