Research seminars and presentations
The following are slides of informal seminars I've given at Maynooth. They act as summaries of several research projects.
- Departmental Seminar, CS, NUIM, 25 February 2002. "Digital holography for three-dimensional imaging"
- Research Summary Presentation, CS, NUIM, 24 July 2001. "From Natural computation to digital holography (in 20 minutes)"
- Departmental Seminar, CS, NUIM, 12 February 2001. "How large can a coherent acousto-optic matrix-vector multiplier be constructed?"
- Departmental Seminar, CS, NUIM, 6 December 1999. "A model of computation for Fourier optical processors"
- Departmental Seminar, CS, NUIM, 25 January 1999. "Church of the Millennium"
- Departmental Seminar, CS, NUIM, January 1998. "Two easy pieces"
- University Open Day, NUIM, October 1997. "Joint transform correlation"
- University Open Day, NUIM, October 1997. "Single layer perceptron training on a reconfigurable optical processor"
- Departmental Seminar, CS, NUIM, December 1996. "Multiplying light by sound"
The following conference presentations contain material not summarised by the above slides.
- IEEE LEOS, Glasgow, 11 November 2002. "Efficient compression of digital holograms for Internet transmission of three-dimensional images"
- SPIE ITCom, Boston, 31 July 2002. "Three-dimensional object reconstruction using phase-only information from a digital hologram"
- SPIE, San Diego, 1 August 2000. "Continuous-space model of computation is Turing universal"
- Optics in Computing, Quebec, 19 June 2000. "Fourier optical limits of coherent acousto-optic matrix-vector processor"
- OESI/IMVIP, September 1998. "Improved joint transform correlator performance through spectral domain thresholding"
- IOP Acousto-optic Components and Techniques, London, May 1997. "Development of a reconfigurable acousto-optic computing platform to train large-scale neural networks"