Single-pixel imaging (also referred to as ghost imaging in some cases) has evolved as an interesting alternative to focal-plane detector arrays. While detector arrays remain relevant and effective, the advantages of single-pixel systems cannot be denied. The advantages of wavelength independence and the ability to achieve compressed sensing in a multitude of domains open up avenues of research previously not accessible due to costs or systems’ complexity.
In our research, we are interested in exploring different patterns sets and setups to achieve high-resolution imaging, while investigating the applications of these systems to different research and real-world problems.
Relevant Publications and Datasets
Kallepalli A., Viani L., Stellinga D., Rotunno E., Sun M-J., Bowman R., Rosi P., Frabboni S., Balboni R., Migliori A., Grillo V., Padgett M. J.
Computational ghost imaging for transmission electron microscopy (2022)
Kallepalli A., Stellinga D., Sun M-J., Bowman R., Rotunno E., Grillo V., Padgett M. J.
Ghost imaging with electron microscopy inspired, non-orthogonal phase masks (2021)
Kallepalli A. et al., Single-pixel imaging pattern sets and their implications on scene reconstruction. Proc. SPIE 11881, Quantum Technology: Driving Commercialisation of an Enabling Science II, 118810X (6 October 2021); DOI: 10.1117/12.2601228
Kallepalli A., Innes J., Padgett M. J, Compressed sensing in the far-field of the spatial light modulator in high noise conditions. Scientific Reports 11, 17460 (2021); DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-97072-2
Kallepalli A., and Padgett M. J. (2021); Single-pixel imaging and compressed sensing in the far-field of the spatial light modulator, University of Glasgow, DOI: 10.5525/gla.researchdata.1133