29 December 2014 Front Matter: Volume 9293
Proceedings Volume 9293, International Optical Design Conference 2014; 929301 (2014) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2181994
Event: International Optical Design Conference, 2014, Kohala Coast, Hawaii, United States
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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.

  • Adelsberger, Kathleen, 1L

  • Aikens, David M., 0T, 0U, 17

  • Angel, Roger, 12, 15, 16

  • Armani, Nerses, 05

  • Barton, Jennifer, 1F

  • Bates, Rob, 1Q

  • Bauer, Aaron, 0Q

  • Benítez, Pablo, 0M

  • Bentley, Julie L., 1E, 1W

  • Bergkoetter, Matthew D., 1W

  • Berman, Rebecca, 0X

  • Bhatia, Vikram, 0C

  • Black, John, 1F

  • Boye, Robert, 1L

  • Brennan, John, 0C

  • Bruemmer, Mathias, 13

  • Canavesi, Cristina, 1C

  • Cassarly, William J., 04

  • Cheng, Dewen, 0J, 1H, 21

  • Chipman, Russell A., 08, 1X

  • Chrisp, Michael P., 0N

  • Clark, Peter P., 0I, 1M

  • Cobb, Joshua M., 0C

  • Colbourne, Paul D., 1S

  • Content, David, 05

  • Corsetti, James A., 0Y

  • Coughenour, Blake, 12, 15, 16

  • Dalzell, Kristen E., 1J

  • Davis, Gregg E., 0L

  • Dong, Jun, 0E

  • Du, Yunfei, 07

  • Elmore, David F., 08

  • Epple, Alexander, 0S

  • Fan, Xuewu, 07

  • Fang, Kejia, 0W

  • Fuchs, Ulrike, 0B

  • Fuerschbach, Kyle, 0L, 1V

  • Gong, Qian, 05

  • Greengard, Adam, 1Q

  • Greivenkamp, John E., 20

  • Greynolds, Alan W., 1U

  • Hadrath, Stefan, 1B

  • Hartwig, Ulrich, 13

  • Harvey, James E., 28

  • Hatakeyama, Koshi, 1T

  • Hayford, Michael J., 1Z

  • Hengesbach, Stefan, 1I

  • Herkommer, Alois M., 0K

  • Herman, Eric, 18

  • Hoffmann, Dieter, 1I

  • Howard, Joseph, 05

  • Hu, Dongxia, 0E

  • Jakob, Elizabeth, 1C

  • Jenkins, David R., 11

  • Jonas, Reginald P., 1J

  • Juergens, Richard C., 03

  • Jurling, Alden, 05

  • Kampmann, R., 0D

  • Keenan, Molly, 1F

  • Kehoe, Michael, 24

  • Kiontke, Sven R., 0T, 17

  • Ko, Cheng-Hao, 0F

  • Kruk, Jeffery, 05

  • Kuan, Gary, 05

  • Kubala, Kenneth, 1Q

  • Kubalak, David, 06

  • Lahner, Mark, 0U

  • Lam, Wai Sze T., 1X

  • Langenbach, Eckhard, 23

  • Li, Haifeng, 0R

  • Li, Ping, 0E

  • Lipp, Markus, 23

  • Liu, Xu, 0R

  • Liu, Yue, 0J

  • Long, Skye, 1C

  • Loosen, Peter, 1I

  • Ma, Zhen, 07

  • Magarill, Simon, 11

  • Manhart, Paul K., 0Z

  • McCarthy, Peter, 0X

  • McGuire Jr., James P., 09

  • McLaughlin, Paul O., 19

  • Mentzell, Eric, 05

  • Miñano, Juan C., 0M

  • Miyawaki, Mamoru, 0H

  • Moore, Duncan T., 0W, 0X, 0Y

  • Morgenbrod, Nico, 1B

  • Moritz, Jens, 0B

  • Nobis, Thomas, 1Y

  • Pang, Zhihai, 07

  • Parent, Jocelyn, 1N

  • Pasquale, Bert, 05

  • Pendleton, Amanda, 19

  • Peng, Zhitao, 0E

  • Peyghambarian, Nasser, 0H

  • Pfisterer, Richard N., 1R

  • Qu, He-meng, 0P

  • Radl, Bruce, 14

  • Rehn, H., 10

  • Reiley, Daniel J., 1O

  • Reimers, Jacob, 0O

  • Ren, Guorui, 07

  • Reshidko, Dmitry, 0H, 1K

  • Rogers, John R., 1A

  • Rohrbach, Scott, 06

  • Rolland, Jannick P., 02, 0L, 0O, 0Q, 1C, 1V

  • Roulet, Patrice, 1N

  • Sabatke, Derek, 06

  • Sales, Tasso R. M., 0V

  • Sanson, Mark C., 26

  • Sasián, José, 0H, 18, 1K, 22

  • Saupe, Frank, 23

  • Schertler, Donald J., 19

  • Schiesser, Eric, 1C

  • Schmidt, Greg R., 0W, 0Y

  • Seals, Len, 05

  • Shepard, R. Hamilton, 0G, 27

  • Sheppard, Giles, 25

  • Shi, Guang-wei, 0P

  • Sivokon, V. P., 1P

  • Silver, Richard M., 1D

  • Sinzinger, S., 0D

  • Smith, Daniel G., 1G

  • Sohn, Martin Y., 1D

  • Song, Weitao, 0J

  • Sparrold, Scott W., 27

  • Spencer, Harvey M., 0A

  • Su, Jingqin, 0E

  • Su, Yu, 07

  • Sueoka, Stacey R., 08

  • Sullivan, Joseph, 06

  • Swan, Elizabeth, 1F

  • Tang, Chia-Hui, 0F

  • Tate, Tyler, 1F

  • Thibault, Simon, 1N

  • Thompson, Kevin P., 02, 0L, 0O, 1V

  • Thorpe, Michael D., 1J, 1P

  • Tian, Xiaocheng, 0E

  • Traub, Martin, 1I

  • Tsai, Jih-Run, 0F

  • Utzinger, Urs, 1F

  • Vaughnn, David, 05

  • Visconti, Anthony J., 0W, 1E

  • Vorndran, Shelby D., 1R

  • Wang, Bang-Ji, 0F

  • Wang, Chao, 0P

  • Wang, Fang, 0E

  • Wang, Jianjun, 0E

  • Wang, Ling-jie, 0P

  • Wang, Qiwei, 1H

  • Wang, Wei, 07

  • Wang, Yongtian, 0J, 1H, 21

  • Wang, Yuancheng, 0E

  • Wang, Zhuo, 14

  • Watanabe, Takeshi, 1T

  • Wei, Jingxuan, 07

  • Wheelwright, Brian M., 15, 16

  • Whiteaker, Kevin L., 0O

  • Williams, Daniel J. L., 0X

  • Wu, Hong-bo, 0P

  • Wu, Rengmao, 0M, 0R

  • Wu, Yan-xiong, 0P

  • Xie, Yongjie, 07

  • Xu, Chen, 1H

  • Yang, Haiyue, 0K

  • Yee, Anthony, 0X

  • Young, Garam, 1X

  • Youngworth, Richard N., 0T, 17, 18

  • Yuan, Haoyu, 0E

  • Yuan, Qiang, 0E

  • Zavislan, James, 1L

  • Zeng, Fei, 0P

  • Zhang, Hu, 1N

  • Zhang, Jian-ping, 0P

  • Zhang, Ji-zhen, 0P

  • Zhang, Rui, 0E

  • Zhang, Xiaomin, 0E

  • Zhang, Xin, 0P

  • Zhang, Yaqin, 0M, 0R

  • Zhang, Ying, 0E

  • Zhao, Hui, 07

  • Zheng, Wanguo, 0E

  • Zheng, Zhenrong, 0R

  • Zhou, Wei, 0E

  • Zhu, Qihua, 0E

  • Zhu, Yang, 0P

Conference Committees

  • Conference Chairs

    • Mariana Figueiro, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (United States)

    • Scott Lerner, Carl Zeiss AG (United States)

    • Julius Muschaweck, ARRI (Germany)

    • John Rogers, Synopsys, Inc. (United States)

  • Program Committee

    • Dave Aikens, Savvy Optics Corporation (United States)

    • Miguel Alonso, University of Rochester (United States)

    • Rob Bates, FiveFocal LLC (United States)

    • Julie Bentley, University of Rochester (United States)

    • Florian Bociort, Technische Universiteit Delft (Netherlands)

    • Peter Brick, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH (Germany)

    • Thomas Brown, University of Rochester (United States)

    • Scott Cahall, Eastman Kodak Company (United States)

    • William Cassarly, Synopsys, Inc. (United States)

    • Chir-Weei Chang, Industrial Technology Research Institute (Taiwan)

    • Russell Chipman, The University of Arizona (United States)

    • Peter Clark, LensVector, Inc. (United States)

    • Josh Cobb, Corning Tropel Corporation (United States)

    • Jim Contreras, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation (United States)

    • Jasmin Cote, Side by Side Optical Engineering (Canada)

    • Marta De La Fuente, INDRA (Spain)

    • J. Rufino Diaz-Uribe, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico (Mexico)

    • Alexander Epple, Carl Zeiss AG (Germany)

    • Florian Fournier, Apple, Inc. (United States)

    • Edward Freniere, Lambda Research Corporation (United States)

    • G. Groot Gregory, Synopsys, Inc. (United States)

    • John Greivenkamp, The University of Arizona (United States)

    • Anurag Gupta, Google, Inc. (United States)

    • Lakshminarayan Hazra, University of Calcutta (India)

    • Joseph Howard, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (United States)

    • Richard Juergens, Raytheon Missile Systems Company (United States)

    • Norbert Kerwien, Carl Zeiss AG (Germany)

    • David Kessler, Kessler Optics & Photonics Solutions Ltd. (United States)

    • John Koshel, The University of Arizona (United States)

    • Kenneth Kubala, FiveFocal LLC (United States)

    • Jay Kumler, JENOPTIK Optical Systems LLC (United States)

    • Wai-sze Tiffany Lam, University of Arizona (United States)

    • Paul Leisher, nLight Corporation (United States)

    • Rongguang Liang, University of Arizona (United States)

    • Irina Livshits, NRU ITMO (Russian Federation)

    • Virendra Mahajan, The Aerospace Corporation (United States)

    • Daniel Malacara Hernandez, Centro de Investigaciones en Optica AC (Mexico)

    • Stephan Malkmus, OSRAM GmbH (Germany)

    • Paul Manhart, Sigma Space Corporation (United States)

    • Romeo Mercado, RM Optical Design Consulting (United States)

    • Paul Michaloski, Corning Advanced Optics (United States)

    • Michael Missig, Bausch & Lomb, Inc. (United States)

    • Kenneth Moore, Radiant Zemax, LLC (United States)

    • Pantazis Mouroulis, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (United States)

    • Iain Neil, Scotoptix (Switzerland)

    • Thomas Nobis, Carl Zeiss AG (Germany)

    • Vladimir Oliker, Emory University (United States)

    • Craig Olson, L-3 Communications (United States)

    • Donald O'Shea, Georgia Institute of Technology (United States)

    • Richard Pfisterer, Photon Engineering LLC (United States)

    • Andrew Rakich, European Southern Observatory (Germany)

    • Henning Rehn, OSRAM GmbH (Germany)

    • Jannick Rolland, University of Rochester (United States)

    • Kevin Rolland-Thompson, Synopsys, Inc. (United States)

    • Martha Rosete-Aguilar, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico (Mexico)

    • Jose Sasian, The University of Arizona (United States)

    • David Shafer, David Shafer Optical Design (United States)

    • Vesselin Shaoulov, University of Central Florida (United States)

    • Narkis Shatz, Science Applications International Corporation (United States)

    • Bryan Stone, Synopsys, Inc. (United States)

    • Wilhelm Ulrich, Carl Zeiss AG (Germany)

    • Sergio Vazquez-Montiel, Universidad Politécnica de Tulancingo (Mexico)

    • Yongtian Wang, Beijing Institute of Technology (China)

    • Rolf Wartmann, Carl Zeiss Microimaging GmbH (Germany)

    • David Williamson, Nikon Research Corporation of America (United States)

    • Andrew Wood, Qioptiq Ltd. (United Kingdom)

    • Akira Yabe, Akira Yabe Lens Design (Germany)

    • Garam Young, Synopsys, Inc (United States)

    • Richard Youngworth, Riyo LLC (United States)

    • Maria Yzuel, Universidad Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)

  • Lens Design Problem Committee

    • Richard Juergens, Raytheon Missile Systems Company (United States)

    • Paul Manhart, Sigma Space Corporation (United States)

    • Andrew Wood, Qioptiq Ltd. (United Kingdom)

    • Thomas Nobis, Carl Zeiss AG (Germany)

    • David Shafer, David Shafer Optical Design (United States)

  • Illumination Design Problem Committee

    • William Cassarly, Synopsys, Inc. (United States)

    • Josh Cobb, Corning Tropel Corporation (United States)

    • John Koshel, The University of Arizona (United States)

    • Paul Michaloski, Corning Advanced Optics (United States)

  • Session Chairs

    • Joint Plenary Session

    • Jannick Rolland, University of Rochester (United States)

      • 1 Photography

        • Kenneth Kubala, FiveFocal LLC (United States)

      • 2 Exotic Optics I

        • Michael Missig, Bausch & Lomb, Inc. (United States)

      • 3 Astronomy

        • Joseph Howard, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (United States)

      • 4 Microscopy/Lithography

        • Alexander Epple, Carl Zeiss AG (Germany)

      • 5 Measurement/Manufacturing

        • Henning Rehn, OSRAM GmbH (Germany)

      • 6 Theory I

        • Andrew Rakich, European Southern Observatory (Germany)

      • 7 Tolerancing

        • Dave Aikens, Savvy Optics Corporation (United States)

      • 8 Exotic Optics II

        • David Williamson, Nikon Research Corporation of America (United States)

      • 9 Optimization

        • Garam Young, Synopsys, Inc. (United States)

      • 10 GRIN

        • Julie Bentley, University of Rochester (United States)

      • 11 Theory II

        • Craig Olson, L-3 Communications (United States)

      • 12 Medical/Biology

        • Thomas Brown, University of Rochester (United States)

      • 13 LED Optics/Solar

        • John Koshel, The University of Arizona (United States)

      • 14 Freeform Optics I

        • Richard Pfisterer, Photon Engineering LLC (United States)

      • 15 Freeform Optics II

        • Kevin Rolland-Thompson, Synopsys, Inc. (United States)

      • 16 Freeform Optics III

        • William Cassarly, Synopsys, Inc. (United States)

Introduction

The International Optical Design Conference (IODC) series, has been held approximately every four years, on a regular basis since 1975, when it was held at Haverford College, in Pennsylvania. Formerly IODC was known as ILDC, with an emphasis on “Lens Design” rather than “Optical Design.” The 2014 IODC took place at the beautiful Kohala Coast, just north of Kona, Hawaii.

Over the nearly four decades in which the conference has been held, the IODC has remained the premier forum for exchange of ideas among optical designers. The IODC captures the progress in the continuously evolving fields of imaging optical design, and more recently, illumination optical design. Optics, a discipline as old as science itself, permeates our world today.

As always, the IODC 2014 brought together an international group of experts in the field of optical design, and included many familiar faces, as well as newer practitioners in the field. In an intense four day program filled with outstanding plenary, invited and contributed talks, the attendees shared their insights in a wide variety of areas. The talks covered the whole range from new scientific results in practical topics like tolerancing, and from well-established fields like microscopy to novel, exotic applications.

In what has become a modern tradition, the IODC was co-located with other conferences on related topics: Optical Fabrication and Testing (OF&T) and Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging (COSI). A special highlight was the “Freeform Day” with three full sessions on freeform optics, both from imaging and illumination viewpoints.

The program committee did an excellent job to promote the conference, solicit contributed papers, and to provide high quality reviews of the over 140 submitted papers.

The joint plenary session for all three conferences featured three speakers: Dr. Jeff R. Kuhn from the University of Hawaii introduced us to the Colossus Project, dedicated to finding Earth-like civilizations in the galactic neighborhood; Dr. David Brady from Duke University spoke about the challenge to measure everything—the complete spectral light field at an aperture; finally, Dr. Kevin Rolland-Thompson brought the fields of computational imaging and lens design together, showing us how advances in one field will significantly change the other.

The IODC program had 16 sessions on a wide variety of topics, including 16 invited talks, complemented by a joint poster session with OF&T and COSI on Tuesday night. The overall quality of the presentations was widely regarded as outstanding, up to the high standard that IODC had been setting over the years.

We were fortunate to have several award ceremonies at the conference. Dr. Juan Carlos Miñano received the prestigious Joseph Fraunhofer Award/Robert M. Burley Prize, for his discovery of exceptional new design methods both for imaging and illumination optics, during more than three decades. The Michael Kidger Memorial Scholarship Award went to Brian Wheelwright this year, a PhD student at the University of Arizona.

The award for “Best Student Paper” was presented to Tzu-Yu Wu of the University of Arizona, with co-authors Arthur Gmitro and Andrew Rouse. Aaron Bauer from the University of Rochester, Stacey Suoka and Tamer Elazhary, both from the University of Arizona, all received the Robert S. Hilbert Memorial Student Travel Grants, helping them to fund their travel. Thanks to the sponsors of all these awards, and to the volunteers who served on the award committees. Their generous efforts show the dedication of the optical design community members to their field.

We have been honored to serve as chairs for IODC 2014. It is the joint effort of many people that makes IODC a unique event, time and again, capturing the state of our fascinating field every four years. Special thanks go to all companies and institutions that have the vision and the generosity to let their employees help to make conferences like IODC happen. We thank IODC’s corporate sponsors, namely American Elements, Edmund Optics, Optimax, Rochester Precision Optics, and Synopsys, for their generous financial support. Thanks also go to all of our exhibitors and authors. We thank OSA and SPIE for supporting IODC, time and again. Thank you, Groot Gregory, for managing the IODC web site, www.iodc.info. Special appreciation is extended to OSA, and SPIE, who worked hard and gave their best to make IODC 2014 the positively memorable event that it was, and to create this proceedings volume.

Finally, we thank everyone for taking the time and effort to travel to Hawaii, to share your insights and your expertise, keeping the optical design community thriving and alive. We look forward to seeing you at future International Optical Design Conferences. For further information, please see the IODC website at www.iodc.info, which is regularly updated with new information about the next IODC.

Mariana Figueiro

Scott Lerner

Julius Muschaweck

John Rogers

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