Imaging Lunch: Understanding Image Acquisition
Our team of experts from the Image Analysis Hub will illustrate the basics of scientific image acquisition, working live around a real scientific camera.
They will teach attendees a simple but robust model of how an entire camera system works, which can be used to interpret most imaging systems. They will define resolution and pixel size, discuss the hardware of the pixelated light sensor, gain, colour imaging, saturation, the sources of poisson and gaussian noise in the system, readout times, optics and sources of blur.
The objective is to give attendees insights and resources on how to think critically about most types of image acquisition systems and make basic hardware selection choices.
About the Imaging Lunches: Once per month, the EPFL Center for Imaging organises an event dedicated to all PhD students and postdocs working with/in imaging. Discuss the latest advances in imaging. Connect with imaging peers. Learn about popular imaging tools!
More information on the EPFL Center for Imaging: imaging.epfl.ch
- General public
- Registration required
- This event is internal
- EPFL Center for Imaging