Thomas G. Bifano mainly investigates Optics, Deformable mirror, Adaptive optics, Microelectromechanical systems and Grinding. His Optics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Surface micromachining. He combines subjects such as Optical communication, Wavefront and Actuator with his study of Adaptive optics.
His Microelectromechanical systems research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fluid dynamics and Realization. His studies in Grinding integrate themes in fields like Brittleness, Polishing and Machining. His Metallurgy study deals with Manufacturing engineering intersecting with Precision engineering.
Thomas G. Bifano spends much of his time researching Optics, Adaptive optics, Deformable mirror, Microelectromechanical systems and Actuator. His Optics study frequently links to other fields, such as Surface micromachining. The concepts of his Adaptive optics study are interwoven with issues in Field of view, Wavefront and Aperture.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Silicon, Optical aberration, Optical communication, Free-space optical communication and Modulation in addition to Deformable mirror. His work in Microelectromechanical systems addresses issues such as Electronics, which are connected to fields such as CMOS. His Actuator research incorporates elements of Coronagraph, Frequency response and Voltage.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Optics, Microscopy, Adaptive optics, Deformable mirror and Microscope. His studies link Reverberation with Optics. His Microscopy study also includes fields such as
His Adaptive optics study combines topics in areas such as Spatial light modulator, Field of view, Phase retrieval and Microelectromechanical systems. His research in Deformable mirror intersects with topics in Lens, Plane and Matched filter. In his study, Fluid dynamics and Fluorescent imaging is inextricably linked to Biomedical engineering, which falls within the broad field of Microscope.
Thomas G. Bifano spends much of his time researching Optics, Microscopy, Deformable mirror, Adaptive optics and Microscope. His study in Light sheet fluorescence microscopy and Scattering falls under the purview of Optics. His Microscopy research includes themes of Two-photon excitation microscopy, Resolution and Depth of field.
He has included themes like Lens and Plane in his Deformable mirror study. His Adaptive optics research integrates issues from Spatial light modulator, Field of view and Optical fiber. His Field of view study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wavefront and Spatial frequency.
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Ductile-Regime Grinding: A New Technology for Machining Brittle Materials
T. G. Bifano;T. A. Dow;R. O. Scattergood.
Journal of Engineering for Industry (1991)
Microelectromechanical deformable mirrors
T.G. Bifano;J. Perreault;R. Krishnamoorthy Mali;M.N. Horenstein.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (1999)
Continuous-membrane surface-micromachined silicon deformable mirror
T. G. Bifano;Raji Krishnamoorthy Mali;J. K. Dorton;J. Perreault.
Optical Engineering (1997)
Development of a MEMS microvalve array for fluid flow control
N. Vandelli;D. Wroblewski;M. Velonis;T. Bifano.
IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (1998)
Adaptive imaging: MEMS deformable mirrors
Nature Photonics (2011)
Elimination of stress-induced curvature in thin-film structures
T.G. Bifano;H.T. Johnson;P. Bierden;R.K. Mali.
IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems (2002)
Ductile-Regime Grinding of Brittle Materials
Thomas G. Bifano;Thomas A. Dow;Ronald O. Scattergood.
Adaptive optic correction using microelectromechanical deformable mirrors
Julie A. Perreault;Thomas G. Bifano;B. Martin Levine;Mark N. Horenstein.
Optical Engineering (2002)
Process for manufacturing optical data storage disk stamper
Thomas G. Bifano.
Management of R&D projects under uncertainty: a multidimensional approach to managerial flexibility
L.P. Santiago;T.G. Bifano.
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management (2005)
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