On Imaging Methods of Material Structures with Different Boundary Conditions.
Xiuzhu YE (Beihang University, Beijing, China)
March 10, 2017 — 10:30 — Location: Salle du conseil du L2S
This talk is about the two-dimensional inverse scattering problems for different kinds of boundary conditions. Firstly, we propose a perfect electric conductor (PEC) inverse scattering approach, which is able to reconstruct PEC objects of arbitrary number and shape without requiring prior information on the approximate locations or the number of the unknown scatterers. Secondly, the modeling scheme of the T-matrix method is introduced to solve the challenging problem of reconstructing a mixture of both PEC and dielectric scatterers together. Then the method is further extended to the case of scatterers with four boundary conditions together. Last, we propose a method to solve the dielectric and mixed boundary through-wall imaging problem. Various numerical simulations and experiments are carried out to validate the proposed methods.
Xiuzhu YE was born in Heilongjiang, China, in December 1986. She received the Bachelor degree of Communication Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, China, in July 2008 and the Ph.D. degree from the National University of Singapore, Singapore, in April 2012. From February 2012 to January 2013, she worked in the Department E.C.E., National University of Singapore, as a Research Fellow. Currently, she is Assistant Professor in the School of Electronic and Information Engineering of the Beihang University. She has been and is engaged under various guises with Ecole Centrale de Pékin (ECPK) also. She is presently benefiting from an invited professorship position at University Paris-Sud and later this Summer 2017 she will be benefiting from an invited professorship position at CentraleSupélec, both within the Laboratoire des Signaux et Systèmes, jointly Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), CentraleSupélec, and Université Paris- Sud, Université Paris-Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France. Her current research interest mainly includes fast algorithms in solving inverse scattering problems, near field imaging, biomedical imaging, and antenna designing.