Miniworkshop on Deconvolution of SXT Images
Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii
2680 Woodlawn Drive, Honolulu HI 96822 USA
(Near but off the main Manoa campus)
Please check out IfA's collection
For those taking a cab, the IfA address is
2680 Woodlawn Drive.
We are across the street from Noelani Elementary School and just behind
Manoa Marketplace shopping center.
There is also a map of lunch places (PDF
- January 18-19, 2001, beginning at 9:00 am
The plenary sessions will be in the auditorium, on the second floor of C
building, just across the hall from the Director's office.
For working, we will have the Visitors office, C216, which is close to the
auditorium, as well as a group of offices in the solar area, on the first
floor of B building.
If you bring a car, you will need a visitor's tag to avoid tickets in the
IfA lot. See Jill or the receptionist.
We have a reservation for dinner at 7:30 pm on Thursday. A description is
at the Web site linked here. People
may be jet lagged or tired, but we are ready for those who are interested.
Downtown is a few miles from the hotel, so we can carpool.
A list of
participants, both confirmed and possible is being assembled.
We have a preferred rate at a Waikiki
DEADLINE: December 4, 2000.
Introductory letter, courtesy of Loren Acton.
This page includes links to some example datasets,
with brief explanations of the images.
If you plan to present a de-scattering program, please apply it to one of
these datasets so that we can compare the results of the different
Please notify us if your program cannot be applied to any of the datasets
page of 1-2 paragraph summaries of the different approaches to PSF
submitted by workshop attendees. Please submit your abstract to
David McKenzie so that it can be linked here. Also,
please indicate if you will require any projection equipment. An LCD
projector will be available.
A list of references to previous work, both published and
informal, is being assembled. This list
includes pertinent SHOW_PIX entries.
Contributions always welcome.
Last modified 02/09/2001, by David McKenzie