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SPIE conferences bring together engineers and scientists to present their latest research and to network with peers. Each year SPIE conferences result in approximately 350 proceedings volumes comprising 16,000+ papers and presentation recordings reporting on photonics-driven advancements in areas such as biomedicine, astronomy, defense and security, renewable energy, and more.

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A robust line matching method based on local appearance descriptor and neighboring geometric attributes

Jing Xing, Zhenzhong Wei, Guangjun Zhang (2016)


Progress in EUV lithography toward manufacturing

Seong-Sue Kim, et al. (2017)


Testing of next-generation nonlinear calibration based non-uniformity correction techniques using SWIR devices

McKenna R. Lovejoy, Mark A. Wickert (2017)


Three-dimensional hyperspectral imaging technique

Jörgen Ahlberg, Ingmar G. Renhorn, Tomas R. Chevalier, Joakim Rydell, David Bergström (2017)


Flexo printed sol-gel derived vanadium oxide films as an interfacial hole-transporting layer for organic solar cells

Terho Kololuoma, Jiangping Lu, Salima Alem, Neil Graddage, Raluca Movileanu, Simona Moisa, Ye Tao (2015)


The radiation environment at L2 as seen by Gaia

Ralf Kohley, et al. (2014)


The future of EUV lithography: enabling Moore's Law in the next decade

Alberto Pirati, et al. (2017)


Compact hyperspectral image sensor based on a novel hyperspectral encoder

Alex N. Hegyi, Joerg Martini (2015)


Progress on MCT SWIR modules for passive and active imaging applications

R. Breiter, M. Benecke, D. Eich, H. Figgemeier, A. Weber, J. Wendler, A. Sieck (2017)


Demonstration of free-space optical communication for long-range data links between balloons on Project Loon

Bruce Moision, et al. (2017)


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Proceedings of SPIE: 0277-786X
Progress in Biomedical Optics: 1605-7422

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