Prof. Donald C. O'Shea
Emeritus Professor at
SPIE Involvement:
Board of Directors | Engineering, Science, and Technology Policy Committee | Executive Committee | Fellows Committee | Information Technology Committee | Nominating Committee | Past Presidents | Publications Committee | Strategic Planning Committee | Symposia Committee | Fellow status | Symposium Chair | Conference Chair | Author | Editor | Instructor
Publications (147)

SPIE Journal Paper | December 1, 2009
OE Vol. 48 Issue 12
KEYWORDS: Optical engineering, Eye, Optical design

SPIE Journal Paper | November 1, 2009
OE Vol. 48 Issue 11
KEYWORDS: Optical engineering, LCDs, Physics, Video, Advanced distributed simulations, Lead, Mirrors

SPIE Journal Paper | October 1, 2009
OE Vol. 48 Issue 10
KEYWORDS: Optical engineering, Multimedia, Mining, Databases, Hardcopies, Electrons, Photons, Gold

SPIE Journal Paper | September 1, 2009
OE Vol. 48 Issue 09
KEYWORDS: Lens design, Computing systems, Refraction, Optical engineering, Optical design, Software, Electro-optical engineering, Zoom lenses, Light emitting diodes, Microelectromechanical systems

SPIE Journal Paper | August 1, 2009
OE Vol. 48 Issue 08
KEYWORDS: Optical engineering, Infrared imaging, Infrared radiation, Analytical research, Electro optics, Electro optical systems, Infrared technology, Imaging systems, Modeling and simulation, Night vision

SPIE Journal Paper | July 1, 2009
OE Vol. 48 Issue 07

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Conference Committee Involvement (7)
Hot Topics in Optoelectronics
29 August 2005 | Warsaw, Poland
Congress on Optics and Optoelectronics
28 August 2005 | Warsaw, Poland
International Topical Symposium on Advanced Optical Manufacturing and Testing Technology
1 November 2000 | Chengdu, China
Education in Optics
28 September 1991 | Leningrad, Russian Federation
Analysis of Optical Structures
23 July 1991 | San Diego, CA, United States
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Course Instructor
SC190: Introduction to Diffractive Optics
Diffractive optics provides an additional tool for optical systems design and a whole new range of optical components for optical engineering. This course introduces the basic principles of diffractive optics. It describes the techniques used to design, fabricate, and test these devices. Techniques for low cost, moderate resolution pattern generation using desktop publishing tools are presented.
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