Jeremy Huddleston
Optical Engineering Manager at LightPath Technologies Inc
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Area of Expertise:
Imaging lenses and lens systems , IR lenses , Fiber/waveguide coupling , Laser collimation , Wafer-level optics , Molded optics
Profile Summary

Jeremy Huddleston is the lead optical engineer and Optical Engineering Manager at LightPath Technologies and is responsible for the design and optical test of LightPath's precision glass molded (PGM) lenses. He was the lens designer for FLIR’s LEPTON camera core inside the FLIR ONE, which was the first smartphone-based thermal imager and smallest microbolometer-based thermal camera. Jeremy previously worked at DigitalOptics Corporation (Tessera), purchased by FLIR Systems, for over a decade where he gained extensive experience designing and testing wafer-level optics for a variety of applications, including visible cell phone cameras, thermal cameras, and fiber-optic sensors. In addition, he has extensive experience working with optical test and lens metrology systems such as interferometers, profilometers, and MTF testers.
Publications (8)

Proceedings Article | 29 January 2018 Presentation + Paper
Proceedings Volume 10561, 105610J (2018)
KEYWORDS: LIDAR, Aspheric lenses, Collimators, Unmanned vehicles, Semiconductor lasers, Optical components, Transmitters, Glasses, Phased array optics, Collimation

Proceedings Article | 24 August 2017 Presentation + Paper
Proceedings Volume 10181, 101810Q (2017)
KEYWORDS: Chalcogenide glass, Thermography, Image sensors, Sensors, Cameras, Precision glass molding, Oxides, Glasses, Infrared imaging, Infrared radiation

Proceedings Article | 27 September 2016 Presentation + Paper
Alan Symmons, Jeremy Huddleston, Dennis Knowles
Proceedings Volume 9949, 994909 (2016)
KEYWORDS: Precision glass molding, Optics manufacturing, Glasses, Design for manufacturability, Aspheric lenses, Lens design, Glass molding, Manufacturing, Optical design, Tolerancing

Proceedings Article | 26 May 2015 Paper
Proceedings Volume 9451, 94511O (2015)
KEYWORDS: Glasses, Thermography, Long wavelength infrared, Lenses, Chalcogenide glass, Germanium, Modulation transfer functions, Precision glass molding, Chalcogenides, Infrared radiation

Proceedings Article | 24 June 2014 Paper
Proceedings Volume 9070, 90702E (2014)
KEYWORDS: Modulation transfer functions, Thermography, Chalcogenides, Sensors, Zinc, Cameras, Germanium, Long wavelength infrared, Optics manufacturing, Infrared materials

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