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Top Notch Research: January 2008 Edition

Most frequently downloaded SPIE papers and articles.

The SPIE Digital Library and the SPIE Newsroom are two great sources for photonics research. Using the most recent data available (1 December through 31 December), here is a selection of the most read articles on the Newsroom.

SPIE Newsroom December 2007

1. "Hyperspectral imaging at the speed of light," by  Andrew Bodkin

2. "Making smart materials using electroactive polymers and carbon nanotubes," by Wolfgang Maser, M. Teresa Martinez, and Ana M. Benito

3. "Printing highly efficient organic solar cells," by Stelios Choulis, Claudia Hoth, Pavel Schilinsky, Jens Hauch, Christoph Waldauf, Gilles Dennler, Christoph Brabec, Markus Scharber, Dave Waller, and Eitan Zeira

4. "A new method for visualizing red blood cell content in the microcirculation," by Martin J. Leahy, Jim O'Doherty, Gert E. Nilsson, Joakim Henricson, Chris Anderson, and Folke Sjöberg

5. "Comparing collaborative interaction in different virtual environments," by Qonita Shahab, Yong-Moo Kwon, Heedong Ko, Maria Mayangsari, Shoko Yamasaki, and Hiroaki Nishino

6. "Large-depth 3D integral imaging system using an active sensor," by Dong-Hak Shin 

7. "Titania photovoltaic cell performance," by Cho Tung Yip, Kai Yin Cheung, Aleksandra Djurišic and Wai Kin Chan 

8. "SPECCHIO: a system for storing and sharing spectroradiometer data," by Andreas Hüni and Mathias Kneubühler

9. "Raman scattering spectroscopy for explosives identification," by Lev Nagli and Michael Gaft 

10. "New paradigm resolves old paradox of faster-than-light tunneling," by Herbert Winful