Amit Ashok is an assistant professor with the College of Optical Sciences and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Arizona. His research focus is in the areas of computational imaging, inverse problems, statistical inference as it relates to image science. He is also interested in adaptation in imaging system design to incorporate active learning techniques to lead to smart imagers and sensors.
X-ray measurement model and information-theoretic system metric incorporating material variability (Conference Presentation)
Lessons learned in the execution of advanced x-ray material discrimination (Conference Presentation)
Adaptive x-ray threat detection using sequential hypotheses testing with fan-beam experimental data (Conference Presentation)
Creating an experimental testbed for information-theoretic analysis of architectures for x-ray anomaly detection
Information-theoretic analysis of x-ray photoabsorption based threat detection system for check-point