2017 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to free space optical imaging and communication technologies
2010 - OSA Fellows For pioneering research in freespace optical technology, including the first use of micromechanics for equalization and switching in wavelength-multiplexed communications.
Joseph E. Ford usually deals with Graduate students and limits it to topics linked to Pedagogy and Dynamics (music). Many of his studies on Dynamics (music) involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Pedagogy. His work in Thermodynamics is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Thermal and Thermal conductivity. His research on Thermal frequently links to adjacent areas such as Thermodynamics. His research links Pendulum with Quantum mechanics. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Classical mechanics and Configuration space in his work. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Statistical physics and Theoretical physics through his research. His study deals with a combination of Theoretical physics and Statistical physics. He integrates many fields in his works, including Nonlinear system and Nonlinear acoustics.
Joseph E. Ford undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Quantum mechanics and Mathematical physics in his work. Joseph E. Ford performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Mathematical physics and Quantum mechanics via his papers. He performs multidisciplinary study on Statistical physics and Theoretical physics in his works. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Theoretical physics and Statistical physics. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Classical mechanics and Quantum. He performs integrative study on Quantum and Classical mechanics. His research links Lattice (music) with Acoustics. His Lattice (music) study often links to related topics such as Acoustics.
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Wavelength add-drop switching using tilting micromirrors
J.E. Ford;V.A. Aksyuk;D.J. Bishop;J.A. Walker.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (1999)
Optical MEMS for Lightwave Communication
M.C. Wu;O. Solgaard;J.E. Ford.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (2006)
Planar micro-optic solar concentrator
Jason H. Karp;Eric J. Tremblay;Joseph E. Ford.
Optics Express (2010)
Micro-mechanical, anti-reflection, switched optical modulator array and fabrication method
Joseph Earl Ford;Keith Wayne Goossen;James Albert Walker.
Dynamic spectral power equalization using micro-opto-mechanics
J.E. Ford;J.A. Walker.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1998)
Incremental recording for photorefractive hologram multiplexing
Yoshinao Taketomi;Joseph E. Ford;Hironori Sasaki;Jian Ma.
Optics Letters (1991)
A tunable dispersion compensating MEMS all-pass filter
C.K. Madsen;J.A. Walker;J.E. Ford;K.W. Goossen.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2000)
System and method for solar energy capture and related method of manufacturing
Eric Tremblay;Jason Harris Karp;Joseph E Ford;Justin Matthew Hallas.
Attenuation device for wavelength multiplexed optical fiber communications
Joseph Earl Ford;David Andrew Barclay Miller;Martin C. Nuss;James Albert Walker.
Micromechanical fiber-optic attenuator with 3 /spl mu/s response
J.E. Ford;J.A. Walker;D.S. Greywall;K.W. Goossen.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (1998)
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