We warmly welcome Michael Crawford, Ziping Liu join our lab as new Ph.D. students. Michael won the Winkelman and Kohr Graduate Fellowships, and Ziping won the Perry Fellowship.
Xia has successfully accomplished his Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship. He has one journal paper finished and the paper is currently under review.
The following paper was highlighted by OSA Optics InfoBase as "Image of the Week", June 12, 2017. Congrats.
J. Dai and S. Zhang, "Absolute three-dimensional shape measurement with a known object," Opt. Express, 25(9), 10384-10396 (2017); (Cover feature) (Image of the Week, June 12, 2017, OSA Optics InfoBase); doi: 10.1364/OE.25.010384
Tyler successfully passed his Qualifying Exams, congratulations!
Beiwen successfully passed his Ph.D. defense and will start at Iowa State University as an tenure-track assistant professor in fall semester, Congratulations Professor/Dr. Li!
Yatong Won the very competitive SPIE Educational Scholarship, congrats!
The following paper was feature on the cover of Optics Express (Vol. 25, No. 9, 2017). Congrats!
J. Dai and S. Zhang, "Absolute three-dimensional shape measurement with a known object," Opt. Express, 25(9), 10384-10396 (2017); (Cover feature); (Image of the Week, June 12, 2017, OSA Optics InfoBase); doi: 10.1364/OE.25.010384
Chufan, Jae-sang, and Yatong all delivered outstanding research presentations at SPIE DCS conference held in Anaheim, CA. Congrats!
Beiwen received a tenure-track assistant professor position from Iowa State University! He will the first PhD student from our lab to become a professor in US. Congratulations!
Congrats Ziping for winning the competitive Ross Fellowship from Purdue University! Ziping has decided to join our lab as a Direct PhD student starting in the fall semester, Welcome!
Prof. Zhang won the CoE Early Career Research Excellence Award, Purdue University
Sensing and Perception for Autonomous and Networked Robotics
Submission deadline: Feb. 1, 2017
Sensing and Perception Systems for Intelligent Manufacturing
Submission deadline: March 1, 2016
Our lab won an approximately $800K grant from National Institute of Justice to develop novel 3D imaging system for capturing shoe and tire impressions.
Purdue: New portable, user-friendly crime-scene forensics tech will take high-resolution 3-D images of shoeprints, tire tracks in snow and soil
Photonics: User Friendly Crime Scene Forensics for Snow and Soil
Forensic Magazine: New Portable Forensic Tech Captures Shoe Prints Instantly in 3-D
Homeland Security News: New 3-D crime-scene forensics technology
Indiana 105.5 FM: Purdue Researchers Working on 3D Forensics Technology
Inverse: Purdue Made a Tool to Create 3D Images From Shoe Prints
LabManager: New Portable Crime-Scene Forensics Tech Makes It Easier to Image Evidence in Snow and Soil
All3dp :3D Forensics Capture Shoe Prints Instantly in Three Dimensions
Micro fabricator: 3D Forensics Capture Shoe Prints Instantly in Three Dimensions
TechXplore: High-resolution 3-D images of shoeprints, tire tracks in snow and soil for crime-scene forensics
WakeRadio: Purdue Researchers Working on 3D Forensics Technology
XRock1039: Purdue Researchers Working on 3D Forensics Technology
WLFI: Purdue developed tech could play vital role in crime scene forensics
Napo Tech News: Purdue-developed know-how might play a must have function in crime-scene forensics
In Chinese (中文)
Chufan and Jaesang have successfully passed qual exams! Chufan receive perfect (100%) scores on both math and control area exams, and Jaesang received perfect score (100%) on mechanics area exam. Congratulations!
Ziping received the Bottomley Undergraduate Research Scholarship from Purdue University, Congrats!
Beiwen received his Lambert Teaching Fellow and Prof. Zhang won Discovery in Mechanical Engineering Award, Congrats!
High-Speed 3D Imaging with Digital Fringe Projection Techniques (Optical Sciences and Applications of Light)
This book covers the basic principle of digital fringe projection techniques and how to develop digital fringe projection systems for 3D shape measurements. It mainly serves as an introductory reference book but shows perspective on the future of technology advancements.
Together with Profs. Cappelleri and Ramani, Prof. Zhang won a $1M NSF grant (https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1637961&HistoricalAwards=false).
Beiwen won School of Mechanical Engineering Lambert Graduate Teaching Fellowship, whose mission is to train future academic professors, Congrats!