NCSU Image Processing Workshop 2013
Date: Friday, January 4, 2013
Location: Hill Library, 1st floor Learning Commons "Presentation Practice Room"
We are hosting a one-day workshop where grad students and postdocs can share their image-processing techniques with each other in an informal setting. Participants are invited to make a short (10 minute) presentation on an image-processing technique they use in their work, or an even shorter (5 minute) presentation on an image-processing problem they would like to solve.
To register, send an email to Karen Daniels with your name and lab group/affiliation. If you would like to make a presentation, also send a sample image that you process and a short title. Please state whether you wish to make a 10-minute "technique" talk or a 5-minute "unsolved problem" talk. Listeners are also welcome.
9:30 Greetings & Introductions
9:45 Short talks (bring either your own laptop or a USB drive)
Casey Burleyson (MEAS): Separating Cloud and Ocean Pixels in IR Brightness Temperature Images
Lindsay Hussey (MSE): Interfaces and Dislocations in TEM/STEM Images
Matthew Miller (MEAS): Detecting Drizzle from Space: Challenges in Conditional Classification, Coregistration, and Blob Detection
Carlos Ortiz (Physics): Using the Matlab-ImageJ Interface
Andrew Hall (MEAS): TBD
11:00 Breakout groups on various themes (lines, particles, interfaces, tracking dynamics, etc)
- National Science Foundation: "Acoustic Probes of Granular States" (DMR-1206808, Daniels), "FRG: Collaborative Research: Dynamics of Thin Liquid Films: Mathematics and Experiments" (DMS-0968258, Daniels), "Collaborative Research: Intermittent and steady state processes in orographic precipitation" (ATM-0908420, Yuter)
- Department of Energy: "Collaborative Research: Cloudiness Transitions in Marine Stratocumulus Clouds Near the Azores" (DE SC0006701, Yuter)
- NASA: "The Global Characteristics of Marine Stratocumulus Clouds and Drizzle" (NNX11AE98G, Yuter)
Gallery of Images