Optical computing, computational and compressive sensing, multi-mode optical communications, quantum key distribution, optical orbital angular momentum, optical devices and systems, 3D optics, optical applications of information theory, and multi-domain optimization
Optical devices and systems, signal processing and communications, and neural networks and compressive sensing
Mark Neifeld received his PhD.. from Caltech in 1991, and has since been a faculty member in the electrical and computer engineering and optical sciences. He recently was a program manager at DARPA/DSO where he started programs on quantum information, compressive sensing, and computational imaging. He is a Fellow of OSA and SPIE and a senior member of IEEE.
Professor Neifeld has coauthored more than 120 journal articles and 250 conference papers in the general areas of optical physics and engineering. Further, he was a two-term topical editor, and a three-time guest editor of special issues, for Applied Optics. He has served on the organizing committees of numerous conferences and symposia.