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Optical Engineering Special Section Calls for Papers

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Calls for Papers:

Complex Light

Structural Health Monitoring: Use of Guided Waves and/or Nonlinear Acoustic Techniques

Microwave Photonics: Deep Interactions between Microwaves and Lightwaves

Freeform Optics

November 2015

Complex Light

Guest Editors:

David L. Andrews
University of East Anglia
School of Chemical Sciences
Norwich, NR4 7TJ United Kingdom
E-mail: D.L.Andrews@uea.ac.uk

Enrique J. Galvez
Colgate University
Physics and Astronomy Department
13 Oak Drive
Hamilton, New York 13346-1379
E-mail: egalvez@colgate.edu

Jesper Glückstad
Technical University of Denmark
DTU Fotonik, Department of Photonics Engineering
Ørsteds Plads 343
DK-2800 Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
E-mail: jesper.gluckstad@fotonik.dtu.dk

Call for Papers: For this special section of Optical Engineering, the guest editors are pleased to invite contributed papers from participants at the 2015 Photonics West conference on Complex Light and Optical Forces. Submissions are also welcome from other researchers in the field.

The subject of light with complex structured wavefronts, polarization profiles, and phase landscapes has become a focus of growth in modern optics. Now that it is possible to produce beams of essentially nondiffractive character, or others conveying widely ranging quantities of orbital angular momentum, with embedded singularities, there is wide anticipation of applications emerging in wide-ranging fields. This has led to a proliferation of methods and devices for producing structured light, and techniques for downstream deployment or interrogation of the beam structure.

Fundamental topics in the field include classical and quantum aspects of the spin and orbital angular momentum of light; optical beams with structured wavefronts and polarization distributions; high-order modes and their generation methods; optical waves with singularities and exotic distributions of phase and polarization; monochromatic and polychromatic vortices; vortex loops and knots; novel propagation dynamics; and the interactions of complex light with rotating optical elements and in laser cavities. These are aspects that may link directly to quantum information and optical communications applications.

Complex light fields also offer unprecedented control for probing and exerting forces on matter at the microscale and nanoscale level. Suitably tailored light can organize, rotate, bind, channel, or sort microscale or nanoscale particles. To such ends there is interest in methods of generating beams with vortices, singularities, and other kinds of phase structure, such as hollow beams, tailor-made three-dimensional optical traps, sheets of light, curved focus beams, and evanescent waves. The optical elements associated with the production and detection of such beam structures themselves also prove to have significant imaging applications.

Papers are invited on all such topics, with the compilation for this special section representing a landmark in the ongoing development of the subject.

SPIE publication policy permits manuscripts based partly or entirely on scientific content previously reported in SPIE proceedings to be submitted to this special section. In most cases, it is anticipated that the journal submission will represent a substantively expanded, refined, or otherwise revised manuscript to fully satisfy the journal's standards of significance, originality, and presentation quality, which will be assessed by a formal peer review process.

Closed for submissions.


January 2016

Structural Health Monitoring: Use of Guided Waves and/or Nonlinear Acoustic Techniques

Guest Editors:

Tribikram Kundu
University of Arizona
Department of Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics
Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department
Tucson, Arizona 85721, USA
E-mail: tkundu@email.arizona.edu

Francesco Lanza di Scalea
University of California, San Diego
Irwin & Joan Jacobs School of Engineering
Department of Structural Engineering
9500 Gilman Drive, Mail Code 0085
La Jolla, California 92093-0085, USA
E-mail: flanzadiscalea@ucsd.edu

Hoon Sohn
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-Gu, Daejeon 305-701
Republic of Korea
E-mail: hoonsohn@kaist.ac.kr

Call for papers: In recent years the use of linear guided waves and nonlinear acoustic techniques has increased significantly for health monitoring of aerospace, civil, mechanical, microdevice, biomedical, mining, and marine structures. Guided waves are being used for defect detection, localization, and quantification in plates, pipes, biomedical implants, bridges, airplanes, and wind turbines. For detecting very small cracks or microcracks and monitoring material state before the macrocrack formation, nonlinear acoustic techniques such as higher harmonic, subharmonic, acousto-ultrasonic, nonlinear impact resonant acoustic spectroscopy, nonlinear wave mixing, wave modulation, and side-band counts have been developed for quantifying precursors to damage states. Papers related to this research area are being presented in various conferences and published in several journals.

The purpose of this special section is to present an overview of the current state of the art in structural health monitoring using guided waves and/or nonlinear acoustic techniques, as well as detailed analysis on promising new approaches.

Submitted papers should fall under these two categories:

  • Use of guided waves for health monitoring of any type of structure
  • Use of nonlinear acoustic techniques for health monitoring of any structure.

Closed for submissions.


March 2016

Microwave Photonics: Deep Interactions between Microwaves and Lightwaves

Guest Editors:

Xihua Zou
Southwest Jiaotong University
School of Information Science and Technology
Center for Information Photonics and Communications
Chengdu 610031, China
University of Duisburg-Essen
Institute for Optoelectronics
Duisburg 47057, Germany
E-mail: zouxihua@swjtu.edu.cn

Attila Szep
Air Force Research Laboratory
2241 Avionics Circle
Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio 45433, United States
E-mail: szepata@yahoo.com

Chao Wang
University of Kent
School of Engineering and Digital Arts
Canterbury, CT2 7NT, United Kingdom
E-mail: c.wang@kent.ac.uk

Call for Papers: In recent years, microwave photonics (MWP) has moved forward at an unprecedented pace, concentrating on deep interactions between electronics and photonics for the generation, distribution, processing, control, and sensing of microwave, millimeter wave, and terahertz signals. In addition to the growing interest from academic investigations and laboratory trials, MWP has increasingly evolved as an enabling technology for diverse field and engineering applications, such as low-noise signal sources, large-capacity communications, and military systems.

This forthcoming special section in Optical Engineering is intended to highlight the latest advances in the field of MWP, ranging from concepts, theories, and approaches, to devices, systems, applications, and engineering implementations.

We are now soliciting papers for the special section, and feasible topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Photonic generation of microwave, millimeter-wave, and terahertz waves
  • Photonic distribution of microwave signals and time bases
  • Photonic processing of microwave signals (filtering, mixing, analog-to-digital converters, etc.)
  • Photonic control of microwave, millimeter-wave, and terahertz waves
  • Photonic probing and sensing of microwave signals
  • Passive and active components/devices for microwave photonics
  • Integrated circuits, chips, and packaging techniques for microwave photonics
  • Photonic solutions for beam forming and antennas
  • Radio-over-fiber and fiber-wireless communications
  • Innovative applications of microwave photonics.

Manuscripts due 1 August 2015.


July 2016

Freeform Optics

Guest Editors:

Oliver Fähnle
Rorschacher Strasse 268
9016 St. Gallen, Switzerland
E-mail: Oliver.Faehnle@fisba.com

Ray Williamson
Ray Williamson Consulting
New Port Richey, Florida 34653 United States
E-mail: raywilliamson@verizon.net

Dae Wook Kim
University of Arizona
College of Optical Sciences
1630 East University Boulevard
Tucson, Arizona 85721 United States
E-mail: optjcs@gmail.com

Call for Papers: Optical design and production has almost exclusively concentrated on surfaces of revolution, or surfaces with circular cross sections, while the packaging and performance requirements of optical systems may not be so symmetrical. Imaging through a window conformal to an airfoil, or optimal illumination of an area from prescribed locations, are examples. System performance requirements, design techniques, geometrical descriptions and notation, fabrication methods, and metrology are all reaching a tipping point allowing for realization of actual freeform solutions in greater numbers. And yet while at a tipping point, none of these areas are mature and differing approaches compete.

This special section will concentrate on the various interlocking considerations for freeform optics, focusing on glass optics and molds for pressing glass. We are soliciting contributions in the following areas, and others as appropriate:


  • Imaging
  • Illumination


  • Methods for description and optimization
  • Optical design software survey
  • Novel application solutions


  • Surface form descriptions - NURBS, point cloud, polynomials
  • Alignment and datum systems
  • Tolerancing

Fabrication methods:

  • Active/conformable tools
  • (Fluid Jet Polishing (FJP)
  • Magnetorheological Finishing (MRF)
  • Ion Beam Figuring (IBF)
  • Bonnet polishing
  • Single Point Diamond Turning (SPDT)
  • Molding


  • Slope/curvature measurements
  • Mid-spatial frequency metrology
  • Alignment
  • Profilometry
  • Deflectometry
  • Wavefront sensing
  • Interferometric methods including stitching and Computer Generated Hologram (CGH).

Submissions due 1 November 2015.


Published Special Sections:

Digital Photoelasticity: Advancements and Applications (August 2015)
Guest Editor: Krishnamurthi Ramesh

Computational Approaches to Imaging LADAR (March 2015)
Guest Editors: David Rabb and Joseph Marron

Fiber Lasers and Applications (January 2015)
Guest Editors: Zeev Zalevsky, Abraham Katzir, and Yoav Sintov

Optical Frequency Combs (December 2014)
Guest Editors: Vladimir Ilchenko and Zhaohui Li

Laser Damage II (December 2014)
Guest Editors: Vitaly Gruzdev and Michelle D. Shinn

Advances of Precision Optical Measurements and Instrumentation for Geometrical and Mechanical Quantities (December 2014)
Guest Editors: Lian Dong Yu, Ben Yong Chen, and Lianxiang Yang

Practical Holography: New Procedures, Materials, and Applications (November 2014)
Guest Editors: A.R. Ganesan and Pietro Ferraro

High-Speed 3-D Optical Metrology and Applications (November 2014)
Guest Editors: Song Zhang, Rongguang Liang, and Lianxiang Yang

Slow and Fast Light (October 2014)
Guest Editors: Selim Shahriar and Jacob Scheuer

Machine Vision: Processing, Components, and Systems (October 2014)
Guest Editors: Richard Kleihorst and Hideo Saito

Optical Fabrication, Testing, and Metrology (September 2014)
Guest Editors: Daniel Malacara-Hernández, Joanna Schmit, and Sven Schröder

Single-Photon Detection, Generation, and Applications (August 2014)
Guest Editors: Alex McIntosh and Mark Itzler

Glass Photonics for Integrated Optics (July 2014)
Guest Editors: Maurizio Ferrari and Stefano Taccheo

Human Vision (June 2014)
Guest Editors: Eli Peli, Joyce Farrell, Stephen Burns, and Susana Marcos

Laser Sensing and Imaging (June 2014)
Guest Editors: Chunqing Gao and Dingyuan Tang

Ocean Optics (May 2014)
Guest Editor: Weilin Hou

Ultrashort Pulsed Laser and Applications Engineering (May 2014)
Guest Editors: Marcos Dantus and Gerald C. Manke II

Terahertz Physics and Applications (March 2014)
Guest Editors: Mehdi Anwar, Joseph S. Melinger, Ekmel Ozbay, and Masayoshi Tonouchi

Freeform Optics (March 2014)
Guest Editors: Groot Gregory, Craig Olson, and Florian Fournier

Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Explosive Sensing (February 2014)
Guest Editor: Augustus W. Fountain III

Optical and Hybrid Imaging and Processing for Big Data Problems (January 2014)
Guest Editors: Khan M. Iftekharuddin, Abdul A. S. Awwal, S. Susan Young, and Ghaleb M. Abdulla

Gradient-Index Optics (November 2013)
Guest Editors: Predrag Milojkovic, Stefanie Tompkins, and Ravindra Athale

High Dynamic Range Imaging (October 2013)
Guest Editors: Touradj Ebrahimi and Andrew G. Tescher

Speckle Metrology (October 2013)
Guest Editors: Ángel F. Doval, Cristina Trillo, and José Carlos López Vázquez

Space Telescopes II (September 2013)
Guest Editors: Jim Oschmann, Mark Clampin, and Howard MacEwen

Diffractive Optics and Nanophotonics (September 2013)
Guest Editor: Chunlei Du

Ground-Based/Airborne Telescopes and Instrumentation (August 2013)
Guest Editor: Helen Hall

Aero-Optics and Adaptive Optics for Aero-Optics (July 2013)
Guest Editor: Eric J. Jumper

Video Compression Technology (July 2013)
Guest Editors: Ofer Hadar and Dan Grois

Infrared Systems (June 2013)
Guest Editors: Michael Eismann and Phil Perconti

Optical Materials (May 2013)
Guest Editor: Ishwar D. Aggarwal

Target Search and Detection Modeling (April 2013)
Guest Editors: Piet Bijl, Tana Maurer, David Wilson

High-Energy Laser Systems and Components (February 2013)
Guest Editor: John R. Albertine

Laser Damage (December 2012)
Guest Editors: Vitaly E. Gruzdev and Michelle D. Shinn

Hyperspectral Imaging Systems (November 2012)
Guest Editors: John N. Lee and Christoher G. Simi

Imaging Through the Atmosphere (October 2012)
Guest Editor: Giesele Bennett

Terahertz and Millimeter Wave Imaging (September 2012)
Guest Editors: Eddie Jacobs, Roger Appleby, and Dennis Prather

Precision Optical Measurements and Instrumentation for Geometrical and Mechanical Quantities (August 2012)
Guest Editors: Kuang-Chao Fan, Rong-Sheng Lu, and Lian-Xiang Yang

Computational Imaging (July 2012)
Guest Editors: David J. Brady and Robert Gibbons

Active Imaging: Concepts, Components, and Application (June 2012)
Guest Editor: Edward A. Watson

Free-Space Laser Communications (March 2012)
Guest Editor: Hamid Hemmati

3-D and 4-D Imaging Techniques and Applications (February 2012)
Guest Editors: G. Charmaine Gilbreath and Lenny Lipton

Space Telescopes (January 2012)
Guest Editors: Mark Clampin and Kathryn A. Flanagan

Optical Design (November 2011)
Guest Editors: G. Groot Gregory and Bryan Stone

Fiber Lasers (September 2011)
Guest Editor: Dahv Kliner

Advances of Optical Metrology in the Transportation Industry (October 2011)
Guest Editors: Lianxiang Yang and Andreas Ettemeyer

Digital Holography and Holographic Displays (September 2011)
Guest Editor: Hans I. Bjelkhagen

Liquid Crystals for Photonics (August 2011)
Guest Editor: Ignacio Moreno

Integrated Optics (July 2011)
Guest Editor: Giancarlo C. Righini

Infrared Detectors (June 2011)
Guest Editors: Paul Norton and Mel Kruer

Quantum and Interband Cascade Lasers (November 2010)
Guest Editors: Jerry Meyer and Igor Vurgaftman

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Laser (September 2010)
Guest Editors: Gregory J. Quarles and Yehoshua Kalisky

Optics and Photonics for Homeland Security (October 2004)
Guest Editor: Bahram Javidi

Trends in Pattern Recognition Algorithms, Architectures, and Devices (August 2004)
Guest Editors: Mohamad S. Alam and Mohammad A. Karim

Polarization (May 2002)
Guest Editors: Dennis Goldstein, J. Scott Tyo, and David Chenault

Advances in Pattern Recognition, Techniques, Devices, and Algorithms (January 2002)
Guest Editors: Mohamad S. Alam and Mohammad A. Karim

Optical Computing Systems, Materials, and Devices (November 2001)
Guest Editors: Abdul A. S. Awwal and Khan M. Iftekharuddin

Active and Passive Components for Optical Networks (July 2001)
Guest Editors: Suning Tang and Yao Li

Distance and Displacement Measurements by Laser Technique (January 2001)
Guest Editors: Thierry Bosch and Silvano Donati

Pushing the Envelope in Optical Design Software (July 2000)
Guest Editor: Mary G. Turner

Target Recognition Techniques (May 2000)
Guest Editors: Mohammad S. Alam and Mohammad A. Karim

Information Optics Using Polymeric Materials (March 2000)
Guest Editor: Yao Li

Optical Methods for Shape Measurement (January 2000)
Guest Editors: Gordon M. Brown and Frank Chen

Solid State Lasers (November 1999)
Guest Editor: Richard Scheps

Acousto-optic Devices and Optical Information Processing: Research and Developments (July 1999)
Guest Editors: Partha P. Banerjee and Ting-Chung

Sampled Imaging Systems (May 1999)
Guest Editors: Ronald G. Driggers, Carl E. Halford, and Richard Vollmerhausen

Computer Arithmetic for Optical Computing (March 1999)
Guest Editors: Abdul Ahad S. Awwal and Khan M. Iftekharuddin

Optical Security (January 1999)
Guest Editors: Joseph L. Horner and Bahram Javidi

Optical Data Communication (December 1998)
Guest Editor: Casimer DeCusatis

High-Speed Photography (August 1998)
Guest Editors: Dennis L. Paisley and Mikhail Ya Schelev

Advances in Target Acquisition Modeling (July 1998)
Guest Editors: Thomas J. Meitzler, Grant R. Gerhart, and Harpreet Singh

Laser Metrology Developments and Applications in the Automotive Industry (May 1998)
Guest Editors: Fang Chen and Christopher T. Griffen

Integrated Optics (April 1998)
Guest Editor: S. Iraj Najafi

Advances in Recognition Techniques, Part 2 (March 1998)
Guest Editors: Mohammad S. Alam and Mohammad A. Karim

Sensor Fusion 1998: A Case for Intelligent Fusion (February 1998)
Guest Editor: Belur V. Dasarathy

Advances in Recognition Techniques, Part 1 (January 1998)
Guest Editors: Mohammad S. Alam and Mohammad A. Karim

Correlation Pattern Recognition (October 1997)
Guest Editor: Abhijit Mahalanobis

Smart Structures (July 1997)
Guest Editor: William B. Spillman

Optical Materials for Optical Systems (June 1997)
Guest Editor: Tadeusz Kryszczynski

Micro-Opto-Electro-Mechanical Systems (May 1997)
Guest Editor: M. Edward Motamedi

Sensor Fusion 1997 (March 1997)
Guest Editor: Belur V. Dasarathy

Photoacoustic and Photothermal Science and Engineering (February 1997)
Guest Editors: Andreas Mandelis and Kirk H. Michaelian

Optical Security (September 1996)
Guest Editors: Joseph L. Horner and Bahram Javidi

Applications of Neural Networks in Optics (August 1996)
Guest Editors: Suganda Jutamulia, Francis T. S. Yu, and Toshimitsu Asakura

Electronic Holography (June 1996)
Guest Editor: Chung J. Kuo

Optical Science and Engineering in Romania (May 1996)
Guest Editors: Ion M. Popescu, Dan C. Dumitras, and Niculae N. Puscas

Sensor Fusion 1996 (March 1996)
Guest Editor: Belur V. Dasarathy

Optical Science and Engineering in Argentina (January 1996)
Guest Editor: Guillermo H. Kaufmann

Optics in Polymer Science and Technology (December 1995)
Guest Editors: Maksymilian Pluta and Andrzej Wasiak

Optical Remote Sensing and Image Processing (November 1995)
Guest Editors: Mohammad A. Karim and Bradley D. Duncan

Optical Science and Engineering in Finland (September 1995)
Guest Editor: Seppo Honkanen

Optics in Switzerland, Part 3: Industries and Observatories (September 1995)
Guest Editor: Pramod K. Rastogi

Photorefractive Nonlinear Optics (August 1995)
Guest Editor: Partha P. Banerjee

Optics in Switzerland, Part 2: Universities and Research Institutes (August 1995)
Guest Editor: Pramod K. Rastogi

Optics in Switzerland, Part 1: Federal Institutes of Technology (July 1995)
Guest Editor: Pramod K. Rastogi

Polarization Analysis and Measurement (June 1995)
Guest Editors: Dennis H. Goldstein, David B. Chenault, and Russell A. Chipman

Optics in the Ukraine (April 1995)
Guest Editor: Oleg V. Angelsky

Optical Engineering in Ophthalmology (March 1995)
Guest Editors: Suganda Jutamulia and Toshimitsu Asakura

High Heat Flux Optical Engineering (February 1995)
Guest Editor: Ali M. Khounsary

Optics in Ireland (December 1994)
Guest Editors: John Hegarty, Noel Mitchell, and Conleth D. Hussey

Micro-Optics (November 1994)
Guest Editor: Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri

Optics in Russia: Selected Topics (October 1994)
Guest Editor: Vladislav Y. Panchenko

Digital Image Recovery and Synthesis (October 1994)
Guest Editor: Paul S. Idell

Optics in South Africa (September 1994)
Guest Editors: Johannes I. Markusse and Maurice W. McDowell

Adaptive Wavelet Transforms (July 1994)
Guest Editor: Harold H. Szu

Optical Pattern Recognition (June 1994)
Guest Editors: Joseph L. Horner and Bahram Javidi

Optical Science and Engineering in India (June 1994)
Guest Editor: Rajpal S. Sirohi

Semiconductor Infrared Detectors (May 1994)
Guest Editor: Antoni Rogalski

Optical Interconnects and Packaging (May 1994)
Guest Editor: Sing H. Lee

Infrared Technology-Part 2 (March 1994)
Guest Editor: Marija Strojnik

Magnetospheric Imagery and Atmospheric Remote Sensing-Part 2 (February 1994)
Guest Editor: Supriya Chakrabarti

Infrared Technology-Part 1 (January 1994)
Guest Editor: Marija Strojnik

Magnetospheric Imagery and Atmospheric Remote Sensing-Part 1 (December 1993)
Guest Editor: Supriya Chakrabarti

Phase Contrast Microscopy (December 1993)
Guest Editor: Maksymilian Pluta

Acquisition, Pointing, and Tracking (November 1993)
Guest Editor: Mohammad A. Karim

Optical Engineering in Hungary (October 1993)
Guest Editors: Tivadar Lippenyi and Zoltan Fuezessy

Microlithography (October 1993)
Guest Editor: James R. Sheats

Optical Science and Engineering in Canada (September 1993)
Guest Editor: Chander P. Grover

A Tribute to Rudolf Kingslake (August 1993)
Guest Editor: Arthur Cox

Visual Communications and Image Processing IV (July 1993)
Guest Editors: Cheng-Tie Chen, Hsueh-Ming Hang, and Kou-Hu Tzou

From Numerical to Symbolic Image Processing: Systems and Applications (June 1993)
Guest Editor: Gianni L. Vernazza

Emerging Optoelectronic Technologies (April 1993)
Guest Editors: Vijai K. Tripathi, Govind P. Agrawal, and Ananth Selvarajan

Optical Research in Asia (January 1993)
Guest Editors: Chung Jung Kuo, Toshimitsu Asakura, Yong-Hee Lee, and Runwen Wang

Automatic Target Recognition (December 1992)
Guest Editor: Firooz A. Sadjadi

Acousto-Optics (October 1992)
Guest Editor: Ting-Chung Poon

Wavelet Transforms (September 1992)
Guest Editors: Harold H. Szu and H. John Caulfield

Optical Engineering in U.K. Industry (August 1992)
Guest Editors: Lionel R. Baker and Richard J. Parker

Biomedical Optics (July 1992)
Guest Editor: Abraham Katzir

Adaptive Signal Processing (June 1992)
Guest Editor: Simon Haykin

Optical Information Processing (May 1992)
Guest Editor: Bahram Javidi

Modern Optics and Information Processing (April 1992)
Guest Editor: Mikhail M. Miroshnikov

Optics in Poland (March 1992)
Guest Editor: Romulad Jozwicki

Optical Fiber Sensor Based Smart Materials and Structures (January 1992)
Guest Editor: Richard O. Claus

Infrared Imaging Systems (November 1991)
Guest Editor: Mohammad A. Karim

X-Ray/EUV Optics (August 1991)
Guest Editor: Richard B. Hoover

Visual Communications and Image Processing III (July 1991)
Guest Editors: Kou-Hu Tzou and Hsueh-Ming Hang

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