19 June 2017 Front Matter: Volume 10194
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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the seven-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first five digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B…0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Agate, Craig, 20

Akyürek, Alper Sinan, 0B

Anton, Kristen, 2A

Arbabian, Amin, 0Y

Atefi, S. Reza, 0R

Atwater, C., 1U

Bahr, Ryan, 0Z

Barnes, Michael J., 1V

Barth, Stephan, 2Z

Bartzsch, Hagen, 2Z

Beack, Songeun, 0V

Beaty, James, 1N

Beckwith, Cydney, 1X

Beddingfield, R., 1S

Bensmaia, Sliman, 1N

Bharadwaj, Palash, 0H

Bito, Jo, 0Z

Blodgett, David W., 1K

Brennan, Terry J., 03

Brooks, Alexander J.-W., 22

Brumfield, Brian E., 2T

Burchat, Ryan, 1Q

Burden, Samuel A., 1X

Buric, Michael, 1R, 1S

Byerly, Kevin, 1S

Carreras, Richard A., 02

Carter, E. C., 1U

Castaneda, Nestor, 06

Caunter, Andrew, 1I

Cederna, Paul S., 15

Chan, Christine S., 0B

Chang, Ting Chia, 0Y

Chang, Tzu-Hsuan, 1C

Charbonneau, Michel, 1Q

Charthad, Jayant, 0Y

Chen, Hui, 1P

Chen, Jessie Y. C., 1V

Chen, Kemeng, 0C

Chen, Kevin P., 1R

Chen, Xiaolong, 0E

Chestek, Cynthia A., 15

Chevillet, Mark A., 1K

Cho, Sang June, 1C

Christe, Daniel, 06

Chung, Roy, 0N

Cinquini, Luca, 2A

Clark, Genevieve, 0F

Clayton, Richard, 27

Clemens, Bruce, 0N

Colbert, Maureen, 2A

Coronado, Braulio, 1Y

Coronel, Jose L., Jr., 1F

Coulas, David, 1Q

Creazzo, Timothy A., 2X

Crichton, Daniel, 2A

Croft, Bryan, 1Y

Curtis, J. W., 1W

D’Angelo, Denise, 1N

David Pur, Moshe, 0U

Dendulk, Amy, 1I

Ding, Huimin, 1Q

Dion, Genevieve, 06

Dixon, John, 2Q

Djorgovski, S. George, 2A

Dohm, James M., 22

Dohopolski, Chris, 1N

Donoviel, Dorit B., 27

Doucette, E. A., 1W

Drnec, K., 1U

Du, Henry, 1P

Duchesne, Marc A., 1Q

Dupuis, Julia R., 2Q

Dussopt, Laurent, 2N

Dutta, Jaydeep, 2Y

Dzieciuch, Iryna, 1Y

Enck, Ryan, 0N

Erb, Randall M., 1I

Espalin, David, 1F

Estepp, J. R., 1U

Fairbanks, Jerrie V., 0C

Farah, Maroun, 0U

Fehr, Katherine H., 1F

Feteira, Antonio, 30

Fields, Mary Anne, 21

Fifer, Matthew, 1N

Figueiredo, P., 2L

Fini, Maria, 1L

Fink, Wolfgang, 22

Fitch, Michael J., 1K

Frach, Peter, 2Z

Fryett, Taylor, 0F

Furstenberg, Robert, 2U

Ghovanloo, Maysam, 13

Gianchandani, Y. B., 12

Giblin, Jay, 2Q

Gloess, Daniel, 2Z

Go, R., 2L

Goodrich, Scott, 1I

Green, S. R., 12

Gremillion, G. M., 1U

Gustafson, Eric, 1Y

Gutzwiller, Robert, 1Y

Hahn, Sei Kwang, 0V

Hall, Peter W., 0C

Hanein, Yael, 0U

Haynes, B., 1U

Helder, John, 1N

Hendrickson, Scott M., 1K

Hensley, Joel, 2Q

Hester, Jimmy, 0Z

Heun, Ulrich, 24

Hiberty, Bruno, 2N

Hool, Nicholas, 1L

Howell, Darrin, 1X

Huang, Sheng, 1R

Hughes, Robin W., 1Q

Hwang, Grace M., 1K

Inzelberg, Lilah, 0U

Irwin, Zachary T., 15

Jain, Achint, 0H

Johannes, Matthew, 1N

Judd, K. Peter, 05

Jung, Kichang, 2Y

Jung, Yei Hwan, 1C

Kara, Christina D., 06

Karanassios, Vassili, 31

Kelley, Stephen, 0N

Kelly, Dominic D., 1F

Kelly, Sean, 2A

Kemp, Stephen W. P., 15

Kendziora, Christopher A., 2U

Keum, Do Hee, 0V

Kim, Byung-Hyun, 0T

Kim, Youngmoo, 06

Kimball, B. R., 04

Kimionis, John, 0Z

Kincaid, Heather, 2A

Knittel, Chelsea, 06

Kong, Fanpeng, 13

Kontsos, Antonios, 06

Lakhmani, Shan G., 1V

Lange, Douglas S., 1Y

Leary, A., 1S

Lebiere, Christian, 21

Lee, Juhwan, 1C

Lee, Sang-Young, 1B

Lennon, Craig, 21

Li, Shuo, 1R

Liu, Chang-Hua, 0F

Liu, Dani, 06

Liu, David, 2A

Liu, Kai, 1P

Liu, Wentai, 14

Liu, Yongmin, 0K

Lo, Yi-Kai, 14

Lu, Ping, 1S

Lukos, J. R., 1U

Lyakh, A., 2L

Ma, Yiwei, 1P

Ma, Zhenqiang, 1C

Madsen, C. K., 2W

Mahabal, Ashish, 2A

Majumdar, Arka, 0F

Malhotra, Raj P., 20

Malkas, Linda H., 26

Mansur, David, 2Q

Marathe, A. R., 1U

Marinelli, William J., 2Q

Martin, Joshua J., 1I

Martin, Michael, 21

Martinez, Luis, 1Y

Martinez, Ty, 05

Martinez-Morales, Alfredo A., 2Y

Mazur, Krzysztof, 06

McCalden, David J., 1Q

McHenry, M. E., 1S

McLoughlin, Michael P., 1K, 1N

Mehta, S. S., 1W

Meilhan, Jérôme, 2N

Metcalfe, J. S., 1U

Mihailov, Stephen J., 1Q

Mirotznik, Mark S., 2X

Monnier, Nicolas, 2N

Müller, Reik, 2U

Nasibulin, Radik, 0C

Nathan, Arokia, 31

Nauroze, Abdullah, 0Z

Nguyen Dang, Tung, 07

Nicolas, Jean-Alain, 2N

Nothwang, W. D., 1U

Novotny, Lukas, 0H

Ohodnicki, Paul R. Jr., 1R, 1S

Ostertag, Michael H., 0B

Ouskova, Elena, 04

Page, Alexis G., 07

Pan, Huiqing, 0C

Parameshwaran, Vijay, 0N

Parzefall, Markus, 0H

Pascual-Gonzalez, Cristina, 30

Patel, C. Kumar N., 2H, 2L

Paul, V. J., 1U

Pembroke, Ryan, 1I

Phillips, Mark C., 2T

Pino, Johnathan, 1N

Pohlmeyer, Eric A., 1N

Powers, Linda S., 0C

Prather, Dennis W., 2X

Pribilski, Michael J., 20

Qu, Y., 07

Ramachandran, Nanthan, 1Q

Rand, David, 0U

Reed, Meredith, 0N

Reeder, John, 1Y

Restaino, Sergio R., 05

Rich, Matthew, 1N

Rivera, Pasqual, 0F

Roberts, David, 04

Roth, Eatai, 1X

Roveda, Janet M., 0C

Rudin, S., 2M

Rupper, G., 2M

Sahadat, M. Nazmus, 13

Sampath, Anand, 0N

Sanguinetti, Joseph L., 1L

Santiago, Freddie, 05

Scholl, Clara A., 1K

Sebkhi, Nordine, 13

Seo, Jung-Hun, 1C

Seoane, Fernando, 0R

Sharkawy, Ahmed, 2X

Shores, Dan, 1I

Shu, Hong, 2L

Shur, M., 2M

Sicard, Gilles, 2N

Siligaris, Alexandre, 2N

Simoens, François, 2N

Šimunić Rosing, Tajana, 0B

Sorin, F., 07

Spencer, Mark F., 03

Steeves, D. M., 04

Steinberg, Stanislav, 0U

Sterianou, Iasmi, 30

Stowers, Kimberly, 1V

Straub, Jeremy, 23

Su, Wenjing, 0Z

Sun, Chenhu, 1S

Suttinger, M., 2L

Swett, Bruce A., 1K

Syler, Kyle, 0F

Tabiryan, Nelson, 04

Talukder, Muhammad Anisuzzaman, 0O

Tang, Adrian, 2P

Tarbell, Mark A., 22

Tehrani, Bijan, 0Z

Tenore, Francesco, 1N

Tentzeris, Manos M., 0Z

Tian, Fei, 1P

Tith, Rany, 2Y

Todi, A., 2L

Toole, Patrick A., 20

Trizcinski, Peter, 31

Trofimov, Vyacheslav A., 2O

Tsvid, E., 2L

Tyler, William J., 1L

Urbanchek, Melanie G., 15

Vallett, Richard, 06

Varentsova, Svetlana A., 2O

Volpi, Marco, 07

Walker, Robert B., 1Q

Walter, Erich C., 1K

Wang, Max L., 0Y

Wang, Po-Min, 14

Weber, Marcus J., 0Y

Wester, Brock, 1N

Wicker, Ryan B., 1F

Wilcox, Christopher C., 05

Wright, Julia L., 1V

Wu, Sanfeng, 0F

Wu, Wo-Tak, 0C

Xia, Fengnian, 0E

Xu, Xiaodong, 0F

Xu, Xiaoqing, 0N

Yan, Aidong, 1R

Yan, Wei, 07

Yandon, Robert, 1Q

Yook, Jong-Gwan, 0T

Yun, Sangsig, 1Q

Zablocki, Mathew J., 2X

Zaghloul, Mohamed, 1R

Zagursky, Dmitry Yu., 2O

Zakharova, Irina G., 2O

Zaman, Lenin, 2X

Zandhuis, Paul, 1S

Zhang, Huilong, 1C

Zhang, Yiming, 0C

Zhang, Zhenxuan, 13

Zheng, Jiajiu, 0F

Zimmer, Cheryl N., 27

Conference Committee

Symposium Chair

  • Donald A. Reago Jr., U.S. Army Night Vision & Electronic Sensors Directorate (United States)

Symposium Co-chair

  • Arthur A. Morrish, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems (United States)

Conference Chairs

  • Thomas George, SaraniaSat Inc. (United States)

    Achyut K. Dutta, Banpil Photonics, Inc. (United States)

    M. Saif Islam, University of California, Davis (United States)

Conference Program Committee

  • Ayman F. Abouraddy, CREOL, The College of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida (United States)

    Roger Appleby, Queen’s University Belfast (United Kingdom)

    Michael P. Buric, National Energy Technology Laboratory (United States)

    Richard Conroy, National Institutes of Health (United States)

    Ertugrul Cubukcu, University of Pennsylvania (United States)

    Aykutlu Dana, Bilkent University (Turkey)

    Nibir K. Dhar, U.S. Army Night Vision & Electronic Sensors Directorate (United States)

    Wolfgang Fink, The University of Arizona (United States)

    Muhammad M. Hussain, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (Saudi Arabia)

    Grace M. Hwang, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, LLC (United States)

    Matthew E. L. Jungwirth, Honeywell Automation & Control Solutions (United States)

    Duygu Kuzum, University of California, San Diego (United States)

    Jamie Lukos, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (United States)

    Michael C. McAlpine, University of Minnesota (United States)

    Shouleh Nikzad, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (United States)

    William D. Nothwang, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

    Robert Osiander, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab., LLC (United States)

    Michael K. Rafailov, University of Alberta (Canada)

    Janet M. Roveda, The University of Arizona (United States)

    Noriko Satake, UC Davis Medical Center (United States)

    Behrouz Shabestari, National Institutes of Health (United States)

    Kyung-Ah Son, HRL Laboratories, LLC (United States)

    Thomas G. Thundat, University of Alberta (Canada)

    Carlos M. Torres Jr., Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (United States)

    Christopher C. Wilcox, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (United States)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Progress in Photonics and Beam Control

    Christopher C. Wilcox, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (United States)

    Matthew E. L. Jungwirth, Honeywell Automation & Control Solutions (United States)

  • 2 Smart Clothing

    Ayman F. Abouraddy, CREOL, The College of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida (United States)

  • 3 Smart Sensor and System Design Using Low-Power Nanoscale Information Fabrics

    Janet M. Roveda, University of Arizona (United States)

  • 4 Two-Dimensional Materials-based Optoelectronics

    Carlos M. Torres Jr., Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (United States)

  • 5 Near-Field Optics and Superlenses for Sub-diffraction Limited Nanoimaging

    Durdu O. Guney, Michigan Technological University (United States)

    Ertugrul Cubukcu, University of California, San Diego (United States)

  • 6 Micro- and Nanotechnology for Energy Harvesting

    Achyut K. Dutta, Banpil Photonics, Inc. (United States)

  • 7 Human Interface Sensors and Electronics I

    Kyung-Ah Son, HRL Laboratories, LLC (United States)

  • 8 Human Interface Sensors and Electronics II

    Kyung-Ah Son, HRL Laboratories, LLC (United States)

  • 9 Flexible, Stretchable, Reconfigurable Electronics for Vehicular Technology

    Muhammad M. Hussain, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (Saudi Arabia)

  • 10 3D Printing of Functional Materials and Devices

    Michael C. McAlpine, University of Minnesota (United States)

  • 11 Brain-Computer Interface: From Restoration to Augmentation and the Critical Challenges Involved

    Grace M. Hwang, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, LLC (United States)

  • 12 Novel Harsh Environment Sensors for Energy Applications

    Michael P. Buric, National Energy Technology Laboratory (United States)

  • 13 Advanced Sensor Systems for Human-Machine Teaming I: Joint session with conferences 10194 and 10195

    Jamie Lukos, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (United States)

    William D. Nothwang, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

  • 14 Advanced Sensor Systems for Human-Machine Teaming II: Joint session with conferences 10194 and 10195.

    Jamie Lukos, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (United States)

    William D. Nothwang, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

  • 15 Autonomous C4ISR Systems of the Future: Joint session with conferences 10194 and 10205

    Wolfgang Fink, The University of Arizona (United States)

    Raja Suresh, General Dynamics Mission Systems (United States)

    Jason R. Stack, Office of Naval Research (United States)

  • 16 Repurposing Space Sensors and Technologies for Healthcare and Medical Applications

    Shouleh Nikzad, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (United States)

  • 17 Electrical and Optical Neurotechnologies to Probe Brain Circuits

    Duygu Kuzum, University of California, San Diego (United States)

  • 18 QCL-based Standoff Detection: Joint Session with Conferences 10194, 10183, and 10215

    Michael K. Rafailov, University of Alberta (Canada)

  • 19 THz Standoff Detection: Joint Session with Conferences 10194, 10183, and 10215

    Michael K. Rafailov, University of Alberta (Canada)

  • 20 QCL and THz Standoff Sensing: Joint Session with Conferences 10194, 10183, and 10215

    Michael K. Rafailov, University of Alberta (Canada)

Introduction

The 2017 Micro- and Nanotechnology (MNT) Sensors, Systems, and Applications IX conference within the SPIE Defense and Security Symposium, was held in Anaheim, California, United States, 9–13 April 2017.

Once again, thanks to the extraordinary efforts of our session chairs, a total of 20 conference Sessions were successfully concluded showcasing the exciting breadth and depth of MNT. Cutting-edge sessions captured exciting emerging trends in: Progress in Photonics and Beam Control; Smart Clothing; Smart Sensor and System Design Using Low-Power Nanoscale Information Fabrics; Two-Dimensional Materials-based Optoelectronics; Near-Field Optics and Superlenses for Sub-diffraction Limited Nano-imaging; Micro- and Nanotechnology for Energy Harvesting; Human Interface Sensors and Electronics; Flexible, Stretchable, Reconfigurable Electronics for Vehicular Technology; 3D Printing of Functional Materials and Devices; Brain-Computer Interface: From Restoration to Augmentation and the Critical Challenges Involved; Novel Harsh Environment Sensors for Energy Applications; Advanced Sensor Systems for Human-Machine Teaming; Autonomous C4ISR Systems of the Future; Repurposing Space Sensors and Technologies for Healthcare and Medical Applications; Electrical and Optical Neurotechnologies to Probe Brain Circuits; QCL-based Standoff Detection; THz Standoff Detection; and QCL and THz Standoff Sensing.

Successful joint sessions were conducted with the Unmanned Systems Technology XIX conference (10195), the Open Architecture/Open Business Model Net-Centric Systems and Defense Transformation 2017 conference (10205), the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Sensing XVIII conference (10183), and the Advanced Environmental, Chemical, and Biological Sensing Technologies XIV conference (10215).

It is our sincere hope that the papers within this proceedings volume will provide you, our reader, not only with a snapshot of the programmatic vision behind investments made in each MNT topic area, but also its current state of scientific and technological development. Enjoy!

Thomas George

M. Saif Islam

Achyut K. Dutta

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