Print PageEmail Page

Photos from SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing 2016

Also visit the SPIE DCS news page

 

'Best Defense show in years'

SPIE DCS Expo 2016 SPIE DCS Expo 2016
SPIE DCS Expo 2016 SPIE DCS Expo 2016
SPIE DCS Expo 2016 SPIE DCS Expo 2016
SPIE DCS Expo 2016 SPIE DCS Expo 2016
SPIE DCS Expo 2016 SPIE DCS Expo 2016
SPIE DCS Expo 2016 SPIE DCS Expo 2016
SPIE DCS Expo 2016 SPIE DCS Expo 2016
SPIE DCS Expo 2016 SPIE DCS Expo 2016
Kentek at the SPIE DCS Expo SPIE DCS Expo Kentek at the SPIE DCS Expo

 

Awards by conferences honor outstanding work

 

Fumio Okano Best 3D Paper Prize

Toyohiko Yatagai, Yi-Pai Huang, Manuel Martinez-Corral and Bahram Javidi
From left are SPIE Immediate Past President Toyohiko
Yatagai
(Utsunomiya University), with Yi-Pai Huang,
Manuel Martinez-Corral, and Bahram Javidi.

The 2015 Fumio Okano Best 3D Paper Prizes were presented Monday by conference chairs Bahram Javidi and Jung-Young Son in the conference on Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display. The award is sponsored by NHK-ES and presented annually in memory of Dr. Fumio Okano in recognition of his enduring contributions to the field of 3D TV and display.

Winning papers were:

First place: “Three-dimensional microscopy through liquid-lens axial scanning,” Ana Doblas, Emilio Sánchez-Ortiga, Genaro Saavedra, Jorge Sola-Pikabea, Manuel Martínez-Corral, Universitat de València; and Po-Yuan Hsieh, Yi-Pai Huang, National Chiao Tung University.

Second place: “Lightfield superresolution through turbulence,” Juan Trujillo-Sevilla, Juan José Fernández-Valdivia, Universidad de La Laguna; Luis Rodríguez-Ramos, Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias; Óscar Cárdenes, José Marichal-Hernández, Universidad de La Laguna; Bahram Javidi, University of Connecticut; and José Rodríguez Ramos, Universidad de La Laguna and ITB-CIBICAN.

Third place: “Integral imaging acquisition and processing for human gesture recognition,” Filiberto Pla, Pedro Latorre-Carmona, Eva Salvador-Balaguer, Universitat Jaume I; and Bahram Javidi, University of Connecticut.

Below, conference attendees gather for a group photo.

3D Imaging, Visulization, and Design conference attendees

 

Eric A. Lehrfeld Award

Edward Carapezza and George Cybenko
Edward Carapezza and George Cybenko

George Cybenko, Dorothy and Walter Gramm Professor of Engineering, Dartmouth College, was presented Tuesday afternoon with the 2016 Eric A. Lehrfeld Award, by Edward Carapezza, EMC Consulting, in the conference on Sensors, and Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence Technologies for Homeland Security, Defense, and Law Enforcement Applications. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to global homeland security commemorating the victims of the 9/11 attacks on America, as a reminder and inspiration to all to apply technology to better secure our homelands.

Cybenko is “very well respected in the field,” Carapezza said, and “long overdue to get an award like this."

Cybenko received the award recognition of his work in cyber security including developing algorithms, analysis techniques, and tools to improve the state of the art in many areas, including computational behavior analysis, adversarial deception detection and dynamics, disclosure risk, and covert channels, and for his efforts in support of the SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing symposium.

 

Thermosense Best Paper Awards

Awards were presented by conference chair Joseph Zalameda of NASA Langley Research Center and conference co-chair Paolo Bison, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, in the Thermosense conference.

Arantza Mendioroz (Universidad del País Vasco) accepted the 2016 Best Paper Award for “Application of burst vibrothermography to characterize vertical cracks” (9861-12). Coauthors are Ricardo Celorrio, Universidad de Zaragoza; Angel Cifuentes, Instituto Politecnico Nacional; and Agustin Salazar, Universidad del País Vasco.

Giovanni Ferrarini, Università degli Studi di Padova, accepted the 2016 Best Student Paper Award for “Automatic thermographic scanning with the creation of 3D panoramic views of buildings” (9861-30). Coauthors are Alessandro Bortolin and Gianluca Cadelano, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche.

Giovanni Ferrarini, Elliott Rittenberg and Joseph Zalameda Paolo Bison, Arantza Mendioroz and Danielle St. Onge
From left, Giovanni Ferrarini, Elliott
Rittenberg
of award sponsor
IRCameras, and Joseph Zalameda.
From left, Paolo Bison, Arantza Mendioroz,
and Danielle St. Onge
of award sponsor FLIR Systems.

 

Welcome -- in the Orioles' house

SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing welcome reception
SPIE DCS welcome reception SPIE DCS welcome reception
Brian Culshaw, Bob Lieberman, Andy Brown, Peter Hallett, Christopher Baldwin SPIE DCS welcome reception
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensings
Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing

 

Pub crawl fills the hall

SPIE DCS Expo pub crawl
Defense + Commercial Sensing Defense + Commercial Sensing
Defense + Commercial Sensing Defense + Commercial Sensing

 

Posters, refreshments, and connections

SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing

 

VIP networking party celebrates the event's 40-year anniversary

John Pellegrino, Bahram Javidi Paul McManamon, Gary Spiegel, Jason Eichenholz, Eugene Arthurs
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing
SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing

 

Can't complain about the weather

Cherry blossoms frame Baltimore's Inner Harbor
Cherry blossoms frame a view of the USS Constellation in Baltimore's Inner Harbor
on Sunday afternoon, as the conference week begins with flawless spring weather.

 


All photos © SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, except where noted.

Contributors: Emily Berkson, Amy Nelson, Adam Resnick

SPIE Defense and Commercial Sensing

17-21 April 2016
Baltimore, Maryland, USA

 


 

Click below or browse at left:

'Best Defense show in years'

Awards by conferences honor outstanding work

Welcome -- in the Orioles' house

Pub crawl fills the hall

Posters, refreshments, and connections

VIP networking party celebrates the event's 40-year anniversary

Can't complain about the weather

 


 

Download your free Conference and Exhibition App (iPhone and Android)

Download the free
Conference and Exhibition App
for iOS or Android.

 


 

Join the conversation
on social media:

#SPIEDCS

Twitter @SPIEtweets Instagram @SPIEphotonics Facebook SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics