Abstract
This is a list of reviewers who volunteered for JATIS in 2017.
2017 List of Reviewers

The Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems would like to sincerely thank the following individuals who served as reviewers in 2017. The success of our publication hinges on the voluntary contributions of time and energy put forth by these professionals.

  • Rasha Abbasi

  • Lyu Abe

  • D. Acton

  • Alex Agudo Berbel

  • S. Mark Ammons

  • Sylvia Baggett

  • Marco Barbera

  • Jo Bartlett

  • Denis Bernard

  • Varun Bhalerao

  • Pascal Blain

  • Gabriel Brammer

  • Eric Cady

  • Qisheng Cai

  • Maria Ceballos

  • Ivan Charles

  • Shi Cheng

  • Myung Cho

  • Finn Christensen

  • Johanan Codona

  • David Content

  • Timothy Cook

  • Carlos M. Correia

  • William Craig

  • Andrea Cremonini

  • Ric Davies

  • Craig DeForest

  • Roland den Hartog

  • Susana Deustua

  • John Doty

  • Vladislav Druzhin

  • Toshikazu Ebisuzaki

  • Christoph Englert

  • Simone Esposito

  • Abraham Falcone

  • Philippe Ferrando

  • James Fienup

  • Joseph Fowler

  • Richard Frazin

  • Peter Friedrich

  • Cynthia Froning

  • Jason Fucik

  • Massimiliano Galeazzi

  • Raphael Galicher

  • Victor Genberg

  • Elizabeth George

  • Cuiling Gong

  • Robert A. Gonsalves

  • Timothy Goodsall

  • Fermin Granados-Agustin

  • James Green

  • Matthew Griffin

  • Matteo Guainazzi

  • Charles Hailey

  • David Hall

  • Xiuyou Han

  • Leon Harding

  • David Harrington

  • Walter Harris

  • William Hayden

  • Elizabeth Hays

  • Ian Hepburn

  • Donald Hutter

  • Rebecca Jensen-Clem

  • Xiaohua Jian

  • Tuneyoshi Kamae

  • Ali Kashani

  • Brian Kern

  • Ritva Keski-Kuha

  • Kiranmayee Kilaru

  • Peter Kittel

  • Gregory Kowalski

  • Ralph Kraft

  • Gerard Kriss

  • Olivier Lai

  • Florence Laurent

  • Christopher Leitz

  • Olivier Limousin

  • Martin Linder

  • Weiyi Liu

  • Gaspare Lo Curto

  • Douglas MacMartin

  • Kristin Madsen

  • Kazuo Makishima

  • Jared Males

  • David Marcus

  • Mark Marley

  • Christian Marois

  • Frantz Martinache

  • Philip Mauskopf

  • Dimitri Mawet

  • Johan Mazoyer

  • Stephan McCandliss

  • Tyler McCracken

  • Peter McCullough

  • Michael McElwain

  • James P. McGuire

  • Brian McLeod

  • Norbert Meidinger

  • Eric Miller

  • Franklin Miller

  • Jon Miller

  • Hiromasa Miyasaka

  • Guillaume Molodij

  • Fabio Muleri

  • Fionn Murtagh

  • Takeshi Nakamori

  • Benoit Neichel

  • Bijan Nemati

  • Joel Nissen

  • John Nousek

  • Steve O’dell

  • Peter Onaka

  • Stephen Padin

  • Francois Pajot

  • Sang Park

  • Arvind Parmar

  • Philippe Peille

  • Marshall Perrin

  • Angela Piegari

  • Luigi Piro

  • Paul Plucinsky

  • Gregory Prigozhin

  • Rafael Probst

  • Roberto Ragazzoni

  • Andrew Rakich

  • Trupti Ranka

  • Paul Ray

  • George Rieke

  • Marco Riva

  • Massimo Robberto

  • Suzanne Romaine

  • Richard Rothschild

  • Garreth Ruane

  • James Ryan

  • David Schiminovich

  • Eddie Schwieterman

  • Babak Sedghi

  • Eugene Serabyn

  • Lior Shamir

  • Keisuke Shinozaki

  • Carey Smith

  • Randall Smith

  • Frans Snik

  • Paolo Soffitta

  • Daniele Spiga

  • Olaf Stenzel

  • Eric Stoneking

  • Vyshnavi Suntharalingam

  • Viktor Syvokin

  • Andrew Szymkowiak

  • Masayuki Tanaka

  • Vincent Tatischeff

  • Theo ten Brummelaar

  • Irwin Tendler

  • Sandrine Thomas

  • Alan Tokunaga

  • John Trauger

  • Melville Ulmer

  • Giuseppe Vacanti

  • Henk van Weers

  • Dezso Varga

  • Gautam Vasisht

  • Christophe Verinaud

  • Arthur Vigan

  • Colin Wade

  • Michael Watson

  • Martyn Wells

  • Brian Welsch

  • Francois Wildi

  • Richard Willingale

  • Joern Wilms

  • Julien Woillez

  • Sheng Lih Yeh

  • Frederic Zamkotsian

  • William W. Zhang

© 2018 Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE)
"2017 List of Reviewers," Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems 4(1), 010101 (19 January 2018). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JATIS.4.1.010101 . Submission:
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