Adaptive Optics for Industry and Medicine: Proceedings of by Christopher Dainty

By Christopher Dainty

This complaints quantity provides the very most modern advancements in non-astronomical adaptive optics. This foreign workshop, the 6th in a biennial sequence, used to be the most important ever held and boasted major involvement through undefined. Adaptive optics is at the verge of getting used in lots of items; certainly, at this assembly, using adaptive optics in DVD avid gamers was once disclosed for the 1st time.

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Sudostroitelnaya Str. 5, Moscow I IS407 Russia samarkin Bniphtn. , Vorobievy Gory, Moscow, Russia - Abstract Formation of the given laser beam intensity and phase is an important practical and scientific problem. Bimorph flexible mirror is one of the most widely used devices for this purpose. We present a new approach of multilayer bimorph mirrors and a numerical model to simulate them, based on the finite elements method. The multilayer mirror consists of a substrate and a number of PZX layers.

By design, the deformable mirror has local influence functions, suiting the use of a distributed control algorithm. The bottle-neck in a distributed control design is the wavefront reconstruction step. This can be overcome by the use of a specific distributed parameterization of a spatiotemporal turbulence model. This is a dynamical filter that is identified from Shack-Hartmann measurement data of an A 0 breadboard set-up. The obtained reconstruction error is shown to be small even when local controllers communicate to a very limited set of neighbours.

3353 (1998). D. Dayton, S . Restaino, J. , Opts. , 176, (2000). D. Dayton, J. Gonglewski ,SPIE Vol. 3760 (1999). D. Dayton, 3. Gonglewski, SPIE Vol. 3866 (1999). R. Noll, JOSA 66, 3 (1976). ELECTROSTATIC MICRO-DEFORMABLE MIRROR BASED ON POLYMER MATERIALS FREDERIC ZAMKOTSIAN, PATRICK LANZONI Laboratoire dxstrophysique de Marseille, 2, place Le Verrier, 13248 Marseille Cedex 4, France VERONIQUE CONEDERA, NORBERT FABRE LAAS-CNRS, 7 avenue du colonel Roche, 31077 Toulouse cedex, France MOEMS-based electrostatic micro-deformable mirrors (MDM) are promising for future AO systems.

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