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Seminar: Frosted Glass Is A Multi-Purpose Optical Component: Lens, Filter And Encrypter

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Bộ môn Tin Vật lý thuộc Khoa Vật lý, trường Đại học Khoa học Tự nhiên Hà Nội trân trọng kính mời quý vị đến dự seminar đầu tiên trong tháng 1/2019 do Khoa Vật lý tài trợ
Seminar sẽ được tổ chức theo lịch như sau:
Ngày: 10/01/2019 (Thứ 5)
Giờ: từ 3 giờ 30 chiều đến 4 giờ 30 chiều
Địa điểm: Phòng 408F, nhà T1, 334 Nguyễn Trãi

Speaker: Prof. CUONG DANG (Centre for OptoElectronics and Biophotonics (COEB), School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The Photonics Institute (TPI), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

Title: Frosted Glass Is A Multi-Purpose Optical Component: Lens, Filter And Encrypter

Abstract: The scattering media such as frosted glass or biological tissue and human skin seems only diffusing light, creating random speckles, and deteriorating our visual ability as well as imaging capability. Here, we demonstrate that scattering media not only help us to take photos but also do optical filtering at the same time. More interestingly, a single piece of optical diffuser can work as multiple filters for different optical bands, enabling the simplest single-shot multispectral camera. Our findings are based on the spatial correlation and spectral decorrelation of speckle pattern generated by an optical diffuser. The spatial correlation or memory effect of an optical diffuser allows us to do imaging by deconvolution method while the spectral decorrelation is utilized for multi-band optical filters. A single shot of speckle pattern after optical diffuser is enough to capture all spatial and spectral information to construct the multispectral image of object. The memory effect of scattering diffusers is small; therefore, the field of view (FOV) is limited. We then demonstrate a spatial multiplexing technique to extend the FOV for imaging. Finally, our spatial multiplexing method with scattering media is utilized to enhance the security of optical encryption technique.


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