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Mr. George Seward

Principal Engineer
L-A-Omega Inc
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SPIE Involvement: Senior status | Instructor | Author

Area of Expertise: Lens design, Assembly tolerances, Opto-mechanical design, Alignment proceedures, Optical materials, Human vision
Profile Summary
George Seward is a consultant in optical design. His instruments are known for easy assembly and consistent performance. Optical prescriptions are developed in Zemax. Fixtures are designed in solidworks. Fabrication is specified at vendors with proven track records. He is a graduate of Tufts University and a Howard Hughes Fellow.
Publications  
Optical Design of Microscopes  (Press Author)
Published: 30 Apr 2010
Two-dimensional space-angle product of a Gaussian beam (Journal Paper)
Two-dimensional space-angle product of a Gaussian beam  (Journal Paper)
Authors: George Seward
Published: 01 Sep 2001
Measurement and characterization of angular reflectance for cube-corners and microspheres (Journal Paper)
Measurement and characterization of angular reflectance for cube-corners and microspheres  (Journal Paper)
Authors: George Seward, Pamela Cort
Published: 01 Jan 1999
Image contrast of subpixel objects (Journal Paper)
Image contrast of subpixel objects  (Journal Paper)
Authors: George Seward
Published: 01 Feb 1998
Rapid alignment of laser beams within optical systems (Journal Paper)
Rapid alignment of laser beams within optical systems  (Journal Paper)
Authors: George Seward, John Leszcynski, Edward Mulhern
Published: 01 May 1997
Course Instructor  
SC1051: Fundamentals of Microscope Design
This course will cover the optical engineering principles necessary to understand the working principles of microscopes and to develop a design suited ...

Level: Introductory
Available In-Company
SC865: Microscope Design
This course will cover the optical engineering principles necessary to understand the working principles of microscopes and to develop a design suited ...

Level: Advanced
Available In-Company
SC253: Pixel Based Radiometry for Practical Application to Optical Systems
This course provides the student with fundamental knowledge required for modeling the image contrast of an optical system. Expressions are developed for ...

Level: Intermediate
Available In-Company

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