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PIERS 2014 in Guangzhou, China, 25-28 August, 2014

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PIERS2014 Guangzhou Focus/Special Sessions  
3_FocusSession.SC3: Real-time High-speed Measurements for Communication, Biomedical & Industrial Appl.
Organized by Prof. Bahram Jalali (University of California at Los Angeles, USA), Dr. Chao Wang (University of Kent, UK), and Dr. Mohammad H. Asghari (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
Session's Information:
The motivation for this Focused Session is to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas among a diverse group of researchers, with a common focus on new interesting real-time high-throughput detection methods for applications in data communication, reflectometry, biological screening and machine vision. In many of these applications, signals and phenomena of interest tend to be random and low probability, and occur on time scales that are too fast to be sampled and digitized in real time, and at throughputs that challenge the state-of-the-art storage and processing technologies. It is therefore desirable to develop new concepts for real-time instruments that are able to capture fast non-repetitive events in real-time, and at the same time, to manage the vast volume of data produced by such instruments. Authors are invited to contribute submissions that deal with the challenges of ultrafast real-time sensing, data acquisition, data compression and representation.
Submissions of short abstracts up to 500 words are welcome on relevant topics including but not limited to: 1. Real-time and high-throughput instruments; 2. Ultrafast complex-field optical signal characterization; 3. Time stretch techniques; 4. Real-time data compression; 5. Ultrafast optical signal processing; 6. Wideband analog to digital conversion.
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