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Seeing the Future with Imaging Science: Interdisciplinary Research Team Summaries List of Imaging Science Webcast Tutorials Stochastic Models of Objects, Images and Imaging Systems Webcast Released: September 9, 2010 Harrison H. Barrett Regents Professor University of Arizona Task-Based Assessment of Image Quality Webcast Released: September 9, 2010 Matthew A. Kupinski Associate Professor University of Arizona Imaging Exoplanets Webcast Released: September 16, 2010 Peter R. Lawson Chief Technologist, NASA’s Exoplanet Exploration Program Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Statistical Image Models: Engineering, Perception and Neurobiology Webcast Released: September 16, 2010 Eero P. Simoncelli Professor of Neural Science, Mathematics and Psychology New York University
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Seeing the Future with Imaging Science: Interdisciplinary Research Team Summaries Using Challenge Problems to Advance the Development of Face Recognition Algorithms Webcast Released: September 23, 2010 P. Jonathon Phillips Electronic Engineer National Institute of Standards and Technology Multimodal Functional Neuroimaging Webcast Released: October 7, 2010 Bruce R. Rosen Professor of Radiology Harvard Medical School Professor of Health Services and Technology Harvard Medical School—Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Division of Health Sciences and Technology Principles of Adaptive Optics Webcast Released: October 28, 2010 Richard G. Paxman Chief Scientist and Founder Diversity Imaging Department General Dynamics—Advanced Information Systems All tutorials are available at www.keckfutures.org.