The very recent years have seen a perceptible increase in scientific publications making use of images produced by near-infrared long-baseline interferometry. The technique has reached, at last, a technical maturity level that opens new avenues for numerous astrophysical topics requiring milli-arcsecond model-independent imaging.
We have organized a workshop to gather together optical interferometry experts, image reconstruction specialists and astrophysicists with little or no interferometry background in order to demonstrate, by the facts, that optical long baseline interferometers can or will soon provide astrophysically meaningful images.
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The content of this workshop will not be edited in proceedings, but the reviews, models and the original results that were obtained will be wrapped up in a common refereed paper. This paper will be posted on this website as soon as it is in press.