The Computational Imaging Lab at UC Berkeley develops new methods for computational optical imaging. This new generation of cameras integrates computers as a part of the imaging system, whereby the optical setup and post‐processing algorithms are designed simultaneously. For example, one can capture intentionally out‐of‐focus images and digitally refocus them, or recover 3D information from 2D images by using coherent illumination with digital holographic reconstruction. Specifically, we focus on imaging and computational methods using wave-optical effects which have many degrees of freedom (e.g. wavelength, coherence, nonlinearity).
Our research is inherently interdisciplinary, drawing from expertise in optics, signal processing and computer science, with broad applications in bioimaging, defense, physical science and industrial inspection. Please see our research page for more information. Fiat Lux!
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