Klaus Hass
Masters Candidate at Univ of Buenos Aires
SPIE Involvement:
Author | Student Chapter President
Area of Expertise:
Interferometry , Embedded Systems , Microelectronics , FPGA
Profile Summary

I am a final year student of Electronic Engineering at the University of Buenos Aires, currently working as an undergraduate research student. I work on Software Defined Optoelectronic systems for ultrasound detection, which has applications in photoacoustic imaging and sensing. Particularly, my research is focused on using Software Defined Radio (SDR) in high speed optical dynamic interferometry. My research experience includes the development of RF optoelectronic front-ends, optical design and signal processing in embedded systems.
I also have a job as a teaching assistant in an introductory Physics course at the University of Buenos Aires. The contents of the course include basic mechanics and optics.
Publications (1)

Proceedings Article | 9 September 2019
Proc. SPIE. 11105, Novel Optical Systems, Methods, and Applications XXII
KEYWORDS: Interferometers, Ultrasonography, Laser development, Nondestructive evaluation, Ultrasonics, Signal processing, Laser interferometry, Software development, Optical interferometry, Bragg cells

Conference Committee Involvement (1)
20 May 2019 |
Course Instructor
NON-SPIE: Fast Photodetection and Applications of SDR in Optical Interferometry
This workshop consists of two blocks. The first one is about the design, construction, and characterization of transimpedance amplifiers for photodetectors. The second one is about Software Defined Radio and its applications in optical Interferometry
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