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July 6, 2017

Work by Professor Stanley Chan chosen for ACM Computing Reviews' 21st Annual Best of Computing Notable Books and Articles

Professor Stanley Chan
Professor Stanley Chan
His article is titled "Image Reconstruction and Threshold Design for Quanta Image Sensors". The ACM Computing Reviews is a monthly journal disseminating selected sets of papers in the computing literature. The 2016 Notable Books and Articles list consists of books and papers nominated from Computing Reviews reviewers, Computing Reviews category editors, editors in chief of journals, and others in the community. There were 231 items selected for the honor in 2016.
An article by Professor Stanley Chan has been chosen for ACM Computing Reviews' 21st Annual Best of Computing Notable Books and Articles. The ACM Computing Reviews is a monthly journal disseminating selected sets of papers in the computing literature. The 2016 Notable Books and Articles list consists of books and papers nominated from Computing Reviews reviewers, Computing Reviews category editors, editors in chief of journals, and others in the community. There were 231 items selected for the honor in 2016. Other papers on the list include the best papers in IEEE CVPR, NIPS, IJCV, IEEE Trans Information Theory, etc.
 
The article is titled "Image Reconstruction and Threshold Design for Quanta Image Sensors", which was also awarded the Best Paper Award in IEEE ICIP 2016. The co-author of the paper is PhD student Omar Elgendy.
 
Details of the project and the paper can be found at Prof Chan’s group website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/ChanGroup/