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Hyperspectral Imaging & Applications Conference

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PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
Prof Stephen Marshall (Chair)
Hyperspectral Imaging Centre,
University of Strathclyde
Dr Neil Clancy
(Technical Programme Organiser)
Faculty of Engineering Science,
University College London
Dr Aoife Gowen,
(Publication)
University College Dublin, Ireland
Dr Matt Gunn,
Aberystwyth University
Prof Andy Harvey
School of Physics & Astronomy,
University of Glasgow
Abi Ramanan
ImpactVision, CA, USA.
Dr Jinchang Ren (Co-Chair)
Hyperspectral Imaging Centre,
University of Strathclyde
Dr Peter Yuen
Electro-Optics, Image & Signal Processing, Centre for Electronics Warfare, Cranfield University

 

PREVIOUS EVENT
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Programme 2018


DAY 1 : WEDNESDAY – Theatre 8 Lounge North

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Registration from 08:30 and exhibition is open: 10:00 to 17:00
09:30 Introduction to meeting

SESSION 1 – Remote sensing and novel applications

09:40 KEYNOTE
Agricultural applications of hyperspectral imaging from a UAV
Dr John Kerekes, Rochester Institute of Technology-Center for Imaging Science, USA
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10:10 Automated airborne hyperspectral processing workflow
William Oxford, Chloe Barnes, Philip Ventirozos, Steve
Case and David Mothersdill, 2Excel Aviation Ltd, UK
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10:30 A fast hyperspectral hit-or-miss transform with integrated projection-based dimensionality reduction
Fraser Macfarlane, Paul Murray, Stephen Marshall and Henry White, University of Strathclyde and BAE Systems, UK
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10:50 – break
11:20 Hyperspectral imaging as a tool for assessing coral health utilising natural fluorescence
Jonathan Teague, Thomas Scott, John Day, Jack Wilians and Michael Allen, University of Bristol, SeaLife Aquarium London and Plymouth Marine Laboratory. UK
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11:40 Analysis of ageing processes of paper graphics documents with different varnishes through hyperspectral imaging
Miguel Angel Martinez-Domingo, Eva M. Valero Benito, Marta Durban Garcia, Rosario Blanc Garcia and Teresa Espejo Arias, University of Granada, Spain
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12:00 Near infrared imaging of agar on glass and plastic petri dishes: effects of sample presentation
Ana Herrero-Langreo, Gauri Ravindra Chemburkar, Amalia G.M. Scanell and Aoife Gowen, UCD School of Biosystems and Food Engineering, University College of Dublin, Ireland
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12:20 – break and exhibition

SESSION 2 – Novel Sensors

14:00 KEYNOTE
Compressive multimodal imaging systems
Dr Gonzalo Arce, University of Delaware, USA
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14:30 3D and snapshot hyperspectral cameras based on continuously variable filters
Oliver Pust and Henrik Fabricius, Delta Optical Thin Film A/S, Denmark
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14:50 Low cost hyperspectral imaging using deep learning based spectral reconstruction
Julius Tschannerl, Jinchang Ren and Stephen Marshall, University of Strathclyde, UK
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15:10 – break in the exhibition hall

SESSION 3 – Industrial

15:40 Real-time hyperspectral and multispectral Imaging – understanding the options and compromises in performance
Nick Barnett, Pro-Lite Technology Ltd, UK
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15:55 System characterization of a snapshot mosaic spectral camera for UAV applications in agriculture
Ruben Van De Vijver, Thomas Goossens, Andy Lambrechts, Chris Van Hoof, Koen Mertens, Wouter Saeys, Peter Lootens and Ben Somers, ILVO, Imec and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
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16:10 Hyperspectral imaging in cinema – resolving old problems, creating new ones
Radoslav Markov, Radoslav Corporation, Bulgaria
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16:30 Exhibition time until 17.00
19:30 Conference Dinner

DAY 2 : THURSDAY – Theatre 8 Lounge North

Registration from 08:30 and exhibition is open: 10:00 to 16:00
09:30 Introduction to day 2

SESSION 4 – Health Applications

09:40 KEYNOTE
A hyperspectral snapshot imager for the development of novel surgical applications
Sander de Jonge, Quest Research Innovations, Netherlands
10:10 Evaluation of maize ear rot pathogens with HSI
Paul Williams, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
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10:30 Hyperspectral transmission microscopy for oral cancer diagnosis
Anneliese Jarman, King’s College London, UK
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10:50 Break

SESSION 3 – Industrial – continued

11:20 Development of Standards in hyperspectral imaging: IEEE P4001 Standards Workgroup
John Gilchrist, IEEE P4001 Standards
Workgroup, UK
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11:35 Bridging research with innovative products: Specim IQ – a compact, portable VNIR hyperspectral imaging camera
Ben Parker, Ana Aranda, Jouni Jussila, Quantum Design UK and Ireland Ltd, UK and SPECIM Spectral Imaging Ltd, Finland
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11.50
Poster Session – please make your way to the poster area in the exhibition hall – poster award at 12.45
P1 Overcoming variation in airborne optical data sets via semi-supervised machine learning; a case study in tree species
Philip Ventirozos, William Oxford, Chloe Barnes, David Mothersdill, Steve Case and Nick Atkinson, 2Excel Aviation, UK
P2 Object-based forest cover change mapping using remote sensing in Nuristan Province, Afghanistan
Shogufa Popal and Satoshi Tsuyuki, Kabul University, Afganistan and The University of Tokyo, Japan
P3 Application of Hyperion data for investigating agriculture field stress to drought conditions
Soghra Andaryani, Dennis Trolle and Abolfazl Mokhtari Asl, Tabriz University, Iran. Aarhus University, Denmark and Natural Resources and Watershed Management Administration of Eastern Azarbyjan, Iran.
P4 Hyperspectral proximal sensing of a marshy area: data acquisition methods and image processing
Chiara Lanciano, Emanuele Tufarolo, Rafal Stachiewicz, Pawel Plaza and Riccardo Salvini, University of Siena, Earth and Physical Sciences and Centre of GeoTechnologies CGT, Italy. Enformatic Sp. z.o.o., Poland
P5 Quantitative detection of protein on gold surfaces using mid-infrared chemical imaging
Sindhuraj Mukherjee, Jose Á. Martínez-González and Aoife A. Gowen, University College Dublin, Ireland and ISI Pulsed Neutron & Muon Source, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
P6 Cross-sector collaboration in hyperspectral imaging trial
Áine Ní Bhreasail, Savina Carluccio and David Funchall, ARUP and IBI, UK
P7 HSI for rapid determination of fruit quality parameters
Anna Siedliska and Piotr Baranowski, Institute of Agrophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
P8 High resolution hyperspectral imaging for art conservation: the technical complexity of 600Mpixel images
John Gilchrist, Camlin Photonics, UK
P9 Comparative study of Raman imaging of dry and water immersed prostate tissue
Tiarnan Murphy, Nebras Alattar, Claudia Aura Gonzalez, Arman Rahman, William
Gallagher, William Watson and Aoife Gowen, University College Dublin, Ireland
13.00 Break and exhibiton time

SESSION 6 – Data Processing

14:00 On the use of interpolation methods in hyperspectral image analysis
Aoife Gowen, Sergey Kucheryavski and Ludovic Duponchel, University College Dublin, Ireland. Aalborg University, Denmark and Université de Lille, France
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14:20 Joint kernelized sparse representation classification for hyperspectral imagery
He Sun, Jinchang Ren, Yijun Yan, Jaime Zablaza and Stephen Marshall, University of Strathclyde, UK
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14:40 No show
15:00 Closing remarks and end of conference,
exhibition remains open until 16:00

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PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
Prof Stephen Marshall (Chair)
Hyperspectral Imaging Centre,
University of Strathclyde
Dr Neil Clancy
(Technical Programme Organiser)
Faculty of Engineering Science,
University College London
Dr Aoife Gowen,
(Publication)
University College Dublin, Ireland
Dr Matt Gunn,
Aberystwyth University
Prof Andy Harvey
School of Physics & Astronomy,
University of Glasgow
Abi Ramanan
ImpactVision, CA, USA.
Dr Jinchang Ren (Co-Chair)
Hyperspectral Imaging Centre,
University of Strathclyde
Dr Peter Yuen
Electro-Optics, Image & Signal Processing, Centre for Electronics Warfare, Cranfield University

 

PREVIOUS EVENT
Click here to download the 2016 programme.

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PAPERS PUBLICATION

Journal of Spectral Imaging

KEY DATES

13/07/2018 – Abstracts deadline (NOW CLOSED)
16/08/2018 – Notification of acceptance
12/09/2018 – Two-page abstract submission. Publication ready for proceedings
10/10/2018 – HSI Conference begins.