Dr. Noel Ivan Toto-Arellano

Research Professor at Univ Tecnológica de Tulancingo
Toto-Arellano, Noel Ivan
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Area of Expertise: Interferometry, Fourier optics, Phase shifting interferometry, Holography, Polarization, Electronic speckle pattern interferometry
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Noel-Ivan Toto-Arellano received his BS degree in Physical Sciences at Universidad Veracruzana, México, his MSc in Optical Sciences from Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (Puebla, México, 2005), and his PhD in Optical Sciences at the same institution (2008). He did two post-doctoral internships at CIO (León, Gto. México, 2009 – 2011). He currently holds a research professor position at the Universidad Tecnológica de Tulancingo, Hidalgo, México, supporting the creation of a First Optics and Photonics Engineering program in Mexico. He has authored 35 articles in interferometry and Fourier optics, five book chapters, and two handbooks. He holds three national science and technology awards
and two medals for innovations granted by the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property. He is a researcher at Centro de Tecnologias Opticas y Fotonicas (CTOF), a member of the National System of Researchers, Mexico, Mexican Academy of Optics, Mexican Academy of Sciencies, SPIE and OSA. His current research interests include education in optics and photonics, physical optics, interferometry, laser applications, image formation (spatial filtering, holography and tomography), Fourier optics, and optical metrology using moiré and speckle interferometry, contouring for structured light projection.

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