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Tamás Budavári received NSF Grant to Develop Image Processing Strategies for Repeated Observations

Dr. Tamás Budavári, a faculty member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, has received an NSF Astronomy and Astrophysics Research Grant (AAG) to develop new image processing strategies for repeated observations. His work with graduate student Matthias Lee promises to provide never-before-seen high-resolution photos and high-quality measurements for legacy datasets as well as next-generation time-domain surveys.

http://idies.jhu.edu/news/tamas-budavari-receives-nsf-grant-to-develop-image-processing-strategies-for-repeated-observations

 

Did you know that stars twinkle due to turbulence in the Earth’s atmosphere? We use repeated exposures to simultaneously infer the latent image of the sky and characterize the blur in each observation.

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