• “Interferometry and Ophthalmics,” Greivenkamp, J., Primeau, B., Goodwin, E., Micali, J., Heideman, K., Williby, G., Spaulding, R., Proceedings of the 50th OSC Conference, SPIE Optics + Photonics, August, 2014
  • "What is Telecentricity?," Jim Michalski, Edmund Optics Website: http://www.edmundoptics.com/downloads/telecentricity.pdf
  • “Contact Lenses,” McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, 2003
  • "Surface Stress Measurements on Tempered Auto Glass Samples", C.L. Shepard, M.A. Khaleel, B.D. Cannon, A.A. Alfoqaha'a, J. Haywood, K.K. Koram - 18th International Congress of Glass Proceedings, 1998.
  • "Compact three-mirror anastigmat with reflective lens," Paul K. Manhart ; K. S. Ellis ; James E. Michalski ; Richard N. Pfisterer, Proc. SPIE 3482, International Optical Design Conference 1998, 282 (September 21, 1998); doi:10.1117/12.322016
  • "3D Measurement of Stress within Tempered Glass Plates", B.D. Cannon, S.W. Sharpe, M.A. Khaleel, C.L. Shepard, J.Haywood, K.K. Koram - 18th International Congress of Glass Proceedings, 1998.
  • "Automated Counting System for the ECE Fragmentation Test", J. Haywood, T. Ladewski, J.W.V. Miller, M. Shridhar and W. Merril - 18th International Congress of Glass Proceedings, 1998.
  • "Hyperspectral Identify Friend/Foe Feasibility Demonstration,” Olsen, J., Shimshock, R., Spaulding, R., NATO Technical Symposium, Queen Elizabeth II Center, London, UK, 1997
  • "Automated Counting System for the ECE Fragmentation Test", J. Haywood, T. Ladewski, J.W.V. Miller, M. Shridhar and W. Merril - 1997 Glass Processing Days Conference Proceedings.
  • "The State of the Art of Float Glass Inspection: A Case Study", J. Haywood, J.F. Claridge - 1996 ISATA Conference Proceedings
  • "Four Heads Better than One", Jim Haywood and John Claridge, "Glass" May 1996, 192.
  • "A Measurement of the Primordial Helium Abundance Using Mu Cassiopeiae", J.W. Haywood, D.J. Hegyi and D.H. Gudehus, 1992, Astrophysical Journal, 392, 172.
  • "A Measurement of the Primordial Helium Abundance Using Mu Cassiopeiae", J.W. Haywood, D.J. Hegyi, 1988, Dark Matter: Proceedings of the XXIIIrd Rencontre de Moriond, 261
  • "An Upper Limit of the Primordial He4 Abundance from Speckle Interferometric Observations of Mu Cassiopeiae", James W. Haywood, Ph.D. thesis, 1987.
  • "Automated Counting System for the ECE Fragmentation Test", J. Haywood, T. Ladewski, J.W.V. Miller, M. Shridhar and W. Merril - 18th International Congress of Glass Proceedings, 1998.
  • "The State of the Art of Float Glass Inspection: A Case Study" J. Haywood, J.F. Claridge - 1996 ISATA Conference Proceedings

Publications

  • US 9,056,432, "High-Density Mask for Three-Dimensional Substrates and Methods for Making the same."
  • US 9,046,698, "Multi-axis lens design for astigmatism."
  • US 9,024,276, "Contact Lens Storage Case Surface Disinfection."
  • US 9,016,859, “Presbyopia lens with pupil size correction based on level of refractive error.”
  • US 8,974,055, "Method and Apparatus for Encapsulating a Rigid Insert in a Contact Lens for Correcting Vision in Astigmatic Patients."
  • US 8,969,830, "Ophthalmic Lens Disinfecting Base Unit with Programmable and Communication Elements."
  • US 8,950,862, "Methods and Apparatus for an Ophthalmic Lens with Functional Insert Layers."
  • US 8,942,841, "Lens Storage Unit with Programmable and Communication Elements for Monitoring the Condition of Lenses and their Response to Geo-Spatial Phenomena."
  • US 8,911,080,  “Usage Compliance Indicator for Contact Lenses.”
  • US 8,867,141, "Lens with Multi-Concave Meniscus Wall."
  • US 8,820,924,  “Inversion Marking for Contact Lenses.”
  • US 8,767,309, "Lens with Multi-Convex Meniscus Wall."
  • US 8,767,308, "Negative Add Liquid Meniscus Lens."
  • US 8,743,467, "Lens with Conical Frustrum Meniscus Wall."
  • US 8,721,074, "Electrical Interconnects in an Electronic Contact Lens."
  • US 8,721,073, "Ophthalmic lens with repeating wave patterns."
  • US 8,693,104, "Lens with Compound Linear-Convex Meniscus Wall."
  • US 8,687,280, "Liquid Meniscus Lens including Meniscus Walls with Microchannels."
  • US 8,685,292, "Method for manufacturing ophthalmic lenses using circular blanks."
  • US 8,665,526, "Arcuate Liquid Meniscus Lens."
  • US 8,641,194, “System for in vivo analysis of tear film in human eye via phase shifting interferometry.”
  • US 8,638,502, "Liquid Meniscus Lens with Non-Spherical Meniscus Wall."
  • US 8,638,501, "Liquid Meniscus Lens with Convex Torus-Segment Meniscus Wall."
  • US 8,634,145, "Liquid Meniscus Lens with Concave Torus-Segment Meniscus Wall."

Patents*

*Company Principals are Inventors on the listed patents which may owned by one or more third parties

  • US 8,528,728, "Ophthalmic Lens Disinfecting Storage Case."
  • US 8,526,113, "Liquid Meniscus Lens including Gradient Thickness Dielectric Coating."
  • US 8,427,636, “Cuvette for Ophthalmic Lenses.”
  • US 8,393,733, “Lenses for the correction of presbyopia and methods of designing the lenses.”
  • US 8,348,717, "Polishing wheel."
  • US 8,026,101, "Failure detection in automated clinical analyzer."
  • US 7,753,521, “Lenses for the correction of presbyopia and methods of designing the lenses.”
  • US 7,625,086, “Methods of Designing Multifocal Contact Lenses.”
  • US 7,494,305, "Raster cutting technology for ophthalmic lenses."
  • US 7,364,291, “Contact lenses with light blocking rings.”
  • US 7,300,152, “Contact lenses and methods for their design”
  • US 7,226,163, “Methods for Designing Tinted Contact Lenses.”
  • US 7,088,153, “Interferometry Testing of Lenses and Systems and Devices for Same.”
  • US 6,899,425, “Multifocal Contact Lens.”
  • US 5,958,789, "Reduction in positive bias in wet assays due to splashing."
  • US 5,753,512, "Determining liquid volumes in cup-like vessels on a rotor having vertical deviations."
  • US 5,724,140, "Method and Apparatus for Determining the Quality of Flat Glass Sheet."
  • US 5,736,403, "Determining height variations around a rotor."
  • US 5,582,222, "Bottle closure mechanism using a sliding shutter."
  • US 5,567,387, "Cuvette conveyor and sensor."
  • US 5,456,883, "Mechanism for reading and removing reaction cuvettes in an incubator."
  • US 5,441,891, "Transfer mechanism within an incubator."
  • US 5,424,837, "Tube diameter measuring apparatus and method."
  • US 5,366,697, "Tray and magnetic conveyor."
  • US 5,104,231, "Vortex mixer drive."
  • US 4,853,751, "Disc film and lens supporting unit."

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