Dr. Marc-Antoine Martinod
Postdoctoral Research Associate at KU Leuven
SPIE Involvement:
Publications (25)

SPIE Journal Paper | 15 February 2024
JATIS, Vol. 10, Issue 01, 015002, (February 2024) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.10.1117/1.JATIS.10.1.015002
KEYWORDS: Nulling interferometry, Wavefront errors, Optical design, Equipment, Polarization, Optical path differences, L band, Design, Birefringence, Error analysis

SPIE Journal Paper | 30 November 2023 Open Access
JATIS, Vol. 9, Issue 04, 048005, (November 2023) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.10.1117/1.JATIS.9.4.048005
KEYWORDS: Calibration, Data modeling, Signal to noise ratio, Education and training, Nulling interferometry, Equipment, Point spread functions, Wavefronts, Sensors, Optical path differences

SPIE Journal Paper | 27 June 2023
JATIS, Vol. 9, Issue 02, 025007, (June 2023) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.10.1117/1.JATIS.9.2.025007
KEYWORDS: Equipment, Stars, L band, Exoplanets, Astronomical interferometers, Nulling interferometry, Imaging systems, Spatial resolution, Planets, Planetary systems

SPIE Journal Paper | 22 October 2022
Teresa Klinner-Teo, Marc-Antoine Martinod, Peter Tuthill, Simon Gross, Barnaby Norris, Sergio Leon-Saval
JATIS, Vol. 8, Issue 04, 045001, (October 2022) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.10.1117/1.JATIS.8.4.045001
KEYWORDS: Waveguides, Phase shifts, Nulling interferometry, Planets, Stars, Colorimetry, Exoplanets, Interferometry, Wavefronts, Directional couplers

Proceedings Article | 30 August 2022 Presentation + Paper
Olivier Guyon, Kyohoon Ahn, Thayne Currie, Vincent Deo, Sebastiaan Haffert, Julien Lozi, Jared Males, Marc-Antoine Martinod, Barnaby Norris, Nour Skaf, Peter Tuthill, Sébastien Vievard, Alison Wong
Proceedings Volume 12185, 121850E (2022) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2630503
KEYWORDS: Point spread functions, Calibration, Speckle, Wavefronts, Telescopes, Imaging systems, Planets, Photonics, Coronagraphy, Stars

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