Since 1945, the LRSL, renamed ISL in 1959, maintained a leading position in the domain of high-speed phenomenon. In the beginning of the 60's, the invention of the laser was a true revolution that permits the emergence of new techniques like holography and interferometric holography. With the introduction of semiconductor lasers, ISL has a leading position on range-gated active imaging and deploys a significant research effort in a new emerging domain: computational imaging which includes scientific thematic such as see around the corner, compressed sensing or imaging with multiple scattered photons.
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