Kondo Assi

My research interests lie in the field of computational optical imaging; a multidisciplinary research area at the intersection of physics (optics), materials science, (applied) mathematics, electrical engineering and computer science.

Computational imaging aims to recover the information of interest about a physical object from optical measurements through advanced data processing algorithms.

My research focuses on developing new computational methods for the reconstruction of the three-dimensional refractive index distribution and 3D shape of microscopic objects from noisy measurements of scattered fields produced when the object is illuminated by an incident light wave.

Contact Kondo at kondo [dot] assi at-sign ronininstitute /dot/ org