Dr. Allen J. Bronowicki
Technical Fellow at Northrop Grumman Corp
SPIE Involvement:
Author | Instructor
Publications (12)

Proceedings Article | 2 August 2014 Paper
Justin Rey, Allan Wirth, Andrew Jankevics, Franklin Landers, David Rohweller, C. Bill Chen, Allen Bronowicki
Proceedings Volume 9143, 914318 (2014) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2057182
KEYWORDS: Mirrors, Image segmentation, Telescopes, Space telescopes, Silicon carbide, James Webb Space Telescope, Polishing, Signal to noise ratio, Observatories, Manufacturing

Proceedings Article | 10 August 2010 Paper
Paul Brugarolas, James Alexander, John Trauger, Dwight Moody, Robert Egerman, Phillip Vallone, Jason Elias, Reem Hejal, Vanessa Camelo, Allen Bronowicki, David O'Connor, Richard Patrick, Pawel Orzechowski, Connie Spittler, Chuck Lillie
Proceedings Volume 7731, 77314V (2010) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.856518
KEYWORDS: Stars, Space telescopes, Telescopes, Coronagraphy, Space operations, Optical isolators, Control systems, Cameras, Point spread functions, Observatories

Proceedings Article | 18 August 2005 Paper
Proceedings Volume 5867, 58670N (2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.617504
KEYWORDS: Code v, James Webb Space Telescope, Mirrors, Distortion, MATLAB, Geometrical optics, Finite element methods, Ray tracing, Systems modeling, Observatories

Proceedings Article | 12 October 2004 Paper
John Nella, Paul Atcheson, Charles Atkinson, Doug Au, Allen Bronowicki, Ed Bujanda, Andy Cohen, Don Davies, Paul Lightsey, Richard Lynch, Ray Lundquist, Michael Menzel, Martin Mohan, John Pohner, Paul Reynolds, Henry Rivera, Scott Texter, David Shuckstes, Debra Fitzgerald Simmons, Robert Smith, Pamela Sullivan, Dean Waldie, Rob Woods
Proceedings Volume 5487, (2004) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.548928
KEYWORDS: Mirrors, Observatories, James Webb Space Telescope, Space telescopes, Telescopes, Image segmentation, Actuators, Space operations, Wavefronts, Stars

Proceedings Article | 5 August 2003 Paper
Proceedings Volume 5056, (2003) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.483440
KEYWORDS: Telescopes, Optical isolators, Space telescopes, Vibration control, Mirrors, Sensors, Actuators, Ferroelectric materials, Analog electronics, Active isolation

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Conference Committee Involvement (4)
Smart Structures and Integrated Systems
27 February 2006 | San Diego, California, United States
Smart Structures and Integrated Systems
7 March 2005 | San Diego, California, United States
Smart Structures and Integrated Systems
15 March 2004 | San Diego, CA, United States
Smart Structures and Integrated Systems
3 March 2003 | San Diego, California, United States
Course Instructor
SC126: Active Structures for Vibration and Shape Control
Smart structures are used in a wide range of products. The Hubble telescope contains smart materials for correcting optical deficiencies; chip fabrication equipment includes PZT actuators to cancel undesirable vibrations, and brassieres use memory metals to retain their shape in the laundry. This course presents fundamental concepts and practical instruction in the use of smart structures for these and other structural applications. Principles are reinforced using the Smart Strut Demo, a self-contained, portable active damping learning aid.
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