Dr. Mike Lieber
Staff Consultant at Ball Aerospace
SPIE Involvement:
Area of Expertise:
control systems , integrated modeling , optical system analysis , Matlab/ simulink development
Profile Summary

Mr Lieber has worked at Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp since 1986 developing advanced control systems and leading the integrated modeling area. Mr Lieber is the developer of the integrated modeling (IM) tools used on the James Webb Space Telescope called the Integrated Telescope Model and has further developed a broader IM toolset, called EOSyM used in support of a variety of new business pursuits. Using EOSyM, Mr Lieber has investigated numerous complex optical systems including advanced telescope systems, interferometers, lidar and laser-based systems and spectrometer instruments.
Publications (28)

Proceedings Article | 25 May 2018 Paper
Proc. SPIE. 10631, Ocean Sensing and Monitoring X
KEYWORDS: Finite-difference time-domain method, LIDAR, Light scattering, Laser scattering, Wavefronts, Spatial light modulators, Mie scattering

Proceedings Article | 17 September 2014 Paper
Proc. SPIE. 9226, Nanophotonics and Macrophotonics for Space Environments VIII
KEYWORDS: Fabry–Perot interferometers, Data modeling, Modulation, Sensors, Laser applications, Interference (communication), Field programmable gate arrays, Control systems, Semiconductor lasers, Laser stabilization

Proceedings Article | 18 September 2013 Paper
Proc. SPIE. 8836, Optomechanical Engineering 2013
KEYWORDS: Telescopes, Spectrographs, Gemini Observatory, Cameras, Sensors, Calibration, Charge-coupled devices, Optical benches, Optical instrument design, Thermal modeling

SPIE Journal Paper | 15 July 2013
OE Vol. 52 Issue 09
KEYWORDS: Mirrors, Optics manufacturing, Precision optics, Manufacturing, Actuators, Wavefront sensors, Space telescopes, Control systems, Adaptive optics, Reflectivity

Proceedings Article | 27 August 2010 Paper
Proc. SPIE. 7807, Earth Observing Systems XV
KEYWORDS: Data modeling, Backscatter, Reflection, LIDAR, Sensors, Ocean optics, Performance modeling, Atmospheric modeling, Systems modeling, Instrument modeling

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Conference Committee Involvement (1)
Space Systems Optomechanics and Dynamics
5 August 2004 | Denver, Colorado, United States
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