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University of Colorado at Boulder

 

 

 LIQUID CRYSTAL SPATIAL LIGHT MODULATOR TECHNOLOGY (EARLIER LAB WORK)

Lab Publications

v  Spatial light modulators: processing light in real time." Pierre R. Barbier, and Garret Moddel. "Optics and Photonics News 8.3 (1997): 16-21.

v  "Degradation of liquid crystal device performance due to selective adsorption of ions," S. H. Perlmutter, D. Doroski, and G. Moddel, Appl. Phys. Lett., 69, 1182-1184 (1996).

v  "Resolution limits from charge transport in optically addressed spatial light modulators," L. Wang, and G. Moddel, J. Appl. Physics, 78, 6923-6935 (1995).

v  "Fringe visibility improvement using an asynchronous image-subtracting optically addressed spatial light modulator," J. P. Sharpe, P. R. Barbier, G. Moddel, and K. M. Johnson, Appl. Optics, 34, 4013-4021 (1995).

v "Design of an optically addressed spatial light modulator sensitive to 1.55-µm write light," L. Wang and G. Moddel, Spatial Light Modulators and Applications, March 14-17, 1995, Salt Lake City, Utah, Technical Digest Series, Vol. 9 (OSA, Washington, DC, 1995), pp. 89-92.

v "Ferroelectric liquid crystal spatial light modulators," G. Moddel, Chap. 6 in Spatial Light Modulator Technology: Materials, Devices, and Applications, U. Efron, editor, (Marcel Dekker, New York, 1995) pp. 287-359.

v  "Effects of charge spreading on resolution of optically addressed spatial light modulators," L. Wang, and G. Moddel, Optics Lett., 19, 2033-2035 (1994).

v  "Soliton switching in ferroelectric liquid crystals and their transient electro-optic response," I. Abdulhalim, G. Moddel, and N. Clark, J. Appl. Phys., 76, 820-831 (1994).

v  "Thin-film photosensor design for liquid crystal spatial light modulators," P.R. Barbier, L. Wang, and G. Moddel, Opt. Engr., 33, 1322-1329 (1994).

v  "Alignment layers for improved surface-stabilized ferroelectric liquid-crystal devices," D. Doroski, S. H. Perlmutter, and G. Moddel, Appl. Optics, 33, 2608-2610 (1994).

v  "High-reflectivity patterned metal mirror used in an optically addressed spatial light modulator," Q.h. Wu, S.H. Perlmutter, R.A. Rice, and G. Moddel, Opt. Engr., 33, 946-950 (1994).

v  "Analysis of ions in ferroelectric liquid crystals from hysteresis curves," S. Perlmutter, D. Doroski, and G. Moddel, Ferroelectrics, 149, 319-331 (1993).

v  "An asynchronous image subtracting optically addressed spatial light modulator," P.R. Barbier and G. Moddel, Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1993, Vol. 297 (Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, 1993) pp. 993-998.

v  "Integrating mode for an optically addressed spatial light modulator," A.M. Gabor, B. Landreth, and G. Moddel, Appl. Optics, 32, 3064-3067 (1993).

v  "Dynamic thresholding with the three-terminal optically addressed spatial light modulator," R.A. Rice, P.J. Close, and G. Moddel, Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1992, (Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, 1992), pp. 1087-1092.

v  “Hydrogenated amorphous silicon photodiodes for optical addressing of spatial light modulators,” P.B. Barbier, and G. Moddel, Appl. Optics, 31, 3898-3907 (1992).

v  “Grey-scale response from optically addressed spatial light modulators incorporating surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystals,” B. Landreth, and G. Moddel, Appl. Optics, 31, 3937-3944 (1992).

v  “Director-polarization reorientation via solitary waves in ferroelectric liquid crystals,” I. Abdulhalim, G. Moddel, and N.A. Clark, Appl. Phys. Lett., 60, 551-553 (1992).

v  “Transient recovery of a-Si:H p-i-n photodiodes,” P. Barbier, and G. Moddel,  J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 137 & 138, 1301-1304 (1991).

v  “Photovoltaic optically addressed spatial light modulator,” C.C. Mao, B. Landreth, K.M. Johnson, and G. Moddel, Ferroelectrics, 122, 455-466 (1991).

v  “Response time of a-Si:H photodiodes for optically addressed spatial light modulators,” G. Moddel, and P.B. Barbier, Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1991, Vol. 219 (Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, 1991) pp. 155-165.

v  “Operating characteristics of an optically addressed spatial light modulator incorporating distorted helix ferroelectric liquid crystal,” B. Landreth, C.C. Mao, and G. Moddel, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., 30, 1400-1404 (1991).

v  “Electrically and optically controlled light modulation and color switching using helix distortion of ferroelectric liquid crystals,” I. Abdulhalim, and G. Moddel, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., 200, 79-101 (1991).

v  “Switching behavior and electro-optic response due to the soft mode ferroelectric effect in chiral smectic A liquid crystals,” I. Abdulhalim, and G. Moddel, Liq. Cryst., 9, 493-518 (1991).

v  “Optical phase conjugation using optically addressed chiral smectic liquid crystal spatial light modulators,” C.C. Mao, K.M. Johnson, and G. Moddel, Ferroelectrics, 114, 45-53 (1991).

v  “Amorphous silicon for optically addressed spatial light modulators,” G. Moddel, Ch. 11 in Amorphous and Microcrystalline Semiconductor Devices: Optoelectronic Devices, J. Kanicki, editor, (Artech House, Norwood MA, 1991) pp. 369-412

v  “High-speed, low-power optical phase conjugation using a hybrid amorphous silicon/ferroelectric-liquid-crystal device,” K.M. Johnson, C.C. Mao, G. Moddel, M.A. Handschy, and K. Arnett, Optics Lett., 15, 1114-1116 (1990).

v  “Compensating for light soaking effects in optically addressed spatial light modulators incorporating a-Si:H photodiodes,” C.M. Walker, B. Landreth, and G. Moddel, Amorphous Silicon Technology, Vol. 192, (Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, 1990) pp. 467-472.

v  “Joint transform correlator using an amorphous silicon ferroelectric liquid crystal spatial light modulator,” D.A. Jared, K.M. Johnson, and G. Moddel, Optics Commun., 76, 97-102 (1990).

v  "Optically addressed electroclinic liquid crystal spatial light modulator with an a-Si:H photodiode," I. Abdulhalim, G. Moddel, K.M. Johnson, and C.M. Walker, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 115, 162-164 (1989).

v  "A three-terminal spatial light modulator optically addressed by an a-Si:H photosensor," R.A. Rice, G. Moddel, I. Abdulhalim, and C.M. Walker, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 115, 96-98 (1989).

v  "High-speed analog spatial light modulator using an a-Si:H photosensor and an electroclinic liquid crystal," I. Abdulhalim, G. Moddel, and K.M. Johnson, Appl. Phys. Lett. 55, 1603-1605 (1989).

v  "High speed binary optically addressed spatial light modulators," G. Moddel, K.M. Johnson, W. Li, R. A. Rice L.A. Pagano-Stauffer, and M.A. Handschy, Appl. Phys. Lett. 55, 537-539 (1989).

v  "Motivations for using ferroelectric liquid crystal spatial light modulators in neurocomputing," K.M. Johnson and G. Moddel, Appl. Opt., 28, 4888-4899 (1989).

v  "Hydrogenated amorphous-silicon photosensor for optically addressed high-speed spatial light modulators," W. Li, R.A. Rice, G. Moddel, L.A. Pagano-Stauffer, and M.A. Handschy, IEEE Trans. Electron Devices 36, 2959-2964 (1989).

v  "Optical addressing of high-speed spatial light modulators with a-Si:H," G. Moddel, C.T. Kuo, K.M. Johnson and W. Li, Amorphous Silicon Technology, Vol. 118 (Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, 1988) pp. 405-410.

v  "Electro-optic applications of ferroelectric liquid crystals to optical computing," M.A. Handschy, K.M. Johnson, G. Moddel and L.A. Pagano-Stauffer, Ferroelectrics 85, 279-289 (1988).

 

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