Special Issue "Digital Holography: Development and Application"
A special issue of Journal of Imaging (ISSN 2313-433X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 8 December 2021.
Interests: incoherent imaging; digital holography; diffractive optics; microfabrication
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Interests: computer generated holography; holographic 3D displays
Interests: tomography; quantitative phase imaging; computational optics
Journal of Imaging welcomes submissions to a feature issue on “Digital holography: Development and Application.” Digital holography, whose foundations were laid in the 20th century, has adapted and evolved into a remarkable area of research during the past few decades. The advancements in the area of signal processing, computers, computational optics, and deep learning have led to the conversion of the bulky, heavy and slow digital holographic imagers into compact, lightweight and faster ones. Consequently, digital holography has revolutionized the area of imaging and has become one of the most widely applied technologies in countless imaging systems. The principle of digital holography has been applied in data storage, 3D displays and also art.
There have been many useful Special Issues on the topic of digital holography published across various journals, and what makes this Special Issue different is that this Special Issue offers a wide scope, covering all the areas of digital holography, and also includes different types of submissions such as research, tutorials, perspectives and review articles. In addition, the Special Issue will consist of roadmap articles on incoherent imaging technologies, holographic display technologies and holographic tomography covering the latest developments, current state-of-the-art methods, challenges and future perspectives. Please contact the guest editors if you are interested in contributing to the roadmap articles on the above topics.
The Special Issue covers all the areas of digital holography including, but not limited to, incoherent imaging, Fresnel incoherent correlation holography (FINCH), optical scanning holography, coded aperture imaging, compressive sensing, holographic display technologies, fluorescence microscopy, optical instrumentation, computational optics, deep learning, computer generated holography, biomedical imaging, holographic tomography, synthetic aperture imaging, quantitative phase imaging, spectral imaging, imaging through scattering layers and turbid media, holographic optical elements, ghost imaging, metrology, 3D imaging, polarization holography and ultrafast holographic imaging technologies.
Dr. Vijayakumar Anand
Prof. Dr. Boaz Jessie Jackin
Dr. Vinoth Balasubramani
Manuscript Submission Information
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- digital holography
- incoherent imaging
- computer generated holography
- holographic tomography
- coded aperture imaging