Project Highlights

What is Computational Imaging?


06/22 Check out the CVPR tutorial “Computational Imaging for Science: From Cells to Galaxies” on June 19, co-organized by Avaid Levis

06/22 Our work BH-NeRF is featured in the latest Caltech EAS Tech Brief: Bringing a New Dimension into Black Hole Imaging

05/22 The first image of the Milky Way’s black hole has been released! Check out Caltech’s press release and this webpage for more info.

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:

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.


Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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.