IODC 2017 Invited Speakers

The following authors have been invited to speak at the upcoming meeting. 

First Name Last Name Institution Country Topic
Stefan Bäumer TNO Netherlands Beyond tolerancing: integrated structural, thermal and optical performance analysis to simulate real-world performance
Pablo Benitez Limbak, Spain; Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain Spain Extreme-performance optics for Virtual Reality applications
Julie Bentley University of Rochester USA VIS-SWIR high resolution zoom inspection system
Andrea Berner Zeiss Germany An overview on induced color aberrations
Florian Bociort TU Delft Netherlands Order and reducibility in the lens design landscape
Bill Cassarly Synopsys USA Using Pinhole Images to Understand Nonimaging Optics’
Greg Forbes Scisense Australia quadrature/cubature for system assessment
John Greivenkamp University of Arizona USA Optics Goes to the Movies
Alan Greynolds retired USA Ray-pathing: A generalized extension and possible alternative to conventional ray aiming
Herbert Gross IAP University Jena Germany Systematic design of microscopic lenses
Alois Herkommer University of Stuttgart Germany Surface resolved aberration contributions in freeform optical systems
Juan Minaño Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, LPI Spain Freeform Aplanatism
Iain Neil ScotOptix Switzerland High performance front anamorphic zoom lenses employing crossed cylinder surfaces
Andrew Rakich European Southern Observatory New Zealand The control of misalignment induced  field-aberrations in a 7-channel phased-array optical telescope
Jannick Rolland University of Rochester USA
Jose Sasian University of Arizona USA Joseph Petzval lens design approach
Rainer Schuhmann Berliner Glas Germany Standards in the optical industry
Dave Shafer David Shafer Optical Design USA My 50 Years of Optical Design Using Husserl’s Phenomenology
Wolfgang Singer Zeiss Germany Tackling the challenges of fully immersive augmented reality Head worn devices
Kristina Uhlendorf Sypro Germany Challenges using optical plastic material for the development of consumer products
Akira Yabe Akira Yabe Lens Design Japan My thanks to IODC lens design problems

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