Gordon D. Love

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Gordon Love
Gordon love durham university.jpg
Born 1967
Leeds, UK
Residence United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom
Alma mater Durham University
Known for Adaptive Optics
Liquid crystals
Scientific career
Fields Physics, Optics
Institutions Durham University

Gordon D Love is a optics researcher and Professor of physics at Durham University, U.K.[1] He is noted for work in Adaptive Optics,[2][3] Liquid Crystals,[4] and switchable lenses. He is also known for being one of the pioneers of applying adaptive optics in industry and medicine[5] (as opposed to astronomy and military optics).

He is a Council Member of the Institute of Physics,[6] and past board member of the European Optical Society.

Notable publications[edit]

  1. Gordon D. Love (1997). "Wave-front correction and production of Zernike modes with a liquid-crystal spatial light modulator". Appl. Opt. 36 (7). According to Google Scholar, the article has been cited 318 times[7]
  2. AF Naumov; GD Love; M Yu Loktev; FL Vladimirov (1999). "Control optimizationof spherical modal liquid crystal lenses". Optics Express. 4: 344. doi:10.1364/oe.4.000344.
  3. Gordon D Love; David M Hoffman; Philip JW Hands; James Gao; Andrew K Kirby; Martin S Banks (2009). "High-speed switchable lens enables the development of a volumetric stereoscopic display". Optics Express. 17 (18): 15716. doi:10.1364/oe.17.015716.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pupil Shape Can Show Who's Predator and Who's Prey". Discovery News, Aug 7, 2015 by Jennifer Viegas
  2. ^ "BBC - Radio 4 - The Material World 24/10/2002". BBC.
  3. ^ The Observatory. Editors of the Observatory. 2003. p. 268.
  4. ^ "OSA - Atmospheric and Ocean Optics". www.opticsinfobase.org.
  5. ^ Adaptive Optics for Industry and Medicine
  6. ^ "Council". Institute of Physics.
  7. ^ "GD Love citation search on Google Scholar". scholar.google.com.

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