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Astronomy

Carbon nanotube optical mirrors (J. Astron. Telesc. Instrum. Syst.; 2014)

Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) (Proceedings of SPIE; 2014)

Biomedical Optics & Medical Imaging

Optical coherence tomography today: speed, contrast, and multimodality (J. Biomedical Optics; 2014)

Integrated optical waveguide and nanoparticle based label-free molecular biosensing concepts (Proceedings of SPIE; 2014)

Communications & Information Technology

Mid-infrared integrated optics: versatile hot embossing of mid-infrared glasses for on-chip planar waveguides for molecular sensing (Optical Engineering; 2014)

Six microelectrodes assembly for tunable optical fibers (Proceedings of SPIE; 2014)

Defense & Security

Artificial target detection with a hyperspectral LiDAR over 26-h measurement (Optical Engineering; 2015)

Underwater optical communications with a single photon-counting system (Proceedings of SPIE; 2014)

Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing

Viewing zone of an autostereoscopic display with a directional backlight using a convex lens array (J. Electronic Imaging; 2014)

Light field display simulation for light field quality assessment (Proceedings of SPIE; 2015)

Energy

Perovskites: transforming photovoltaics, a mini-review (J. Photonics for Energy; 2015)

Broadband vibration energy harvesting using triboelectric mechanism (Proceedings of SPIE; 2014)

Lasers

Fundamental mechanisms of laser-induced damage in optical materials: today’s state
of understanding and problems
(Optical Engineering; 2014)

Electrically tunable fiber-integrated Yb-doped laser covering 74 nm based on a fiber Bragg grating array (Proceedings of SPIE; 2015)

Light Sources & Illumination

Transparent electrodes for organic optoelectronic devices: a review (J. Photonics for Energy; 2014)

Performance optimization of MOPA pre-pulse LPP light source (Proceedings of SPIE; 2015)

Lithography & Microelectronics

Exploiting sub-20-nm complementary metal-oxide semiconductor technology challenges to design affordable systems-on-chip (J. Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS; 2015)

Alternative materials for high-numerical aperture extreme ultraviolet lithography mask stacks (Proceedings of SPIE; 2015)

Metrology

Phase error elimination considering gamma nonlinearity, system vibration, and noise for fringe projection profilometry (Optical Engineering; 2014)

Characterization techniques for semiconductors and nanostructures: a review of recent advances (Proceedings of SPIE; 2015)

Nanotechnology

Review of mid-infrared plasmonic materials (J. Nanophotonics; 2015)

Polarization sensitive beam bending using a spatially-variant photonic crystal (Proceedings of SPIE; 2015)

Optics

Lensless imaging for wide field of view(Optical Engineering; 2015)

Lytro camera technology: theory, algorithms, performance analysis (Proceedings of SPIE; 2013)

Remote Sensing

Target detection in synthetic aperture radar imagery: a state-of-the-art survey (J. Applied Remote Sensing; 2013)

SkySat-1: very high-resolution imagery from a small satellite (Proceedings of SPIE; 2014)

Sensors

Development of quantum well, quantum dot, and type II superlattice infrared photodetectors (J. Applied Remote Sensing; 2014)

In-line high-speed all-fiber polarimeter with true real-time acquisition for sensor systems based on fast polarization rotation
(Proceedings of SPIE; 2014)

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