Optical Fabrication and Testing (OF&T)

22 - 26 六月 2014
The Fairmont Orchid, Kohala Coast, Hawaii, USA

Invited Speakers

Jeffrey Kuhn, Uganda, Finding Life in the Universe: the COLOSSUS Project, Plenary

Xinbin Cheng, China, Characterization of Surface and Coating Imperfections for Advanced Laser Optics, Invited

Lee Cook, Dow Electronic Materials, United States, Control of Nanotexture and Spatial Frequency Transfer of Polishing Pad Texture to the Substrate, Invited

Angela Davies, Univ of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States, The Representations of Spatial Frequency Errors for Optical Surfaces, Invited

Dominic Doyle, European Space Agency, Netherlands, Current and Future Fabrication and Testing Challenges for European Space Optics, Invited

Paul Dumas, QED Technologies Inc, United States, Advancements in Sub-aperture Stitching and Magnetorheological Finishing for Freeform Surfaces, Invited

Jonathan Ellis, University of Rochester, United States, Non-contact, Point-to-point Methods for Measuring Freeform Optics, Invited

Chris Evans, Univ of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States, Perspectives on Uncertainty and Traceability in Optics Manufacturing, Invited

Jeremy Govier, Edmund Optics, United States, Advantages to Using Commercial Off-the-shelf Optics for Design and Manufacture of Military Products, Invited

Sebastian Heidrich, Fraunhofer ILT, Germany, Highlights of LaP 2014: 1st Conference on Laser Polishing, Aachen, Germany, 6 May 2014, Invited

Mourad Idir, Brookhaven National Laboratory, United States, A 2-D Optical Slope Measuring Tool for x-ray Mirrors” , Invited

Shengyi Li, National University of Defense Technology, China, Ion Beam Technology: Figuring, Smoothing and Adding for High-precision Optics, Invited

Hidekazu Mimura, University of Tokyo, Japan, Advanced Manufacturing of Novel Focusing Optics for X-rays, Invited

Juan Carlos Miñano, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, Fabrication and Tolerances of Optics for High Concentration Photovoltaics, Invited

Brigid Mullany, Univ of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States, Abrasive Technologies: Current Research Activities and Directions – Highlights of the 2014 ASME Conference, Invited

Stefan Nolte, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany, Ultrastable Bonding of Glass with Femtosecond Laser Pulses, Invited

Gene Olczak, ITT Space Systems Division, United States, Stitched CGH Measurements for Large Convex Aspheres, Invited

Michael Ponting, PolymerPlus LLC, United States, Nanolayered Polymeric Gradient Refractive Index Optics, Invited

Christof Pruss, Universität Stuttgart, Germany, Flexibility and Rapid Measurement: Asphere and Freeform Metrology with Tilted Wave Interferometry, Invited

Kathleen Richardson, University of Central FL-CREOL, United States, Optimization of Manufacturability of Chalcogenide Glasses for Mid-infrared Optical Components, Invited

Tayyab Suratwala, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, United States, Mechanisms and Control of Surface Figure and Roughness During Pad Polishing, Invited

Flemming Tinker, Aperture Optical Sciences, United States, The Emergence of SiC Optics in the 21st Century, Invited

Marc Tricard, Zygo Corporation, United States, Industrial Perspectives on Freeform Optics Manufacturing, Invited

Marcus Trost, Fraunhofer IOF, Germany, Evaluation of Subsurface Damage and Surface Roughness by Light Scattering Techniques, Invited

Steve West, University of Arizona, United States, Development and Results for Stressed-lap Polishing of Large Telescope Mirrors, Invited

Takashi Yatsui, University of Tokyo, Japan, Dressed Photon-Phonon Polishing for Ultra-Smooth Surfaces, Invited

Xue-Jun Zhang, Changchun Inst of Optic, Fine Mech & Phy, China, Testing and alignment strategy for large field-of-view multi-mirror telescope, Invited