Session Index

Optical Design and Testing

Poster Session Ⅱ
Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015  17:10-18:00
Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P001
Cheng-Wei Chang Optical Design of DIC Microscope using ZEMAX and 3-D effect evaluation

A DIC microscope design with KDP Wollaston prism using ZEMAX is revaled and the 3-D effect also evaluated. We match the characteristic points A and B that are 0.00474 mm and 0.01422 mm by using MATLAB SHIFT and RANSAC algorithm. The depth we get are 0.0064 mm and 0.01422 mm.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P002
Shih-Chieh Lo LED light mixing system using compound parabolic concentrator and light-box

A compound parabolic concentrator (CPC) and a light-box are integrated herein to mix sunlight and LED light for indoor lighting. The CPC is used for coupling LED light into the light-box, whose inside surfaces coated with BaSO4 to realize uniform illuminance. Finally, the proposed system is simulated for chromatic analyses.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P003
Yi-Huai Siao Prior Study of the Stereo Electronic Eyepiece

A novel stereo electronic eyepiece system has been proposed by this paper. It consists of 1:1 magnification double Gauss lens with a biprism. The function of the biprism is split the image captured by the objective of the microscope into left eye and right eye which shows 3D imaging capabilities.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P004
Cheng-Mu Tsai Design a Aspherical Lens for Divergent Laser Beam Into a Uniform Beam

In this project, we present a specific optical system of one aspherical lens and designed to transform the irradiance distribution from Gaussian to uniform .To accomplish the design, Matlab is used to slove the independent equation and Zemax simulate a specific example.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P005
Yang Yang Measurement of displacement system by moiré phase analysis

The technique of the displacement measurement based on the moiré and Talbot effect is proposed. The experimental results demonstrate that the measurement range of our system can achieve 100m. Considering the high-frequency noise, the measurement resolution of the system is about 45 um.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P006
Lin Bo Chun Skin texture detection by Canny edge method with UV lighting of 385nm

The research developed a set of detection system to analyze the age of the skin on the opisthenar. The texture image of the skin on opisthenar was taken by ultraviolet rays (UV) Lighting-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) of 385nm. And analyzed by Canny edge method as the skin of people in different ages was difference in texture changes. The result shows it was an effective detection method to judge the age by the image of skin texture in UV lighting of 385nm with Canny edge method.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P007
Yu-Wen Chiou Study of texture-based perceptual space

We made the 16 sample outputted by a 3D printer, and designed an analytical method to investigate texture attributes using by pair comparison analysis and principal component analysis. This study analyzed the relationship among sample texture attributes and built up a texture-based perceptual space based on contrast, complexity, and fineness.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P008
Chen-Yu Lee Optical design of 1 to 1 Lithography projection

The 1 to 1 Lithography projection is designed and fabricated. Based on Koehler illumination and tele-centric lens type of projection system, optical parameters are provided. The best performance of systems could be achieved.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P009
Jiun-Woei Huang Optical design of 1 to 1 Lithography projection for 3-D IC Fabrication Platform

The 1 to 1 Lithography projection is designed and fabricated. Based on Koehler illumination and tele-centric lens type of projection system, optical parameters are provided. The best performance of systems could be achieved for 3-D IC fabrication.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P010
Guan-Yi He Study of LED Arrays System for Biological Testing Carrier

LEDs are applied for uniform illumination distribution such as medical, biological testing, etc. This paper describes the optimal configuration of LEDs array resulting in the most homogeneous irradiance on the target area. Use simulations to carry out arrangement, location and rotated angle of LEDs. Our results show that an average irradiance up to 85 percent.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P011
Ming-Han Chung Study of electrical system of intelligent light-driven bug zapper

In the study, an intelligent light-driven bug zapper is developed to include the maximum power point tracking (MPPT) and energy storage functions. The smart electronic system and management method are designed to reduce the power consumption. We performed the current-voltage measurements and insects capture. The experimental results show that the efficiency of the bug zapper is better than the traditional bug zapper’s. The experiments indicate that the charging function and conversion efficiency can be improved through the proposed solar energy harvesting system.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P012
Wei-Hsiung Tseng Study of double-effect solar sterilization system applied to agricultural food processing

This study is a double-effect solar sterilization system, which is the use of solar energy in the high-temperature heat and ultraviolet light to sterilize, can be applied to plant seeds sterile, sterile soil medium cultivation, agricultural harvest sterilization, sterilization and other winter heating water aquaculture farming new inventions food technology.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P013
Pu-Yi Chu Autofocus camera lens design with object distance from infinity to 9.754 mm

This paper presents an autofocus camera lens design with large depth of field. The object distance of the lens is from infinity to 9.754 mm. The modulation transfer function (MTF) is greater than 0.4, the optical distortion is less than 1.5%, and the relative illumination is greater than 67%.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P014
Yu-Ting Lin A Study of Optical Design with Genetic Algorithm for Free-form Surfaces in Multifocal Artificial Intraocular Lens

This study is design for the use of a non-adjustable type multifocal of free-form surface, that use a Fresnel lens as parameters of a artificial intraocular lens group surface. In the design process is application of genetic algorithms (GA) by compiled macro program to seek the best solution of lens.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P015
Hua-Sheng Hsu Optical design and implementation for virtual image head-up display with reflection mirror

This research presents the study of a virtual head-up display using a semi-reflective concave mirror. We optimize the system to promote the quality of the image. According to the simulation results, an optical system is set up to compare the difference between the results of the simulation and the performance of the optical system.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P016
Chia-Ming Chang An optical system adopting liquid crystals with electrical tunability of wavelength and energy density for low level light therapy

We demonstrate an optical system consisting of two FLC phase retarders and one LC lenses that exhibits both of electrically tunable wavelength and size of exposure area. Compared to conventional lenses with mechanical movements in the medical light therapy system, our electrically switchable optical system is more practical in the portable applications of low level light therapy.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P017
Chen Te-Chang Size measurement of immersed droplets via a high-resolution spectral characterization method

In this study, we develop a new optofluidic platform to measure the size of an immersed droplet in liquid. The droplet, intrinsically a kind of high-Q microsphere resonator, is profiled via evaluating the transmittance spectrum of a SiON waveguide coupled to the droplet. The resolution is down to 40 nm.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P018
Wei-Hsiung Tseng Study of mosquito attractants of UV-LED system for energy harvesting of solar-powered device

This study uses the physical properties of Wide area Type UV LED induced mosquito system, It is a simpler, lower cost way to achieve the effect of trapping, will be beneficial to people to use, It include a specific wavelength light (395nm UV LED) and color, can enhance the effect of dengue vector mosquito attractant and combine Intelligent sunlight control powermanagement device, so that the study can be applied to the courtyard and no power area is available to improve the region's attractant mosquito equipment.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P019
Jing-Hsiang Jhuang Theoretical analysis of highly sensitive total-internal-reflection sensor for measuring wavelength shifts

This paper presents a theory of a highly sensitive total internal reflection (TIR) sensor for measuring wavelength shifts. The system consists of a diffraction grating, and a high-sensitivity TIR heterodyne interferometer. As a heterodyne light beam strikes a grating, the +1st order diffraction beam is generated. The light then penetrates into a high-sensitivity TIR apparatus at an angle larger than a critical angle. A wavelength variation will change the diffractive angle of the +1st order beam, thus inducing a phase difference variation of the light beam emerging from the TIR apparatus. The numerical simulation demonstrated that the sensitivity and the resolution of 3.6/nm and 0.01nm can be achieved.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P020
Ming-Syuan Chen The principles for designing a tunable achromatic phase retarder using liquid crystal

We propose a new method to design a tunable achromatic phase retarder using nematic liquid crystal and the simulation result shows such method has high accuracy phase retardation.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P021
Wang Yu-Cong To Build the Optic Fiber SPR Design Platform Based on LabVIEW

Build optical fiber surface plasmon resonance (SPR) design platform on the basis of LabVIEW, PMMA plastic optical fiber virtual simulation results show that if the grinding surface adds the 40nm silver-plated film, which can produce a preferred optic fiber SPR sensor. The relationship between the resonance wavelength and the refractive index can be obtained.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P022
Ruey-Ching Twu Compact Displacement Sensor for Liquid Concentration Measurements

A compact displacement sensor utilizing a phase interrogation is proposed to be applied on the liquid concentration measurements. The disposable and cheap flow cell provides simple and repeatable measurements for some special solutions.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P023
Ren Wen Li A Motorized Polarimeter for Sugar and Fructose

A polarimeter using step motors to improve the accuracy of optical activity measurement is proposed. The proposed set-up system measures the optical activity of test solution automatically. The rotation of polarized light can be determined at real time. As the experiment results, the resolution of the proposed polarimeter is 0.09° .

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P024
Yi-Yang Chen Investigation of Improving Beam Quality by the Knife-Edge Applied on the Laser Spot Welding

This paper presents an application of industry-standard measurement methods for the study of beam quality. Adopt ISO11146 in this study, laser beam quality through the use of knife-edge for saving the energy and increasing the precision of graphics spot welding. Focal length 17.4cm is the best quality.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P025
Chih-Ching Cheng Dove Prism Type Senor for Hydrogen Peroxide by using Heterodyne Interferometry

In this study, we take heterodyne interferometry to measure the phase variation to obtain the concentration of hydrogen peroxide, The results showed that the precision measurement can be achieved by proposed method.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P026
Hou-Chi Chiang Verification of optical distribution by ray tracing method for Optical Encoder

Precision positioning of motor are important in industry. In this study we propose the verification of optical distribution by ray tracing method for optical rotary encoder. In comparison with the numerical integration solution based on radiometry theory and ray tracing simulation.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P027
Chuen-Lin Tien Optimization Design of Compact Ultra-Wide Angle Fisheye Lenses

This paper presents the optimization design of compact ultra-wide angle fisheye lenses. The design results have a full-viewing angle of 174°, total length of less than 15 mm, spot size of less than 6 μm, lateral color within ± 1 μm, field curvature within ± 0.02mm and F-θ distortion ±3.5%.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P028
Guan-Hua Chen Lens Design for Non-axisymmetric Projection Illumination with LED Light Sources

In this paper, a lens design method is presented for non-axisymmetric projection illumination with LED light sources. By using this method, an LED projection lens with a beam angle of 60 by 40 deg is achieved, and the yellow halo, which appears in the projected beam spot, is also reduced.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P029
Lin Jia Jing Visible Multi-spectral detect for the edge of melanin by Fuzzy c-means clustering

This study uses non-contact optical imaging for detection of skin melanin, light sources using multiband Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) to shoot test images, in order to make more melanin for skin location for analysis.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P030
Wei Jin Huang Study of surface plasma effects on a periodic array silver-shell nanorods

Abstract—We investigate the optical properties of a periodic array silver-shell nanorods by using three-dimensional finite element method. We compare the difference effects on various medium (water and air) filled inside the nanorod and the field intensity and absorption measured in the gap.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P031
Hung Pei Hsiu Simulation of a Diffractive Optical Encoder

Circular diffractive optical encoder (DOE) is an angle measurement system. Its optical design is similar to a traditional optical pickup head and composed of a light source, a patterned disc and an array of detectors. DOE can be used in automation and precision manufacturing machine.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P032
Hsueh-Yu Chao Plasmon-Mediated Oriented Attachment of Two Gold Nanorods Wu-

Plasmon-mediated oriented attachment (OA) of two nearby gold nanorods (GNRs) was studied using multiple multipole method. Numerical results show that due to the short-range interaction the end-to-end or side-by-side coalescence of the two nearby GNRs could occur, depending on the wavelength and initial postures of the two GNRs

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P033
Hao-Ting Hung Surface Enhanced Fluorescence of Silver Island Associated with Silver Nanoparticle

The coupling plasmon of a hybrid nanostructure, silver island (SI) associated with silver nanoparticle on surface enhanced fluorescence (SEF) is studied. We use the multiple multipole (MMP) method to analyze the plasmonic enhancement factor on the fluorescence of a molecule located in the gap zone. Results show that the enhancement factor of the hybrid nanostructure on SEF is higher than that of a SI alone due to the coupled gap mode.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P034
Yen-Cheng Chen Plasmon-mediated Binding Forces on Gold or Silver Dimer

Plasmon-mediated optical binding forces exerted on metal dimers induced by the normal illumination of a linearly polarized (LP) plane wave is studied theoretically by using MMP method. Numerical results show that for a fixed wavelength there are several distances of stable equilibrium for metal dimer bound together, little shorter than the integral multiple of the wavelength in medium. The spring constant of the first stable equilibrium is always the maximum, indicating the most stable one. Additionally, the central line (orientation) of a metallic dimer tends to be perpendicular to the polarization of light.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P035
Puspa Devi Pukhrambam Smart Meter Data Management via a Fault Monitoring Channel

The propose scheme can successfully monitor the occurrence of damages to distribution fibers even if the fault overlaps the event of another ONU, localize a damaged fiber, and transfer 10 Mb/s smart meter data over the fault-monitoring channel by using a swept frequency-tone light-source mode at the OLT.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P036
Wen-Yen Chang Numerical Simulation on the Field Distribution of a Radiating Dipole in a Nanorod Array

An array scanning method and a finite element method are used to simulate the field distribution of a radiating dipole in a two-dimensional hexagonal nanorod array.

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P037
Lin Sheng-Yu Development of Spatial Phase-Shifting Interferometry

This paper proposes a new Spatial Phase-Shifting Interferometry (SPSI) system. The system includes a low coherent light source module, an interferometer module, and image processing systems

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Paper No.  2015-SAT-P0502-P038
Liou Shang-jay Homodyne laser interferometer for displacement measurement using quadrant photodetector

This research has constructed the interferometer. The experimental results of using this constructed interferometer demonstrate that the measurement range and speed can achieve under 150mm and under 18mm/sec, respectively, and the measurement precision is 0.1 mm.

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