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Tech Days 2016

Mirror Tech/SBIR/STTR Workshop 2016

Tuesday – November 1st, 2016
Mirror Tech/ SBIR/ STTR Workshop 2016
Government Technology Needs (OPEN)
01SieglerMirror Technology Needs for Exoplanet Exploration Program including Decadal Studies (HabEx, LUVOIR, etc.)JPL
02ThronsonNASA Mirror Technology Needs for Cosmic Origins and Physics of Cosmos ProgramNASA
03BolcarTechnology Needs for the Large UV/Optical/Infrared (LUVOIR) Surveyor Decadal Mission Concept StudyNASA
04CohenStatus, Development Plan and Challenges for the XRS OpticsSAO
SBIR Workshop (OPEN)
05LewisSBIR Program Updates Relevant to the 2017 SolicitationJPL
06ShaklanSBIR Topic S2: Advanced Telescope SystemsJPL
07StahlSBIR Subtopic S2.03 Advanced Optical Systems and Fabrication/Testing/Control Technologies for EUV/Optical and IR Telescope overviewNASA
08ShiriSBIR Subtopic S2.04 X-Ray Mirror Systems Technology, Coating Technology for X-Ray-UV-OIR, and Free-Form Optics overviewNASA
SBIR Commercialization Success (OPEN)
09SheikhPhase II final results/Commercialization status, Low-Stress Silicon Cladding for Surface Finishing Large UVOIR MirrorsZeCoat
Mirror Technology (OPEN)
10FischerUltra-Stable Zero-CTE HoneySiC and H2CMN Mirror Support StructuresFantom Materials
11FischerCVC SiC Thermally Insensitive Telescope DevelopmentFantom Materials
12HarrisonAdditive Manufacturing of Telescope MirrorsASRC Federal
13EasterLarge-Scale Molded Silicon Oxycarbide Composite Components for Ultra-Low Cost, Lightweight MirrorsSemplastics
14CasstevensAdditive Manufactured Very Light Weight Diamond Turned Aspheric MirrorDOS
15HanTIF and material removal characteristics of SiC mirror materialsKASI
16LawsonFreeform Monolithic Multi-surface Telescope ManufacturingOptimax
17SeibelAdvances in SiC manufacturing enabling novel optical systemsNGC
18CatanzaroRib stiffened sandwich panels using aluminum, silicon carbide, and beryllium for lightweight telescope structuresCFE
19MonroeAllvar Tailored CTE MaterialsThermal Expansion Solutions
X-Ray Mirror Technology (OPEN)
20ZhangLightweight and High-resolution Astronomical X-ray Optics Using Single Crystal SiliconNASA
21HardestyMatching NiP on Be-38Al for Low Temp MirrorsPeregrine
22TyurinaBeatMark Software to Reduce the Cost of X-Ray Mirror Fabrication by Optimization of Polishing and MetrologySecond Star Algonumerix
Wednesday – November 2nd, 2016
Telescope Technology (OPEN)
23YoungGondola for High Altitude Planetary Science (GHAPS) Optical Telescope AssemblyNASA
24SankarProgress towards high-dimensional-stability telescope for gravitational wave detectionNASA
Optical Design (OPEN)
25PapaStarting Points for Designing Freeform Four-Mirror TelescopesU Rochester
26SchiesserSensitivity analysis comparison of unobscured TMA: free-form vs co-axialU Rochester
Optical Fabrication Technology (OPEN)
27Mohring6-Axis UFF Platform Axis Configurations to Optimize Mandrel Surface FinishingOptiPro
28AlbertsOrmond SBIR Phase 2:  Abrasive waterjet core cutting of ULEOrmond
Optical Metrology Technology (OPEN)
29BalonekQuantitative measurement of mid-spatial frequency error using a test plateHarris
30OlczakVersatile metrology solution using a large holographic stitching techniqueHarris
31EbersoleHigh Performance Computing (HPC)-Accelerated Inverse Deflectometry for Mirror Segment Metrology – UpdateSURVICE Eng
32DeFisherNew Developments in the Non-Contact Metrology of Freeform SurfacesOptiPro
33MastersonPhase Reconfigurable Nulling InterferometerBoulder Nonlinear
34StahlOverview & StatusNASA
35MathewsFabrication of 1.5 meter ULEHarris
36EngSchott ELZM Test resultsNASA
37BrooksSchott ELZM Thermal Model Predictions and CorrelationNASA
38P StahlAMM Status and 4-meter Primary Mirror Point DesignNASA
39M StahlCoronagraph WFE Stability ModelingNASA
Predictive Thermal Control (OPEN)
40P StahlPredictive Thermal ControlNASA
41EngHow to get a mirror thermal tested at MSFCNASA
Optical Coatings (OPEN)
42QuijadaFUV reflectance of recently prepared aluminum mirrors protected with AlF3NASA
43BalaMirror coatings for large UV to NIR telescope mirrorsJPL
44SheikhCoating Mirrors in SpaceZeCoat
45AllredMeasuring the optical constants of AlF3 from 56 to 13 nmBYU
46AllredUnderstanding the degradation mechanisms of bare aluminum mirrors via VUV and EUV reflectanceBYU
Thursday – November 3rd, 2016
Exoplanet Exploration Program (ExEp) Technology (OPEN)
47ShaklanCoronagraph with Segmented Aperture StudyJPL
48DemersTechnology Development Update for First High-Contrast Space CoronagraphJPL
49ShaklanStarshade Technology StatusJPL
50KimOptical Demonstrations of a Starshade at Flight Fresnel NumberPrinceton
51HarnessHigh-contrast astronomy with starshadesU Colorado
Deformable Mirror Technology (OPEN)
52HelmbrechtMEMS Deformable Mirror Development at Iris AOIris AO
53RyanRecent progress in developing high actuator count MEMS DMsBMM
Wavefront Sensing and Control  (OPEN)
Mirror Technology (ITAR)
MooneyConstructed core mirrorHarris
Mooney3D Printed, lightweight mirror architectureHarris
KuhnVerification of High Performance, Radiation Hardened Optical Coatings and Mirror TechnologyOpt-E
KuhnPre/Post Exposure Optical Performance Characterization of High Performance Radiation Hardened Optical Components and SystemsOpt-E
James Webb Space Telescope (ITAR)
AtkinsonOTE Alignment, Integration and DeploymentsNGC
DalyOTIS Mechanical IntegrationHarris
Keski-kuhaPathfinder Results and OTIS Test PlanNASA
ChaneyJWST Pathfinder Optical ResultsBATC
Contact Phil Stahl for copy of any paper