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1992 ICO Topical Meeting on Optical Computing

29 June-1 July, 1992, Minsk, Belarus
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StatementAndrey M. Goncharenko ... [et al.], chairs/editors ; organized by Division for Optical Problems of Information Technologies, Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Belarus, Joint USSR-USA Enterprise "TEMPO" ; sponsored by International Commission for Optics (ICO) ... [et al.] in cooperation with Japan Society of Applied Physics ... [et al.].
SeriesProceedings / SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 1806, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 1806.
ContributionsGoncharenko, A. M., Akadėmii͡a︡ Navuk Belarusi. Division of Optical Problems of Information Technologies., Joint USSR-USA Enterprise "TEMPO"., International Commission for Optics., Ōyō Butsuri Gakkai.
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LC ClassificationsTA1630 .I34 1992
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Paginationxi, 680 p. :
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Open LibraryOL1445088M
ISBN 100819410063
LC Control Number93083142

ICO Topical Meeting on Optical Computing ( Minsk, Belarus). ICO Topical Meeting on Optical Computing. Bellingham, Wash.: SPIE, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: A M Goncharenko; Akadėmii︠a︡.

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ICO Galileo Galilei Medal to Mario Garavaglia. The Galileo Galilei Award has been awarded to Mario Garavaglia of CIoP, Argentina in recognition of his scientific contributions in the fields of lasers, spectroscopy, interferometry, and holography, as well as their applications to industry, medicine and biology and for his promotion of optics education an research in South America.

Prof. Vasilev opening the meeting. To the right, the three co-chairs: A Pavlov, M L Calvo and J Jahns. Valentin L Vlad receives the Galileo Galilei Award diploma and medal from Anna Corsortini, president of the Italian Society for Optics and Photonics, while Ichirou Yamaguchi, chair of the ICO Galileo Galilei Award Committee, looks on.

Digital optical computing architectures are surveyed, from the use of optics within electronic machines to potential all-optical systems. Many of the schemes that have been implemented optically are described, including brief comments on the active logic devices that they : B.

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The world's premier meeting for the global technical interchange in the field of optical interference coatings. This meeting serves as a focal point for global technical interchange in the field of optical interference coatings. It will include papers on the latest results in research, development and the application of optical coatings.

Optics in Computing: Introduction to the Feature issue. Derstine MW, Walker AC, Yatagai T. This feature issue of Applied Optics on optics in computing comprises 14 papers. Most of the papers are expanded versions of papers presented at the Optical Society of America Topical Meeting on Optics in Computing held March in Lake Tahoe, by: 2.

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This paper gives a brief historical review of the life of optical computing from the early days until today. Optical computing generated a lot of enthusiasm in the sixties with major breakthroughs opening a large number of perspectives.

The period between and could be called the golden age with numerous new Cited by: He is the holder of 15 U.S. patents. Prof. Wu is a Fellow of IEEE, and a member of Optical Society of America. He was a Packard Foundation Fellow from to He is the founding Co-Chair of IEEE/LEOS Summer Topical Meeting on Optical MEMS (), the predecessor of IEEE/LEOS International Conference on Optical MEMS.

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