Publications

Koreshev S.N., Nikanorov O.V., Gromov A.D., Smorodinov D.S.. Intensity equalization for elements for binary-object images reconstructed using synthesized hologram projectors - Optics and spectroscopy, Vol.114, 2013. - p.288 -292
Koreshev S.N., Korepin I.N.. Methods of synthesizing focused-image holograms - Journal of optical technology, Vol.80, 2013. - pp.611-615
Zverev V., Ermolaeva E., Timoshtuk I.. Point spread aberration structure in case of optical elements decentering - Optical Revier, Vol.20, 2013. - p.160-162
Koreshev S.N., Ratushny V.. Short-wave boundary of applicability of relief-phase reflecting holograms on a thin film of a chalcogenide glassy semiconductor - Proc. SPIE, Vol.8644, 2013.
Ezhova V.V., Zverev V.A.. Aberrational analysis of a two-component arrangement of the optical system of an objective - Journal of optical technology, Vol.79, 2012. - pp.763-768
Conditions have been determined under which planastigmatic and anastigmatic correction of third-order aberrations is possible in the image formed by an optical system consisting of two thin components separated by a finite air gap.
Grammatin A.P., Tsyganok E.A.. Apochromatic systems made from glasses with ordinary dispersion behavior - Journal of optical technology, Vol.79, 2012. - pp.202-204
E.Ermolaeva, I.Livshits, V.Vasiliyev. Catadioptric varifocal objective - Proc. SPIE, Vol.8488: Zoom Lenses IV, 2012.
Grammatin A.P., Tsyganok E.A., Romanova G.E.. Computer modelling accompanying the study of disciplines associated with the design of optical systems - Journal of optical technology, Vol.79, 2012. - pp.308-311
Tsukanova G.I., Gorbatenko J.V.. Designing starting systems for orthoscopic mirror–lens objectives - Journal of optical technology, Vol.79, 2012. - pp.205-207
Koreshev S.N., Shehonin A.A.. Foreword from the editors of this issue - Journal of optical technology, Vol.79, 2012. - pp.260
Bakholdin A.V., Tsukanova G.J.. Investigation of the initial systems of orthoscopic astronomical objectives in the 0.2-1-m region - Journal of optical technology, Vol.79, 2012. - pp.270-272
Koreshev S.N., Nikanorov O.V., Gromov A.D.. Method of synthesizing hologram projectors based on breaking down the structure of an object into typical elements, and a software package for implementing it - Journal of optical technology, Vol.79, 2012. - p.769-774
Irina L. Livshits, Victor A. Zverev, Ksenia Ezhova, Nguen Luen. Method of zoom lenses aberrations analysis - Proc. SPIE, Vol.8488: Zoom Lenses IV, 2012.
Proposed method uses aberration coefficients analysis which was in use in the period before computers wide application for optical design. We consider that this method was undeservedly forgotten and in combination with modern software it can provide better maintenance of aberration correction and understanding of zoom lenses aberration analysis and construction. Equations presented were received for the case of different zoom lenses constructions. Single, two and three components zoom lens are analyzed.
Ezhova V.V., Andreev L.N.. One- and two-component objectives, eyepieces, and condensers with second-order aspheric surfaces - Journal of optical technology, Vol.79, 2012. - pp.266-269
This paper discusses the fundamental optical layouts and technique for calculating systems with second-order aspheric surfaces. The design elements and the results of aberrational calculation are presented as an illustration.
Koreshev S.N., Ratushnyi V.P.. The limiting possibilities of interference photolithography implemented in the visible region on thin films of glassy chalcogenide semiconductor - Journal of optical technology, Vol.79, 2012. - p.289 -294
Koreshev S.N., Korepin I.N.. Choosing the synthesis parameters of focused-image hologram–projectors - Journal of optical technology, Vol.78, 2011. - p.594-597
Koreshev S.N., Atlygina Y.V.. Method for estimating the surface roughness of relief-phase holographic optical elements and its effect on their imaging properties - Journal of optical technology, Vol. 8, 2011. - p.174-175
Ezhova V.V., Andreev L.N.. Orthoscopic anastigmatic eyepieces of light microscopes - Journal of optical technology, Vol.78, 2011. - pp.42-44
This paper discusses a technique for designing wide-angle orthoscopic anastigmatic microscope eyepieces with a second-order aspheric surface. The necessary mathematical apparatus is given for calculations based on third-order theory of aberrations. The fundamental optical layout of the eyepieces is given for illustration, along with tables of the residual aberrations of the systems that have been designed.
Irina L. Livshits, Victor A. Zverev, Vladimir N. Vasilev. Parametric synthesis of three–mirrors optical systems - Proc. SPIE, Vol.8167: Optical Design and Engineering IV, 2011.
An artificial method of replacement reflecting surfaces by thin "mirror" lenses gives us the opportunity to createanalytical equations as the base for subsequent parametrical synthesis of optical system consisting of two and three reflecting surfaces. In this case optical powers of the components are determined by required image field curvature. The ratios of back focal lens to the distances between the components are considered as parameters. In one particular case we've got a variant of three-mirrors system with acceptable aberration correction when one mirror has a spherical shape. Constructions ofthree-mirrors optical systems are presented.
Koreshev S.N., Nikanorov O.V., Ratushnyi V.P.. Reconstruction of synthesized holograms-Fresnel projectors at angles of incidence of reconstructing wave that exceed the angle of incidence of the reference wave in hologram synthesis - Optics and spectroscopy, Vol.111, 2011. - p.134-138
Kirillovskiy V.K., Bakaev M.I., Zhevlakov A.P., Orlov P.V., Voznesenskii N.B., Gavrilov E.V.. Analysis of image of objective for formation of nanostructures by computer isophotometry method - Optics and spectroscopy, Vol.109, 2010. - pp.460-467
Yakov M.Strelniker, David J.Bergman, Yafit Fleger, Michael Rosenbluh, Anna O.Voznesenskaya, Alexey P. Vinogradov, Andrey N. Lagarkov. Manipulating the transparency and other optical properties of metamaterials by applying a magnetic field - Physica B, Vol.405, 2010. - pp.2938-2942
Koreshev S.N., Nikanorov O.V., Kozulin I.A., Ivanov Yu.A.. Program system for synthesis and digital reconstruction of holograms-projectors: synthesis parameters effect on image reconstruction quality - Journal of optical technology, Vol.77, 2010. - p.33-37
Andrey G. Anisimov, Elena A. Tsyganok, Igor A. Konyakhin. Study of the influence of the tetrahedral reflectors properties on autocollimating systems characteristics - Proc. SPIE, Vol.7786: Current Developments in Lens Design and Optical Engineering XI, 2010.
Koreshev S.N., Ratushny V.P.. How the parasitic-nanostructuring parameters of relief-phase holographic structures on thin glassy-chalcogenide-semiconductor films depend on their relief height - Journal of optical technology, Vol.76, 2009. - p.286-288
Yakov M.Strelniker, David J.Bergman, Yafit Fleger, Michael Rosenbluh, David G.Stroud, Anna O.Voznesenskaya. Manipulating the optical transparency of anisotropic metamaterials with magnetic field and liquid crystals: influence of the nanostructures shape - Proc. SPIE, Vol.7395: Plasmonics: Nanoimaging, Nanofabrication, and their Applications V, 2009.
The light transmission through metallic films with different types of nano-structures was studied both theoretically and experimentally. It is shown, analytically, numerically and experimentally, that the positions of the surface plasmon resonances depend on nano-structural details. This leads to a strong dependence of the amplitude of the light transmission, as well as the polarization of the transmitted light and other optical properties, on those details. Two complementary situations are considered: a metal film with dielectric holes and a dielectric film with metallic islands. Two different possibilities for manipulating the light transmission are considered: One is based upon application of a static magnetic field (actually, this is equivalent to changing the nano-structure in a transformed configuration space), the other is based upon using liquid crystals as one of the constituents of a nano-structured film.
Koreshev S.N., Ratushny V.P.. Nanostructurization of thin chalcogenide glassy semiconductor films during formation of relief-phase hologram structures - Optics and spectroscopy, Vol.106, 2009. - p.288-292
Chubey M.S., Tsukanova G.I., Bakholdin A.V.. Protection from direct illumination in the system of the astrograph for the Interplanetary Solar Stereoscopic Observatory - Journal of optical technology, Vol.76, 2009. - pp.504-506
Koreshev S.N., Nikanorov O.V., Kozulin I.A.. Choosing the synthesis parameters of hologram-projectors for photolithography - Journal of optical technology, Vol.75, 2008. - p.558-562
Koreshev S.N., Ratushny V.P., Belyh A.V.. Holographic photolithography based on thin films of glassy chalcogenide semiconductor - Journal of optical technology, Vol.74, 2007. - p.504-508
M.S. Chubey, G.I.Tsukanova, A.V. Bakholdin. Specifics of the design of the optical system of an astrograph for the Interplanetary Solar Stereoscopic Observatory Project - Journal of optical technology, Vol.74, 2007. - pp.467-470
Zverev V.A., Romanova G.E., Gavriluk A V, Karpova G V. The Basic Scheme of the Afocal and Composition Variants of the Objectives Based on It - Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Vol.48, 2007. - pp.945-951
The flat refractive surface allows to achieve a perfect spherical aberration correction, so it can be used in different optical systems. For example, the parallel-sided plate can be used for the correction of spherical aberration of the spherical mirror. Similarly it can be applied in the afocal system consisting of the first concave and the second convex mirrors. In such a system the plate thickness is rather big. So the afocal system of two spherical mirrors and the plate was modified: the second mirror was combined with the second surface of a plate. In the afocal system which consist of a concave mirror and an catadioptric planoconcave lens the spherical aberration correction can be achieved by the variation of he lens thickness. The longfocus objective can be built by combination of that scheme and the additional lens system. The possibility of aberration correction in such systems is considered.
Y.M. Strelniker, D.Stroud, A.O. Voznesenskaya. Control of extraordinary light transmission through perforated metal films using liquid crystals - The European Physical Journal B - Condensed Matter and Complex Systems, Vol.52, 2006. - p.1-7
We calculate the effective dielectric tensor of a metal film penetrated by cylindrical holes filled with a nematic liquid crystal (NLC). We assume that the director of the NLC is parallel to the film, and that its direction within the plane can be controlled by a static magnetic field, via the Freedericksz effect. To calculate the effective dielectric tensor, we consider both randomly distributed holes (using a Maxwell-Garnett approximation) and a square lattice of holes (using a Fourier technique). Both the holes and the lattice constant of the square lattice are assumed small compared to the wavelength. The films are found to exhibit extraordinary light transmission at special frequencies related to the surface plasmon resonances of the composite film. Furthermore, the frequencies of peak transmission are found to be substantially split when the dielectric in the holes is anisotropic. For typical NLC parameters, the splitting is of order 5–10% of the metal plasma frequency. Thus, the extraordinary transmission can be controlled by a static magnetic or electric field whose direction can be rotated to orient the director of the NLC. Finally, as a practical means of producing the NLC-filled holes, we consider the case where the entire perforated metal film is dipped into a pool of NLC, so that all the holes are filled with the NLC, and there are also homogeneous slabs of NLC on both sides of the film. The transmission in this geometry is shown to have similar characteristics to that in which the NLC-filled screen is placed in air.
Koreshev S.N., Ratushny V.P.. Focused image holograms in high-resolution holographic projection photolithography - Optics and spectroscopy, Vol.101, 2006. - p.976-979
D.Stroud, A.O. Voznesenskaya, Yakov M.Strelniker. Magneto-optical features and extraordinary light transmission through perforated metal films filled with liquid crystals - Journal of Applied Physics, Vol.99, 2006.
We calculate the effective dielectric tensor of a metal film penetrated by cylindrical holes filled with a nematic liquid crystal (NLC) whose director is parallel to the film and can be controlled by a static magnetic field whose direction can be rotated in an arbitrary direction in the plane of the film. We consider both randomly distributed holes (using a Maxwell-Garnett approximation) and a square lattice of holes (using a Fourier technique). Both the holes and the lattice constant of the square lattice are assumed small compared to the wavelength. The films are found to exhibit extraordinary light transmission at special frequencies, ωsp, related to the surface plasmon (SP) resonances of the composite film, which depends on the direction of the applied magnetic field.
Chubey M.S., Bakholdin A.V., Zukanova G.I.. Optical Design of Astrograph for "Interplanetary Solar Stereoscopic Observatory" - Journal of Physics, Vol,48, 2006. - pp.970-975
In the project of the "Interplanetary Solar Stereoscopic Observatory" (ISSO) the astrograph with the high resolution is one of the basic tools. Optical requirements to the tool are discussed. Creation the astrograph as the three-mirror system is offered. Design variants of the scheme with all third-order aberrations correction are presented. Obscuration is considered in the obtained variants.
Zverev V.A., Romanova G.E., Bakholdin A.V.. The optical system of a very large telescope - Journal of optical technology, Vol.72, 2005. - pp.182-185
Vitaly Domnenko, Tatiana Ivanova, Maria Gantvorg. New object-oriented model of an arbitrary optical system - Proc. SPIE, Vol. 5249: Optical Design and Engineering, 2004. - pp.608-615
Commonly the creation of data structure in optical system design software with sequential ray tracing are realized on the basis of ordinary arrays. Homogenous data structures have restrictions, main of which is a problem of enhancement. Often new optical surfaces, elements and media cannot be embedded into old data structures. In this paper a new object-oriented model of an arbitrary optical system is presented. This model utilizes a new data structure based on graphs and LDS (linked data structures). The inheritance and polymorphism make the data structure adaptable and extendible. Also this approach offers modeling multi-configuration and zoom optical system by a native way.
Nadezhda D. Tolstoba. Analysis of Hartmann testing techniques for large-sized optics. - Proc. SPIE, Vol. 4451: Optical Manufacturing and Testing IV, H. Philip Stahl, Editors, 2001. - pp.406-413
The quality control of large-sized astronomical optics frequently is produced by a Hartmann technique. For check of accuracy and efficiency of the various schemes of this method it is necessary to create the mathematical model. In this paper, the results of microlens array based sensor simulation and comparison of it with other modifications of the testing schemes are presented.
Nadezhda D. Tolstoba, Nikolay B. Voznesensky, Olga Delnova, Anna Voznesenskya. Automation of the construction creation process of the optical instrument and creations of designer documentation. - Proc. SPIE, Vol. 4487: Zoom Lenses III, Iain A. Neil; Takanori Yamanashi, Editors, 2001. - pp.68-75
The automation of the designer's documentation making process gives rise to necessity in search of new possibilities for the even greater facilitation of the instruments designing process. Now in the field of optical instruments designing is felt a deficiency in the area of the software for automation of the designer's documentation formation. The development of ZOOM-objectives optics requires complex and laborious work of optics-designer and creation of new forms of realization of the projects for improvement of creative work too. The given report is devoted to development of the mathematical foundation and software for a construction of the mount of the optical system automized design.
Nadezhda D. Tolstoba. Determination of aberrations by processing lenslet array image located on the CCD receiver - Proc. SPIE, Vol. 4473: Signal and Data Processing of Small Targets 2001, Oliver E. Drummond, Editors, 2001. - pp.494-501
The quality of large-sized astronomical optics is usually tested by the Hartmann technique. For the accuracy and operational efficiency checking of this techniques different schemes it is necessary to create the mathematical model. In this paper microlens array sensor simulation results and comparison of this scheme with other modifications of this technique is presented. Algorithm, assisting to reach of successes in spots centers determination on the receiver, was created. This algorithm includes iterative the exact search and uses Fourier - image of the aperture of a lens. Research of the Shack-Hartmann testing scheme microlens array based, excluding Hartmann mask application is carried out. Modeling and optimization of the measurement technique is provided, the real requirements to real requirements to elements of the circuit are determined, mathematical apparatus and algorithm of processing of results of the given circuit is developed.
Nadezhda D. Tolstoba. Gram-schmidt technique for aberration analysis in telescope mirror testing - Proc. SPIE, Vol. 3785: Advanced Telescope Design, Fabrication and Control, William Roybal, Editors, 1999. - pp.140-151
For quality surveillance of large-sized astronomical optics in observatory conditions a Hartmann method is widely used. In the given article problems of wavefront and deformations restoration of a main mirror are examined by use of a Hartmann technique with small-sized mask in a converging beam for the telescope testing. Is shown, that by virtue of weak conditionality of restoration task the most suitable decision of a problem is Gram-Shmidt process, allowing at appropriate modification to receive best conditionality and consequently to minimize thus error of restoration.
Vadim P. Veiko, Vitaly M. Domnenko, Nikolay B. Voznessenski, Alexey E. Goussev, Tatyana V. Ivanova, Sergey A. Rodionov. New approach to optical measurements of small objects with superresolution - Proc. SPIE, Vol. 3736: ICONO '98: Quantum Optics, Interference Phenomena in Atomic Systems, and High-Precision Measurements, 1999. - pp.341-350
The application of optical superresolution technique to measuring small particles, said to be secondary light sources with various scales of sizes - from micrometers to nanometers, is discussed. The concept of a separate nanosized object and theoretical approach to recognition of its size through the mathematical continuation of the visible angular spectrum of vector plane waves suggested.
Jung, Mee S., Joo, Won D., Rodionov, Sergey A.. Influence of the aberrations of an optical system on general partial coherent Gaussian beam - Proc. SPIE, Vol.3573, 1998.
By using the propagation of general partially coherent Gaussian beams which is described by pure geometrical concepts, the effect of optical system aberration on Gaussian beam propagation is investigated by the real ray tracing.
Veiko V.P., Voznessenski N.B., Domnenko V.M., Ivanova T.V., Rodionov S.A., Goussev A.E.. New approach to analysis of subwavelength-sized secondary light sources - Proc. SPIE, Vol. 3467: Far- and Near-Field Optics: Physics and Information Processing, 1998. - pp.313-321
A new approach to the investigation of probes for scanning near-field optical microscopes and recognition of parameters of arbitrary secondary light sources in nanometric scale is suggested. A new numerical technique of analytical continuation of the Fourier spectrum with the object restoration procedure based on Zernike polynomials iterative extrapolation is presented.
Jung, Mee S., Joo, Won D., Rodionov, Sergey A.. Specific problems of the optical scanning system optimization - Proc. SPIE, Vol.3573, 1998.
Some specific problems of the optimization of optical scanning system different from common optical system are investigated. We describe the optimization procedure which includes this specific requirements for a distortion, movement of scanning elements, and optimization function connected with energy concentration in beam spot which is not the image of source in common. Also, Kogelnik's ABCD law is used for scanning spot size determination.
Veiko, Vadim P., Goobanov, Dmitry L., Kromin, Alexei K., Rodionov, Serguei A., Shakola, Alexander T., Timofeev, Boris P., Yakovlev, Evgeny B.. Comparison of scanner and plotter systems for laser-assisted rapid prototyping technique - Proc. SPIE, Vol.3091, 1997.
Rapid prototyping, tooling and manufacturing are spread very quickly now and promise to accomplish radical changes in design and production. Laser-assisted rapid prototyping and manufacturing (RPM) processes, such as laminated object manufacturing (LOM), powders sintering (PS), and stereolithography (SL) occupy the first place among the above-mentioned techniques. The selection of laser radiation delivery system is a central question of laser-assisted 3D- process realization. Two principal ways are possible -- scanner and plotter systems. Scanners provide relatively higher rates of processing, but their use is restrained from optical distortions and limitations increasing with the increasing of processing field. Both plotter and scanning systems also have fundamental mechanical limitations at high speed of motion.
Serguei A. Rodionov, Vadim P. Veiko, Alexander T. Shakola, Vitaly M. Domnenko, Vadim A. Patlaty. Method of computer-controlled microlens processing and testing - Proc. SPIE, Vol. 3008: Miniaturized Systems with Micro-Optics and Micromechanics II, 1997. - pp.306-310
Computer controlled process of microlens manufacturing and testing is described. Lens figuring is made by high energy CO2 laser beam scanning over surface. Testing procedure is realized in the same installation without removal of manufactured lens. Test uses low energy He-Ne laser beam scanning over entrance pupil of lens using the same scanning system as during manufacturing procedure. Testing method is based on principles of Hartmann test but do not use any diaphragm. The least squares method is used to determine coefficients of Zernike polynomial expansion, describing testing lens surface figuring errors.
Veiko, Vadim P., Kromin, Alexei K., Rodionov, Serguei A., Chuiko, Vladimir A., Berezin, Yu. D., Kukhtin, S. V., Tokarev, M. P.. New method of fiber optic tool fabrication based on laser technologies - Proc. SPIE, Vol.3091, 1997.
Last year laser medicine received high recognition as an effective means of treatment and preventative maintenance of processing of various tissues. The use of fiber-optical systems in laser medical installations allows us to produce a lot of operations without surgical insertions and treatment in difficult locations. Application of such systems assumes the formation of laser spot in the processing area by special technique. It is possible to be reached using the various optical elements, however the use of conventional microlenses and elements leads to the essential increase of tool dimensions. A lot of methods enabling us to form the microlenses on the ends of fibers by the methods of fusion of fiber material are known. We already offer the method of formation of microlenses by means of co-actions of carbon dioxide laser radiation and various mechanical forces. In this report we present a lot of fiber-optical elements for the formation of laser radiation, produced by such method, and some of their optical parameters being measured by special technique. The list of designed elements is submitted in Table 1. The above-mentioned elements can be formed on the optical fibers of the quartz-quartz, quartz-polymer types, glass and sapphire fibers.
Veiko, Vadim P., Goobanov, Dmitry L., Kromin, Alexei K., Rodionov, Serguei A., Shakola, Alexander T., Timofeev, Boris P., Chuiko, Vladimir A., Yakovlev, Evgeny B.. Peculiarities of scanner and plotter systems operation for rapid prototyping technique - Proc. SPIE, Vol.2993, 1997.
This paper is devoted to the arrangement of trajectory of the laser beam by scanner and plotter systems. The problem appears only when the trajectory changes from one direction to the other. The motion along direction 1 to point A and along direction 2 after point B can be provided by the same speed V1 equals V2 equals V*. But between the points A and B it is necessary to make some manipulations to provide the same quality of the irradiated zone -- the width d, the accuracy (Delta) (maximum deviation from the desired trajectory), momentary values of energy intensity q, W/cm2, etc. The general way to hold the constant value of q, which defines the temperature of irradiated zone for laminated objects manufacturing (LOM) and selective laser sintering (SLS) and photons density for stereolithography (SL), is to control speed of motion of scanners and plotters. We discuss an approach for optimization of control algorithms for both types of delivery systems.