The Computational Imaging Lab at Portland State University designs next generation cameras and imaging algorithms. We are a diverse team of individuals with expertise in image sensors, optics, signal processing, algorithm design, computer vision and machine learning.
(July 2023) Our work on Count-Free Single-Photon 3D Imaging received the Best Paper Award at 2023 International Conference on Computational Photography (ICCP)!
(June 2023) CASPI: Collaborative Photon Processing for Active Single-Photon Imaging (joint work with UW-Madison) was published in Nature Communications!
(May 2023) Equi-depth photon histogramming work presented at the 2023 International Image Sensor Workshop in Crieff, Scotland.
(May 2023) Webpage for Project EDPHi (Equi-Depth Photon Histograms) is live.
Single-Photon Computational Cameras
Next-Generation 3D Cameras
Resource-Efficient Computer Vision
Acquisition and processing techniques for high-speed single-photon cameras that capture scene information at nano-to-picosecond timescales
High-speed, high-resolution 3D sensing for various applications including computer vision, autonomous vehicles, industrial robotics and remote sensing
Computational camera design from the ground-up for resource-constrained computer vision applications that require low power, low bandwidth and low cost
We are located in the Department of Computer Science at Portland State University.
Department of Computer Science
Attn: Atul Ingle
Portland State University
P.O. Box 751
Portland, OR 97207-0751 USA