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Adaptive Mirror Micromachined in Silicon

Gleb Valerevitch Vdovine

Adaptive Mirror Micromachined in Silicon

by Gleb Valerevitch Vdovine

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Published by Delft Univ Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Optics,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12803438M
    ISBN 109040713197
    ISBN 109789040713194

    Dynamic Analysis of Silicon Micromachined Double-Rotor Scanning Mirror The use of MEMS-based technologies for producing scanning mirrors enables its batch production with a consequent increase in the throughput and a decrease in the manufacturing costs per device. However, the use of Silicon as a structural material could. @article{osti_, title = {Micromirror arrays using KOH:H[sub 2]O micromachining of silicon for lens templates, geodesic lenses, and other applications}, author = {Kendall, D.L. and Eaton, W.P. and Manginell, R. and Digges, T.G. Jr.}, abstractNote = {Micromirrors having diameters from a few micrometers to several millimeters have been produced on () silicon by wet-chemical .

    Scanning Mirror Fabrication. The devices were made using bulk micromachining of Silicon (Kovacs ), thin film and mechanical assembly techniques. As substrate, a Silicon single-crystal 2" diameter,, µm thick, was used. A µm SiO 2 film was thermally grown and lithographed. The micromachining process was based on the. @article{osti_, title = {Design and Characterization of Next-Generation Micromirrors Fabricated in a Four-Level, Planarized Surface-Micromachined Polycrystalline Silicon Process}, author = {Michalicek, M A and Comtois, J H and Barron, C C}, abstractNote = {This paper describes the design and characterization of several types of micromirror devices to include .

    Micromachines are mechanical objects that are fabricated in the same general manner as integrated are generally considered to be between nanometres to micrometres in size, though that is debatable. The applications of micromachines include accelerometers that detect when a car has hit an object and trigger an x . Sensors and Actuators A, 43 () Mechanical and optical properties of surface micromachined torsional mirrors in silicon, polysilicon and aluminum V.P. Jaecklin, C. Linder, J. Brugger and N.F. de Rooij Institute of Microtechnology (IMT), University of Neuch tel~ Rue A-L. Breguet 2, CH Neuch iel (Switzerland) J.-M. Moret and R. Vuilleumier Swiss Center for Cited by:


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Adaptive Mirror Micromachined in Silicon Paperback – September 1, by Gleb Valerevitch Vdovine (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, September 1, "Please retry" Cited by: Continuous-membrane surface-micromachined silicon deformable mirror Thomas G.

Bifano Raji Adaptive Mirror Micromachined in Silicon book Mali, MEMBER SPIE John Kyle Dorton Julie Perreault Nelsimar Vandelli Mark N. Horenstein David A. Castan˜on Boston University College of Engineering Boston, Massachusetts E-mail: [email protected] Abstract. Abstract. An implementation of an adaptive optical system based on a mm channel silicon micromachined adaptive mirror [1] is reported.

The control loop consists of a beam quality sensor-in our case a brightness sensor placed in the focus of a positive lens-and electronics which includes a single bit ADC to input the quality parameter into the control computer and a 37 Author: Gleb Vdovin, Serhat Sakarya.

Keywords: inicroinachined, deformable mirror, adaptive optics, silicon mirror, electrostatic actuation. Introduction The need to propagate high power laser beams through distorting media while preserving the wavefront quality is a requirement of many projects today including the Laser Interferoineter for Gravitational Wave Observation (LIGO File Size: KB.

Micromachined Deformable Mirrors for Adaptive Optics Thomas Bifano* a, Julie Perreault** a, Paul Bierden*** b, and Clara Dimas b aBoston University bBoston Micromachines Corporation ABSTRACT Recent progress on deformable mirror systems made at Boston University and Boston Micromachines Corporation is Size: KB.

This handbook supplies analytical tools for the design and development of adaptive optics systems to enhance their ability to adjust for atmospheric turbulence, optical fabrication errors, thermally induced distortions, and laser device aberrations.

It provides recommendations for selecting, testing and installing a wavefront compensation system/5(2). Adaptive mirrors for correction of defocus A schematic of the micromachined membrane adaptive mirror [5] with a wide range of focal distance control is ' E-mail: [email protected] shown in Fig.

The mirror is fabricated using bulk silicon shining, The reflective surface is formed by a circular Rm-thick silicon-rich n which is coated by Cited by: Coupling of a CMOS Optical Sensor to a Micromachined Deformable Mirror with an Adaline Neural Method We report on the performance of silicon micromachined adaptive mirrors in.

Technology and applications of micromachined silicon adaptive mirrors Gleb Vdovin, Simon Middelhoek, Pasqualina M.

Sarro (Optical Engineering ) Thermally actuated piston micromirror arrays William D. Cowan, Victor M. Bright (in Optical Scanning Systems: Design and Applications, L. Beiser, S.F. Sagan, editors, ). Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Deformable Mirrors (DMs) enable precise wavefront control for optical systems.

This technology can be used to meet the extreme wavefront control requirements for high contrast imaging of exoplanets with coronagraph instruments.

MEMS DM technology is being demonstrated and developed in preparation for future exoplanet high Cited by: 3. Flexible Optical BV (OKO Technologies) of Delft, the Netherlands, in cooperation with the Delft Institute of Microelectronic and Submicron Technology, produces its micromachined membrane deformable mirror with a to nm-thick silicon nitride membrane fixed to a silicon chip.

For the mirror membranes, a freestanding polymer foil is used, which features key advantages with respect to its mechanical behavior when compared. Silicon micromachined mirrors are fabricated using the technology of silicon bulk micromachin-ing. The mirror, shown in Fig.

1, consists of a silicon chip mounted over a PCB holder. The chip contains silicon nitride (composite) membrane, which is coated to form a mirror.

The PCB contains the control electrode structure, spacer and Size: 1MB. Adaptive Control of a MEMS Steering Mirror for Free-space Laser Communications N´estor O.

P´ erez Arancibia, Neil Chen, Steve Gibson and Tsu-Chin Tsao Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering University of California, Los Angeles ABSTRACT This paper presents an adaptive control scheme for laser-beam steering by a two-axis MEMS tilt.

A bimorph deformable mirror (DM) for use in ophthalmologic adaptive optics is presented. The fabrication process and the results of characterization of the DM are described. Interferometric measurements of the DM surface shape and voltage-to-displacement characteristics are by: 1.

A silicon nitride scanning torsion mirror supported within a layer of silicon nitride by integral silicon nitride hinges. The layer is supported by a substrate which has a well beneath said mirror.

A method of forming a silicon nitride scanning torsion mirror which includes depositing a silicon nitride layer on a support substrate etching the silicon nitride layer to form a mirror supported Cited by: 20 January A micromachined deformable mirror for adaptive optics.

We also present analysis and results obtained on silicon or polymer (BCB) membranes which have to be attached on the actuator array. Divoux, Jacques Margail, Laurent Jocou, Julien Charton, Eric Stadler, Thomas Jager, Fabrice Casset, and T.

Enot "A micromachined Cited by: 9. Silicon micromachined mirror is fabricated by Flexible Optical B.V. using the tech-nology of silicon bulk micromachining. The mirror, shown in Fig. 1, consists of a silicon chip mounted over concentric electrostatic electrode structure.

The chip contains multilayer silicon nitride mem-brane, which is coated with a special coating to form the. Study of the bimorph deformable mirror, ().

Technology and apphcations of micromachined adaptive mirrors. Technology and applications of micromachined silicon adaptive mirrors. ().Author: Harold Michael Dyson.

adaptive optics like laser beam control and ophthalmology. Silicon micromachined deformable mirrors offer the potential for low cost and high actuator density, but there are some problems with the architectures currently available like low mirror quality and high actuator by:.

Controlling optical aberrations is one of the enduring problems in optics. Recent advances in adaptive optics for astronomical applications have shown the promise of adaptive optics technology for controlling aberrations.

Micro-electro-mechanical deformable mirrors (MEM-DMs) offer an alternative to conventional adaptive optics which, due to the inexpensive nature Cited by: Adaptive Optics Books SPIE Proceedings Pentagon Reports Dissertations Research Papers Bibliographies Patents Tutorials: Adaptive Optics Books: This section lists the leading textbooks on adaptive optics and related topics, and several significant recent conference proceedings, linked to their respective product pages on   22 November Performance evaluation of micromachined mirror arrays forThomas G.

Bifano, Adisorn Tuantranont, Victor M. Bright, John R. Karpinsky, and Jay A. Hammer "Performance evaluation of micromachined mirror arrays for adaptive optics", Proc.

SPIE Adaptive optics system with micromachined mirror array and stochastic Cited by: