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05/22 Tune in at 6 am Pacific / 9 am Eastern on May 12 to hear about some exciting new results from the EHT!

08/22 Caltech is hosing the International Conference on Computational Photography (ICCP) this year on August 1-3! Check out the following link for information on how to attend and submit your work: https://iccp2022.iccp-conference.org/.

05/22 alpha-Deep Probabilistic Inference (alpha-DPI): efficient uncertainty quantification from exoplanet astrometry to black hole feature extraction accepted for publication in ApJ. Check out the arXiv preprint.

04/22 Deep Radio Interferometric Imaging with POLISH: DSA-2000 and weak lensing accepted for publication in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Main Journal. Check out the arXiv preprint.

03/22 Gravitationally Lensed Black Hole Emission Tomography accepted to CVPR 2022. Check out the website containing the paper, code, and a video explanation.

03/22 Visual Vibration Tomography accepted to CVPR 2022 as an Oral. Check out the website containing the paper and a video explanation.

10/21 Prof. Bouman awarded the Royal Photographic Society Progress Medal.

10/21 End-to-End Sequential Sampling and Reconstruction for MR Imaging awarded Best Paper at ML4H Conference 2021. Check out the website containing the paper, code, and a video explanation.

09/21 DeepGEM: Generalized Expectation-Maximization for Blind Inversion accepted for publication at NeurIPS 2021. Check out the website containing the paper, code, and a video explanation.

07/21 Inference of Black Hole Fluid-Dynamics from Sparse Interferometric Measurements accepted for publication at ICCV 2021. Check out the website containing the paper, code, and a video explanation.

07/21 Measurement-Robust Control Barrier Functions: Certainty in Safety with Uncertainty in State accepted for publication at IROS 2021. [Paper]

07/21 Event Horizon Telescope observations of the jet launching and collimation in Centaurus A accepted for publication in Nature Astronomy. [Paper]

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The Computational Cameras Group at Caltech is dedicated to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are a community that values and celebrates differences among our members and we strive to create an equitable and inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds.