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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the six-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first four 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.

Aggarwal, Ishwar, 1D

Aitchison, J. S., 07

Alam, Muhammad Z., 07

Alanzi, Saud, 0U, 14

Aubailly, Mathieu, 10

Ban, Dayan, 0H

Bayya, Shyam, 1D

Ben-Menahem, Shahar, 12, 15, 1G

Benoit, P., 0E

Beresnev, Leonid A., 10

Bhargav, S., 0N

Brac-de-la-Perriere, Vincent, 0B, 0D, 15, 1G

Buric, M., 1I

Caloz, Francois, 08

Carhart, Gary W., 10

Carriere, N., 07

Caspary, Reinhard, 0I

Chakari, Ayoub, 05, 0T

Chakravarty, Abhijit, 0U, 14

Chan, Eric, 19

Chen, Shiping, 02

Cherian, Sandy, 0I

Chiarello, Fabrizio, 1Q

Chorpening, B., 1I

Chow, Chi-Wai, 0Q

Chowdhury, Bilas, 0U, 14

Curticapean, Dan, 0A

Dam, Bernard, 03

Dorais, Greg, 15

Duchowicz, Ricardo, 1U

Dutta, Niloy K., 0O, 1C

EI-Rayes, Karim, 0H

Ejzak, Garrett, 10

Enaya, Rayan, 18

Esterkin, Yan, 0L, 0P, 1M

Farell, Bart, 0Z

Feng, Chi, 17

Finch, Michael F., 0J, 13, 1B

Futami, Fumio, 0R

Gao, Shan, 17

Gauthier, L. R. Jr., 1L, 1V

Gee, Sangyun, 1K

Giaccio, Graciela M., 1U

Guo, Qiuquan, 0H

Guzman, Narciso, 1O

Haneef, Shahna, 0N

Hirota, Osamu, 0R

Hridoy, Arnob, 0U, 14

Hu, Hongyu, 0O, 1C

Hu, Lilei, 0H

Huang, Po-Jung, 1A

Hugel, X., 0E

Hunt, Michael, 1D

Ishihara, Abraham K., 12, 15, 1F, 1G

Jackson, Christopher, 10

Jansen, Melissa E., 1L, 1V

Javahiraly, Nicolas, 05, 06, 0A, 0T

Kazemi, Alex A., 02, 12, 19, 1F, 1J, 1P

Kempen, Cornelia, 0L, 0P, 1M

Kiamilev, Fouad, 10

Kim, Woohong, 1D

Kinzel, Edward C., 1E

Kornreich, Philipp G., 0Z

Koshinz, Dennis, 19

Kress, Bernard C., 0B, 0C, 0D, 0F, 12, 15, 1G

Kulishov, Mykola, 0F, 12

Lail, Brian A., 1B, 1E

Li, Wenbo, 0O, 1C

Lieberman, Robert A., 1O

Liu, Guocheng, 0H

Liu, Jony Jiang, 10

Lovell, Gregory L., 0J, 0U, 13, 14, 18

Manene, Franklin, 1E

Mendoza, Edgar A., 0L, 0P, 1M

Mesa Yandy, Angélica, 1U

Meyer, J. R., 1L, 1V

Meyrueis, Patrick P., 0A

Mielke, M., 1K

Mirza, K., 0E

Mojahedi, Mo., 07

Mrad, Nezih, 0H, 1J

Mueller, Ulrich, 0B, 0C

Murshid, Syed H., 0J, 0U, 0W, 13, 14, 18

Ngene, Peter, 03

Ogawa, Kayo, 1R

Ohodnicki, P. R. Jr., 1I

Ortega Clavero, Valentin, 0A

P.P., Prasanth, 0N

Palmieri, Luca, 1Q

Panahi, Allen S., 0K

Parhar, Gurinder S., 0U, 14

Parker, Douglas A., 16

Perrotton, Cedric, 06

Radeva, Tsveta, 03

Radil, Jan, 0S

Reid, William M., 09

Russo, Nélida A., 1U

Saeedi, Ehsan, 0D

Saito, Aya, 1R

Sanghera, Jasbinger, 1D

Santagiustina, Marco, 1Q

Sarayeddline, K., 0E

Saxena, Indu Fiesler, 1O

Schreuders, Herman, 03

Schröder, Werner, 0A

Sengupta, Dipankar, 1Q

Smotlacha, Vladimír, 0S

Spangenberg, Holger, 0I

Sridharan, Vasant, 1J

Srinivasan, Balaji, 0N

Su, Guo-Dung J., 1A

Sun, Sunjian, 0L, 0P, 1M

Sung, Jiun-Yu, 0Q

Tam, Man Chun, 0H

Venkitesh, D., 0N

Villalobos, Guillermo, 1D

Vojtĕch, Josef, 0S

Wang, Lixin, 17

Weber, Andreas, 0A

Westerwaal, Ruud, 03

Whitebook, Alan, 08

Wu, Yu-Fu, 0Q

Yang, Chenging, 02

Yang, Jun, 0H

Yeh, Chien-Hung, 0Q

Zerbino, Raúl L., 1U

Conference Committee

Program Track Chairs

  • Shizhuo Yin, The Pennsylvania State University (United States)

  • Ruyan Guo, The University of Texas at San Antonio (United States)

Conference Chairs

  • Alex A. Kazemi, The Boeing Company (United States)

  • Bernard C. Kress, Google (United States)

  • Edgar A. Mendoza, Redondo Optics, Inc. (United States)

Conference Co-chairs

  • Syed H. Murshid, Florida Institute of Technology (United States)

  • Nicolas Javahiraly, Université de Strasbourg (France)

  • Abraham K. Ishihara, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley (United States)

Conference Program Committee

  • Muhammad Z. Alam, University of Toronto (Canada)

  • Mathieu Aubailly, University of Maryland, College Park (United States)

  • Dayan Ban, University of Waterloo (Canada)

  • Shyam S. Bayya, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (United States)

  • Lynda E. Busse, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (United States)

  • Francois Caloz, Diamond SA (Switzerland)

  • Sandy Cherian, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (Germany)

  • George Cummings III, The Boeing Company (United States)

  • Bernard Dam, Technische Universität Delft (Netherlands)

  • Niloy K. Dutta, University of Connecticut (United States)

  • Fumio Futami, Tamagawa University (Japan)

  • Shan Gao, Harbin Institute of Technology (China)

  • Leo R. Gauthier Jr., Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (United States)

  • Sangyoun Gee, Raydiance, Inc. (United States)

  • Jon A. Greene, Lambda Instruments, Inc. (United States)

  • Jyh-Jier J. Ho, National Taiwan Ocean University (Taiwan)

  • Melissa E. Jansen, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (United States)

  • Philipp G. Kornreich, Syracuse University (United States)

  • Brian A. Lail, Florida Institute of Technology (United States)

  • Jony Jiang Liu, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

  • Patrick P. Meyrueis, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Physique de Strasbourg (France)

  • Nezih Mrad, Defence Research and Development Canada, Ottawa (Canada)

  • Kayo Ogawa, Japan Women’s University (Japan)

  • Allen S. Panahi, Pentair Inc. (United States)

  • Douglas A. Parker, Esterline Souriau USA (United States)

  • Jean-Pierre Redouté, Amphenol Air LB (France)

  • William Reid, Amphenol Fiber Systems International (United States)

  • Ehsan Saeedi, Google (United States)

  • Khaled Sarayeddine, OPTINVENT S.A. (France)

  • Indu F. Saxena, DynamedX (United States)

  • Dipankar Sengupta, Università degli Studi di Padova (Italy)

  • Balaji Srinivasan, Indian Institute of Technology Madras (India)

  • Guo-Dung Su, National Taiwan University (Taiwan)

  • Simon Thibault, University Laval (Canada)

  • Josef Vojtech, CESNET z.s.p.o. (Czech Republic)

  • Alan Whitebook, Diamond USA Inc. (United States)

  • Chien-Hung Yeh, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Fiber Optic Sensor Systems

    Alex A. Kazemi, The Boeing Company (United States)

  • 2 Optical Sensors and Interconnects for Harsh Environments

    Edgar A. Mendoza, Redondo Optics, Inc. (United States)

  • 3 Wearable Displays

    Bernard C. Kress, Google (United States)

  • 4 Optics and Photonics in Aviation and Commercial Industries

    Nicolas Javahiraly, Télécom Physique Strasbourg (France)

  • 5 Sensors and Monitoring Systems

    Syed H. Murshid, Florida Institute of Technology (United States)

  • 6 Specialty Sensors/Communication Networking

    Abraham K. Ishihara, Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley (United States)

  • 7 Multi-Components Measurements

    Sandy Cherian, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (Germany)

  • 8 WDM, Hybrid, and Space Architectures

    Bernard Dam, Technische Universiteit Delft (Netherlands)

  • 9 Photonics Systems and Components

    Jony Jiang Liu, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

  • 10 Optical Systems, Sources, and Components for Harsh Environment

    Allen S. Panahi, Pentair Ltd. (United States)

  • 11 Fiber Optic Sensors/Wireless Systems/Spectral Analysis

    Lynda E. Busse, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (United States)

  • 12 Bragg Grating Sensors/3D Displacement

    Leo R. Gauthier Jr., Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, LLC (United States)

Introduction

Over the past half century, the field of fiber optics has undergone a quantum leap. We have seen tremendous technological progress in photonics for the aviation, aerospace and transportation industries in harsh environments. Information, intelligence, and data are transferred from one point to another more quickly and precisely than ever thought possible due to these recent advancements. It is envisioned that fiber optics shall become as ubiquitous as copper wire with superior reliability and robustness properties.

Optics and photonics greatly benefitted from the synergy with the telecommunications industry resulting in a number of new technologies including micro-packaging of optics components, aircraft photonics networks, micro and nano-sensors, see-through wearables, head-mounted displays, and phase-shifted fiber Bragg gratings for materials health monitoring.

We are fortunate to be among the pioneers of this exciting and rapidly changing field. The technological achievements are the result of solid engineering, dedication, and innovation. This book contains a series of papers which discuss leading edge technologies and state-of-the- art optics and fiber optic sensor technologies for photonics in aerospace and transportation industries including: advanced technologies for cryogenic liquid level detection of hydrogen for space applications to a new generation of smart fiber optic sensors, a novel implementation of wearable glass, micro satellite systems, micro and nano in optoelectronics and wireless sensor monitoring systems.

Today a significant proportion of the world’s communications are carried by fiber optic cables. Fiber optic technology has revolutionized the telecommunication market and is rapidly becoming a major player in information technology and aviation industries.

This year we had the highest number of entries with a total of 56 papers which included numerous papers in the field of optoelectronics. As a result we are very grateful to all of the authors and behalf of the SPIE and myself would like to take this opportunity to thank the 56 papers presented by distinguished authors from around the world and for their valuable contributions, particularly by Dr. Bernard Kress of Google X (United States), Dr. Edgar Mendoza from Redondo Optics, Inc. (United States), Professor Syed Murshid from Florida Institute of Technology (United States), Professor Abraham Ishihara of Carnegie Mellon University (United States), Professor Nicolas Javahiraly of University of Strasbourg (France), Professor Bernard Dam of Techische University Deft (Netherland), Professor Fumio Futami from Tamagawa University (Japan), Dr. M. Alam for University of Toronto (Canada), Dr. Dan Curticapean (Germany), Professor Chi-Wai Chow of National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan), Dr. B. Srinvasan from Indian Institute of Technology, Dr. Dipankar Sengupta from Università degli Studi di Padova (Italy), Dr. K. Sarayeddline of OPTIVENT. S.A. (France), Dr. Josef Vojtech from CESNET (Czech Republic), Dr. Shyam Bayya of U.S. Naval Research Lab. (United States), Dr. Nezih Mrad from Defense Research and Development (Canada), Dr. Michael Buric from National Energy Technology Lab. (United States), Dr. Shyam Bayya and Dr. Jony Jiang Liu from U.S. Army Research Lab. for outstanding papers they presented in this book.

I also would like to thank my management at The Boeing Co. and the SPIE personnel for their diligent and support in publication of this book.

Alex A Kazemi

Bernard C. Kress

Edgar A. Mendoza

Syed H. Murshid

Nicolas Javahiraly

Abraham K. Ishihara

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"Front Matter: Volume 9202", Proc. SPIE 9202, Photonics Applications for Aviation, Aerospace, Commercial, and Harsh Environments V, 920201 (17 October 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2084702; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2084702
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