Event Date Details:
Refreshments served at 3:15pm
- Sobel Seminar Room; South Hall 5607F
- Department Seminar Series
Abstract: Sensor array imaging in a randomly scattering medium is usually limited because coherent signals recorded by the array and coming from a reflector to be imaged are weak and dominated by incoherent signals coming from multiple scattering by the medium. Stochastic and multi-scale analysis has recently allowed for the emergence of original imaging techniques. We will see in this talk how correlation-based imaging techniques can mitigate or even sometimes benefit from the multiple scattering of waves.