Bio

Bio


Hesselink's research encompasses nano-photonics, ultra high density optical data storage, nonlinear optics, optical super-resolution, materials science, three-dimensional image processing and graphics, and Internet technologies.

Academic Appointments


Administrative Appointments


  • Legal technology expert consultant, Israeli Supreme Court (1983 - Present)
  • Professor of EE, by courtesy, in AP and Aeronautics & Astronautics Depts, Stanford University (1980 - Present)
  • Member of the Board, Co-founder, MultiDigit Corp. (2002 - 2003)
  • Co-founder, Chairman, Senvid, Inc (1999 - 2007)
  • Chairman, Siros Technologies, Inc. (1997 - 2001)
  • Founder, Chairman, CEO, CTO, Siros Technologies (1995 - 1997)
  • Principal Investigator for the development of Digital Holographic Data Storage, DARPA (1994 - 2000)
  • Member of the technical staff, Space and Communications Group, Hughes Aircraft Company (1978 - 1979)
  • Instructor in Applied Physics, Senior Research fellow, Caltech (1977 - 1980)

Honors & Awards


  • NSF selection as being in top 1% of all US inventors, with over 100 patents in US and worldwide, . (2013)
  • Who is Who in America, Who is Who in the world, Who is Who business leaders, and related., . (2013)
  • NSF selection as being in top 1% of all US inventors, with over 100 patents in US and worldwide, . (2012)
  • Top 1% of US inventors, with over 100 patents worldwide, many licensed, . (2011)
  • Best Award, for pioneering contributions to holographic data storage, . (2007)
  • Who’sWho in the West, in Finance and Business, in American Education, in Executives & Professionals, . (2005)
  • Who’sWho in America, Who’sWho in Science and Engineering, . (2004-2005)
  • Fellow of SPIE, . (2003-2005)
  • America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals, . (2003-2004)
  • Who’s Who in Executive and Professionals, . (2000-2002)
  • National Instruments Prize for Innovations in Education - the first Internet controlled lab, . (1999)
  • National Storage Industry Leadership Award, . (1999)
  • Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences, . (1996)
  • Elected Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the US Air Force, . (1995-1998)
  • Who's Who Registry of Business Leaders, . (1994-1995)
  • Best Paper Award from the IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications Society, . (1994)
  • Best conference paper for Visualization, . (1994)
  • Director's Award for Significant Technical Achievement (First Fully Automated HDSS), . (1994)
  • Selected by the Secretary of the Airforce to be a member of the Air War College, . (1994)
  • Best Paper for the IEEE Visualization '91 Conference Award, . (1992)
  • Outstanding Paper for 1991 Award" for the Computer Society of the IEEE, . (1992)
  • Who's Who in Science and Engineering, . (1991)
  • Best Paper for the IEEE Visualization '90 Conference, . (1990)
  • Fellow, Optical Society of America, . (1990)
  • Ivited Member of Image Processing Ad Hoc Committee to solve the Hubble Space Telescope problem, . (1990)
  • American Men and Women of Science, . (1989)
  • International Directory of Distinguished Leadership, . (1989)
  • Progressive Architecture Award for the Astronaut Memorial, . (1989)
  • Who's Who in the West, . (1989)
  • Five Thousand Personalities of the World, . (1988)
  • International Leaders of Achievement award, . (1988)
  • Member of the design team for the Astronaut Memorial in Orlando, Florida, . (1988)
  • Men of Achievement, . (1988)
  • Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America, . (1988)
  • Personalities of the Americas, . (1987)
  • Who's Who in the West, . (1987)
  • Who's Who in California, . (1986)
  • Co-recipient of the Itek award for the paper Holographic Reciprocity Law Failure, . (1985)
  • Who's Who in Optical Science and Engineering, . (1985)
  • Engineer of the Year 1982, AIAA Northern California chapter, . (1983)
  • Triple star, *** Highest Teaching Rating at Caltech, . (1979,1980)
  • Josephine de Karman Fellowship, . (1974-1975)
  • Fulbright Scholar, recipient of IIE award and Dutch Government Fellowship award for studies abroad, . (1971-1974)
  • The Stheeman Prize for best academic performance, Twente Institute of Technology, . (1970)

Boards, Advisory Committees, Professional Organizations


  • Fellow, SPIE
  • Fellow, Optical Society of America
  • Member, American Physical Society
  • Member, American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics
  • Member, Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • Member, Sigma Xi
  • Ambassador, University of Twente (2013)
  • Board member, Yonsei University Advisory Board, Korea (2013)
  • Editor, Journal of 3-D Imaging (2013)
  • Expert witness, Major cases involving optical data storage and asbestos litigation (2013)
  • Founding Chairman, Secure Content Storage Association (SCSA) consisting of Warner Bros, Fox, WDC, Sandisk, Samsung, LG, Seagate (2013)
  • Member, Editorial Advisory Board of Optical Data Storage and Processing (2013)
  • Member, OSA Leith Awards committee (2013)
  • Ambassador, Twente University (2012)
  • Chairman, ODS 2012 meeting in Tucson Arizona (2012)
  • Co-Founder and Founding Chairman, the “Secure Content Storage Association”, a LLC formed between Warner Bros, Fox, Western Digital and Sandisk to develop the next generation of content storage platform for Premium Content (Follower to BluRay technology) (2012)
  • Editor, Journal of 3-D imaging (2012 - Present)
  • Member, OSA Awards Committee (2012 - Present)
  • NSF Proposal Review committee member, Expert witness in data storage and asbestos litigation (2012 - Present)
  • Chairman, International ISOM/ODS 2011 OSA meeting, Hawaii (2011)
  • Co-Founder, Secure Content Storage Association (2011)
  • 3D Editorial Board Member, 3DMR, Korea (2011 - Present)
  • Advisor, Dutch Government on energy issues (2011 - Present)
  • Ambassador, Twente University, 2011 (2011 - Present)
  • Distinguished member of International Advisory Board, Yonsei University, Korea (2011 - Present)
  • Founder and Sponsor, Leen van Wijngaarden Prize Foundation (2011 - Present)
  • Member, International Advisory Board, CC3DMR Korea (2011 - Present)
  • Chair, OSA bi-annual meeting on photorefractives, PR’07 (2007)
  • Moderator and Panel Organizer, Stanford Nanophotonics Workshop (2004)
  • Program Committee Member, IASTED International Conference on Communications, Internet and Information Technology (CIIT2004), St. Thomas, Virgin Islands (2004)
  • Program Committee Member, 2nd IASTED International Conference on Communication and Computer Networks (CCN 2004), Cambridge, MA (2004)
  • Co-organizer, OSA Topical Meeting, Optical Data Storage Conference, Vancouver, Canada. (2003)
  • Conference Chair, IASTED WOC 2003, Wireless and Optical Communications Conference, July 2003, Banff, Alberta, Canada (2003)
  • Meeting Organizer, CLEO Europe EQEC 2003, Symposium on Optical Storage, Munich, Germany (2003)
  • Conference Chair, IASTED ’00-’03 Technical Committee on Telecommunications, Banff, Canada (2002)
  • Member of the Organizing Committee, IEEE ’01, Symposium on Parallel and Large Data Visualization & Graphics, San Diego, CA (2001)
  • Program Committee Chair, Photonics West '00, San Jose, CA (2000)
  • Program Committee Chair, Photonics West '99, San Jose, CA (1999)
  • Stanford Organizer, International Workshop on Holographic Data Storage, Nice, France (1999)
  • Program Committee Chair, Photonics West '98, San Jose, CA (1998)
  • Program Committee Chair, Photonics West '97, San Jose, CA (1997)
  • Member of Organizing Committee, Symposium on Data Storage: 1996 Annual Meeting of the Optical Society of America, Rochester, New York (1996)
  • Member of Program Committee, International Symposium on Holographic Memories (1996)
  • Member of Program Committee, IEEE Visualizaiton '96, San Francisco, CA (1996)
  • Member of organizing committee, ICO XVII '96 Optics for Science and New Technology, Taejon, Korea (1996)
  • Member of organizing program committee, IS&T SPIE, Symposium on Electronic Imaging and Technology-Photonics West '96, San Jose, CA (1996)
  • Presiding Chair, OSA Annual Meeting, ILS, XCII Optics & Imaging Center, Rochester, NY (1996)
  • Program Committee Chair, OSA Topical Meet, "Holography,": Boston, MA (1996)
  • Chairperson, IEEE/LEOS, Lasers and Electro-Optics Society (1995)
  • Chairperson (Tutorial), CLEO/QELS '95, Baltimore, MD (1995)
  • Co-Chairperson, Photonics West '95, Practical Holography IX, San Jose, CA (1995)
  • Member of the Program Committee, Sixth Eurographics Workshop on Visualization in Scientific Computing, Porto Conte, Italy (1995)
  • Member of Editorial Board, IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (TVCG) (1994)
  • Member, Committee on Engineering in Biology and Medicine (1993)
  • Member of organizing committee, "Optical Computing" in Salt Lake City, Utah (1991)
  • Chairperson, "3-D Visualization of Scientific Data", SPIE Conference, San Diego, CA (1990)
  • Chairperson, Imaging, SPIE Conference, Los Angeles, CA (1990)
  • Member, Symposium on Electronic Imaging, Santa Clara, CA (1990)
  • Member, "Visualization" Panel, "Extracting Meaning from Complex Data" Conference,SPIE/SPSE (1990)
  • Organizer, NASA Scientific Visualization Workshop, Stanford University, Stanford, CA (1990)
  • Organizer, NASA Scientific Visualization Workshop, Stanford University, Stanford, CA (1990)
  • Organizer, Visualization of Scientific Data, SPIE (1989)
  • Organizer, Experimental Techniques, APS 42nd Annual Meeting, Palo Alto, CA (1989)
  • Organizer, Optical Interconnections for Computers, OSA Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL (1989)
  • Invited lecturer, Dynamic Optical Interconnects at the International School of Quantum Electronics, Erice, Italy (1988)
  • Member of the local organizing committee, Annual Meeting of the Optical Society of America, Santa Clara (1988)
  • Invited Visiting Professor, Tsinghua University in Beijing, China (1987)
  • Invited lecturer, lecture series on Digital and Optical Image Processing at the Von Karman Institute, Brussels, Belgium (1986)
  • Organizer, Topical meeting on "Holography", OSA, Honolulu, HI (1986)
  • Invited lecturer, Lecture series on Digital and Optical Image Processing at the Von Karman Institute, Brussels, Belgium (1984)
  • Meeting organizer and co-chairman, Twenty-Sixth International SPIE Meeting in San Diego (1982)
  • Program Organizer, SPRC Annual Meeting, “Nanophotonics,” Stanford Campus (2002 - 2003)
  • Principal Investigator, $53M DARPA program on Holographic optical data storage,involving four Universities and five major industrial partners, including IBM, Kodak, GTE, Rockwell International and Texas Instruments. Directed a group of 136 scientists and engineers which resulted in a demonstration platform that still has the best performance of any data storage system today. (1995 - 2000)
  • Member of the Scientific Advisory Board, United States Air Force reporting to the Secretary of the Airforce (1995 - 1998)
  • Member, Technical Committee of the IEEE Visualization '90, '91, '92 Annual Meetings (1990 - 1992)
  • Organizer, Practical Holography, SPIE (1989 - 1992)
  • Member of the design team, Astronaut Memorial in Orlando, Florida (1988 - 1990)
  • Member of advisory panel, National Science Foundation (1987 - 1990)
  • Presentation of short courses, Holography and digital image processing in the Netherlands, Germany, China, Israel, England, Italy (1981 - 1988)
  • Consultant, Hughes Aircraft Corporation, Microelectronics Corporation, Visulux Corporation, National Science Foundation, VSL Corporation, Physical Optics Corporation, Northrup and the Air Force (1980 - 1998)

Professional Education


  • Ph.D., Caltech, Applied Mechanics and Physics/Applied Physics (1977)
  • ENG, Twente University, Applied Mechanics and Physics (1974)
  • MS, Caltech, Applied Mechanics and Physics (1972)
  • BS, Twente Univeristy, Applied Mechanics and Physics (1970)
  • BS, Twente Univeristy, Applied Physics (1971)

Patents


  • "United States Patent 0055984 A1 Tip-enhanced Resonant Apertures"
  • "United States Patent 200100300934 Optical storage medium and method for optical data storage via local changes in reflectivity of a format grating"
  • "United States Patent 20020041564 Optical information medium"
  • "United States Patent 20020159487 Chirp-free directly modulated light source with integrated wavelocker"
  • "United States Patent 20030051006 1. Control and observation of physical devices, equipment and processes by multiple users over computer networks"
  • "United States Patent 20030191848 Access and control system for network enabled devices"
  • "United States Patent 20040009406 Optical data storage system and method"
  • "United States Patent 20040172449 VCR webification"
  • "United States Patent 20040202054 Near-field hybrid magnetic optical head system"
  • "United States Patent 20050030883 Near-field hybrid magnetic optical head system"
  • "United States Patent 20050030993 Near field optical apparatus"
  • "United States Patent 20050031278 Near-field sub-wavelength apertures"
  • "United States Patent 20090219716A1 LED Optical Lens"
  • "United States Patent 20090225644A1 Focusing and imaging compatible objective lenses for pixel-based and/or bit-based optical data recording and retrieval"
  • "United States Patent 2011055984-A1 Sub-wavelength optical aperture for near field optical probe application, has sub-wavelength antenna extending vertically from screen and inserted into part of screen extending into sub-wavelength aperture"
  • "United States Patent 2011150436-A1 Portable content container for use with e.g. set-top box, has control circuitry transmitting audio/video stream over high definition multimedia interface to display devive in response to display command"
  • "United States Patent 4,171,915 Laser Interferometer Probe"
  • "United States Patent 4,244,974 Multi-layer alimentary paste"
  • "United States Patent 4,674,824 Defect Enhancement in Periodic Structures"
  • "United States Patent 4,927,220 Optical Data Processing and Storage in Fiber Arrays"
  • "United States Patent 4,953,924 Nondestructive Readout in Photorefractive Media"
  • "United States Patent 5,450,218 Method of Encoding and Decoding Digital Data in Holographic Data Storage Media"
  • "United States Patent 5,640,256 Dynamic multiple wavelength filter using a stratified volume holographic optical element"
  • "United States Patent 5,665,493 Grated recording of holograms using rare-earth doped ferroelectric materials"
  • "United States Patent 5,674,267 Electric pulse applicator using pairs of needle electrodes for the treatment of biological tissue"
  • "United States Patent 5,684,612 Electronic Field Controlled Division Diffraction in Photorefractive Strontium Barium Niobate"
  • "United States Patent 5,684,612 (Continuation) Method and system for maintaining and controlling the signal-to-noise ratio of holograms recorded in ferroelectric photorefractive materials"
  • "United States Patent 5,729,364 Ion and impurity concentration optimization in photorefractive media for dynamic and fixed holography"
  • "United States Patent 5,740,184 Decision feedback viterbi detector for page-access optical memories"
  • "United States Patent 5,844,700 Novel Geometry for Holographic Data Storage and Readout"
  • "United States Patent 5,850,299 Architectures for digital wavelength-multiplexed holographic storage systems"
  • "United States Patent 5,877,873 Analog and Gray-Scale-Digital Compression for Video Stored in Volume Holographic Media"
  • "United States Patent 5,940,514 Encrypted Data Storage Based on Orthogonal Phase Code Multiplexing in Volume Holography"
  • "United States Patent 5,995,251 Apparatus for holographic data storage"
  • "United States Patent 5,995,292 Apparatus for adjustable spherical aberration correction"
  • "United States Patent 6,020,985 Multilayer reflection microhologram storage in tape media"
  • "United States Patent 6,023,355 Code Wavelength Multiplex Volume Holography"
  • "United States Patent 6,023,365 DMD illumination coupler"
  • "United States Patent 6,040,930 Volume holographic storage using rotated signal beam encoder"
  • "United States Patent 6,056,680 Method for manufacturing an airtight and moisture-proof cardboard box"
  • "United States Patent 6,064,586 Method for holographic data storage and retrieval"
  • "United States Patent 6,091,549 Method and apparatus for adjustable spherical aberration correction and focusing"
  • "United States Patent 6,104,511 Reflector-based off-axis optical system for holographic storage"
  • "United States Patent 6,108,110 Optical relay for pixel-based holographic storage and retrieval"
  • "United States Patent 6,111,828 Focus error signal generation using confocally filtered detection"
  • "United States Patent 6,115,192 Apparatus for adjustable spherical aberration correction"
  • "United States Patent 6,147,782 Positive unit magnification reflective optics for holographic storage"
  • "United States Patent 6,163,415 Loading and unloading a flying lens"
  • "United States Patent 6,212,148 Optical data storage by selective localized alteration of a format hologram"
  • "United States Patent 6,256,271 Focus error signal generation using two polarizers in confocal configuration"
  • "United States Patent 6,269,057 Focus error signal generation using a birefringent lens with confocal detection"
  • "United States Patent 6,288,804 Positive unit magnification reflective optics for holographic storage"
  • "United States Patent 6,288,986 Focus error signal generation using a birefringent plate with confocal detection"
  • "United States Patent 6,310,850 Method and apparatus for optical data storage and/or retrieval by selective alteration of a holographic storage medium"
  • "United States Patent 6,322,931 Method and apparatus for optical data storage using non-linear heating by excited state absorption for the alteration of pre-formatted holographic gratings"
  • "United States Patent 6,322,933 Volumetric track definition for data storage media used to record data by selective alteration of a format hologram"
  • "United States Patent 6,331,904 Reflection optics reference beam telescope"
  • "United States Patent 6,414,763 Digital holographic camera system and method having removable media"
  • "United States Patent 6,499,054 Control and Observation of physical devices, equipment and processes by multiple users over computer networks"
  • "United States Patent 6,732,158 VCR webification"
  • "United States Patent 6,807,131 Near field hybrid magnetic optical head system"
  • "United States Patent 8,196, 217 Tip-enhanced resonant apertures"
  • "United States Patent 8,341,275 Access and Control System for Network-enabled devices"
  • "United States Patent 8,352,567 VCR Webification"

Teaching

Postdoctoral Advisees


Publications

Journal Articles


  • Nano-Optical Conveyor Belt, Part I: Theory NANO LETTERS Hansen, P., Zheng, Y., Ryan, J., Hesselink, L. 2014; 14 (6): 2965-2970

    Abstract

    We propose a method for peristaltic transport of nanoparticles using the optical force field over a nanostructured surface. Nanostructures may be designed to produce strong near-field hot spots when illuminated. The hot spots function as optical traps, separately addressable by their resonant wavelengths and polarizations. By activating closely packed traps sequentially, nanoparticles may be handed off between adjacent traps in a peristaltic fashion. A linear repeating structure of three separately addressable traps forms a "nano-optical conveyor belt"; a unit cell with four separately addressable traps permits controlled peristaltic transport in the plane. Using specifically designed activation sequences allows particle sorting.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/nl404011s

    View details for Web of Science ID 000337337100001

  • Nano-Optical Conveyor Belt, Part II: Demonstration of Handoff Between Near-Field Optical Traps NANO LETTERS Zheng, Y., Ryan, J., Hansen, P., Cheng, Y., Lu, T., Hesselink, L. 2014; 14 (6): 2971-2976

    Abstract

    Optical tweezers have been widely used to manipulate biological and colloidal material, but the diffraction limit of far-field optics makes focused beams unsuitable for manipulating nanoscale objects with dimensions much smaller than the wavelength of light. While plasmonic structures have recently been successful in trapping nanoscale objects with high positioning accuracy, using such structures for manipulation over longer range has remained a significant challenge. In this work, we introduce a conveyor belt design based on a novel plasmonic structure, the resonant C-shaped engraving (CSE). We show how long-range manipulation is made possible by means of handoff between neighboring CSEs, and we present a simple technique for controlling handoff by rotating the polarization of laser illumination. We experimentally demonstrate handoff between a pair of CSEs for polystyrene spheres 200, 390, and 500 nm in diameter. We then extend this technique and demonstrate controlled particle transport down a 4.5 μm long "nano-optical conveyor belt."

    View details for DOI 10.1021/nl404045n

    View details for Web of Science ID 000337337100002

  • Fundamentals of excitation and resonance of a Near-Field Transducer in the presence of a conductive magnetic recording medium PHYSICS AND SIMULATION OF OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES XX Piper, J. R., Hansen, P. C., Hesselink, L. 2012; 8255

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.909477

    View details for Web of Science ID 000302993700017

  • Ultra-high resolution resonant C-shaped aperture nano-tip OPTICS EXPRESS Cheng, Y., Takashima, Y., Yuen, Y., Hansen, P. C., Leen, J. B., Hesselink, L. 2011; 19 (6): 5077-5085

    Abstract

    We report a new optical near-field transducer comprised of a metallic nano-antenna extending from the ridge of a C-shaped metallic nano-aperture. Finite-difference time domain simulations predict that the C-aperture nano-tip (CAN-Tip) provides high intensity (650x), high optical resolution (~?/60), and background-free near-field illumination at a wavelength of 980 nm. The CAN-Tip has an aperture resonance and tip antenna resonance which may be tuned independently, so the structure can be made resonant at ultraviolet wavelengths without being unduly small. This near-field optical resolution of 16.1 nm has been experimentally confirmed by employing the CAN-Tip as an NSOM probe.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000288871300040

    View details for PubMedID 21445142

  • Fast and accurate algorithms for quadratic phase integrals in optics and signal processing THREE-DIMENSIONAL IMAGING, VISUALIZATION, AND DISPLAY 2011 Koc, A., Ozaktas, H. M., Hesselink, L. 2011; 8043

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.884676

    View details for Web of Science ID 000294772300003

  • Nanophotonic Device Optimization with Adjoint FDTD 2011 CONFERENCE ON LASERS AND ELECTRO-OPTICS (CLEO) Hansen, P., Zheng, Y., Perederey, E., Hesselink, L. 2011
  • Sub-15 nm Photo-electron Source Using a Nano-aperture Integrated with a Nano-antenna 2011 CONFERENCE ON LASERS AND ELECTRO-OPTICS (CLEO) Cheng, Y., Takashima, Y., Maldonado, J. R., Scipioni, L., Ferranti, D., Pianetta, P. A., Hesselink, L., Pease, R. F. 2011
  • Novel Optical Architecture for High Capacity and High Data Transfer Rate Holographic Data Storage 2011 CONFERENCE ON LASERS AND ELECTRO-OPTICS (CLEO) Takashima, Y., Hesselink, L., Liu, J., Yang, L. 2011
  • Fast and accurate algorithm for the computation of complex linear canonical transforms JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION Koc, A., Ozaktas, H. M., Hesselink, L. 2010; 27 (9): 1896-1908

    Abstract

    A fast and accurate algorithm is developed for the numerical computation of the family of complex linear canonical transforms (CLCTs), which represent the input-output relationship of complex quadratic-phase systems. Allowing the linear canonical transform parameters to be complex numbers makes it possible to represent paraxial optical systems that involve complex parameters. These include lossy systems such as Gaussian apertures, Gaussian ducts, or complex graded-index media, as well as lossless thin lenses and sections of free space and any arbitrary combinations of them. Complex-ordered fractional Fourier transforms (CFRTs) are a special case of CLCTs, and therefore a fast and accurate algorithm to compute CFRTs is included as a special case of the presented algorithm. The algorithm is based on decomposition of an arbitrary CLCT matrix into real and complex chirp multiplications and Fourier transforms. The samples of the output are obtained from the samples of the input in approximately N log N time, where N is the number of input samples. A space-bandwidth product tracking formalism is developed to ensure that the number of samples is information-theoretically sufficient to reconstruct the continuous transform, but not unnecessarily redundant.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000281671900001

    View details for PubMedID 20808396

  • Near-field optical data storage using C-apertures APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Leen, J. B., Hansen, P., Cheng, Y., Gibby, A., Hesselink, L. 2010; 97 (7)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.3474801

    View details for Web of Science ID 000281153600075

  • Polymeric light delivery via a C-shaped metallic aperture JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Cho, E., Kang, S., Leen, J. B., Suh, S., Sohn, J., Moon, C., Park, N., Hesselink, L., Park, Y. 2010; 27 (7): 1309-1316
  • Fast and accurate computation of two-dimensional non-separable quadratic-phase integrals JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION Koc, A., Ozaktas, H. M., Hesselink, L. 2010; 27 (6): 1288-1302

    Abstract

    We report a fast and accurate algorithm for numerical computation of two-dimensional non-separable linear canonical transforms (2D-NS-LCTs). Also known as quadratic-phase integrals, this class of integral transforms represents a broad class of optical systems including Fresnel propagation in free space, propagation in graded-index media, passage through thin lenses, and arbitrary concatenations of any number of these, including anamorphic/astigmatic/non-orthogonal cases. The general two-dimensional non-separable case poses several challenges which do not exist in the one-dimensional case and the separable two-dimensional case. The algorithm takes approximately N log N time, where N is the two-dimensional space-bandwidth product of the signal. Our method properly tracks and controls the space-bandwidth products in two dimensions, in order to achieve information theoretically sufficient, but not wastefully redundant, sampling required for the reconstruction of the underlying continuous functions at any stage of the algorithm. Additionally, we provide an alternative definition of general 2D-NS-LCTs that shows its kernel explicitly in terms of its ten parameters, and relate these parameters bidirectionally to conventional ABCD matrix parameters.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000278117700005

    View details for PubMedID 20508697

  • Review on subwavelength confinement of light with plasmonics JOURNAL OF MODERN OPTICS Lee, B., Lee, I., Kim, S., Oh, D., Hesselink, L. 2010; 57 (16): 1479-1497
  • Review on Sub-wavelength confinement of light with plasmonics Journal of Modern Optics Lee, B., Il-Min, L., Seyoon, K., Oh, D., Hesselink, L. 2010; 16 (57): 1479-1497
  • Design and Implementation of Recording and Readout System for Micro-holographic Optical Data Storage CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN LENS DESIGN AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING XI; AND ADVANCES IN THIN FILM COATINGS VI Takashima, Y., Hesselink, L. 2010; 7786

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.860745

    View details for Web of Science ID 000287929200009

  • Design and tolerance of NA 0.8 objective lenses for page based holographic data storage systems Jap. J. Appl. Phys. Takashima, Y., Hesselink, L. 2009; 48: 03A004-1
  • Improved focused ion beam fabrication of near-field apertures using a silicon nitride membrane OPTICS LETTERS Leen, J. B., Hansen, P., Cheng, Y., Hesselink, L. 2008; 33 (23): 2827-2829

    Abstract

    We report an improved fabrication method for C-shaped near-field apertures resonant in the near-IR regime. The apertures are created in a metal layer on a silicon nitride membrane using a focused ion beam and a through membrane milling technique that avoids two problems with fabricating very small apertures: gallium contamination and edge rounding. Finite-difference time-domain simulations predict a 63x more intense near field with a 2.2x smaller spot versus conventionally milled apertures. We verify the position of the simulated resonance peaks with experimental far-field transmission measurements where we also find an increase of 8.8x in intensity. Our method has applications to many other plasmonic devices including bow-tie and fractal apertures, periodic arrays, and gratings.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000262206500035

    View details for PubMedID 19037440

  • Controlling light with light JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS Hesselink, L., Feinberg, J., Roosen, G. 2008; 41 (22)
  • Three-dimensional optical disk data storage via the localized alteration of a format hologram APPLIED OPTICS McLeod, R. R., Daiber, A. J., Honda, T., McDonald, M. E., Robertson, T. L., Slagle, T., Sochava, S. L., Hesselink, L. 2008; 47 (14): 2696-2707

    Abstract

    Three-dimensional optical data storage is demonstrated in an initially homogenous volume by first recording a reflection grating in a holographic photopolymer. This causes the entire volume to be weakly reflecting to a confocal read/write head. Superposition of two or three such gratings with slightly different k-vectors creates a track and layer structure that specialized servo detection optics can use to lock the focus to these deeply-buried tracks. Writing is accomplished by locally modifying the reflectivity of the preexisting hologram. This modification can take the form of ablation, inelastic deformation via heating at the focus, or erasure via linear or two-photon continued polymerization in the previously unexposed fringes of the hologram. Storage by each method is demonstrated with up to eight data layers separated by as little as 12 microns.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000256327100019

    View details for PubMedID 18470266

  • Fluorescence enhancement and focal volume reduction observed in c-shaped nano-apertures PLASMONICS IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE V Yuen, Y., Fore, S., Huser, T., Hesselink, L. 2008; 6869

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.764053

    View details for Web of Science ID 000256023100013

  • High transmission through ridge nano-apertures on vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers OPTICS EXPRESS Rao, Z., Hesselink, L., Harris, J. S. 2007; 15 (16): 10427-10438

    Abstract

    We report high-intensity nano-aperture Vertical-Cavity Surface- Emitting Lasers (VCSELs) with sub-100nm near-field spots using ridge apertures. Power transmission efficiency through different ridge apertures, including bowtie, C, H and I-shaped apertures on VCSELs were studied. Significantly higher transmission efficiencies were obtained from the ridge apertures than those from conventional square apertures. Mechanisms for high transmission through the ridge apertures are explained through simulation and waveguide theory. A new quadruple-ridge aperture is proposed and designed via simulation. With the high-intensity and small spot size, VCSELs using these ridge nano-apertures are very promising means to realize applications such as ultrahigh-density near-field optical data storage and ultrahigh-resolution near-field imaging etc.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000248753100057

    View details for PubMedID 19547395

  • High-intensity bowtie-shaped nano-aperture vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser for near-field optics OPTICS LETTERS Rao, Z., Hesselink, L., Harris, J. S. 2007; 32 (14): 1995-1997

    Abstract

    We report a high-intensity nano-aperture vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) utilizing a bowtie-shaped aperture. A maximum power of 188 microW is achieved from a 180 nm bowtie aperture at a wavelength of 970 nm. The near-field full width at half-maximum intensity spot size 20 nm away from the bowtie aperture is 64 nm x 66 nm from simulation, and the peak near-field intensity is estimated to be as high as 47 mW/microm(2). This intensity is high enough to realize near-field optical recording, and the small spot size corresponds to storage densities up to 150 Gbits/in(2). The bowtie-aperture VCSEL also enables other applications, such as compact high-intensity probes for ultrahigh-resolution near-field imaging and single molecule fluorescence and spectroscopy.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000248669200013

    View details for PubMedID 17632621

  • Design of a subwavelength bent C-aperture waveguide OPTICS LETTERS Hansen, P., Hesselink, L., Leen, B. 2007; 32 (12): 1737-1739

    Abstract

    We present a design for a subwavelength C-shaped optical waveguide with a 90 degrees junction that efficiently transports light while maintaining tight confinement with an exit spot size of lambda/7. Finite-difference time-domain simulations of perfect electric conductors and Au C-aperture waveguides are performed for optical frequencies. A design resonant near 780 nm is presented, with a spot size of 107 nm x 107 nm and an energy density enhancement factor of 10 for a bent waveguide of total length 1.4 microm.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000248144600047

    View details for PubMedID 17572764

  • Pulsed-interleaved excitation FRET measurements on single duplex DNA molecules inside C-shaped nanoapertures NANO LETTERS Fore, S., Yuen, Y., Hesselink, L., Huser, T. 2007; 7 (6): 1749-1756

    Abstract

    Single-molecule fluorescence resonant energy transfer (FRET) is a widely accepted method for determining the spatial separation between molecules. In combination with pulsed interleaved excitation (PIE), additional information about the stoichiometry of molecular interactions is obtained. PIE-FRET, however, as implemented with standard confocal optics, requires the dilution of the sample to biologically low concentrations. Here, we show that PIE-FRET measurements inside nanometer-sized apertures yield meaningful biochemical data at 1000 x higher concentrations.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/nl070822v

    View details for Web of Science ID 000247186800056

    View details for PubMedID 17503872

  • High-intensity C-shaped nanoaperture vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser with controlled polarization APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Rao, Z., Matteo, J. A., Hesselink, L., Harris, J. S. 2007; 90 (19)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2737938

    View details for Web of Science ID 000246413400010

  • Lens designs for page-based holographic storage systems OPTICAL DATA STORAGE 2007 Takashima, Y., Orlov, S., Hesselink, L. 2007; 6620

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.738927

    View details for Web of Science ID 000250199900043

  • Phase Detection Based Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensor in Infrared with Increased Sensitivity and Dynamic Range 2007 CONFERENCE ON LASERS & ELECTRO-OPTICS/QUANTUM ELECTRONICS AND LASER SCIENCE CONFERENCE (CLEO/QELS 2007), VOLS 1-5 Koc, A., Yin, X., Hesselink, L. 2007: 2588-2589
  • High-intensity bowtie nano-aperture Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Laser for ultrahigh-density near-field optical data storage OPTICAL DATA STORAGE 2007 Rao, Z., Hesselink, L., Harris, J. S. 2007; 6620

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.738952

    View details for Web of Science ID 000250199900039

  • Goos-Hanchen shift surface plasmon resonance sensor APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Yin, X., Hesselink, L. 2006; 89 (26)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2424277

    View details for Web of Science ID 000243157600008

  • Low-loss subwavelength metal C-aperture waveguide OPTICS LETTERS Sun, L., Hesselink, L. 2006; 31 (24): 3606-3608

    Abstract

    We present a design of a linear optical waveguide that utilizes a C-shaped metallic nano-aperture that efficiently transports light while maintaining a spot size of lambda/10. The performance of a C-aperture waveguide is superior to both a regular ridge waveguide and other surface plasmon based metal nano-optical waveguides. The energy transport mechanisms are explained by the coupling of an aperture surface resonance and the thickness resonances inside the guide channel. Finite-difference time-domain simulations of gold C-aperture waveguides are performed for a 1.5 microm wavelength incident plane wave. The 1/e decay length in power transmission is predicted to be approximately 2.5 microm. The total power throughput is 1.66 for the 2.55 microm long guide, with an intensity 6 times that of the incident wave at a distance 120 nm from the exit plane, having a spot size of 150 nm.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000242560400015

    View details for PubMedID 17130918

  • Temporal and spectral nonspecularities in reflection at surface plasmon resonance APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Yin, X., Hesselink, L., Chin, H., Miller, D. A. 2006; 89 (4)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2233622

    View details for Web of Science ID 000239376500002

  • C-shaped nanoaperture-enhanced germanium photodetector OPTICS LETTERS Tang, L., Miller, D. A., Okyay, A. K., Matteo, J. A., Yuen, Y., Saraswat, K. C., Hesselink, L. 2006; 31 (10): 1519-1521

    Abstract

    We present a C-shaped nanoaperture-enhanced Ge photodetector that shows 2-5 times the photocurrent enhancement over that from a square aperture of the same area at 1310 nm wavelength. We demonstrate the polarization dependence of the C-aperture photodetector over a wide wavelength range. Our experimental observation agrees well with finite-difference time-domain simulation results.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000237431600052

    View details for PubMedID 16642158

  • Media tilt tolerance of bit-based and page-based holographic storage systems OPTICS LETTERS Takashima, Y., Hesselink, L. 2006; 31 (10): 1513-1515

    Abstract

    Tilt tolerance of media is compared for bit-based and page-based holographic storage systems having an equal diffraction efficiency per bit detector, dynamic range of the medium, and surface recording density. We have formalized the diffraction efficiency degradation caused by aberrations of a reconstructing reference beam induced by tilt of the medium, using a coupled wave theory in the Fourier domain. The bit-based holographic storage system has a larger media tilt tolerance compared with a page-based system with relatively large page size.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000237431600050

    View details for PubMedID 16642156

  • Realtime study of plume ejection dynamics in silicon laser ablation under 5 ns pulses APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Ren, J., Yin, X. B., Orlov, S. S., Hesselink, L. 2006; 88 (6)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2172406

    View details for Web of Science ID 000235252800011

  • Media tilt tolerance of bit-based and page-based holographic storage systems OPTICAL DATA STORAGE 2006 Takashima, Y., Hesselink, L. 2006; 6282

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.685244

    View details for Web of Science ID 000239926300034

  • Highly sensitive surface plasmon resonance chemical sensor based on Goos-Hanchen effects SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering Yin, X., Hesselink, L. 2006; 6324
  • Realtime study of plume ejection dynamics in silicon laser ablation under 5ns pulses Applied Physics Letters Ren, J., Yin, X., Orlov, Sergei, S., Hesselink, L. 2006; 88 (6): 61111
  • Highly sensitive surface plasmon resonance chemical sensor based on Goos-Hanchen effects PLASMONICS: NANOIMAGING, NANOFABRICATION, AND THEIR APPLICATIONS II Yin, X., Hesselink, L. 2006; 6324

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.679864

    View details for Web of Science ID 000241984200008

  • A C-shaped nanoaperture Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Laser for high-density near-field optical data storage VERTICAL-CAVITY SURFACE-EMITTING LASERS X Rao, Z., Matteo, J. A., Hesselink, L., Harris, J. S. 2006; 6132

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.645083

    View details for Web of Science ID 000237084500016

  • Media tilt tolerance of bit-based and page-based holographic storage systems 2006 OPTICAL DATA STORAGE TOPICAL MEETING, CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Takashima, Y., Hesselink, L. 2006: 221-223
  • En-squared power based optical design for page-based holographic storage systems INTERNATIONAL OPTICAL DESIGN CONFERENCE 2006, PTS 1 AND 2 Takashima, Y., Hesselink, L. 2006; 6342

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.692287

    View details for Web of Science ID 000240891400047

  • Media tilt tolerance of bit-based and page-based holographic storage systems ORGANIC HOLOGRAPHIC MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS IV Takashima, Y., Hesselink, L. 2006; 6335

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.680862

    View details for Web of Science ID 000242040600004

  • Sub-micron ferroelectric domain engineering in liquid phase epitaxy LiNbO3 by direct-write e-beam techniques JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH Son, J., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S. S., Hesselink, L. 2005; 281 (2-4): 492-500
  • Laser ablation of silicon in water with nanosecond and femtosecond pulses OPTICS LETTERS Ren, J., Kelly, M., Hesselink, L. 2005; 30 (13): 1740-1742

    Abstract

    We describe laser ablation of Si under water by 5 ns, 355 nm and 100 fs, 800 nm pulses. Compared to that in air, an approximately twofold improvement in the ablation rate is found in water for femtosecond and nanosecond pulses. For higher laser irradiances, the plasma that forms at the water-air interface hampers further improvement of the ablation rate. We investigated the enhanced ablation process in water and found that the cavity-confinement geometry that increases the laser energy coupling to the target and allows more energy to be transferred to the cavity sidewalls plays an important role in the escalated material removal process. In addition, we show that the water layer that effectively reduces the oxidation and redeposition of the ablated debris is also responsible for improvements in the ablation process.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000230193000048

    View details for PubMedID 16075556

  • Direct-write e-beam sub-micron domain engineering in liquid phase epitaxy (LPE) LiNbO3 thin films and single crystal LiNbO3 JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH Son, J., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S. S., Galambos, L., Hesselink, L. 2005; 280 (1-2): 135-144
  • Rear surface spallation on single-crystal silicon in nanosecond laser micromachining JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Ren, J., Orlov, S. S., Hesselink, L. 2005; 97 (10)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.1896095

    View details for Web of Science ID 000230168100116

  • Fractal extensions of near-field aperture shapes for enhanced transmission and resolution OPTICS EXPRESS Matteo, J. A., Hesselink, L. 2005; 13 (2): 636-647

    Abstract

    Families of fractals are investigated as near-field aperture shapes. They are shown to have multiple transmission resonances associated with their multiple length scales. The higher iterations exhibit enhanced transmission, and spatial resolution exceeding the first order. Near-field enhancements of greater than 400 times the incident intensity and resolutions of better than ?/20 have been shown with apertures modeled after third iteration prefractals. Enhancements as large as 1011 have been shown, when compared with conventional square apertures that produce the same spot size. The effects of the complex permittivity values of the metal film are also addressed.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000226576800035

    View details for PubMedID 19488394

  • Micro-Holograpic multi-layer optial disk data storage Applied Optics McLeod, R. R., Diaber, A. J., McDoald, M. E., Sochava, S. L., Robe3rtson, T. L. 2005; 44 (16): 3197-3207
  • Microholographic multilayer optical disk data storage Applied Optics McLeod, R. R., Daiber, A. J., McDonald, M. E., Robertson, T. L., Slagle, T., Sochava, S. L., Hesselink, L. 2005; 44 (16): 3197-3207
  • Sub-micron ferroelectric domain engineering in liquid phase epitaxy LiNbO{sub 3} by direct-write e-beam techniques Journal of Crystal Growth Son, J., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S. S., Hesselink, L. 2005; 281 (2-4): 492-500
  • Direct-Write e-Beam Domain Engineering in Liquid Phase Epitaxy (LPE) LiNbO3 Thin Films and Single Crystal LiNbO3 J. Crystal Growth Son, J., W., Yuen,  Y., Orlov, S., Galambos, L., Hesselink, L. 2005; 280: 135-144
  • Sub-micron Ferroelectric Domain Structures in Liquid Phase Epitaxy (LPE) LiNbO3 by Direct-Write e-Beam Techniques J. Crystal Growth Son, J., W., Yuen,  Y., Orlov, S., Hesselink, L. 2005; 2-4 (281): 492-500
  • High-transfer-rate high-capacity holographic disk data-storage system APPLIED OPTICS Orlov, S. S., Phillips, W., Bjornson, E., Takashima, Y., Sundaram, P., Hesselink, L., Okas, R., Kwan, D., Snyder, R. 2004; 43 (25): 4902-4914

    Abstract

    We describe the design and implementation of a high-data-rate high-capacity digital holographic storage disk system. Various system design trade-offs that affect density and data-rate performance are described and analyzed. In the demonstration system that we describe, high-density holographic recording is achieved by use of high-resolution short-focal-length optics and correlation shift multiplexing in photopolymer disk media. Holographic channel decoding at a 1-Gbit/s data rate is performed by custom-built electronic hardware. A benchmark sustained optical data-transfer rate of 10 Gbits/s has been successfully demonstrated.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000223663300015

    View details for PubMedID 15449477

  • Holographic data storage systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE Hesselink, L., Orlov, S. S., Bashaw, M. C. 2004; 92 (8): 1231-1280
  • Spectral analysis of strongly enhanced visible light transmission through single C-shaped nanoapertures APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Matteo, J. A., Fromm, D. P., Yuen, Y., Schuck, P. J., Moerner, W. E., Hesselink, L. 2004; 85 (4): 648-650

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.1774270

    View details for Web of Science ID 000222855400046

  • Large positive and negative lateral optical beam displacements due to surface plasmon resonance APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Yin, X. B., Hesselink, L., Liu, Z. W., Fang, N., Zhang, X. 2004; 85 (3): 372-374

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.1775294

    View details for Web of Science ID 000222680400008

  • Design of a C aperture to achieve lambda/10 resolution and resonant transmission JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Shi, X. L., Hesselink, L. 2004; 21 (7): 1305-1317
  • Ultra-high density optical data storage 2004 IEEE LEOS ANNUAL MEETING CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, VOLS 1 AND 2 Hesselink, L., Leen, B., Matteo, J., Sun, L. Y., Yuen, Y. 2004: 796-797
  • Mapping the Confinement of Plasmonic Waveguides and Metallic Nano-Apertures NFO-8 Zia, R., Selker, M., Matteo, J., A., Hesselink, L., Brongersma, M., L. 2004
  • Calibration by Field Detection Dichotomy for Apertured-Cantilever Probes in PSTM and Collection-Mode NSOM NFO-8 Zia, R., Matteo, J., A., Hesselink, L., Brongersma, M., L. 2004
  • Design of a C aperture to achieve {lambda}/10 resolution and resonant transmission Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics Shi, X. L., Hesselink, L. 2004; 21 (7): 1305-1317
  • High-transfer rate high-capacity holographic disk data-storage system Applied Optics Orlov, S., S., Phillips, W., Bjornson, E., Takashima, Y., Sundaram, P., Hesselink, L. 2004; 43 (25): 4902-14
  • Direct-write E-beam Periodically Poled ~400nm Domains in Lithium Niobate Thin Films grown by Liquid Phase Epitaxy Ukrainian Journal of Physics Son, J., W., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Shur, V., Hesselink, L. 2004; 4 (49): 382-388
  • Spectral Analysis of Strongly Enhanced Visible Light Transmission Through Single C-Shaped Nano-Apertures Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology Matteo, J., A. , Fromm, D., P., Yuen, Y., Schuck, P., J., Moerner, W., E., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Spectral Analysis of Strongly Enhanced Visible Light Transmission Through Single C-Shaped Nano-Apertures Applied Physics Letters Matteo, J., A. , Fromm, D., P., Yuen, Y., Schuck, P., J., Moerner, W., E., Hesselink, L. 2004; 85.4
  • Topology Visualization of the Optical Power Flow Through a Novel C-Shaped Nano-Aperture IEEE Visualization Sun, L., Batra, Rajesh, K., Shi, X., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Design, Characterization, and Functionalization of C-Shaped Nanoaperture Probes NFO-8 Matteo, J., A. , Zia, R., Fromm, D., P., Brongersma, M., L., Moerner, W., E., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Characterization of a Preliminary Narrow-Band Absorption Material for Holographic Data Storage Optical Data Storage Monterey, CA. Dubois, M., Lawrence, B., L., tian, P., Boden, E., P., Chan, K., P., Nielsen, M., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Nanosecond laser silicon micromachining PHOTON PROCESSING IN MICROELECTRONICS AND PHOTONICS III Ren, J., Orlov, S. S., Hesselink, L., Howard, H., Conneely, A. 2004; 5339: 382-393

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.529442

    View details for Web of Science ID 000223331300042

  • Parametric studies on suppression of secondary phases in LiNbO3 thin films deposited by pulsed laser deposition FERROELECTRIC THIN FILMS XII Son, J. W., Orlov, S. S., Phillips, B., Hesselink, L. 2004; 784: 541-546
  • Holographic shift multiplexing in thin volumetric media JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Orlov, S. S., Hesselink, L. 2003; 20 (9): 1912-1921
  • Coupling of orthogonally polarized waves and vectorial coherent oscillation in periodically poled LiNbO3 : Y : Fe JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Barilov, D., Shumelyuk, A., Hesselink, L., Sturman, B., Odoulov, S. 2003; 20 (8): 1649-1655
  • Ultrahigh light transmission through a C-shaped nanoaperture OPTICS LETTERS Shi, X. L., Hesselink, L., Thornton, R. L. 2003; 28 (15): 1320-1322

    Abstract

    Optical resolution beyond the diffraction limit can be achieved by use of a metallic nanoaperture in a near-field optical system. Conventional nanoapertures have very low power throughput. Using a numerical finite-difference time domain method, we discovered a unique C-shaped aperture that provides approximately 3 orders of magnitude more power throughput than a conventional square aperture with a similar near-field spot size of approximately 0.1 lambda. Microwave experiments at 6 GHz quantitatively confirmed the simulated transmission enhancement. The high transmission of the C-aperture--or one of the related shapes--is linked to both a propagation mode in the aperture and local surface plasmons.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000184256400010

    View details for PubMedID 12906076

  • Holographic shift multiplexing in think volumetric media Journal of the Optical Society of America B (Optical Physics) Hesselink, L., Orlov, Sergei, S. 2003; 20 (9): 1912-21
  • Domain engineering in LiNbO3 thin films grown by liquid phase epitaxy Bragg Gratings Photosensitivity and Poling in Glass Waveguides,OSA topical Meeting Son, J., W., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Shur, V., Hesselink, L. 2003
  • Stanford CyberLab: Internet Assisted Laboratories International Journal of Distance Education Technologies, Idea Group Publishing. Hesselink, L., Rizal, D., Bjornson, E., Paik, S., Batra, R., Catrysse, P. 2003; 1 (1)
  • Coupling of orthogonally polarized waves and vectorial coherent oscillation in periodically poled LiNb03:y:Fe JOSA B 2003; 20 (8): 1649-55
  • Direct-write e-beam domain engineering in LiNbO3 thin films grown by liquid phase epitaxy Stanford Photonics Research Center Annual Meeting Son, J., W., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Shur, V., Hesselink, L. 2003
  • Gated optical recording for nonvolatile holography in photorefractive materials INFRARED HOLOGRAPHY FOR OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS Hesselink, L., Orlov, S. S. 2002; 86: 41-57
  • Mechanisms for Enhancing Power Throughput from Planar Nano-Apertures for Near Field Optical Data Storage Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. Shi, X., Hesselink, L. 2002; 3B (41): 1632-1635
  • Review and Introduction Journal of Magnetic Society of Japan Inoue, M., Hesselink, L. 2002; 27: 635-646
  • Associative recall in a volume holographic storage system based on phase-code multiplexing APPLIED PHYSICS B-LASERS AND OPTICS Berger, G., Denz, C., Orlov, S. S., Phillips, B., Hesselink, L. 2001; 73 (8): 839-845
  • Doubly doped stoichiometric and congruent lithium niobate for holographic data storage Journal of Crystal Growth Galambos, L., Orlov, Sergei, S., Furukawa, Y., Kitamura, K., Takekawa, S. 2001
  • Mechanisms for Enhancing Power Throughput from Nano-apertures for Near Field Optical Data Storage ISOM 2001 , Taipei, Taiwan. Shi, X., Hesselink, L. 2001
  • Ultra-high-density data storage COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM Hesselink, L. 2000; 43 (11): 33-36
  • Volume holographic storage in near-stoichiometric LiNbO3 : Ce,Mn JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 2-LETTERS & EXPRESS LETTERS Kim, I. G., Lee, M., Takekawa, S., Furukawa, Y., Kitamura, K., Galambos, L., Hesselink, L. 2000; 39 (11A): L1094-L1096
  • Enhanced photorefractive effects of cerium-doped lead barium niobate crystals JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Liu, A., Lee, M., Hesselink, L. 2000; 17 (4): 542-547
  • Ultra-high transfer rate high capacity holographic disk digital data storage system 29TH APPLIED IMAGERY PATTERN RECOGNITION WORKSHOP, PROCEEDINGS Orlov, S. S., Phillips, W., Bjornson, E., Hesselink, L., Okas, R. 2000: 71-77
  • Content-addressable data storage in holographic memories based on phase-coded multiplexing. Journal of Neural Networks Denz, C., Berger, G., Muller, K., O., Tschudi, T., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Hesselink, L. 2000
  • Volume Holographic Storage in Near-Stoichimetric LiNb03:Ce,Mn Journal of Applied Physics, Part 2 Kim, I. G., Lee, M., Takekawa, S., Furukawa, Y., Kitmura, K., Galambos, L., Hesselink, L. 2000; 39 (11A): L1094-L1096
  • UV-enhanced photorefractive sensitivity in Mn Ce:LiNbO3, SPIE Manuscript Lim, K., Kim, B., Kim, J., Hesselink, L., Neurgaonkar, R., R. 2000: 4110-04
  • Volume holographic storage in near-stoichiometric LiNb) {sub 3}:Ce,Mn Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 2 (Letters) Kim, I., G., Lee, M., Takekawa, S., Furukawa, Y., Galambos, L., Hesselink, L. 2000; 39 (11A): L1094-6
  • Improved Lithium Niobate Films Deposited by Pulsed Laser Deposition for Waveguide Applications. Journal of Cryatl technology Son, J., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Hesselink, L. 2000
  • The physical properties of photopolymer recording for nonvolatile volume holographic storage. 18TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION FOR OPTICS: OPTICS FOR THE NEXT MILLENNIUM, TECHNICAL DIGEST Paraschis, L., Sugiyama, Y., Hesselink, L. 1999; 3749: 448-449
  • Cyberlab, A New Paradigm in Distance Learning National Instruments Week, Education Day Bjornson, E., Rizal, D., Hesselink, L. 1999
  • The physical properties of volume holographic recording utilizing photoinitiated polymerization for nonvolatile digital data storage. JOINT INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON OPTICAL MEMORY AND OPTICAL DATA STORAGE 1999 Paraschis, L., Sugiyama, Y., Hesselink, L. 1999; 3864: 258-260
  • Photorefractive materials for nonvolatile volume holographic data storage SCIENCE Hesselink, L., Orlov, S. S., Liu, A., Akella, A., Lande, D., Neurgaonkar, R. R. 1998; 282 (5391): 1089-1094
  • Light-induced absorption of cerium-doped lead barium niobate crystals OPTICS LETTERS Liu, A., Lee, M. K., Hesselink, L., Lee, S. H., Lim, K. S. 1998; 23 (20): 1618-1620

    Abstract

    Tetragonal lead barium niobate (Pb(1-x)Ba(x)Nb(2)O(6);1-x<0.63) crystals are promising photorefractive materials for applications such as holographic data storage. Measurements of light-induced absorption in Ce-doped lead barium niobate (Pb(0.5)Ba(0.5) Nb(2)O(6)) were performed. The induced absorption that was due to the presence of shallow traps was as large as 0.3cm(-1) at 633 nm and exhibited saturation behavior at green-pump intensity greater than 2W/cm(2) . The temporal profile of the dark decay was a double exponential, and the activation energies of the slow- and the fast-decaying components were determined to be 0.16 and 0.3 eV, respectively.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000076582800018

    View details for PubMedID 18091863

  • Two-photon apodization in lithium niobate OPTICS LETTERS Lande, D., Orlov, S. S., Hesselink, L. 1998; 23 (17): 1399-1401

    Abstract

    We demonstrate a novel apodization technique for holographic data storage using two-photon recording in stoichiometric lithium niobate. The gating light-intensity profile is used to achieve grating apodization inside the bulk of the crystal during recording in the transmission geometry. Experimental Bragg-selectivity curves and theoretical fits indicate a >20-dB drop in multiplexing cross talk.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000075697400024

    View details for PubMedID 18091798

  • One-color one-beam pumping of Er-3+-doped ZBLAN glasses for a three-dimensional two-step excitation display OPTICS LETTERS Honda, T., Doumuki, T., Akella, A., Galambos, L., Hesselink, L. 1998; 23 (14): 1108-1110

    Abstract

    We demonstrate a one-color one-beam pumping method for a three-dimensional two-step excitation fluorescent display with Er(3+) -doped ZBLAN glass. A localized green fluorescent spot is obtained by use of a focused pump-light beam at 979 nm. The quantum efficiency of the two-step excitation fluorescence is investigated in a time-dependent analysis and an experiment with a pulsed pump light.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000074947600014

    View details for PubMedID 18087443

  • Photorefractive properties of tungsten bronze ferroelectric lead barium niobate (Pb1-xBaxNb2O6) crystals JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Lee, M., Feigelson, R. S., Liu, A., Hesselink, L. 1998; 83 (11): 5967-5972
  • Electro-optic and photorefractive two-beam coupling properties of lead barium niobate crystals JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Liu, A., Hesselink, L., Lee, M., Feigelson, R. S. 1998; 83 (5): 2826-2830
  • Growth of CsLiB6O10 thin films on Si substrate by pulsed laser deposition using SiO2 and CaF2 as buffer layers JOURNAL OF ELECTRONIC MATERIALS Yeo, J. S., Akella, A., HUANG, T. F., Hesselink, L. 1998; 27 (3): 127-131
  • Properties of compositional volume grating formation with photoinitiated cationic-ring-opening polymerization ADVANCED OPTICAL MEMORIES AND INTERFACES TO COMPUTER STORAGE Paraschis, L., Sugiyama, Y., Akella, A., Honda, T., Hesselink, L. 1998; 3468: 55-61
  • Photorefractive materials for nonvolatile volume holographic storage Science Magazine, American Assoc. Adv. Science Hesselink, L., Orlov, S. 1998; 282 (5391): 1089-94
  • Properties of compositional volume grating information with photoinitiated cationic-ring-opening polymerization Advanced Optical Memories and Interfaces to Computer Storage, San Diego, SPIE, The International Society for Optical Engineering Paraschis, Sugiyama, Y., Akella, A., Honda, T., Hesselink, L. 1998; 3468: 55-61
  • Synthesis and Properties of Ferroelectric Niobate Thin Films Prepared by Pulsed Laser Deposition for Optical Waveguide Journal of Korean Physical Society Yeo, J., S., Hesselink, L. 1998; 32: S2369-S1371
  • Electro-optic and photorefractie two-beam coupling properties of lead barium niobate crystals Journal of Applied Physics Liu, A., Hesselink, L., Lee, M., Feigelson, Robert, S. 1998; 83: 2826-30
  • Growth of CsLiB6010 thin films on Si substate by pulsed laser deposition using Si02 and CaF2 as buffer layers Journal of Electronic Materials Yeo, J., S., Akella, A., Huang, T., F., Hesselink, L. 1998; 27: 127
  • 3D Volumetric Displays by two-photon processes O plus E Honda, T., Hesselink, L. 1998; 20 (9): 1039-1043
  • Topology Based Methods for Quantitative Comparisons of Vector Fields Transactions of the IEEE Computer Society Batra, R., Kling, K., Hesselink, L. 1998
  • Flow Visualization with Textures Chemie Ingenieur Technik Loser, T., Mewes, D., Levy, Y., Hesselink, L. 1998; 70: 1382-1387
  • One-color one-beam pumping of Er3+-doped ZBLAN glasses for a three-dimensional two-step excitation display Optics Letters Honda, T., Doumuki, T., Akella, A., Galambos, L., Hesselink, L. 1998; 23: 1108-1110
  • Growth and properties of KNbO3 thin films prepared by microwave plasma-assisted pulsed laser deposition INTEGRATED THIN FILMS AND APPLICATIONS Yeo, J. S., HUANG, T. F., Hammond, R. H., Hesselink, L. 1998; 86: 101-108
  • Statistical analysis of polymer volume grating distortions in a holographic digital data storage system ADVANCED OPTICAL MEMORIES AND INTERFACES TO COMPUTER STORAGE Paraschis, L., Sugiyama, Y., Hesselink, L. 1998; 3468: 238-247
  • Photorefractive materials for nonvolatile volume holographic data storage Science (New York, N.Y.) Hesselink, L., Orlov, S. S., Liu, A., Akella, A., Lande, D., Neurgaonkar, R. R. 1998; 282 (5391): 1089-94

    Abstract

    Optically gated recording and nonvolatile readout in a digital volume holographic data storage system that uses a pair of mutually incoherent light sources during recording and only one for readout were demonstrated recently. This approach used stoichiometric lithium niobate, which after post-growth processing gave rise to an at least two orders of magnitude improvement in sensitivity over the best materials reported previously. It is also shown that by adding certain dopants (iron and manganese) to near-stoichiometric lithium niobate, the dark storage time and gating efficiency can be increased compared with previous work. The underlying physical mechanisms of gated recording and the effectiveness of the gating process responsible for this manifold improved performance are discussed, and bipolarons and small polarons are identified as the responsible photorefractive species.

    View details for PubMedID 9804540

  • Precompensated two-color digital holographic storage ADVANCED OPTICAL MEMORIES AND INTERFACES TO COMPUTER STORAGE Bjornson, E. S., Hesselink, L. 1998; 3468: 14-19
  • Digital holographic storage system incorporating optical fixing OPTICS LETTERS Lande, D., Orlov, S. S., Akella, A., Hesselink, L., Neurgaonkar, R. R. 1997; 22 (22): 1722-1724

    Abstract

    Digital holograms have been written in stoichiometric Pr:LiNbO(3) in a two-color recording scheme, demonstrating what is to our knowledge the first all-optical nondestructive readout of digital data. Using writing light at 800nm and gating light at 476 nm, we stored and retrieved 256-kbit digital data pages with a raw bit-error rate BER of <10(-4) .

    View details for Web of Science ID A1997YF19400021

    View details for PubMedID 18188347

  • Measurements of OH- absorption and proton activation in Pb1-xBaxNb2O6 crystals with applications to holographic storage PHYSICAL REVIEW B Lee, M., Feigelson, R. S., Liu, A., Hesselink, L., Route, R. K. 1997; 56 (13): 7898-7904
  • Resonant two-photon processes for nonvolatile holography in photorefractive crystals under continuous-wave illumination JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Paraschis, L., Bashaw, M. C., Liu, A., Hesselink, L. 1997; 14 (10): 2670-2680
  • Two-photon holographic recording in aluminosilicate glass containing silver particles OPTICS LETTERS Akella, A., Honda, T., Liu, A. Y., Hesselink, L. 1997; 22 (13): 967-969

    Abstract

    Recording of holographic gratings by 532-nm laser pulses in photochromic bulk aluminosilicate glass containing silver particles is demonstrated. A diffraction efficiency of 1.5% is achieved for readout at the same wavelength. The speed of grating formation as a function of pulse energy suggests that two-photon excitation is responsible for the recording. The light causes bleaching of an absorption peak near 417nm, which corresponds to the excitation of surface plasmons on the silver, and broad darkening throughout the visible to the near infrared. A likely mechanism for the photochromic effect is discussed.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1997XG25300009

    View details for PubMedID 18185721

  • Synthesis and characterization of photochromic organic films for holographic recording OPTICS LETTERS Akella, A., Sochava, S. L., Hesselink, L. 1997; 22 (12): 919-921

    Abstract

    Polymer films doped with 2-(5, 5-dimethyl-3-styryl-cyclohex-2-enylidene)-malononitrile chromophore and various sensitizers have been prepared and characterized. The material exhibits high sensitivity in the red region (S=0.26 cm(2)/J at lambda=633 nm), a large dynamic range (Dn=-0.05) , and large transient two-beam coupling gain (G=110 cm(-1)) . Self-diffraction effects, such as energy and phase coupling, and photoinduced scattering are studied.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1997XE10700025

    View details for PubMedID 18185706

  • Digital quasi-phase-matched two-color nonvolatile holographic storage APPLIED OPTICS Bjornson, E. S., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1997; 36 (14): 3090-3106

    Abstract

    Unwanted erasure during readout of holographic data can be reduced or eliminated by use of a different wavelength for reading than that which was used for writing. To prevent distortion and Bragg mismatch that would be unacceptable for digital data storage, one can format data to account for the wavelength difference. Techniques to format data and the results of this formatting are presented. Varying the formatting parameters is investigated to optimize diffraction efficiency.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1997WY30700010

    View details for PubMedID 18253315

  • Transport modeling of multiple-quantum-well optically addressed spatial light modulators JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Smith, S. L., Hesselink, L. 1997; 81 (5): 2076-2088
  • Observation and thermal fixing of holographic gratings in lead barium niobate crystal OPTICS LETTERS Liu, A. Y., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L., Lee, M., Feigelson, R. S. 1997; 22 (3): 187-189

    Abstract

    We report what we believe to be the first observation of photorefractive gratings in lead barium niobate (Pb(1-x)Ba (x)Nb(2)O>( 6) ; PBN). A diffraction efficiency of 9% and a beam-coupling coefficient of 9 cm(-1) are obtained. After thermal fixing a grating of 0.5% is revealed at room temperature. We can improve this diffraction efficiency by optimizing fixing temperature, timing, and material parameters.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1997WE37600017

    View details for PubMedID 18183144

  • The topology of symmetric, second-order 3D tensor fields IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VISUALIZATION AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS Hesselink, L., Levy, Y., Lavin, Y. 1997; 3 (1): 1-11
  • Methods and Optimization of Photoactivated Recording Orlov, S., S., Akella, A., Liu, A., Hesselink, L. 1997
  • High Sensitivity Non-volatile Two-Color Recording in Lithium Niobate CLEO/QELS postdeadline paper, Baltimore MD Orlov, S., Akella, A., Hesselink, L., Neurganokar, R., R. 1997
  • Growth and properties of KNb03 thin films prepared by microwave plasma-assisted pulsed laser deposition Ceramic Transactions Yeo, J., S., Huang, T., F., Hammond, R., Hesselink, L. 1997
  • Digital Holographic Store – System incorporating Optical Fixing Optics Letters Lande, D., Orlov, S., S., Akella, A., Hesselink, L. 1997; 22: 1722
  • Digital Holographic Storage – System Incorporating Optical Fixing Optics Letters Lande, D., Orlov, S., S., Akella, A., Hesselink, L. 1997; 22: 1722
  • Growth and Characterization of CsLiB6O10 Thin Films Prepared by Pulsed Laser Deposition Materials Research Society Yeo, J., S., Akella, A., Hesselink, L. 1997
  • Synthesis and characterization of photochromic organic films for hologrpahic recording Optics Letters Akella, A., Sochava, Sergei, L., Hesselink, L. 1997; 22 (12): 919-921
  • Digital Quasi-Phasematched Two-Color Nonvolatile Holographic Storage applied Optics, Optical Society of America Bjornson, Eric, S., Bashaw, M., C., Hesselink, L. 1997; 36 (14): 3090-106
  • Measurement of OH- absorption and proton activation in lead barium niobate (Pb1-xBaxNb2O6) crystals with applications to holographic storage Physical Review B, APS through AIP Lee, M., Liu, Alice, Y., Feigelson, Robert, S., Hesselink, L., Route, Roger, K. 1997; 56 (13): 7898-904
  • The topology of symmetrtic, second-order 3D tensor fields IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics Hesselink, L., Levy, Y., Lavin, Y. 1997; 3 (1): 1-11
  • Organization of data for monochromatic multiplex volume holography JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION Bashaw, M. C., Heanue, J. F., Hesselink, L. 1996; 13 (11): 2174-2186
  • Digital wavelength-multiplexed holographic data storage system OPTICS LETTERS Lande, D., Heanue, J. F., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1996; 21 (21): 1780-1782

    Abstract

    We present a novel digital holographic data storage system based on wavelength multiplexing in 90 degrees geometry, using an automated tunable diode laser and a lithium niobate crystal. The automatic storage and retrieval of a 60-kbyte data file, as well as the limitations and future implementations of the system, are discussed.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1996VP37200025

    View details for PubMedID 19881799

  • Inhomogeneities and segregation behavior in strontium-barium niobate fibers grown by laser-heated pedestal growth technique .1. JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH Galambos, L., Erdei, S., Tanaka, I., Hesselink, L., Cross, L. E., Feigelson, R. S., Ainger, F. W., Kojima, H. 1996; 167 (3-4): 660-669
  • Inhomogeneities and segregation behavior in strontium-barium niobate fibers grown by laser-heated pedestal growth technique .2. JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH Erdei, S., Galambos, L., Tanaka, I., Hesselink, L., Cross, L. E., Feigelson, R. S., Ainger, F. W., Kojima, H. 1996; 167 (3-4): 670-680
  • A three-color, solid-state, three-dimensional display SCIENCE Downing, E., Hesselink, L., Ralston, J., Macfarlane, R. 1996; 273 (5279): 1185-1189
  • Transfer functions based on Bragg detuning effects for image-bearing holograms recorded in photorefractive crystals JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION DEVRE, R., Heanue, J. F., Gurkan, K., Hesselink, L. 1996; 13 (7): 1331-1344
  • Electric field screening in a multiple-quantum-well optically addressed spatial light modulator APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Smith, S. L., Hesselink, L., Partovi, A. 1996; 68 (22): 3117-3119
  • Optical memory: Introduction by the feature editors APPLIED OPTICS Neifeld, M. A., Psaltis, D., Hesselink, L. 1996; 35 (14): 2345-2345

    View details for Web of Science ID A1996UL34600001

    View details for PubMedID 21085370

  • Signal detection for page-access optical memories with intersymbol interference APPLIED OPTICS Heanue, J. F., Gurkan, K., Hesselink, L. 1996; 35 (14): 2431-2438

    Abstract

    We propose a technique for data detection in a two-dimensional page-access optical memory. The technique combines sequence detection by the use of the Viterbi algorithm with decision feedback to improve the bit-error-rate performance in a system corrupted by intersymbol interference. It has an advantage in that it can be operated on a row-by-row basis as data are output from the optical detector. Use of the proposed scheme might ease the design tolerances of the optical components or permit the use of large data pages.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1996UL34600011

    View details for PubMedID 21085379

  • Diffraction analysis of layered structures of photorefractive gratings JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION DEVRE, R., Hesselink, L. 1996; 13 (2): 285-295
  • Holographic storage gets 32 pound million fillip ELECTRONICS WORLD Hesselink, L. 1996: 96-96
  • System Issues in Digital, Phase Code Multiplexed Holographic Data Storage Optical Society of America Annual Meeting, Rochester Catrysse, P., B., Bashaw, M., C., Heanue, J., F., Hesselink, L. 1996
  • Digital holographic storage sysem incorporating thermal fixing in lithium niobate Optics Letters Heanue, J., F., Bashaw, M., C., Daiber, A., J., Snyder, R., Hesselink, L. 1996; 21 (19): 1615-1617
  • Segregation and Inhomogeneities in Photorefractive SBN Fibers Journal of Crystal Growth Sandor, E., Galambos, L., Tanaka, I., Hesselink, L., Ainger, F., W., Cross, L., E. 1996; 2849: 168-173
  • Inhomogeneitis and segregation behavior in strontium-barium niobate fibers grown by laser-heated pedestal growth technique Journal of Crystal Growth, Elsevier, Part II Galambos, L., Hesselink, L., Feigelson, Robert, S., Erdei, S., Cross, L., E., Ainger, F., W. 1996; 167 (3-4): 670-6809
  • Inhomogeneitis and segregation behavior in strontium-barium niobate fibers grown by laser-heated pedestal growth technique Journal of Crystal Growth, Elsevier, Part I Galambos, L., Hesselink, L., Feigelson, Robert, S., Erdei, S., Cross, L., E., Ainger, F., W. 1996; 167 (3-4): 670-6809
  • Holographic digital data storage systems 17TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION FOR OPTICS: OPTICS FOR SCIENCE AND NEW TECHNOLOGY, PTS 1 AND 2 Hesselink, L., Heanue, J. F., Bashaw, M. C. 1996; 2778: 410-413
  • SPARSE SELECTION OF REFERENCE BEAMS FOR WAVELENGTH-MULTIPLEXED AND ANGULAR-MULTIPLEXED VOLUME HOLOGRAPHY (VOL 12, PG 1671, 1995) JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION Heanue, J. F., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1995; 12 (12): 2767-2767
  • CHANNEL CODES FOR DIGITAL HOLOGRAPHIC DATA-STORAGE JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION Heanue, J. F., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1995; 12 (11): 2432-2439
  • CODED-WAVELENGTH MULTIPLEX VOLUME HOLOGRAPHY OPTICS LETTERS Bashaw, M. C., SINGER, R. C., Heanue, J. F., Hesselink, L. 1995; 20 (18): 1916-1918

    Abstract

    We introduce the technique of coded-wavelength multiplex holography. We encode each wavelength with a discrete angular spectrum of plane waves, so that the total number of multiplexed holographic pages equals the number of wavelengths multiplied by the number of discrete wave vectors at each wavelength. Encoding with different propagation angles further permits one to utilize the properties of grating degeneracy to assemble an image from a mosaic of smaller images and to multiplex such images at different wavelengths.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1995RU36700028

    View details for PubMedID 19862201

  • ENCRYPTED HOLOGRAPHIC DATA-STORAGE BASED ON ORTHOGONAL-PHASE-CODE MULTIPLEXING APPLIED OPTICS Heanue, J. F., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1995; 34 (26): 6012-6015

    Abstract

    We describe an encrypted holographic data-storage system that combines orthogonal-phase-code multiplexing with a random-phase key. The system offers the security advantages of random-phase coding but retains the low cross-talk performance and the minimum code storage requirements typical in an orthogonal-phase-code-multiplexing system.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1995RR88300016

    View details for PubMedID 21060439

  • PR3+-DOPED FLUORIDE GLASSES JOURNAL OF NON-CRYSTALLINE SOLIDS Seeber, W., DOWNING, E. A., Hesselink, L., Fejer, M. M., Ehrt, D. 1995; 189 (3): 218-226
  • BROAD-BAND DYNAMIC, HOLOGRAPHICALLY SELF-RECORDED, AND STATIC HEXAGONAL SCATTERING PATTERNS IN PHOTOREFRACTIVE KNBO3-FE OPTICAL ENGINEERING Kukhtarev, N. V., Kukhtareva, T., Caulfield, H. J., Banerjee, P. P., Yu, H. L., Hesselink, L. 1995; 34 (8): 2261-2265
  • SPARSE SELECTION OF REFERENCE BEAMS FOR WAVELENGTH-MULTIPLEXED AND ANGULAR-MULTIPLEXED VOLUME HOLOGRAPHY JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION Heanue, J. F., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1995; 12 (8): 1671-1676
  • EVOLUTION AND PROPAGATION OF GRATING ENVELOPES DURING ERASURE IN BULK PHOTOREFRACTIVE MEDIA JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Jeganathan, M., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1995; 12 (7): 1370-1383
  • ANOMALOUS ASYMMETRIES IN FLOWS GENERATED BY ALGORITHMS THAT FAIL TO CONSERVE SYMMETRY AIAA JOURNAL Levy, Y., Hesselink, L., Degani, D. 1995; 33 (6): 999-1007
  • EFFECT OF APPLIED ELECTRIC-FIELDS ON THE WRITING AND THE READOUT OF PHOTOREFRACTIVE GRATINGS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS DEVRE, R., Jeganathan, M., Wilde, J. P., Hesselink, L. 1995; 12 (4): 600-614
  • Pulsed laser deposition of epitaxial Sr0.61Ba0.39Nb2O6 thin films for waveguide applications FERROELECTRIC THIN FILMS IV YOUDEN, K. E., THONY, S. S., Hesselink, L., Harris, J. S. 1995; 361: 173-178
  • Pr/sup 3+/-doped fluoride glasses Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Seeber, W., Downing, E., A., Hesselink, L., Fejer, M., M., Ehrt, D. 1995; 189 (3): 218-26
  • The Topology of Symmetric, Second-Order Tensor Fields Computers in Physics Hesselink, L., Levy, Y., Lavin, Y. 1995; 9 (3): 304-11
  • Effect of applied electric fields on the writings and the readout of photorefractive gratings JOSA B De Vré, R., Jeganathan, M., Wilde, Jeffrey, P., Hesselink, L. 1995; 12 (4): 600-614
  • A Survey of the State of the Art in Nonvolatile Data Storage SPIE Hesselink, L., Jeganathan, M. 1995
  • Visualization and Topology of Vector-Tensor Fields IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Visualization '95, tutorial Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Channel codes for digital holographic data storage Journal Optical Society of America A Heanue, J., F., Bashaw, M., C., Hesselink, L. 1995; 12 (ll): 2432-2439
  • Data storage based on orthogonal phase code multiplexing in volume holography Applied Opitcs Bashaw, M., C., Heanue, J., F., Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Diffraction properties of a reflection photorefractive hologram: comments Applied Optics De Vré, R., Jeganathan, M., Hesselink, L. 1995; 34 (14): 2590-2592
  • Sparse Selection of Reference Beams for Wavelength- and Angular-miltiplexed Volume Holograpy JOSA A Heanue, J., F., Bashaw, M., C., Hesselink, L. 1995; 12 (8): 1671-1676
  • Encrypted holographic data storage based on orthogonal-phase-code multiplexing Applied Optics Bashaw, M., C., Heanue, J., F., Hesselink, L. 1995; 34 (26): 6012-6015
  • Topology of second-order tensor fields Computers in Physics Hesselink et al, L. 1995; 9 (3): 304-11
  • Epitaxial multilayers of (Sr,Ba)Nb2O6 and conducting films on (001) MgO substrates FILM SYNTHESIS AND GROWTH USING ENERGETIC BEAMS HUANG, T. F., YOUDEN, K. E., THONY, S. S., Hesselink, L., Harris, J. S. 1995; 388: 79-84
  • INSTANTANEOUS 3-DIMENSIONAL CONCENTRATION MEASUREMENTS IN THE SELF-SIMILAR REGION OF A ROUND HIGH-SCHMIDT-NUMBER JET JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Yoda, M., Hesselink, L., Mungal, M. G. 1994; 279: 313-350
  • GROWTH OF EPITAXIAL STRONTIUM BARIUM NIOBATE THIN-FILMS BY PULSED-LASER DEPOSITION APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS THONY, S. S., YOUDEN, K. E., Harris, J. S., Hesselink, L. 1994; 65 (16): 2018-2020
  • WAVELENGTH SELECTION FOR TRUE-COLOR HOLOGRAPHY APPLIED OPTICS PEERCY, M. S., Hesselink, L. 1994; 33 (29): 6811-6817

    Abstract

    We discuss wavelength selection for true-color holography by investigating the sampling nature of the holographic process. During holographic recording the chosen wavelengths point sample the surfacereflectance functions of the objects in a scene. To understand the effect of this sampling on color perception, we study the tristimulus values of points in the reconstructed hologram. The sampling results in the holographic process being mathematically equivalent to integral approximations for the tristimulus integrals. By selecting efficient approximations, we infer wavelengths to use in color holography. Our analysis not only suggests wavelengths for the usual three-color holography but also suggests the use of four or more wavelengths to improve color reproduction in holography.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1994PL22600011

    View details for PubMedID 20941226

  • ANALYSIS AND DEMONSTRATION OF AN INTEGRATED OPTICAL SWITCH BASED ON DYNAMIC FREE-CARRIER GRATINGS - A BLUEPRINT FOR A 100X100 ELEMENT SWITCH ARRAY IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Aronson, L. B., Hesselink, L. 1994; 30 (10): 2332-2349
  • TRAPPING THE GRATING ENVELOPE IN BULK PHOTOREFRACTIVE MEDIA OPTICS LETTERS Jeganathan, M., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1994; 19 (18): 1415-1417

    Abstract

    We introduce the concept of traveling grating envelopes to study the erasure dynamics in bulk photorefractive media. This new technique provides considerable physical insight into the observed photorefractive transients. We propose and demonstrate experimentally, in a Ce-doped SBN:60 crystal, two novel ways of extending the grating lifetime by trapping the grating envelope inside the medium. The incident beam ratio and the readout geometry have the largest effect on how long the grating can be read out.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1994PJ26400013

    View details for PubMedID 19855537

  • CROSS-TALK CONSIDERATIONS FOR ANGULAR AND PHASE-ENCODED MULTIPLEXING IN VOLUME HOLOGRAPHY JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Bashaw, M. C., Heanue, J. F., Aharoni, A., Walkup, J. F., Hesselink, L. 1994; 11 (9): 1820-1836
  • ANALYTICAL MODEL FOR GRATING DYNAMICS IN SURFACE-CHARGE-DOMINATED POCKELS READOUT OPTICAL MODULATOR DEVICES JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Smith, S. L., Hesselink, L. 1994; 11 (9): 1878-1885
  • ANALYSIS OF PHOTOREFRACTIVE STRATIFIED VOLUME HOLOGRAPHIC OPTICAL-ELEMENTS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS DEVRE, R., Hesselink, L. 1994; 11 (9): 1800-1808
  • DIFFRACTION FROM THERMALLY FIXED GRATINGS IN A PHOTOREFRACTIVE MEDIUM - STEADY-STATE AND TRANSIENT ANALYSIS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Jeganathan, M., Hesselink, L. 1994; 11 (9): 1791-1799
  • THEORY OF 2-CENTER TRANSPORT IN PHOTOREFRACTIVE MEDIA FOR LOW-INTENSITY, CONTINUOUS-WAVE ILLUMINATION IN THE QUASI-STEADY-STATE LIMIT JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Bashaw, M. C., Jeganathan, M., Hesselink, L. 1994; 11 (9): 1743-1757
  • VOLUME HOLOGRAPHIC STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF DIGITAL DATA SCIENCE Heanue, J. F., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1994; 265 (5173): 749-752

    Abstract

    A multiple page fully digital holographic data storage system is demonstrated. This system is used to store and retrieve digital image and compressed video data with a photorefractive crystal. Architecture issues related to spatio-rotational multiplexing and novel error-correcting encoding techniques used to achieve low bit-error rates are discussed.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1994PA37200023

    View details for PubMedID 17736271

  • RECALL OF LINEAR-COMBINATIONS OF STORED DATA PAGES BASED ON PHASE-CODE MULTIPLEXING IN VOLUME HOLOGRAPHY OPTICS LETTERS Heanue, J. F., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1994; 19 (14): 1079-1081

    Abstract

    We describe a novel method for the recall of linear combinations of stored data pages in a volume holographic memory based on phase-code multiplexing. Recall is demonstrated by use of a compound phase-and-amplitude spatial light modulator in the reference beam path.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1994NW48300023

    View details for PubMedID 19844539

  • EFFECT OF APPLIED FIELDS ON THE BRAGG CONDITION AND THE DIFFRACTION EFFICIENCY IN PHOTOREFRACTIVE CRYSTALS OPTICS LETTERS DEVRE, R., Jeganathan, M., Wilde, J. P., Hesselink, L. 1994; 19 (12): 910-912

    Abstract

    We explore theoretically and experimentally how application of an electric field to a photorefractive crystal affects the recording and the readout of holograms. We consider, for the first time to our knowledge, the effects of fringe bending caused by nonlinear two-wave mixing on the change in Bragg condition and diffraction efficiency as a function of the applied electric field. Practical performance limitations for holographic data storage and image amplification are discussed.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1994NQ38600020

    View details for PubMedID 19844485

  • SUBMICROMETER DEFECT DETECTION IN PERIODIC STRUCTURES BY PHOTOREFRACTIVE HOLOGRAPHY - SYSTEM-DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE APPLIED OPTICS Uhrich, C., Hesselink, L. 1994; 33 (5): 744-757

    Abstract

    We have built an adaptive system capable of detecting submicrometer defects in periodic structures by using real-time holography in photorefractive crystals. We summarize the design and optimization of the defect-enhancement system. We present representative results of 0.2- to 0.5-µm diameter defect detection on two different periodic substrates: chrome-on-glass masks and patterned silicon wafers. On patterned silicon we detect 94% of the 0.5-µm diameter defects with three false positives, while inspecting an area greater than 1 mm(2) in 20 s or less. The throughput on the glass masks is somewhat less. To the best of our knowledge, these defects have an area 100 times smaller than those previously detected with any real-time holographic technique.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1994MY85300002

    View details for PubMedID 20862070

  • Instantaneous Three-Dimensional Concentration Measurements in the Self-Similar Region of a Round High Schmidt Number Jet Journal of Fluid Mechanics Yoda, M., Hesselink, L., Mungal, M., G. 1994; 279: 3l3-50
  • Theory of two-center transport in photorefractive media for low-intensity, continuous-wave illumination in the Quasi-Steady-State Limit Journal of Optical Society of America B Bashaw, M., C., Jeganathan, M., Hesselink, L. 1994; 11 (9): 1743-1757
  • Analysis of Photorefractive Stratified Volume Holographic Optical Elements Journal of Optical Sociey of America (JOSA B) De Vré, R., Hesselink, L. 1994: 1800-180-8
  • Diffraction from Thermally Fixed Gratings in Photorefractie Medium - Steady State and Transient Analysis JOSA B Special Issue on Photorefractive Effects, Materials and Devices Jeganathan, M., Hesselink, L. 1994; 11 (9): 1791-99
  • Volume Holographic Storage and Retrieval of Digital Image and Video Data Science Magazine Heanue, J., F., Bashaw, M., C., Hesselink, L. 1994; 265: 749-752
  • Wavelength Selection for True Color Holography Applied Optics Peercy, Mark, S., Hesselink, L. 1994; 33 (29): 6811-17
  • A System for Interactive Full Spectral Rendering. Siggraph Hesselink, L., Peercy, Mark, S., Zhu, Benjamin, M., Baum, Daniel, R. 1994
  • Analysis and Demonstration of an Integrated-Optical Switch Based on Dynamic Free Carrier Gratings: A Blueprint for a 100 x 100 Element Switch Array IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics Aronson, Lewis, B., Hesselink, L. 1994; 30 (10): 2332-49
  • Sub-Micron defect enhancement in Periodic Structures Using Photorefractive Holography: system design and performance Applied Optics Uhrich, C., Hesselink, L. 1994; 33: 744-57
  • Analytical model for grating dynamics in surface-charge-dominated Pockels readout otpical modulator devices Journal of Optical Society of America (JOSA B) Smith, S., L., Hesselink, L. 1994; 11: 1743
  • Growth and Applications of Photorefractive Films OSA De Vré, R., Youden, K., E., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Theory of Two-Center Transport in Photorefractive Media for Low-Intensity, Continuous-Wave Illumination in the quasi-steady-state limit journal of the Optical Society of America B (Optical Physics) Bashaw, M., C., Jeganathan, M., Hesselink, L. 1994; 11 (9): 1743-57
  • Complementary Gratings for Multiplex Holography in Photorefractive Media Bashaw, M., C., Gurkan, K., Heanue, J., F., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Crosstalk considerations for angular and phase-encoded multiplexing in volume holography Journal of Optical Society of America B Bashaw, M., C., Heanue, J., F., Aharoni, A., Walkup, J., F., Hesselink, L. 1994; 11 (9): 1820-36
  • Decision Feedback Viterbi Detection for Page-Access Optical Memories. OL Heanue, J., F., Gurkan, K., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • A 2-TONE APPROACH FOR PROLONGED READOUT OF MULTIPLEXED PHOTOREFRACTIVE HOLOGRAMS 1994 IEEE NONLINEAR OPTICS: MATERIALS, FUNDAMENTALS, AND APPLICATIONS Aharoni, A., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1994: 188-190
  • A SOLID-STATE 3-DIMENSIONAL UPCONVERSION DISPLAY 1994 IEEE NONLINEAR OPTICS: MATERIALS, FUNDAMENTALS, AND APPLICATIONS DOWNING, E. A., Hesselink, L., Macfarlane, R. M. 1994: 409-411
  • CROSSTALK CONTROL FOR MULTIPLEX HOLOGRAPHY 1994 IEEE NONLINEAR OPTICS: MATERIALS, FUNDAMENTALS, AND APPLICATIONS Bashaw, M. C., Heanue, J. F., Hesselink, L. 1994: 224-226
  • WAVELENGTH SELECTION FOR COLOR-HOLOGRAPHY PRACTICAL HOLOGRAPHY VIII PEERCY, M. S., Hesselink, L. 1994; 2176: 108-118
  • IMPACT OF MATERIALS PROPERTIES ON MULTIPLEX HOLOGRAPHIC DATA-STORAGE PRACTICAL HOLOGRAPHY VIII Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1994; 2176: 132-143
  • EFFECT OF SELF-DIFFRACTION ON ERASURE DYNAMICS DURING READOUT AT DIFFERENT WAVELENGTHS AND GEOMETRIES IN PHOTOREFRACTIVE MATERIALS 1994 IEEE NONLINEAR OPTICS: MATERIALS, FUNDAMENTALS, AND APPLICATIONS Jeganathan, M., Bashaw, M. C., Aharoni, A., Hesselink, L. 1994: 183-184
  • THE TOPOLOGY OF SYMMETRIC, 2ND-ORDER TENSOR FIELDS VISUALIZATION '94, PROCEEDINGS DELMARCELLE, T., Hesselink, L. 1994: 140-?
  • RECALL OF LINEAR COMBINATIONS OF STORED DATA PAGES USING PHASE CODE MULTIPLEXING IN VOLUME HOLOGRAPHY 1994 IEEE NONLINEAR OPTICS: MATERIALS, FUNDAMENTALS, AND APPLICATIONS Heanue, J. F., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1994: 427-429
  • PHASE-CONJUGATE REPLAY FOR A-AXIS STRONTIUM BARIUM NIOBATE SINGLE-CRYSTAL FIBERS OPTICS LETTERS Bashaw, M. C., Aharoni, A., Hesselink, L. 1993; 18 (23): 2059-2061

    View details for Web of Science ID A1993MJ09900023

    View details for PubMedID 19829491

  • OPTICAL MEMORIES IMPLEMENTED WITH PHOTOREFRACTIVE MEDIA OPTICAL AND QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Hesselink, L., Bashaw, M. C. 1993; 25 (9): S611-S661
  • VISUALIZING 2ND-ORDER TENSOR-FIELDS WITH HYPERSTREAMLINES IEEE COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND APPLICATIONS DELMARCELLE, T., Hesselink, L. 1993; 13 (4): 25-33
  • LIMITATIONS OF PHASE-CONJUGATE REPLAY IN VOLUME-HOLOGRAPHIC PHASE-DISTURBING MEDIA OPTICS LETTERS Bashaw, M. C., Aharoni, A., Hesselink, L. 1993; 18 (9): 741-743

    Abstract

    We examine the consequences of permanent phase distortions on the replay of transmission volume holograms with a phase-conjugated reference wave. In the absence of Bragg degeneracies and significant Bragg mismatch, for negligible dispersion in the spatial frequency response and for negligible variation in obliquity, phase-conjugated reference waves compensate for the effects of phase distortions and permit cross-talk-free multiplexing by using orthogonal reference waves. Spatial frequency dispersion, however, is a source of image distortion and cross talk.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1993KY94200025

    View details for PubMedID 19802258

  • DISTORTION-FREE MULTIPLEXED HOLOGRAPHY IN STRIATED PHOTOREFRACTIVE MEDIA APPLIED OPTICS Aharoni, A., Bashaw, M. C., Hesselink, L. 1993; 32 (11): 1973-1982

    Abstract

    Growth-induced striations in photorefractive media constitute phase gratings that scatter transmitted light and therefore degrade the quality of reconstructed images in holographic applications. A simple angular multiplexed holographic memory arrangement in a striated strontium barium niobate sample is considered. For forward-propagating reconstruction the striations distort the readout images and introduce ghost images. For counterpropagating readout, inhomogeneous image reconstruction and interimage cross talk can occur. We investigate these effects experimentally for different reconstruction methods and demonstrate the cross talk and the ghost images with a simple model based on coupled-wave theory. Readout with a counterpropagating plane wave eliminates the ghost images and the distortions but suffers degradation from cross talk and inhomogeneous image intensity. Only reconstruction with a phase conjugate of the transmitted reference beam eliminates cross talk and distortions. The model indicates that negligible material dispersion is a necessary requirement for high-quality phaseconjugation readout.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1993KX26800016

    View details for PubMedID 20820332

  • INTEGRATED-OPTICAL SWITCH ARRAYS IN GAAS BASED ON ELECTRICALLY CONTROLLED DYNAMIC FREE CARRIER GRATINGS APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Aronson, L. B., Hesselink, L. 1993; 62 (5): 449-451
  • VOLUMETRIC VISUALIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR FLUID-MECHANICS IMAGING IN TRANSPORT PROCESSES Hesselink, L., Ning, P., DELMARCELLE, T. 1993: 3-?
  • Holographic Data Storage Optical Society of America, Toronto, Canada Hesselink, L. 1993
  • Holographic Data Storage Implemented with Photorefractives Intermag '93 - International Magnetism, Stockholm Hesselink, L. 1993
  • Visualization and Feature Extraction of Tensor Datasets U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Washington, D.C. Hesselink, L. 1993
  • Holographic Data Storage Systems Implemented with Photorefractive Materials Leos '93 Annual Meeting Hesselink, L. 1993
  • Visualizing second-order tensor fields with hyperstreamlines IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, Special issue on scientific visualization. Delmarcelle, T., Hesselink, L. 1993; 13 (4): 25-33
  • Holographic Data Storage Systems Implemented with Photorefractive Materials Research Trends in Nonlinear and Quantum Optics, La Jolla, CA Hesselink, L. 1993
  • DICHROMATIC COLOR REPRESENTATIONS FOR COMPLEX DISPLAY SYSTEMS VISUALIZATION 93, PROCEEDINGS PEERCY, M. S., Hesselink, L. 1993: 212-?
  • HOLOGRAPHIC DATA-STORAGE SYSTEMS IMPLEMENTED WITH PHOTOREFRACTIVE MATERIALS LEOS '93 CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Hesselink, L. 1993: 82-83
  • FAST VOLUME RENDERING OF COMPRESSED DATA VISUALIZATION 93, PROCEEDINGS Ning, P., Hesselink, L. 1993: 11-?
  • ALLEVIATION OF IMAGE DISTORTION DUE TO STRIATIONS IN A PHOTOREFRACTIVE MEDIUM BY USING A PHASE-CONJUGATED REFERENCE WAVE OPTICS LETTERS Bashaw, M. C., Aharoni, A., Hesselink, L. 1992; 17 (16): 1149-1151

    Abstract

    Growth-induced striations in photorefractive media scatter transmitted light, degrading their performance in holographic applications. We model this phenomenon by considering the striations to be a permanent hologram within a medium and compare it with experimental results in a striated strontium barium niobate crystal. We show that the construction of the phase-conjugate signal beam by a phase conjugate of the transmitted reference beam alleviates the effects of distortions that are due to striations.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1992JG55500017

    View details for PubMedID 19794747

  • SUBMICROMETER DEFECT ENHANCEMENT IN PERIODIC STRUCTURES BY USING PHOTOREFRACTIVE HOLOGRAPHY OPTICS LETTERS Uhrich, C., Hesselink, L. 1992; 17 (15): 1087-1089

    Abstract

    We present a defect-enhancement system capable of detecting submicrometer defects on opaque periodic structures using real-time holography in photorefractive crystals. We detect 0.5-microm defects with ~90% success rate and 0.3-microm defects with >85% success rate while inspecting an area greater than 1 mm(2) in real time. To our knowledge, these defects have an area 100 times smaller than those previously detected with any real-time holographic technique.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1992JE80200018

    View details for PubMedID 19794728

  • ELECTRIC-FIELD-CONTROLLED DIFFRACTION IN PHOTOREFRACTIVE STRONTIUM BARIUM NIOBATE OPTICS LETTERS Wilde, J. P., Hesselink, L. 1992; 17 (12): 853-855

    View details for Web of Science ID A1992HX96300005

    View details for PubMedID 19794652

  • THE EVOLUTION AND NATURE OF LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURES IN THE TURBULENT JET PHYSICS OF FLUIDS A-FLUID DYNAMICS Yoda, M., Hesselink, L., Mungal, M. G. 1992; 4 (4): 803-811
  • ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF AN ANAMORPHIC OPTICAL PROCESSOR FOR SPECKLE METROLOGY AND VELOCIMETRY APPLIED OPTICS Collicott, S. H., Hesselink, L. 1992; 31 (10): 1646-1659

    Abstract

    Two-dimensional velocity or displacement fields that are recorded as double-exposure speckle patterns may be measured with an anamorphic optical processor. The anamorphic optical processor measures one component of the velocity or displacement throughout a linear region of the double-exposure speckle pattern. The signal in the output plane of such a processor is a fringe pattern. An analysis to predict fringe modulation based on Fourier optics and the statistics of speckle patterns is developed. The analysis specifies the effects of both the speckle-recording optics and the anamorphic optical processor on the fringe modulation. The observed loss of modulation when the velocity or displacement component perpendicular to the measured component is increased is also described. Measurements of fringe modulations that are produced by anamorphic optical processors with and without increased tolerance to the perpendicular velocity component are compared to results of the analysis. Fringe modulation versus relative exposure in the double-exposure speckle pattern are also measured and compared to the results of this analysis. An anamorphic processor that reduces the time for digital processing of the fringe patterns by a factor of N (typically 128, 256, or 512) relative to the two-dimensional Fourier transform optical processor (with identical spatial resolution) is demonstrated.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1992HM11000037

    View details for PubMedID 20720801

  • Diffraction Efficiencies Recorded on Photographic Film Experimental Mechanics Collicott, S., Hesselink, L. 1992: 34-37
  • Electric-Field Controlled Diffraction in Photorefractive Strontium Barium Niobate Optics Letters Wilde, J., P., Hesselink, L. 1992; 17 (12)
  • Asymmetric turbulent vortical flows over slender bodies AIAA Journal Hesselink, L., Degani, D., Levy, Y. 1992; 30 (9): 2267-2273
  • DIAMETER STABILIZATION OF CZOCHRALSKI-GROWN SR0.61BA0.39NB2O6 (SBN) CRYSTALS USING REAL-TIME COMPUTER CONTROL JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH Wilde, J. P., Hesselink, L., Feigelson, R. S. 1991; 113 (3-4): 337-359
  • VISUALIZING VECTOR FIELD TOPOLOGY IN FLUID-FLOWS IEEE COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND APPLICATIONS Helman, J. L., Hesselink, L. 1991; 11 (3): 36-46
  • Priority Communication Growth of Sr.61Ba.39Nb2O6 Fibers: New Results Regarding Orientation. J. of Crystal Growth Wilde, J., P., Jundt, D., H., Galambos, L., Hesselink, L. 1991; 114: 500-506
  • Visualizing Vector Field Topology in Fluid Flows. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications Helman, J., L., Hesselink, L. 1991; 11 (3): 36-46
  • Numerical prediction of subsonic, turbulent flows over bodies at large incidence AIAA Journal Degani, D., Schiff, L., B., Levy, Y. 1991; 29 (12): 2054-2061
  • DEGENERATE CONICAL EMISSIONS IN ATOMIC-SODIUM VAPOR JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS Pender, J., Hesselink, L. 1990; 7 (7): 1361-1373
  • APPLICATION OF HOLOGRAPHY TO THE MEASUREMENT OF VELOCITY-GRADIENTS IN FLUID-FLOWS SENSITIZED WITH PHOTOCHROMIC DYES PHYSICS OF FLUIDS A-FLUID DYNAMICS GARCIA, J. C., Hesselink, L. 1990; 2 (5): 688-699
  • TEMPERATURE, INTENSITY, AND FIELD-DEPENDENCE OF THE ABSORPTION-COEFFICIENT OF BI12SIO20 OPTICS LETTERS Uhrich, C., Hesselink, L. 1990; 15 (9): 455-457

    Abstract

    Department of Applied Physics, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305We report the observation of incident intensity and applied-field-induced increases in the absorption coefficient of Bi(12)SiO(20) at 514.5 nm. Absorption changes as large as 50% have been observed, but 10% is more typical. The main effect is thermal shifting of the absorption edge caused by ohmic heating from the photocurrent: Deltaalpha(T) = 0.0083 cm(-1) K(-1). In addition, there is a small absorption change proportional to the intensity alone that is approximately given by Deltaalpha(I) = 0.03 ln(I). We also report a linear decrease in the photoconductivity with temperature for T in the range 295-330 K.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1990DA81000001

    View details for PubMedID 19767973

  • MEASUREMENT OF ELECTROOPTIC AND ELECTROGYRATORY EFFECTS IN BI12TIO20 JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Wilde, J. P., Hesselink, L., McCahon, S. W., Klein, M. B., Rytz, D., Wechsler, B. A. 1990; 67 (5): 2245-2252
  • A 3-DIMENSIONAL VISUALIZATION TECHNIQUE APPLIED TO FLOW AROUND A DELTA WING EXPERIMENTS IN FLUIDS Yoda, M., Hesselink, L. 1990; 10 (2-3): 102-108
  • Measurement of electro-optic and electrogyratory effects in Bi12TiO20. Journal of Appl. Wilde, J., P., Hesselink, L. 1990; 67 (5): 2245—2252
  • Photorefractive integrated-optical switch arrays in LiNb03. Opt. Lett. Aronson, L., B., Hesselink, L. 1990; 15 (1): 30—32
  • Graphical visualization of vortical flows by means of helicity AIAA Journal Levy, Y., Degani, D., Seginer, A. 1990; 28: 1347-1352
  • A three dimensional visualization technique applied to flow around a delta wing. Experiments in Fluids Yoda, M., Hesselink, L. 1990; 10: 102-108
  • Temperature, intensity and fluid of dependence of the absorption coefficient of BSO. Opt. Lett. Uhrich, C., Hesselink, L. 1990; 15 (9): 455-457
  • Auto-correlation measurements in three-dimensional fluid flow datasets. Experiments in Fluids Brand, A., J., Hesselink, L. 1990; 10: 55-59
  • PHOTOREFRACTIVE INTEGRATED-OPTICAL SWITCH ARRAYS IN LINBO3 OPTICS LETTERS Aronson, L. B., Hesselink, L. 1990; 15 (1): 30-32

    Abstract

    A new optical switch design is reported that consists of two sets of parallel channel waveguides intersecting at right angles. Arrays based on Ti:LiNbO(3) technology, with waveguide intersections iron doped to provide photorefractive sensitivity, have been fabricated. Interfering guided beams are used to write index gratings at the waveguide intersections, which in turn diffract a portion of an incident signal beam into the crossing waveguide. Arrays ranging from 15 x 15 up to 50 x 50 waveguides are constructed in an active area of 5 mm x 5 mm. Diffraction efficiency and writing-time measurements are reported along with a proposal for a practical architecture.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1990CH36900011

    View details for PubMedID 19759701

  • 2-WAVELENGTH PHOTOREFRACTIVE DYNAMIC OPTICAL INTERCONNECT OPTICS LETTERS MCRUER, R., Wilde, J., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J. 1989; 14 (21): 1174-1176

    Abstract

    A novel architecture for a reconfigurable optical routing switch using photorefractive crystals with nondestructive readout is presented. This design reduces the order of complexity from n(2) to n for a general two-wavelength n x n holographic interconnection network. The packing capacity of the network is discussed and is calculated to be of the order of 1000 x 1000 for an ideal volume holographic recording material. In practice, we show that the actual value is constrained by the number of gratings that can be multiplexed in a single photorefractive crystal. A 2 x 3 switch is demonstrated by using a Bi(12)GeO(20) crystal with 514-nm writing beams and 633-nm signal (readout) beams.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1989AX17300004

    View details for PubMedID 19759625

  • REPRESENTATION AND DISPLAY OF VECTOR FIELD TOPOLOGY IN FLUID-FLOW DATA SETS COMPUTER Helman, J., Hesselink, L. 1989; 22 (8): 27-36
  • CONICAL EMISSIONS AND PHASE CONJUGATION IN ATOMIC SODIUM VAPOR IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Pender, J., Hesselink, L. 1989; 25 (3): 395-402
  • Dynamic optical interconnects. Optics News Hesselink, L. 1989; 15 (12): 44—45
  • Goodman, J.W. Two-wavelength photorefractive dynamic optical interconnect. Opt. Lett. McRuer, R., Wilde, J., Hesselink, L. 1989; 14 (21): 1174—1176
  • Digital image processing in flow visualization. in Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics. (Palo Alto, CA, USA: Annual Reviews) Hesselink, L. 1989; 20
  • Real-time enhancement of submicron defects using photorefractives. Optics News Hesselink, L. 1989; 15 (12): 36—37
  • OPTICAL-SURFACE INSPECTION USING REAL-TIME FOURIER-TRANSFORM HOLOGRAPHY IN PHOTOREFRACTIVES APPLIED OPTICS Uhrich, C., Hesselink, L. 1988; 27 (21): 4497-4503

    Abstract

    We present real-time optical preprocessor intended to enhance small defects in a smooth surface. The heart of the system is a photorefractive Bi(12)SiO(20) phase-conjugate mirror which reflects only the low intensity features of the object's optical Fourier transform. By adjusting the beam ratios so that only the low intensity, high spatial frequency image components are phase conjugated and inverse transformed, an image consisting of just the defects is produced. To our knowledge, this is the first use of this technique on opaque and nonperiodic objects. We present experimental data showing enhancement of defects as small as 0.14 microm.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988Q889000033

    View details for PubMedID 20539599

  • PHOTOREFRACTIVE HOLOGRAPHIC RECORDING IN STRONTIUM BARIUM NIOBATE FIBERS OPTICS LETTERS Hesselink, L., Redfield, S. 1988; 13 (10): 877-879

    Abstract

    We describe what are to our knowledge the first photorefractive holographic recordings in a fiber. A plane-wave reference and an image-carrying object beam are incident upon the fiber in a reflection geometry. We report results on the angular sensitivity of the recordings, the image quality, and readout efficiency as a function of the reference-wave input angle when the object wave propagates along the bore of the fiber. These experiments are carried out for two relatively short, 4- and 8-mm, multimode 1-mm-diameter fibers. The results suggest that an array of fibers might favorably replace bulk materials for certain computer and signal-processing applications.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988Q191500025

    View details for PubMedID 19746065

  • ENHANCED NONDESTRUCTIVE HOLOGRAPHIC READOUT IN STRONTIUM BARIUM NIOBATE OPTICS LETTERS Redfield, S., Hesselink, L. 1988; 13 (10): 880-883

    Abstract

    We describe a novel procedure for obtaining enhanced nondestructive holographic readout in SBN, where the key new ingredient is utilization of degrees of freedom in polarization of the reconstruction beam. The effect also involves spatial frequency and the applied voltage during both the recording and the reconstruction. The reconstructed beam first drops in intensity but subsequently grows in strength above the starting value, approaching 100% efficiency in some cases. More than 6 h of continuous readout has been achieved, with efficiency remaining strong enough to give more than 10(9) 10-microsec readouts with signal-to-noise ratios exceeding 20 dB.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988Q191500026

    View details for PubMedID 19746066

  • HOLOGRAMS IN MOTION .1. EFFECT OF FLUID MOTION ON VOLUME HOLOGRAMS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION AGUI, J. C., Hesselink, L. 1988; 5 (8): 1287-1296
  • HOLOGRAMS IN MOTION .2. DIFFRACTING CAPABILITIES OF STRAINED HOLOGRAMS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION AGUI, J. C., Hesselink, L. 1988; 5 (8): 1297-1308
  • SELECTIVE ENHANCEMENT OF SPATIAL HARMONICS OF A PHOTOREFRACTIVE GRATING JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS VACHSS, F., Hesselink, L. 1988; 5 (8): 1814-1821
  • SYNTHESIS OF A HOLOGRAPHIC IMAGE VELOCITY FILTER USING THE NONLINEAR PHOTOREFRACTIVE EFFECT APPLIED OPTICS VACHSS, F., Hesselink, L. 1988; 27 (14): 2887-2894

    Abstract

    We demonstrate a technique by which components of an image moving with a given speed and direction may be selectively enhanced. By using the strong grating velocity sensitivity of the nonlinear photorefractive response, we show that a BSO crystal used in a schlieren imaging system may be used as a real-time velocity filter. The velocity selectivity, tunability and resolution constraints of this system are discussed in detail.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988P363100017

    View details for PubMedID 20531857

  • FLOW VISUALIZATION AND NUMERICAL-ANALYSIS OF A COFLOWING JET - A 3-DIMENSIONAL APPROACH JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS AGUI, J. C., Hesselink, L. 1988; 191: 19-45
  • NONLINEAR PHOTOREFRACTIVE RESPONSE AT HIGH MODULATION DEPTHS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION VACHSS, F., Hesselink, L. 1988; 5 (5): 690-701
  • REAL-TIME PHOTOREFRACTIVE RECORDING AND OPTICAL-PROCESSING FOR SPECKLE VELOCIMETRY OPTICS LETTERS Collicott, S. H., Hesselink, L. 1988; 13 (5): 348-350

    Abstract

    A photorefractive crystal (Bi(12)GeO(20)) is used to record double-exposure speckle patterns produced by Q-switched laser pulses in real-time speckle metrology and velocimetry applications. The speckle pattern displacements are immediately measured with an optical processor of the type used for measuring speckle displacements recorded on photographic film. Operation of the optical processor is described and compared with the case of film recording. Observed spatial and temporal recording properties of the crystal in this imaging configuration are discussed and compared with published results for single-frequency grating recording in photorefractives. The system is applied to measuring velocities of a moving solid object.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988N323200006

    View details for PubMedID 19745894

  • MEASUREMENT OF MIXING FLUID-FLOWS WITH OPTICAL TOMOGRAPHY OPTICS LETTERS Snyder, R., Hesselink, L. 1988; 13 (2): 87-89

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988L830000004

    View details for PubMedID 19741989

  • COMPUTER DISPLAY OF RECONSTRUCTED 3-D SCALAR DATA APPLIED OPTICS Wu, K., Hesselink, L. 1988; 27 (2): 395-404

    Abstract

    This paper addresses the problem of visualizing 3-D scalar data, initially represented as an ordered set of digital images stacked parallel to each other. An observer's ability to perceive the geometry of the structures in these data fields depends on the methods of reconstructing and displaying 3-D representations. We describe three computer-based visualization methods that share the common goal of displaying the interior structures of 3-D data, and we present the results of applying these methods to a set of fluid-flow data. Interactive peeling of smooth opaque contour surfaces is the best of the three methods: it gives excellent perception cues.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988L870800035

    View details for PubMedID 20523604

  • DIGITAL IMAGE-PROCESSING IN FLOW VISUALIZATION ANNUAL REVIEW OF FLUID MECHANICS Hesselink, L. 1988; 20: 421-?
  • Holograms in motion, I: The effect of fluid motion on volume holograms. JOSA A Agüí, J., Hesselink, L. 1988; 5 (8): 1287—1296
  • Cubic spline contour surfaces of three-dimensional scalar data. IEEE Transactions on Visualization Wu, K., Hesselink, L. 1988
  • Optical associative memories based upon photorefractive crossbar switching. Optics Letters Wilde, J., Hesselink, L. 1988
  • Optical surface inspection using real time Fourier transform holography in photorefractives. Applied Optics Uhrich, C., Hesselink, L. 1988; 27 (21): 4497—4503
  • Real time photorefractive recording and optical processing for speckle velocimetry. Optics Letters Collicott, S., Hesselink, L. 1988; 13 (5): 348—350
  • Measurement of mixing fluid flows with optical tomography Optics Letters Snyder, R., Hesselink, L. 1988; 13 (2): 87-9
  • Holograms in motion, II: The diffraction capabilities of strained holograms. JOSA A Agüí, J., Hesselink, L. 1988; 5 (8): 1297—1308
  • Propagation of weak shocks through a random medium. J. Fluid Mech. Hesselink, L., Sturtevant, B. 1988; 196: 513—553
  • Computer display of reconstructed three-dimensional scalar data. Applied Optics Wu, K., Hesselink, L. 1988; 27 (2): 395—404
  • Enhanced nondestructive holographic readout in SBN. Optics Letters Redfield, S., Hesselink, L. 1988; 13 (10): 880—882
  • Flow visualization and numerical analysis of a co-flowing jet: a three-dimensional approach. Journal of Fluid Mech. Agüí, J., Hesselink, L. 1988; 191: 19—45
  • DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR HOLOGRAPHIC OPTICAL INTERCONNECTS APPLIED OPTICS Kostuk, R. K., Goodman, J. W., Hesselink, L. 1987; 26 (18): 3947-3953

    Abstract

    The geometrical design characteristics of multiple-image holograms are evaluated. A figure of merit expressing these characteristics as a function of the hologram diameter and the distance between the hologram and the image plane is developed. This value is then used to compare two designs which are capable of forming several hundred interconnections. The results indicate that these connections can be formed between points on the substrate separated by 2-3 cm provided that the holograms are separated from the substrate plane by 0.5-1 cm. Each hologram design is experimentally demonstrated in bleached photographic emulsions.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1987K206900036

    View details for PubMedID 20490168

  • SODIUM PHASE-CONJUGATE OSCILLATOR IN A COMBUSTING ENVIRONMENT OPTICS LETTERS Pender, J., Hesselink, L. 1987; 12 (9): 693-695

    Abstract

    We report on the use of a sodium-seeded flame as an amplifying phase conjugator. The environment is unique in that a number density of 10(16) cm(-3) is maintained despite a lateral dimension of 1 mm. We combine two of these optically pumped flames to form a phase-conjugate resonator. Finally, we observe oscillation that is due to the action of a single flame and two pump beams.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1987J862000018

    View details for PubMedID 19741842

  • MEASUREMENT OF THE ELECTROGYRATORY AND ELECTROOPTIC EFFECTS IN BSO ANG BGO OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS VACHSS, F., Hesselink, L. 1987; 62 (3): 159-165
  • HOLOGRAPHIC BEAM COUPLING IN ANISOTROPIC PHOTOREFRACTIVE MEDIA JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION VACHSS, F., Hesselink, L. 1987; 4 (2): 325-339
  • Measurement of the electrogyratory and electro-optic effect in BSO and BGO. Opt. Comm. Vachss, F., Hesselink, L. 1987; 62 (3): 159—165
  • VOLUME REFLECTION HOLOGRAMS WITH MULTIPLE GRATINGS - AN EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL EVALUATION APPLIED OPTICS Kostuk, R. K., Goodman, J. W., Hesselink, L. 1986; 25 (23): 4362-4369

    View details for Web of Science ID A1986F055700026

    View details for PubMedID 18235792

  • ANAMORPHIC OPTICAL-PROCESSING OF MULTIPLE-EXPOSURE SPECKLE PHOTOGRAPHS OPTICS LETTERS Collicott, S. H., Hesselink, L. 1986; 11 (7): 410-412

    Abstract

    Previous methods for analyzing double-exposed speckle photographs provide point-by-point velocity information by using two-dimensional Fourier analysis, or constant velocity contours by using spatial filtering techniques. A new method using an anamorphic optical system to measure one component of the velocity throughout a section of the flow is analyzed and demonstrated. A laser sheet, thin in the x direction and extended in the y direction, is used to probe a line of the photograph of which the anamorphic optical system forms a one-dimensional Fourier transform in the x direction and images the speckle pattern in the y direction for measuring the x-velocity component. This results in curved fringes, which have a local spacing inversely proportional to the x-velocity component at that point. Thus it is possible to measure a velocity component along a selected line in the flow. This differs from spatial filtering techniques that produce contours showing the points where a selected velocity occurs.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1986C992500002

    View details for PubMedID 19730647

  • HIGHER-ORDER ANALYSIS OF THE PHOTOREFRACTIVE EFFECT FOR LARGE MODULATION DEPTHS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION Ochoa, E., VACHSS, F., Hesselink, L. 1986; 3 (2): 181-188
  • A higher order analysis of the photorefractive effect for large modulation depths. JOSA A Ochoa, E., Vachss, F., Hesselink, L. 1986; 3 (2): 181—187
  • Anamorphic optical processing of multiple exposure speckle photographs. Optics Lett Collicott, S., Hesselink, L. 1986; 11 (7): 410—412
  • Volume reflection holograms with multiple gratings: an experimental and theoretical evaluation. Appl. Opt. Kostuk, R., K., Goodman, J., W., Hesselink, L. 1986; 25 (23): 4362—4369
  • MULTIPLE MULTIPLE-EXPOSURE HOLOGRAM APPLIED OPTICS Johnson, K. M., Armstrong, M., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J. W. 1985; 24 (24): 4467-4472

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985AXB6000037

    View details for PubMedID 18224230

  • OPTICAL IMAGING APPLIED TO MICROELECTRONIC CHIP-TO-CHIP INTERCONNECTIONS APPLIED OPTICS Kostuk, R. K., Goodman, J. W., Hesselink, L. 1985; 24 (17): 2851-2858

    Abstract

    An imaging system is proposed as an alternative to metallized connections between integrated circuits. Power requirements for metallized interconnects and electrooptic links are compared. A holographic optical element is considered as the imaging device. Several experimental systems have been constructed which have visible LEDs as the transmitters and PIN photodiodes as the receivers. Signals are evaluated at different source-detector separations. Multiple exposure holograms are used as a means of optical fan out allowing one source to simultaneously address several receiver locations. Limitations of this technique are also discussed.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985AQA8400028

    View details for PubMedID 18223967

  • The multiple-multiple exposure hologram. Appl. Opt. Johnson, K., M., Armstrong, M., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J., W. 1985; 24 (24): 4467—4472
  • Real-time intensity inversion using two-wave and four-wave mixing in photorefractive BGO. Appl. Opt. Ochoa, E., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J., W. 1985; 24 (12): 1826—1832
  • Real-time enhancement of defects in a periodic mask using photorefractive BSO. Opt. Lett. Ochoa, E., Goodman, J., W., Hesselink, L. 1985; 10 (9): 430—432
  • High speed optical tomography for flow visualization. Appl. Opt. Snyder, R., Hesselink, L. 1985; 24 (23): 4046 (15 pages)
  • REAL-TIME INTENSITY INVERSION USING 2-WAVE AND 4-WAVE MIXING IN PHOTOREFRACTIVE BI12GEO20 APPLIED OPTICS Ochoa, E., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J. W. 1985; 24 (12): 1826-1832

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985AKE8300028

    View details for PubMedID 18223799

  • HIGH-SPEED OPTICAL TOMOGRAPHY FOR FLOW VISUALIZATION APPLIED OPTICS Snyder, R., Hesselink, L. 1985; 24 (23): 4046-4051

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985AVY5200018

    View details for PubMedID 18224160

  • NON-HOLOGRAPHIC 3-DIMENSIONAL DISPLAY DEVICES PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Hesselink, L. 1985; 532: 14-28
  • PHASE CONJUGATION IN A FLAME OPTICS LETTERS Pender, J., Hesselink, L. 1985; 10 (6): 264-266

    Abstract

    The first observation to our knowledge of degenerate four-wave mixing in a sodium-seeded flame is reported. In addition, the theoretical dependence of the phase-conjugate output on the sodium concentration is verified experimentally, demonstrating the potential of this procedure for use as a diagnostic tool to measure species concentration in combusting or noncombusting media.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985AHT9000007

    View details for PubMedID 19724415

  • REAL-TIME ENHANCEMENT OF DEFECTS IN A PERIODIC MASK USING PHOTOREFRACTIVE BI12SIO20 OPTICS LETTERS Ochoa, E., Goodman, J. W., Hesselink, L. 1985; 10 (9): 430-432

    Abstract

    The first known experimental results of real-time optical defect enhancement of a periodic mask are reported. A low-intensity reference wave interferes with the Fourier transform of an object beam to form a hologram in a photorefractive crystal. The nonlinear properties of the crystal perform a filtering operation, and phase-conjugate readout results in a defect-enhanced image. Defects of size 10 microm x 100 microm have been easily detected with high signalto- noise ratio, and a discussion of performance limitations is presented.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985APM7300002

    View details for PubMedID 19724471

  • OPTICAL TOMOGRAPHY FOR FLOW VISUALIZATION OF THE DENSITY FIELD AROUND A REVOLVING HELICOPTER ROTOR BLADE APPLIED OPTICS Snyder, R., Hesselink, L. 1984; 23 (20): 3650-3656

    View details for Web of Science ID A1984TM61500036

    View details for PubMedID 18213207

  • Optical tomography for flow visualization of the density field around a revolving helicopter rotorblade. Appl. Opt. Snyder, R., Hesselink, L. 1984; 23 (20): 3650—3656
  • DIGITAL RECONSTRUCTION METHODS FOR 3-DIMENSIONAL IMAGE VISUALIZATION PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS JAFFEY, S. M., Dutta, K., Hesselink, L. 1984; 507: 155-163
  • HOLOGRAPHIC RECIPROCITY LAW FAILURE APPLIED OPTICS Johnson, K. M., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J. W. 1984; 23 (2): 218-227

    View details for Web of Science ID A1984RZ78400015

    View details for PubMedID 18204543

  • Digital image processing of flow visualization photographs. Appl. Opt. Hesselink, L., White, B., S. 1983; 22 (10): 1454
  • DIGITAL IMAGE-PROCESSING OF FLOW VISUALIZATION PHOTOGRAPHS APPLIED OPTICS Hesselink, L., White, B. S. 1983; 22 (10): 1454-1460

    View details for Web of Science ID A1983QQ95300012

    View details for PubMedID 18195986

  • HOLOGRAPHIC DISPLAY DEVICES PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Hesselink, L., Johnson, K. M., PERLMUTTER, R. J. 1983; 402: 80-87
  • MULTIPLE EXPOSURE HOLOGRAPHIC DISPLAY OF CT MEDICAL DATA PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Johnson, K. M., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J. W. 1982; 367: 149-154

Books and Book Chapters


  • Display technology, 3-D. Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology Hesselink, L. Academic Press. : 20
  • Hologram Optical Recording Optical recording technology and materials of the next generation Inoue, M., Hesselink, L. CMC publishing in Japanese.. 2004: 1
  • Digital Volume Holography and Optical Disk Storage System Hesselink, L., Inoue, M. Japanese publication. 2003
  • Digital holographic demonstration systems in Holographic Data Storage Hesselink, L. edited by Coufal, Psaltis, Sincerbox Springer-Verlag. 2002: 383-396
  • Topology based methods for quantitative comparisons of vector fields in Visual Data Exploration and Analysis VII Batra, R., Kling, K., Hesselink, L. edited by Erbacher, R., Chen, P., Roberts, J. SPIE. 2000: 1
  • Hologram Fixing and Nonvolatile Storage in Photorefractive Materials in Holographic Data Storage Hesselink, L., Orlov, S., S., Phillips, W. edited by Coufal, H., Psaltis, D., Sincerbox, G. Springer, New York. 2000: 127-148
  • Digital Holographic Demonstration Systems by Stanford University and Siros Technologies Holographic Data Storage Hesselink, L. edited by Coufal, Psaltis, Sincerbox Springer. 2000: 383-397
  • Holographic storage testbeds in Holographic data storage Hesselink, L. edited by Coufal, Psaltis, Sincerbox Springer Verlag. 2000
  • Holographic data storage in “Photorefractive Optics Hesselink, L. edited by Fournir, J. Springer. 2000
  • Topology based vector field comparisons using graph methods in Late Breaking Hot Topics IEEE Visualization ’99 Batra, R., Kling, K., Hesselink, L. edited by Varsney, A., Wittenbrik, C., M., Hagen, H. CS Press, Los Alamitos, CA. 1999: 25-28
  • Visualization of vector and tensor data sets 1993 ONR Workshop on Scientific Visualization Hesselink, L., Delmarcelle, T. Springer-Verlag, published in Scientific Visualization, Academic Press. 1994: 419-433
  • A unified framework for flow visualization in Computer Visualization Delmarcelle, T., Hesselink, L. edited by Gallagher, R. CRC Press. 1994: 129-170
  • Nonlinear photorefractive effects and their application in dynamic optical interconnects and image processing Hesselink, L. Plenum Publishing Corp.. 1990
  • Optical interconnects. Nonlinear Photonics Kostuk, R., Goodman, J., W., Hesselink, L. Springer Verlag, Vol. 30, chapter. 3, 29 pages, published. 1990: 29
  • Optical Image Processing. Handbook of Flow Visualization Hesselink, L. Hemisphere Publishing. 1989: 261—277
  • Optical Tomography. Handbook of Flow Visualization Hesselink, L. Hemisphere Publishing. 1989: 307—327
  • Digital image processing in flow visualization. Ann. Review of Fluid Mechanics Hesselink, L. Annual Reviews. 1988: 421—485

Conference Proceedings


  • Differential Phase Contrast 3-D Imaging system and Applications DHS Symposium, Washington DC Hesselink, L. 2013
  • Towards full-scale modeling of a traveling-wave thermoacoustic engine Proceedings of the AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference and Exhibit, San Diego, California Scalo, C., Lin, J., Lele, S. K., Hesselink, L. 2013
  • Numerical investigation of a traveling-wave thermoacoustic heat engine Annual Research Briefs, Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University, Stanford California. Scalo, C., Lele, S. K., Hesselink, L. 2013
  • Nano Optical Photo Electron Source CC3DMR, Jeju Island, Korea Hesselink, L. 2013
  • Full-scale simulation and reduced-order modeling of a thermoacoustic engine the bulletin of the 66th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Scalo, C., Lin, J., Lele, S. L., Hesselink, L. 2013
  • Differential Phase Contrast 3-D imaging ISPDI, Beijing Hesselink, L. 2013
  • Design Optimization for Nanophotonic Devices using Using Adjoint FDTD SPRC 2010 Annual Symposium, Stanford, CA Hansen, P., Hesselink, L. 2010
  • Experimental Verification of a l/50 Optical Spot Size of a C-aperture Nano Antenna Tip for Photo-electron Emitter Applications The 23rd International Vacuum Nanoelectronics Conference, Palo Alto, California Pease, R. F., Cheng, Y., Hansen, P., Yuen, Y., Hesselink, L., Pease, R. F., Maldonado, J. R., Pianetta, P. A. 2010
  • Inspection of Metallic Interconnects Using a C-aperture SNOM Stanford Photonics Research Conference, Stanford, CA. Leen, J. B., Hansen, P., Cheng, Y. T., Hesselink, L. 2009
  • Near-field optical data storage using C-apertures Post Deadline Presentation, International Symposium on Optical Memory, October 2009, Nagasaki, Japan Leen, J. B., Hansen, P., Cheng, Y. T., Gibby, A., Hesselink, L. 2009
  • 90 degree bent metallic waveguide with a tapered C-shaped aperture for use in HAMR Dept. of Applied Physics Stanford University ; Stanford, CA 94305, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering; 2007; v.6620, Conference: Optical Data Storage 2007; Portland, OR, United States Leen, B. J., Cho, E., Sun, S. D., Hansen, P. C., Sohn, J. S., Choa, S. H., Hesselink, L. 2007
  • 90° Bent Metallic Waveguide with a Tapered C-shaped Aperture for Use in HAMR Optical Data Storage 2007, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering; v.6620 Leen, J. B., Cho, E., Suh, S. D., Hansen, P. C., Sohn, J. S., Choa, S. H., Hesselink, L. 2007
  • Pulsed laser deposition of single phase LiNbO3 thin film waveguides Son, J., Orlov, S. S., Phillips, B., Hesselink, L. SPRINGER. 2006: 591-595
  • Polarization effects in plasmonic masks Schellenberg, F., Adam, K., Sun, L., Matteo, J., Hesselink, L. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 2006: 919-922
  • Consequences of plasmonic effects in photomasks Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering; v.6281 Schellenberg, F. M., Adam, K., Matteo, J., Hesselink, L. 2006
  • Polzarization effects in plasmonic masks Microelectronic Engineering, April-September 2006, vol. 83, no. 4-9, p. 919-22. Schellenerg, F. Y., Adam, K., Sun, L. Y., Matteo, J., Hesselink, L. 2006
  • Media tilt tolerance of page-based and bit-based and plographic storage systems. 2006 Optical Data Storage Topical Meeting - Post Deadline Papers; 2006; p.221-223, Conference: 2006 Optical Data Storage Topical Meeting; 2006; Montreal, QB, Canada Takashima, Y., Hesselink, L. 2006
  • Electromagnetic phenomena in advanced photomasks Schellenberg, F. M., Adam, K., Matteo, J., Hesselink, L. A V S AMER INST PHYSICS. 2005: 3106-3115

    View details for DOI 10.1116/1.2110281

    View details for Web of Science ID 000234613200161

  • Effects of e-Beam Parameters on Sub-micron Ferroelectric Domain Engineering in Liquid Phase Epitaxy LiNbO3 by Direct-Write e-Beam TOPS. Vol. 99, PR’05, 10th Int. Conf. on photorefractive effects, materials and devices, Hainan China Son, J. W., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S., Hesselink, L. 2005
  • Direct-write E-beam Sub-Micron Domain Engineering in Liquid Phase Epitaxy LiNbO3 Thin Films SPIE Proceedings, Vol. 5728, 283-290 Son, J. W., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Shur, V., Hesselink, L. 2005
  • Pulsed laser deposition of single phase LiNbO{sub 3} thin film waveguides International Conference on Electroceramics-2005, Seoul, Korea Son, J. W., Orlov, S. S., Phillips, B., Hesselink, L. 2005
  • Sub-micron Ferroelectric Domain Engineering in Liquid Phase Epitaxy LiNbO3 by Direct-Write e-Beam Techniques Plenary Talk, 10th Int. Conf. on photorefractive effects, materials and devices, Hainan, P. R. China Son, J. W., Hesselink, L. 2005
  • Direct-write E-beam Sub-Micron Domain Engineering in Liquid Phase Epitaxy LiNbO3 Thin Films Photonics West, San Jose, USA Son, J. W., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Shur, V., Hesselink, L. 2005
  • Topology visualization of the optical power flow through a novel C-shaped nano-aperture IEEE Visualization 2004, Austin, TX, USA Sun, L., Batra, R. K., Shi, X., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Characterization of a preliminary narrow-band absorption material for holographic data storage Proceedings of the SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering; 2004; vol.5380, no.1, p.589-96, Conference: Optical Data Storage 2004, 18-21 April 2004, Monterey, CA, USA Dubois, M., Shi, X., Lawrence, B., Boden, E., Chan, K. P., Nielsen, M., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Spectral study of enhanced transmission through single C-shaped nano-apertures. International Quantum Electronics Conference (IQEC), 16-21 May 2004, San Francisco, CA, USA; 1500p.; 4p. Conference: International Quantum Electronics Conference (IQEC), San Francisco, CA, USA Matteo, J. A., Fromm, D. P., Yuen, Y., Schuck, P. J., Moerner, W. E., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Topology visualization of the optical power flow through a novel C-shaped nano-aperture. Sun, L., Batra, R. K., Shi, X., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Spectral Analysis of Strongly Enhanced Visible Light Transmission Throug Single C-Shaped Nano-Apertures Matteo, J., A., Fromm, D., P, Yuen, Y., Schuck, P., J., Moerner, W., E., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Submicron Ferroelectric Domain engineering in LiNbO3 thin films grown by liquid phase epitaxy Son, J., W., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Shur, V., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Nanosecond laser silicon micromachining. Ren, J., Orlov, S. S., Hesselink, L., Howard, H., Conneely, A. J. 2004
  • Parametric studies on Suppressing Secondary Phases in Lithium Niobate Thin Films deposited by Pulsed Laser Deposition Son, J., W., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Characterization of a preliminary narrow-band absorption material for holographic data storage. Dubois, M., Shi, X., Lawrence, B. L., Boden, E. P., Chan, K. P., Nielsen, M., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Characterization of a preliminary narrow-band absorption material for holographic data storage Dubois, M., Shi, X., Lawrence, B., Boden, E., Chan, K. P., Nielsen, M., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Direct-write E-beam Periodically Poled ~400nm Domains in Lithium Niobate Thin Films grown by Liquid Phase Epitaxy Son, J., W., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Shur, V., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Fractal Extensions of Near-Field Aperture Shapes for Enhanced Transmission and Resolution Matteo, J., A. , Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Spectral Analysis of Strongly Enhanced Visible Light Transmission Through Single C-Shaped Nano-Apertures Matteo, J., A., Fromm, D., P., Yuen, Y., Schuck, P., J., Moerner, W., E., Hesselink, L. 2004
  • Holographic data storage systems Hesselink, L., Orlov, S. S., Bashaw, M. 2004
  • Advanced Data Storage Materials and Characterization Techniques Hesselink, Mijiritskii, Ahner, Levy 2004
  • Parametric studies on Suppressing Secondary Phases in Lithium Niobate Thin Films deposited by Pulsed Laser Deposition Son, J., W., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Hesselink, L. 2003
  • Domain engineering in LiNbO3 thin films grown by liquid phase epitaxy Son, J., W., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Shur, V., Hesselink, L. 2003
  • Spectral Analysis of Strongly Enhanced Visible Light Transmission Through Single C-Shaped Nano-Apertures Matteo, J., A., Fromm, D., P, Yuen, Y., Schuck, P., J., Moerner, W., E., Hesselink, L. 2003
  • Three-dimensional analysis of holographic shift multiplexing in thin volumetric media Orlov, Sergei, S., Hesselink, L. 2003
  • Submicron Ferroelectric Domain engineering in LiNbO3 thin films grown by liquid phase epitaxy Son, J., W., Yuen, Y., Orlov, S., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Shur, V., Hesselink, L. 2003
  • Mechanisms for enhancing power throughput from planar nano-apertures for near-field optical data storage Shi, X. L., Hesselink, L. JAPAN SOC APPLIED PHYSICS. 2002: 1632-1635
  • Internet-Based Remotely Controlled Laboratories Hesselink, L. 2002
  • Ultra-high Power Transmission Through a Single Nano-Aperture Hesselink, L., Shi, X. 2002
  • A Nano-Aperture with 1000x Power Throughput Enhancement for Very Small Aperture Laser System (VSAL) Shi, X., Thornton, R., Hesselink, L. 2002
  • Growth and Characterization of Lithium Niobate Waveguide by Liquid Phase Epitaxy Son, J., W., Phillips, W., Galambos, L., Orlov, S., Hesselink, L. 2002
  • Coupling of Orthogonally Polarized Waves and Vectorial Coherent Oscillation in Periodically Poled LiNb03 Fe, Y., Bonitou, D., Schuwelywk, A., Hesselink, L., Sturman, B., Odoulov, S. 2002
  • Ultra-High Power Transmission Through a Single Nano-aperature Hesselink, L. 2002
  • Recent Advances in Holographic Data Storage: Pre-Cursor for Commercialization Hesselink, L., Orlov, S. 2002
  • Materials requirements for dense optical data storage Hesselink, L. VERLAG DEUTSCHEN GLASTECHNISCHEN. 2002: 39-50
  • Doubly doped stoichiometric and congruent lithium niobate for holographic data storage Galambos, L., Orlov, S. S., Hesselink, L., Furukawa, Y., Kitamura, K., Takekawa, S. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 2001: 228-232
  • Content-addressable data storage in holographic memories based on phase-coded multiplexing Denz, C., Berger, G., Müller, K., O., Tschudi, T., Orlov, S., S., Phillips, W., Hesselink, L. 2001
  • Holographic properties of doped stoichiometric LiNbO3 crystals Tao 2001
  • Content Addressable Data Storage in Holographic Memories Based on Phase-Coded Multiplexing Muller, K. O. 2001
  • Applications of Ferromagnetic and Optical Materials, Storage and Magnetoelectronics Borg, Herman, J., Bussman, K., Egelhoff Jr., William, F., Hesselink, L., Majetich, Sara, A., Murdock, Edward, S.I. 2001
  • Parallel Associative Search by Use of a Volume Holographic Memory Li, X., Dimov, F., Phillips, W., Hesselink, L., McLeod, R. 2000
  • High transfer rate (1 Gbit/sec) high-capacity holographic disk digital data storage system Orlov, S., S., Bjornson, E., Phillips, W., Takashima, Y., Li, X., Hesselink, L. 2000
  • Cyberlab: A New Paradigm for Internet Learning edited by Hesselink, L., Bjornson, E., Rizal, D. 2000
  • Video demonstration of high data rate holographic disk storage system Phillips, W., Orlov, S., S., Bjornson, E., Sundaram, P., Hesselink, L., Okas, R. 2000
  • Parallel associative search by use of a volume holographic memory Li, X., Dimov, F., Phillips, W., Hesselink, L., McLeod, R. 2000
  • Three dimensional recording (3DR) technology. Hessellink, L. 2000
  • 10 gigabit/second sustained optical transfer rate from a holographic disk digital data storage system Orlov, S., S., Phillips, W., Bjornson, E., Hesselink, L., Okas, R. 2000
  • Holographic digital storage with sensitive and flexible photo-initiated polymerization recording. Paraschis, L., Sugiyama, Y., Orlov, S., Hesselink, L. 2000
  • UV-enhanced photorefractive sensitivity in Mn,Ce:LiNbO{sub 3} Lim, K., Kim, B., Kim, J., Hesselink, L., Neurgaonkar, R., R. 2000
  • High Transfer rate (1 Gbit/sec) high-capacity holographic disk digital storage system Orlov, S., S., Bjornson, E., Phillips, W., Takashima, Y., Li, X., Hesselink, L. 2000
  • Feature comparisons of 3-D vector field using earth mover’s distance Batra, R., Hesselink, L. 1999
  • Fundamental issues related to digital holographic data storage Hesselink, L., Paraschis, L. 1999
  • Physical properties of photopolymer recording for nonvolatile volume holographic storage Paraschis, L., Sugiyama, Y., Orlov, S., Hesselink, L. 1999
  • Visualisation of flow with the aid of textures Loser, T., Mewes, D., Levy, Y., Hesselink, L. WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH. 1998: 1382-1387
  • Growth of a new photorefractive material: Tungsten-bronze ferroelectric lead barium niobate (Pb1-xBaxNb2O6) Lee, M., Feigelson, R. S., Liu, A., Hesselink, L. KOREAN PHYSICAL SOC. 1998: S1221-S1223
  • Synthesis and properties of ferroelectric niobate thin films prepared by pulsed laser deposition for optical waveguide application Yeo, J. S., Hesselink, L. KOREAN PHYSICAL SOC. 1998: S1369-S1371
  • Formation and fixing of diffraction gratings in new photorefractive lead barium niobate (Pb1-xBaxNb2O6) crystals Lee, M., Feigelson, R. S., Liu, A., Hesselink, L. KOREAN PHYSICAL SOC. 1998: S427-S429
  • Feature comparisons of vector fields using Earth mover’s distance Hesselink, L., Lavin et al, Y. 1998
  • Formation and fixing of diffraction gratings in new photorefractive lead barium niobate (Pb/sub 1-x/Ba/sub x/Nb/sub 2/0/sub 6/) crystals Hesselink, L., Lee et al, M. 1998
  • Growth of a new photorefractive material; tungsten-bronze ferroelectric lead barium niobate (Ph/sub 1-x/Ba/sub x/Nb/sub 2/O/sub 6/) Hesselink, L., Lee et al, M. 1998
  • New fluoroindate glass compositions Akella, A., DOWNING, E. A., Hesselink, L. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1997: 1-5
  • Photorefractive properties of Pb).5Ba0.5Nb206 Lee, M., Liu, Alice, Y., Feigelson, Robert, S., Hesselink, L. 1997
  • Radial inhomogeneties in a-axis grown strontium barium niobate fibers prepared by laser heated pedestal growth technique in different conditions Hesselink, L. 1997
  • Singularites in Nonuniform Tensor Fields Lavin, Y., Levy, Y., Hesselink, L. 1997
  • In-situ reflection high energy electron diffraction studies of ferroelectric niobate thin film growth during pulsed laser deposition Yeo, J., S., Yonezawa, Y., Huang, T., F., Hesselink, L., Harris Jr., J., S. 1997
  • Recent Advances in Digital Holographic Data Storage Hesselink, L. 1997
  • Visualization of 3-D Tensor Fields Hesselink, L. 1997
  • Phase-instabilities, scattering centers in oxide crystals addressed to high density holographic data storage systems Hesselink, L. 1997
  • Systematic study of the correlation between geometrical disturbances and flow asymmetries Levy, Y., Hesselink, L., Degani, D. AMER INST AERONAUT ASTRONAUT. 1996: 772-777
  • Homoepitaxial and heteroepitaxial growth of Sr0.61Ba0.39Nb2O6 thin films by pulsed laser deposition Yeo, J. S., YOUDEN, K. E., HUANG, T. F., Hesselink, L., Harris, J. S. MATERIALS RESEARCH SOC. 1996: 225-230
  • New Fluoroindate Glass Compositions Akella, A., Downing, E., A., Hesselink, L. 1996
  • Growth & Characterization of CsLiB6O10 Thin Films prepared by Pulsed Laser Deposition Yeo, J., S., Akella, A., Hesselink, L. 1996
  • Data Detection for Page-Access Optical Memories Gurkan, K., Heanue, J., F., Hesselink, L. 1996
  • A Wavelength-Multiplexed Holographic Data Storage System Lande, D., Heanue, J., F., Catrysse, P., Bashaw, M., C., Hesselink, L. 1996
  • The Topology of Three-Dimensional Symmetric Tensor Fields Lavin, Y., Levy, Y., Hesselink, L. 1996
  • A Systematic Study of the Correlation Between Geometrical Distrubances and Flow Asymmetries Levy, Y., Hesselink, L., Degani, D. 1996
  • Segregation and Inhomogeneities in Photorefractive SBN Fibers Erdei, S., Galambos, L., Tanaka, I., Hesselink, L., Ainger, F., W., Cross, L., E. 1996
  • A laser-diode driven, three-color, solid state 3-D display Hesselink, L. 1996
  • Materials for Digital Holographic Data Storage Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Holographic Storage & Retrieval of Digital Data Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Soliton-like propagation of the grating envelope during readout of photorefractive gratings Jeganathan, M., Bashaw, Matthew, C., Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Encrypted data storage based on orthogonal-phase-code multiplexing in volume holography Heanue, John, F., Bashaw, Matthew, C., Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Holographic Data Storage Systems and Photorefractive Materials Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Geometric- and mosaic-wavelength multiplexing for volume-holographic data storage Bashaw, M.C., Singer, R., C., Heanue, J., F., Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Epitaxial Multilayers of (Sr,Ba) Nb2O6 and Conducting Films on (001) MgO Substrates Tang, T., F., Youden, K., E., Schwyn, Thöny, S., Hesselink, L., Harris Jr., J., S. 1995
  • Materials for Digital Holographic Data Storage Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Volume Holographic Storage & Retrieval of Digital Data Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Optical Signal Processing & Holography Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Holographic Storage Materials & Systems Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Review of Systems Design Issues of Digital Holographic Memories Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Holographic Systems Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Geometric- and mosaic-wavelength multiplexing for volume holographic storage Singer, M., C., Bashaw, M., C., Heanue, J., F., Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Growth of multi-layers of (Sr, Ba) Nb206 and conducting films on (001) MgO substrates Huang, T., F., Schwyn-Thöny, S., Youden, Katharine, E., Hesselink, L., Harris Jr., J., S. 1995
  • Review of Systems Design Issues of Digital Holographic Memories, Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Volume holographic and retrieval of digital information Heanue, John, F., Bashaw, Matthew, C., Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Holographic Storage & Retrieval of Digital Data Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Critical Issues for Digital Volume Holographic Storage Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Volume Holographic Storage & Retrieval of Digital Data Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Transient current response of photorefractive quantum-well devices Smith, S. L., Hesselink, L., Partovi, A. 1995
  • Topology of Tensor Fields Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Digital Volume Holographic Data Storge Device Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Volume holographic storage and retrieval of digital information Heanue, J., F., Bashaw, M., C., Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Topology of Tensor Fields Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Visualizing Time-Varying Data Hesselink, L. 1995
  • Digital Volume Holographic Data Storage Devices Hesselink, L. 1995
  • RESEARCH ISSUES IN VECTOR AND TENSOR FIELD VISUALIZATION Hesselink, L., Post, F. H., VANWIJK, J. J. IEEE COMPUTER SOC. 1994: 76-79
  • Ultra precision machining: Quiet hydraulics and computer support research DeBra, D. B., Parkinson, B. W., Hesselink, L., Binford, T. O., Peirce, S., Frants, L., Huang, J. J., Kietzman, J., Velezmoro, M. SOC MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS. 1994: 313-314
  • Critical issues in volume holographic data storage Bashaw, M., C., Heanue, J., F., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • The Topology of Symmetric, Second-Order Tensor Fields Delmarcelle, T., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Materials for Holographic Data Storage Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Impacts of Materials Properties on Multiplex Holographic Data Storage Bashaw, M., C., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Electric field control of image-bearing volume holograms stored in photorefractive media Wilde, J., P., De Vré, R., Jeganathan, M., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Solid-State Three-Dimensioanl Volumetric Display Downing, E., A., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • A Solid-State Three-Dimensional Upconversion Display Downing, E., A., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Prolonged readout of photorefractive holograms by replay at a longer wavelength Aharoni, A., Jeganathan, M., Bashaw, M., C., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Photorefractive Material Requirements for Holographic Data Storage Bashaw, M., C., Heanue, J., F., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Two-tone approach for prolonged readout of multiplexed photorefractive holograms Aharoni, A., Bashaw, M., C., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • A digital holographic data storage system Hesselink, L., Heanue, J., F., Bashaw, M., C. 1994
  • Solid-state three-dimensional computer display Downing, E., A., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Storage of Digital Image and Video Data in a Photorefractive Based Holographic Data Storage System Heanue, J., F., Bashaw, M., C., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • High Resolution Time-Resolved Optical Absorption Tomography Daiber, A., J., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Digital N4 & N5 Free Space Optoelectronic ROM, Photonics for Processors, Neural Networks, and Memories II Guilfoyle, P., S., Hessenbruch, J., M., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • High Resolution, High Speed Optical Tomography Facility Daiber, A., J., Hesselink, L. 1994
  • Transport modeling of multiple quantum well photorefractive devices Smith, S., L., Hesselink, L. 1993
  • Dichromatic Color Representations for Complex Display Systems Peercy, Mark, S., Hesselink, L. 1993
  • Volumetric visualization techniques for fluid mechanics Hesselink, L., Ning, P., Delmarcelle, T. edited by Sideman, S., Hijikata, K. 1993
  • Combined effects of thermal fixing and beam coupling in photorefractive media Jeganathan, M., Hesselink, L. 1993
  • Volumetric visualization techniques for fluid mechanics Hesselink, L., Ning, P., Delmarcelle, T. 1993
  • Holographic Data Storage Systems Hesselink, L. 1993
  • Holographic data storage systems implemented with photorefractive materials Hesselink, L., Bashaw, M., C. 1993
  • QUANTITATIVE IMAGE-PROCESSING IN FLUID-MECHANICS Hesselink, L., Helman, J., Ning, P. ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC. 1992: 605-616
  • Octree Pruning for Variable-Resolution IIosurfaces Ning, P., Hesselink, L. 1992
  • Visualization Second Order Tensor Fields & Matrix Data Delmarcelle, T., Hesselink, L. 1992
  • Glucose sensor based on the LUQUEN principle. Hesselink, L. 1992
  • Quantitative Image Processing in Fluid Mechanics. Hesselink, L., Helman, J., L., Ning, P. 1991
  • Optical Signal Processing Hesselink, L. 1991
  • Quantitative Image Processing n Fluid Mechanics Hesselink, L., Helman, J., Ning, P. 1991
  • Analysis and Representation of Complex Structures in Separated Flows. Helman, J., Hesselink, L. 1991
  • Visualization Methods for Fluid Flow Datasets. Hesselink, L., Helman, J., L., Ning, P. 1991
  • Recent Advances in Holographic Data Storage in SBN. Hesselink, L., Wilde, J. 1991
  • Electro-Optic Effects and Domain Reversal in Sr0.61Ba0.39Nb2O6. Wilde, J., P., Hesselink, L. 1991
  • Photorefractive approaches to optical interconnects. Hesselink, L. 1990
  • Photorefractive waveguide grating switches for optical interconnects. Aronson, L., Hesselink, L. 1990
  • Recent developments in photorefractives for optical processing. Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Holographic measurement of velocity gradients in fluid flows sensitized with photochromic dyes. Agüí, J., Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Three-dimensional visualization of flow around a delta wing with leading edge blowing. Yoda, M., Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Implementation of dynamic Hopfield-like networks using photorefractive crystals. Wilde, J., Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Three-dimensional measurement, display and interpretation of fluid flow datasets. Yoda, M., Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Analysis and visualization of flow topology in numerical data sets. Helman, J., Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Distributed feedback oscillator using phase conjugation. Pender, J., Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Three dimensional display of scientific data. Hesselink, L., Agüí, J. 1989
  • Three-dimensional optical tomographic measurements of mixing fluids. Snyder, R., Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Automated analysis of fluid flow topology. Helman, J., Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Analysis of Fluid Flow Topology Helman, J., Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Analysis and visualization of flow topology in separated flows. Helman, J., Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Progress in materials and configurations for photorefractive optical storage. Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Vorticity measurements in photochromic fluids. Hesselink, L. 1989
  • Advance diagnostics for flow understanding and flow visualization. Hesselink, L. 1988
  • Data storage in photorefractives revisited. Redfield, S., Hesselink, L. 1988
  • Visualization and interpretation of three-dimensional scientific data sets. Hesselink, L., Helman, J., Wu, K. 1988
  • Direct holographical measurements of velocity gradients in boundary layers. Agüí, J., Hesselink, L. 1988
  • Two wavelength photorefractive dynamic optical interconnect. McRuer, R., Hesselink, L. 1988
  • Instantaneous three-dimensional optical tomography for flow visualization. Hesselink, L., Snyder, R. 1988
  • The control of vortical flows over a delta wing. Hesselink, L., Roberts, L., Kroo, I., Wood, N., J. 1987
  • Volume holography in flowing liquids. Agüí, J., Hesselink, L. 1987
  • Dynamic holographic interconnections using photorefractive crystals. Wilde, J., Hesselink, L. 1987
  • Evaluation of flow field topology from numerical data. Hesselink, L., Helman, J. 1987
  • Dynamic holographic interconnections using photorefractive crystals. Wilde, J., McRuer, R., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J., W. 1987
  • High speed optical tomographic data acquisition systems for combustion research. Hesselink, L. 1987
  • Holographical strain measurement in fluids. Agüí, J., Hesselink, L. 1987
  • Real time speckle velocimetry with recording in photorefractive crystals. Collicott, S., Hesselink, L. 1987
  • Photorefractive recording of speckle for real-time velocimetry and metrology. Collicott, S., Hesselink, L. 1987
  • Real-time defect enhancement using inversion properties of photorefractive BSO. Proc. SPIE, Vol. 613-33, p. 194 (7 pages), Los Angeles, CA Goodman, J. W. 1986
  • Optical interconnects with reflection holographic optical elements. Invited paper, Topical Meeting on Holography, Optical Society of America (OSA), 4 pages, Honolulu, HI 1986
  • Three-dimensional reconstruction of fluid flow visualization images. Proc. 4th Intl. Meeting on Flow Visualization, 5 pages, Paris, France 1986
  • Electrogyratory and electro-optic coupling in BSO and BGO. Proc. SPIE, Vol. 613, p. 178 (9 pages), Los Angeles, CA 1986
  • Quantitative three-dimensional flow visualization. Proc. Third Intl.. Symp. Flow Vis., pp. 295—300, Ann Arbor, MI: Hemisphere Publishing Corp. 1983
  • Three-dimensional tomographic reconstruction of the flow around a revolving helicopter rotorblade; a numerical simulation. Proc. Third Intl.. Symp. Flow Vis., pp. 213—220, Ann Arbor, MI: Hemisphere Publishing Corp. 1983
  • Multiple exposure holographic display of C.T. medical data. Proc. Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), Vol. 367, pp. 149—154, San Diego, CA Johnson, K. M., Goodman, J. W. 1982
  • Propagation of shock waves through non-uniform and random media. Proceedings 13th International Symposium on Shock Tubes and Waves, 5 pages, Niagara Falls, NY: State University of New York Press White, B. S. 1981
  • Propagation of shock waves in random media. Proceedings 12th International Symposium on Shock Tubes and Waves, Jerusalem, Israel: The Magnes Press, pp. 359—365 Sturtevant, B., Hesselink, L., Haas, J. F. 1979
  • Laser propagation through a turbulent gaseous medium. Meteorological Optics Meeting, 8 pages, Keystone, Colorado Hesselink, L., George, N. 1978
  • An experimental investigation of the propagation of weak shock waves in a random medium. 11th International Symposium on Shock Tubes and Waves, Seattle, WA, pp. 82—90 Hesselink, L. 1977

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