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Gisele Bennett

Prof. Gisele  Bennett

Associate VP Research, Faculty Interaction
Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory
Georgia Institute of Technology

925 Dalney St

Atlanta GA 30332
United States

tel: +1.404.407.6155
fax: +1.404.407.9155
E-mail: gisele.bennett@gtri.gatech.edu

Area of Expertise

Coherence imaging, superresolution, management of technology, RFID

Biography

Dr. Bennett received her BSEE and MSEE from the University of Central Florida and a PhD in Electrical Engineering and certificate in Management of Technology from Georgia Tech. Her research interests include coherence theory applications to optical imaging systems, scattering and propagation, and RFID. She is a topical editor for Applied Optics, and column contributor for SPIE Professional. She holds patents in RFID and Container Security and has a Copyright on a computer model for Wave Propagation through the atmosphere. She has served as a reviewer for NIH and NSF proposals and numerous referred journals. She is a senior member of IEEE and OSA, a member of SPIE, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Eta kappa Nu . She is one of ten fellows chosen for Georgia Tech's University Leadership program. She has over 85 publications in books or book chapters, refereed journals, technical reports, and workshops.

Lecture Title(s)

Superresolution imaging systems: Superresolution imaging is a term that has been used for various meanings and has been under debate by the algorithm and optics communities. The debate even extends beyond the definition to the spelling of including the hyphen between super and resolution or not. I will review the approaches to superresolution from a coherence imaging approach to exceeding the classical diffraction limit. Of course with most systems, to gain in one parameter usually means a compromise in some other feature. I will show that coherence analysis to an optical system provides insights that would otherwise not be obvious.

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