MSSL Imaging Group
The Imaging group at MSSL is involved in a wide variety of research on topics ranging from machine vision and 3D Animated visualisation, Global climate and Solar-planetary weather teleconnections to planetary sciences, using both old and developing imaging science techniques.
This page last modified
30 June, 2011
New Group Members
The Imaging group would like to welcome the new Ph.D. students, Arrow Lee, Wil Poole and Daoxi Zhang to the team.
Arrow will be working on reconstructing density and motion of the Solar atmosphere and Coronal Mass Ejections from a series of stereoscopic images captured by NASAs STEREO mission.
Wil will be working on Mars surface roughness mapping using multi-resolution imaging and MOLA beam broadening, for landing site selection and the study of surface formation and evolution mechanisms.
Daoxi will be working on understanding the potential and limitations of solar-induced and laser-induced flourescent imaging of cyanobacteria in freshwater and seawater.