LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Erez Ribak home page. Email eribak ҩ physics.technion.ac.il

Department of Physics, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa 32000, Israel

January 2021


A. Papers

1.               E Ribak and E Gazit: Simple non-polarizing high-frequency modulator for interferometry. Journal of Physics E 14, 804 (1981). copy.

2.               E Ribak and S G Lipson: Complex spatial coherence function: its measurement by means of a phase-modulated shearing interferometer. Applied Optics 20, 1102 (1981). copy.

3.               K Weiser, E Ribak, A Klein, and A Ainhorn: Recombination of photocarriers in lead-tin-telluride. Infrared Physics 21, 149 (1981).

4.               E Ribak and E Leibowitz: Shearing Stellar interferometer: 1. Digital data analysis scheme. Applied Optics 24, 3088 (1985). copy (2 parts)

5.               E Ribak, E Leibowitz, and E K Hege: Shearing Stellar interferometer: 2. Opto- electronic phase-locked system. Applied Optics 24, 3094 (1985). copy (2 parts)

6.               J C Christou, E K Hege, J D Freeman, and E Ribak: A self-calibrating shift-and-add technique for speckle imaging. Journal of the Optical Society of America A 3, 204 (1986). copy

7.               J C Christou, E Ribak, E K Hege, and J D Freeman: Images from astronomical speckle data: weighted shift-and-add analysis. Optical Engineering 25, 724 (1986).

8.               E Ribak: Astronomical imaging by filtered, weighted shift-and-add technique. Journal of the Optical Society of America A 3, 2069 (1986). copy

9.               E Ribak: Phase closure with a rotational shear interferometer. Applied Optics 26, 196 (1987). copy

10.           E Ribak, C Roddier, F Roddier, and J B Breckinridge: Signal to noise limitations in white-light holography. Applied Optics 27, 1183 (1988). copy

11.           E N Ribak, J Adler, and S. G. Lipson: Telescope phasing and ground states of solid-on-solid models. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 23, L809 (1990). copy

12.           Y Hoffman and E N Ribak: Constrained realizations of Gaussian fields: a simple algorithm. Astrophysical Journal Letters 380, L5 (1991). copy

13.           Y Hoffman and E N Ribak: Primordial gaussian perturbation fields: constrained realizations. Astrophysical Journal 384, 448 (1992). copy

14.           S Kostianowski, S G Lipson, and E N Ribak: Interference microscopy and Fourier fringe analysis applied to measuring spatial refractive index distribution. Applied Optics 32, 4744 (1993). copy

15.           C Schwartz, E N Ribak, and G. Baum: Turbulence degraded wave fronts as fractal surfaces. Journal of the Optical Society of America A 11, 444 (1994). copy

16.           C Schwartz, E N Ribak, and S G Lipson: Bimorph adaptive mirrors and curvature sensing. Journal of the Optical Society of America A 11, 895 (1994). copy

17.           Y Baharav, E N Ribak, and J Shamir: Atmospheric tomography using a fringe pattern in the sodium layer. Optics Letters 19, 242 (1994). copy

18.           E N Ribak and F Rigaut: Asteroids as reference stars for high resolution astronomy. Astronomy and Astrophysics 289, L47 (1994). copy

19.           Y Baharav, E N Ribak, and J Shamir: Wide field analysis of turbulence layers using fringes in the mesosphere. Journal of the Optical Society of America A 13, 1083 (1996). copy

20.           E N Ribak, E Gershnik, and M Cheselka: Atmospheric scintillations as a remote wave-front sensor. Optics Letters 21, 435 (1996). copy

21.           E Gershnik and E N Ribak: Light propagation through multilayer atmospheric turbulence. Optics Communications 142, 99-105 (1997). copy

22.           O Nesher and E N Ribak: Retrieval of critical current distribution in small Josephson junctions. Applied Physics Letters 71, 1249 (1997). copy

23.           E N Ribak and S Ebstein: A fast modal wave-front sensor. Optics Express 9, 152-7 (2001). copy

24.           E N Ribak: Harnessing caustics for wave front sensing. Optics Letters 26, 1834-6 (2001).  draft,  and a great demo.

25.           E N Ribak, R Ragazzoni, V A Parfenov: Radio plasma fringes as guide stars: tracking the global tilt, Astronomy and Astrophysics 410, 365-73 (2003). draft PDF

26.           Y Carmon and E N Ribak: Phase retrieval by demodulation of a Hartmann-Shack sensor, Optics Communications 215, 285 - 288 (2003).  draft

27.           E Ribak, Separating Atmospheric Layers in Adaptive Optics, Optics Letters 28, 613-5 (2003). draft

28.           E N Ribak and R Ragazzoni: Reduction of laser spot elongation in adaptive optics, Optics Letters 29 1351-3 (2004). draft

29.           A Talmi and E N Ribak: Direct demodulation of Hartmann-Shack patterns, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 21, 632-9 (2004). draft, sample Matlab programme.

30.           Y Carmon and E N Ribak: Fast Fourier demodulation, Applied Physics Letters 84, 4656-7 (2004). draft

31.           N Zon, O Srour, and E N Ribak: Hartmann-Shack analysis errors. Optics Express 14, 635-643 (2006).

32.           A Talmi and E N Ribak: Wavefront reconstruction from its gradients. Journal of the Optical Society of America A 23, 288-97 (2006). draft and sample programmes.

33.           S Vinikman-Pinhasi and E N Ribak: Piezoelectric and piezooptic effects in porous silicon, Applied Physics Letters 88, 111905-6 (2006). draft

34.           S Zommer, E N Ribak, S G Lipson, and J Adler: Simulated annealing in ocular adaptive optics, Optics Letters 31, 939-41 (2006). draft

35.           A Ofir and E N Ribak: Off-Line, Multi-Detector Intensity Interferometers I: Theory, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 368, 1646-51 (2006). draft (see Intensity Interferometry)

36.           A Ofir and E N Ribak: Off-Line, Multi-Detector Intensity Interferometers II: Implications and Applications, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 386, 1651-6 (2006). draft

37.           Y Zabar, E N Ribak and S G Lipson: Measurement of the spatial response of a detector pixel, Micron 38, 176-9 (2007). draft

38.           O Glazer, E N Ribak and L Mirkin: Adaptive optics implementation with a Fourier reconstructor, Applied Optics 46, 574-80 (2007). draft

39.           C Canovas and E N Ribak: Comparison of Hartmann analysis methods, Applied Optics 46, 1830-5 (2007). draft

40.           Y Benny, S Manzanera, P M Prieto, E N Ribak and P Artal: Wide-angle chromatic aberration corrector for the human eye, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 24, 1538-44 (2007) draft

41.           E N Ribak, M Gai, D Loreggia and S G Lipson: A simple beam combination for stellar interferometry, Optics Letters 32, 1075-7 (2007) draft, movies

42.           V Albanis, E N Ribak, and Y Carmon: Reduction of speckles in retinal reflection, Applied Physics Letters 91, 054104 (2007). draft, retina movie frequency scan, 1.5MB, cornea movie, 2MB (you might have to first Save, then Run these AVI movies)

43.           A Stup, E M Cimet, E N Ribak and V Albanis: Acousto-Optic Wave Front Sensing and Reconstruction, Applied Optics 48, A1-A4 (2008). draft

44.           E N Ribak and S Gladysz: Fainter and closer: finding planets by symmetry breaking, Optics Express 16, 15553-62 (2008). draft, lab movie

45.           Y Carmon and E N Ribak: Centroid distortion of a wavefront with varying amplitude due to asymmetry in lens diffraction, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 26, 85-90 (2009). draft

46.           A Labin and E N Ribak: Retinal Glial cells enhance human vision acuity, Physical Review Letters 104, 158102 (2010). draft, (see retina web page for explanations, movies)

47.           A Talmi and E N Ribak: Compression of periodic images for faster phase retrieval, Applied Optics 49, 6116-26 (2010). draft

48.           A M Labin and E N Ribak: How the Inverted Retina Enhances Vision Acuity, Optics & Photonics News 21, 25-25 (2010) draft

49.           E N Ribak and A M Labin: Light propagation explains our inverted retina, SPIE Newsroom DOI: 10.1117/2.1201009.003189 (2010) draft

50.           N Meitav and E N Ribak: Improving retinal image resolution with iterative weighted shift-and-add, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 28, 1395-402 (2011). draft

51.           N Meitav and E N Ribak: Measuring the ordering of closely packed particles, Applied Physics Letters 99, 221910-3 (2011). draft

52.           N Meitav and E N Ribak: Estimation of the ocular point spread function by retina modeling, Optics Letters 37, 1466-8 (2012). draft

53.           E Schwartz, S G. Lipson and E N Ribak: Enhanced interferometric identification of spectra in habitable extra-solar planets, Astronomical Journal 144, 71 (2012). draft

54.           N Meitav, E N Ribak and A V Goncharov: Improving retinal imaging by corneal refractive index matching, Optics Letters 38, 745-7 (2013). draft

55.           G Molodij, E N Ribak, M Glanc and G Chenegros: Enhancing retinal images by extracting structural information, Optics Communications 313, 321-8 (2013). draft

56.           A M Labin, S K Safuri, E N Ribak and I Perlman: Mueller cells separate between wavelengths to improve day vision with minimal effect upon night vision, Nature Communications 5, 4319 (2014). draft

57.           A M Labin and E N Ribak: Color sorting by retinal waveguides, Optics Express 22, 32208-13 (2014). draft

58.           G Molodij, E N Ribak, M Glanc and G Chenegros: Enhancing retinal images by nonlinear registration, Optics Communications 342, 157-66 (2015). draft

59.           I Paykin, L Yacobi, J Adler, and E N Ribak: Phasing a segmented telescope Physics Review E 91, 023302 (2015) draft

60.           E N Ribak and Y Shulami: Compression of intensity interferometry signals, Experimental Astronomy 41, 145-157 (2016) draft

61.           N Meitav, E N Ribak and S Shoham: Point spread function estimation from projected speckle illumination, Light: Science& Applications 5e16048 (2016) draft

62.           E Schwartz, S G. Lipson and E N Ribak: Improving identification of weak spectral lines in the presence of a strong continuum, Astrophysics and Space Science 361, 166 (2016) draft

63.           A N Kellerer and E N Ribak: Beyond the diffraction limit via optical amplification, Optics Letters 41, 3181-4 (2016) draft

64.           G Shoulga and E N Ribak: Towards spectral intensity interferometry, Applied Optics 56, A23-30 (2017) draft

65.           E Schwartz and E N Ribak: Enhanced sampling of 2D interference patterns, Applied Optics 56, 1977-81 (2017) draft

66.           N. Goulinski and E N Ribak: Capture of free-floating planets by planetary systems, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 473, 1589-95 (2018) draft,  Sky at Night coverage

 


B. Invited Reviews, Chapters in Books, and Reports

  1. J B Breckinridge, E Ribak, C Roddier, F Roddier, and C Habecker: Real time optical correlation using white light Fourier transforms. Final Report of the Technical Work, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA (1988).
  2. H S Orbach, D J Felleman, E N Ribak, and D C Van Essen: Visualization of cortical connections with voltage sensitive dyes, in Analysis and modelling of neural systems, Ed. F H Eeckman, Kluwer Academic Publishers (1990).
  3. A Ben-Shalom, A D Devir, E Ribak, E T Talmore, L S Balfour, and N Brandman: Different aspects of backgrounds in various spectral bands, SPIE conference on Characterization, propagation, and simulation of sources and backgrounds, SPIE 1468, 238 (1991).
  4. E Ribak: Laser guide stars and adaptive optics. Spectrum (in Hebrew), November 1992.
  5. E Ribak: Deformable Mirrors, in NATO Advanced Study Institute summer school on Adaptive Optics for Astronomy, Cargese, Corsica. NATO Advanced Study Series C 423, 149, Eds. J-M Mariotti and D Alloin, Kluwer Academic Publishers (1993). Breakfast with D Fried.
  6. E Ribak: Piezoelectrically bendable mirrors for spatial modulation of light, Report to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA (1993).
  7. E Ribak: Atmospheric turbulence, speckles, and adaptive optics, in Nonlinear signal and image analysis, Eds H E Kandrup and J R Buchler, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 808, 193 (1997).
  8. G D Love, E Ribak, S G Lipson, I Moshe, Tutorial workshop on adaptive optics , May 1999.
  9. E Ribak: Radio heating of the ionosphere for adaptive optics and radio astronomy. Plenary talk, in URSI Israel meeting, Haifa (1998).
  10. E Ribak: Wide field of view adaptive optics, in Adaptive Optics Engineering Handbook, Ed R K Tyson, Marcel Dekker (2000). Draft (1.3MB).
  11. E Ribak: Adaptive optics for communications, in URSI Israel meeting, Tel Aviv (2000).
  12. E Ribak:  Measuring turbulence in an extended field of view, in Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems VI, Eds A Kohnle, and J D Gonglewski, Barcelona, EUROPTO-SPIE 4167-18 (2000). draft
  13. E Ribak: Optical Instruments, Imaging Optics, Aegean summer school in vision optics, Chalkidiki, Greece (2002).
  14. E Ribak: Geometrical Optics, Imaging Optics, Aegean summer school in vision optics, Santorini, Greece (2003).
  15. E Ribak: Fundamental limits on wave front sensing, SHARP-EYE summer school on vision optics, Murcia, Spain (2004).
  16. E Ribak: Adaptive optics and its application to retinal imaging, International Meeting Hi-Tech technologies: Electro-optics, Tel Aviv (2004).
  17. E Ribak: From astronomy to vision: image sharpening in the sky and in the eye, Shomu-Samaim series on space and astronomy, the Hebrew Univesity, Jerusalem (2006).
  18. E Ribak: Imaging planets in other solar systems, OASIS 2, or The 12th Meeting on Optical Engineering and Science in Israel, Tel Aviv (2009).
  19. E Ribak: Microscopy and adaptive optics, for astronomical and ocular imaging, Super and High Resolution Conference, Lipica, Slovenia (2009).
  20. E Ribak: Light-tissue interaction in the retina, European Optical Society 5th European Meeting on Visual and Physiological Optics, Stockholm (2010).
  21. E Ribak, N Meitav: Improving Retinal Resolution by Simple Data Collection and Analysis, OASIS 4, or The 14th Meeting on Optical Engineering and Science in Israel, Tel Aviv (2013).
  22. E Ribak, A M Labin, S K Safuri and I Perlman, How the retina sorts colours into cones and rods, Visual and Physiological Optics, Wroclaw (2014).

89.    E N Ribak, Quantum super-resolution and spectral intensity interferometry, High Time Resolution Astrophysics, Marostica, Italy, November 27-28 (2017).


C. Meetings

90.    E Ribak: A shearing, modulating interferometer. ESO conference on High Resolution Interferometry, Munich, 101-4 (1981).

91.    A Ben-Shalom, A D Devir, S G Lipson, U P Oppenheim and E Ribak: Absorption of Infrared Radiation by Atmospheric Water Vapor in the Region 4.3-5.5 and 8-13 micron, Proc. of the Third Intrn. Conf. on Infrared Physics, Zurich (1984).

92.    E Ribak, E K Hege and J C Christou: Identification of speckles by matched filtering. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 16, 885 (1985).

93.    A Ben-Shalom, A D Devir, S G Lipson, U P Oppenheim and E Ribak: Absorption of infrared radiation by atmospheric vapor in the region 4.3-5.5 and 8-13 micron. OSA second topical meeting on Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere, Incline Village, Nevada (1985).

94.    E Ribak, E K Hege, and J C Christou: Use of matched filtering to identify speckle locations. SPIE international conference on Speckle, SPIE 556, 196-201 (1985).

95.    J C Christou, E K Hege, J D Freeman, and E Ribak: Images from astronomical speckle data: weighted shift-and-add analysis. SPIE international conference on Speckle, SPIE 556, 255-62 (1985).

96.    J D Freeman, E Ribak, J C Christou, and E K Hege: Statistical analysis of the weighted shift-and-add reconstruction method. SPIE international conference on Speckle, SPIE 556, 279-83 (1985).

97.    E Ribak, E Leibowitz and E K Hege: Real-time fringe contrast measurement in stellar interferometry. SPIE conference on Real Time Signal Processing (VIII), SPIE 564, 201-6 (1985).

98.    A D Devir, A Ben-Shalom, S G Lipson, U P Oppenheim and E Ribak:  Long Path Atmospheric Transmittance Measurements: Technique, Instrumentation and Result, Int. Conf. on Optical and Millimeter Wave Propagation and Scattering in the Atmosphere, Proc. 235-45. Florence, Italy (1986).

99.    E Ribak: Filtered, weighted, shift-and-add: theory and practice. ESO/NOAO workshop on Interferometric Imaging in Astronomy, Oracle, AZ, J W Goad, Ed., 55-8 (1987).

100. E Ribak: Phase relations in a rotational shear interferogram. ESO/NOAO workshop on Interferometric Imaging in Astronomy, Oracle, AZ, J W Goad, Ed., 215-8 (1987).

101. P Connes, F Roddier, S Shaklan, and E Ribak: Fiber-linked telescope arrays on the ground and in space. ESA workshop on Optical Interferometry in Space, Granada, Spain, ESA SP-273, 73-83 (1987).

102. S P Synnott, E Freeland, E Ribak, and E Tubbs: NASA-JPL study on optical imaging interferometry. ESA workshop on Optical Interferometry in Space, Granada, Spain, ESA SP-273, 113-7 (1987).

103. J Salzman and E Ribak: Spatial coherence measurements in laser arrays and broad-area configuration lasers. Topical meeting on Semiconductor Lasers, Albuquerque, New Mexico (1987).

104. D J Diner, J van Zyl, V wright, E Tubbs, D L Jones, J F Appleby, and E Ribak: Direct imaging of earth-like extra-solar planets in the visible and infra-red. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society (1987).

105. A D Devir, A Ben-Shalom, S G Lipson, U P Oppenheim and E Ribak:  Long-path atmospheric transmittance measurements: technique, instrumentation, and results. Infrared Technology XIII, SPIE 819-10 (1987).

106. E K Hege, E Ribak, and J C Christou: Experience with the match filtered, weighted shift-and-add method. Digital Image Recovery and Synthesis, SPIE 828, 54-61 (1987).

107. E Ribak: Phase relations and imaging in pupil plane interferometry. NOAO-ESO Conference on High Resolution Imaging by Interferometry, Proc. ESO 29, 271-80, Munich (1988).

108. E Ribak, E B Hochberg, N A Page, S P Synnott, and J B Breckinridge: Beam combination in a multi-telescope, monolithic interferometer. Proc. ESO 29, 1105-16, Munich (1988).

109. D L Jones, D J Diner, V G Wright, R P Korechoff, J F Appleby, E N Ribak, E F Tubbs, and J J van Zyl: Imaging with Bracewell Interferometers. Proc ESO 29, 1057-70, Munich (1988).

110. E Ribak: Combining beams in a multi-telescope interferometer. OSA Topical Meeting on Space Optics for Astrophysics and earth and planetary remote sensing, North Falmouth, MA (1988).

111. D J Diner, E Tubbs, J F Appleby, V G Duval, S L Gaiser, D L Jones, R P Korechoff, E Ribak, and J van Zyl: Comparison of imaging approaches for extrasolar planet detection. OSA Topical Meeting on Space Optics for Astrophysics and earth and planetary remote sensing, North Falmouth, MA (1988).

112. D J Diner, J F Appleby, V Duval, S L Gaiser, R P Korechoff, E Ribak, E Tubbs, and J J van Zyl: Extrasolar Planet Imaging and Characterization using Interferometry. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 20, 877 (1988).

113. E Ribak: White light image processing by rotational shear interferometry. The Sixth Meeting in Israel on Optical Engineering, SPIE 1038, 46-54 (1989).

114. E Ribak, E K Hege, N V Strobel, and J C Christou: Shift-and-Add for astronomical imaging. The Sixth Meeting in Israel on Optical Engineering, SPIE 1038, 405-17 (1989).

115. E Ribak: Astronomical imaging by pupil plane interferometry. The Sixth Meeting in Israel on Optical Engineering, SPIE 1038, 418-26 (1989).

116. E Ribak, J Adler, and S G Lipson: Telescope phasing and groundstates of solid-on-solid models. Bulletin of the Israel Physical Society 35, 10.14 (1989).

117. E Ribak, J Adler, and S G Lipson: Telescope phasing by simulated annealing. SPIE's 1990 Symposium on Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation for the 21st Century, SPIE 1237 (1990).

118. E Ribak, S G Lipson, and C Schwartz: Thin mirror adaptation by simulated annealing. ESO Conference on high-resolution imaging by interferometry II, Munich (1991).

119. E Ribak, S G Lipson, and C Schwartz: High performance, affordable agile mirror. Air Force workshop on Declassification of Military Technology: Laser Guide Stars, Albuquerque, NM 10-12 March (1992).

120. C Schwartz, G Baum, and E Ribak: Fractal character of turbulence-degraded wavefronts. The Eighth Meeting in Israel on Optical Engineering, SPIE 1971, 476, M Oron, I Shladov, Y Weissman, Eds (1992). draft

121. E Ribak, C Schwartz, and S G Lipson: Bimorph mirror - theoretical limits and technical Aspects. The Eighth Meeting in Israel on Optical Engineering, SPIE 1971, 468, M Oron, I Shladov, Y Weissman, Eds (1992). draft.

122. E Ribak: Optical phasing by simulated annealing. Digest of The Second French-Israeli Workshop on Optical Computing, 29, Tel-Aviv (1992).

123. E Ribak, C Schwartz, and S G Lipson: Bimorph adaptive mirrors: construction and theory. ICO-16 Satellite Conference on Active and Adaptive Optics, 313, F. Merkle, Ed., Munich (1993).

124. E Ribak, C Schwartz, and G Baum: Fractal wave fronts: simulation and prediction for adaptive optics. ICO-16 Satellite Conference on Active and Adaptive Optics, 205, F. Merkle, Ed., Munich (1993).

125. Y Baharav, E Ribak, and J Shamir: Multi-layer wave front sensing using a projected fringe pattern. ICO-16 Satellite Conference on Active and Adaptive Optics, F. Merkle, Ed., Munich (1993).

126. C Schwartz, G Baum, E Ribak and S G Lipson: Fractal nature of atmospherically degraded wave fronts - an aid to prediction. Meeting on Adaptive optics in astronomy, SPIE 2201, 180, M A Ealey, F Merkle, Eds, (1994).

127. E Ribak, Y Baharav, and J Shamir: Compensated imaging over arcminutes with fringes in the sodium layer. Meeting on Adaptive optics in astronomy, SPIE 2201, 381, M A Ealey, F Merkle, Eds, (1994). draft

128. S G Lipson, E Ribak, and C Schwartz: Bimorph deformable mirror design. Meeting on Adaptive optics in astronomy, SPIE 2201, 703, M A Ealey, F Merkle, Eds, (1994).

129. E Ribak: Remote wave-front sensing using atmospheric scintillations. The Ninth Meeting on Optical Engineering in Israel, SPIE 2426, 128-33, I Shladov, Ed (1994).

130. E N Ribak: Are scintillations indeed noise for wave front sensing? Optical Society of America Meeting on Adaptive Optics in Astronomy, 347, M. Cullum, Ed. Munich. ESO Proceedings 54 (1995).

131. E N Ribak: Atmospheric scintillations for measuring remote wave fronts. in Optics in atmospheric propagation and adaptive systems, A Kohnle, Ed, SPIE 2580, 166-72 (1995). draft

132. E N Ribak: Evidence for scintillation correlation. Adaptive Optics, OSA Technical Digest 13, Maui, Hawaii (1996).

133. E Gershnik and E N Ribak: Light propagation through multilayer atmospheric turbulence. The Tenth Meeting on Optical Engineering in Israel, I Shladov, S R Rotman, Eds, SPIE 3110, 34-43 (1997).

134. Nesher and E N Ribak: Retrieving the critical current spatial distribution in Josephson Junctions. Bulletin of the Israel Physical Society 43, 59, (1997).

135. E Ribak: Tomographic measurement of the atmosphere by artificial plasma fringes.  ESO Workshop on Laser Technology for Laser Guide Star Adaptive Optics Astronomy, 187-91. N. Hubin, Ed. ESO Proceedings 55 (1997). draft

136. E Ribak:  Alternative guide stars for adaptive optics. Adaptive optical systems technologies, D Bonaccini and R K Tyson, Eds, SPIE 3353, 320-9 (1998). draft

137. Nesher, E Gershnik, and E N Ribak: Calculation of critical currents in Josephson Junctions. Bulletin of the Israel Physical Society 44, 55, (1998).

138. E N Ribak: Plasma light beacons for astronomical adaptive optics. Bulletin of the Israel Physical Society 44, 160, (1998).

139. E N Ribak: Radio created plasma beacons for atmospheric tomography. Atmospheric Propagation, Adaptive Systems, and Lidar Techniques for Remote Sensing II, A D Devir, A Kohnle, Eds, SPIE 3494, 140-5 (1998).

140. E N Ribak: Experimental limits on curvature sensing. Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems III, A Kohnle, and J D Gonglewski, Eds, SPIE 3866, 217-21 (1999). draft.

141. E N Ribak and S Vinikman: Curvature sensing and intensity transport. The 2nd International workshop on Adaptive Optics for industry and medicine, G D Love, Ed, World Scientific, 254-9 (1999).

142. E N Ribak and S Vinikman:  Experimentation with curvature sensing . Conference on wavefront sensing and its applications. C Solomon, Ed, Canterbury, UK (1999).

143. E N Ribak, R Ragazzoni, and V A Parfenov: Tracking the global tilt using tails of radio guide stars. Adaptive optical system technology, P L Wizinowich, Ed, SPIE 4007, 316-21, (2000). draft (210KB)

144. S Vinikman, E N Ribak: High-resolution curvature sensing. High-Resolution Wavefront Control: Methods, Devices, and Applications II, SPIE 4124-14 (2000).

145. E Ribak: "Measuring turbulence in an extended field of view", in Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems VI, Eds A Kohnle, and J D Gonglewski, Barcelona, EUROPTO-SPIE 4167-18 (2000).

146. E N Ribak and S Vinikman, Wave front sensing and intensity transport, Proc. 2nd International Workshop: Adaptive optics for industry and medicine,, Ed: G Love, World Scientific, 254-9 (2000).

147. E N Ribak, R Ragazzoni and V A Parfenov: Radio plasma fringes as guide stars: tracking the global tilt, Wave Propagation in the Atmosphere and Adaptive Optics, V P Lukin, Ed, SPIE 4338, 118-26 (2000). draft

148. E N Ribak: Wave Front Sensing at a Variable Pitch, Beyond Conventional Adaptive Optics, R Ragazzoni, Ed, Venice (2001). draft , Poster intro , hexagonal cell, and a great demo.

149. E N Ribak and R Ragazzoni: Low power laser guide stars and wide field of view, Beyond Conventional Adaptive Optics, R Ragazzoni, Ed, Venice (2001).  draft

150. Y. Carmon, E. N. Ribak: Reconstructing wave fronts with varying Hartmann arrays, Eds. J R P Angel, R Gilmozzi, SPIE 4840-14 (2002).

151. E. N. Ribak, A. Laor, D. Faiman, S. Biryukov, N. Brosch : Converting PETAL, the 25m solar collector, into an astronomical research facility,  Ed W S Traub, SPIE 4838-172 (2002). draft

152. M. A. Barstow, E N Ribak, et al.: WSO: a world-class observatory for the ultraviolet,  Eds J. C. Blades, Oswald H. Siegmund, SPIE 4854-88 (2002).

153. Y. Carmon, E. N. Ribak: Spectral methods for wave fronts sensing and reconstruction, CLEO Europe /EQEC, paper CS2-1-2, Munich (2003).

154. E N Ribak and R Ragazzoni: Mitigation of spot elongation effects, 2nd Backaskog Workshop on Extremely Large Telescopes, Sweden, 9-11 September (2003). abstract, draft

155. E N Ribak: Separation of atmospheric layers, 2nd Backaskog Workshop on Extremely Large Telescopes, Sweden, 9-11 September (2003). abstract, draft

156. E N Ribak, G Perrin, S Lacour: Multiple beam combination for faint objects, SPIE 5491, 1624-9, Ed. W. A. Traub, Glasgow (2004). poster, draft.

157. E N Ribak: Interferometry following adaptive optics, SPIE 5491, 1154-9, Ed. W. A. Traub, Glasgow (2004). poster, draft.

158. S Zommer, J Adler, S G Lipson, and E N Ribak: Simulated annealing in adaptive optics for the eye retina, Bulletin of the Israel Physical Society 50, 77 (2004). abstract

159. Y Zabar, E N Ribak and S G Lipson: Measurement of the spatial response of a detector pixel, International topical conference in applied photonics: Superresoltion and photonics, Ed. L. N. Hazra, Kolkatta, India, 15-16 February (2005)

160. E N Ribak, M Gai, D Gardiol, D Loreggia and S G Lipson: Multiple anamorphic beam combination, Proc. ESO-EII Workshop on The Power of Optical/IR Interferometry: Recent Scientific Results and 2nd Generation VLTI Instrumentation, Garching, Germany, 4-8 April 2005, Ed A Richichi, in press (2005). draft

161. E N Ribak: Extraterrestrial Search Through Temporal Coherence, Proc. ESO-EII Workshop on The Power of Optical/IR Interferometry: Recent Scientific Results and 2nd Generation VLTI Instrumentation, Garching, Germany, 4-8 April 2005, Ed A Richichi, in press (2005). draft

162. M Gai, D Bonino, L Corcione, D Gardiol, M G Lattanzi, D Loreggia, G Massone, S Menardi, E Ribak: Fringe Tracking for future interferometers, JENAM 2005, Liege, Belgium 4-7 July 2005. draft

163. E N Ribak: Amplitude interferometry, ASRI workshop on formation flying and applications, Haifa, 5 July 2005.

164. W Gaessler, E Diolaiti, G Love, T Butterley, A Goncharov, S Goodsell, S Kellner, T Morris, R Myers, M Owner-Petersen and E Ribak: FP6 ELT Design Study WP 9400: Novel AO Concepts for ELT. Workshop on Instrumentation for Extremely Large Telescopes, Tom Herbst, ed., Ringberg Castle, Bavaria, Germany, 25-29 July 2005.

165. E N Ribak: High resolution imaging of the eye in adaptive optics. The First France-Israel Bi-National Workshop on NanoBioPhotonics, ed. M Shani Sekler, December 10-12, 2005, Eilat, Israel.

166. E N Ribak: Temporal coherence search for extraterrestrial signals, Bulletin of the Israel Physical Society 51, 16 (2005). abstract

167. E N Ribak, M Gai, S G Lipson and P Parahovnik: Beam combination, all with all. SPIE 6268-57, Orlando (2006). draft (1MB).

168. E N Ribak: Search for temporal coherence in the sky. SPIE 6268-160, Orlando (2006). draft.

169. A Ofir and E N Ribak: Micro-arcsec imaging from the ground with intensity interferometers. SPIE 6268-165, Orlando (2006). draft. (Intensity Interferometry)

170. E N Ribak, Y Carmon, A Talmi, O Glazer, O Srour and N Zon: Full wave front reconstruction in the Fourier domain. SPIE 6272-200, Orlando (2006). draft (800KB).

171. E N Ribak: Laser guide star projection for large telescopes. SPIE 6272-201, Orlando (2006). draft.

172. V Albanis, Y Benny, Y Carmon and E N Ribak: Ocular Wavefront Sensing using an Acousto-Optic cell as an adjustable Hartmann-Shack sensor. 5th Aegean Summer School in Visual Optics, Rethymnon Crete, Ed. Harilaos Ginis, Institute of Vision and Optics, University of Crete, Heraklion Greece, July 1-6 (2006). 

173. S Zommer and E N Ribak: Adaptive optics almost without wave front sensing. Mopane (A) 2006 Conference on Visual Optics, Ed. W F Harris, Mopani Camp, Kruger National Park, South Africa, August 5-10 (2006).

174. Y Carmon, A Talmi, C Canovas and E N Ribak: Comparative study of Hartmann-Shack reconstruction methods. Mopane (A) 2006 Conference on Visual Optics, Ed. W F. Harris, Mopani Camp, Kruger National Park, South Africa, August 5-10 (2006).

175. V Albanis, Y Benny, Y Carmon and E N Ribak: Wavefront sensing using an adjustable Hartmann-Shack sensor. 3rd European Meeting in Physiological Optics, Ed. Luis Diaz-Santana, Department of Optometry and Visual Science, City University, London, United Kingdom, September 7-9 (2006).

176. Y Benny, E N Ribak, S Manzanera, P M Prieto and P Artal: Measuring and correcting the LCA of the human eye. 3rd European Meeting in Physiological Optics, Ed. Luis Diaz-Santana, Department of Optometry and Visual Science, City University, London, United Kingdom, September 7-9 (2006).

177. Y Benny, S Manzanera, P M Prieto, E N Ribak and P Artal: Diseño y comprobación de un corrector de aberración cromática ocular de campo amplio. Spanish National Meeting on Optics (Reunion Nacional de Optica), Alicante, Spain, September 18-22 (2006).

178. E N Ribak, Y Carmon, A Talmi, O Glazer and C Canovas: Hartmann Fourier Analysis for Sensing and Correction. Adaptive Optics: Analysis and Methods, Optical Society of America. Ed. B Ellerbroek, Vancouver, Canada, June 19-20 (2007).

179. V Albanis, E N Ribak and Y. Carmon: Speckle reduction in wave-front sensing. Adaptive Optics: Analysis and Methods, Optical Society of America. Ed. B Ellerbroek, Vancouver, Canada, June 19-20 (2007).

180. R M Myers, D B Calia, N Devaney, S Esposito, S J Goodsell, A Goncahrov, J C Guerra, H G de Chatellus, M A Harrison, R Holzloehner, E Marchetti, T J Morris, E Pinna, J P Pique, S Rabien, M Reyes, E Ribak, R G M Rutten, H Schenetler, M Strachan, R Stuik, and R G Talbot: The European Extremely Large Telescope WHT laser guide star test facility consortium. Adaptive Optics: Analysis and Methods, Optical Society of America. Ed. B Ellerbroek, Vancouver, Canada, June 19-20 (2007). draft

181. E N Ribak: Astronomical Intensity Interferometry. 1st Colloquium, Scientific and Fundamental Aspects of the Galileo Programme, J-F Minster, C de Matos (ESA), Toulouse, France, October 1-4 (2007). (Intensity Interferometry)

182. E N Ribak: Can laser beacons be used as guide stars? Ringberg Workshop on Astronomy with laser guide stars, W. Brandner, Ed., October 28 - November 2 (2007). slides

183. S LeBohec, C Barbieri, W-J de Wit, D Dravins, P Feautrier, C Foellmi, A Glindemann, J Hall, J Holder, R Holmes, P Kervella, D Kieda, E Le Coarer, S Lipson, F Malbet, S Morel, P Nunez, A Ofir, E Ribak, S Saha, M Schoeller, B Zhilyaev and H Zinnecker: Toward a revival of Stellar Intensity Interferometry. SPIE 7013-85, Marseilles, June 23-8 (2008).

184. E N Ribak: New tools for stellar intensity interferometry, Workshop on Stellar Intensity Interferometry in Salt Lake City, Ed. S. LeBohec 29-30 January (2009).

185. E N Ribak: Can laser self-focusing in air replace interferometer siderostats and delay lines? SPIE 7013-194, Marseilles, June 23-8 (2008).

186. E N Ribak, S Gladysz: Telling planets from speckle by their redundancy. 4th European Optical Society Topical Meeting on Advanced Imaging Techniques, Jena, Germany (2009).

187. S Gladysz, J C Christou, E N Ribak: Detection and characterization of extrasolar planets with multiple-frame, high-contrast methods. 4th European Optical Society Topical Meeting on Advanced Imaging Techniques, Jena, Germany (2009).

188. E N Ribak, S Gladysz: Residual speckle removal by aperture modification, European Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics and the European Quantum Electronics Conference. CLEO Europe - EQEC, Munich, Germany (2009). draft

189. S Gladysz, E Ribak, B Femenia Castella, L Jolissaint, P Martinez, R Soummer, E Aller Carpentier, M Kasper, J Christou: Suppressing stellar residual light on extremely large telescopes by aperture modulation. AO4ELT, or Adaptive Optics for Extremely Large telescopes, Paris, France (2009). Draft.

190. C Barbieri, M K Daniel, W J de Wit, D Dravins, H Jensen, P Kervella, S Le Bohec, F Malbet, P Nunez, J P Ralston, E N Ribak: New Astrophysical Opportunities Exploiting Spatio-Temporal Optical Correlations, Science white paper prepared for the Astro2010 Decadal Review, arxiv.org/0903.0062 (2009)

191. E N Ribak, R Mackey: Off-Axis Beacon Sharpening. Adaptive Optics: Methods, Analysis and Applications, Optical Society of America. San Jose, CA, USA (2009).

192. A Talmi, E N Ribak: Data Compression for Nearly-Periodic Data. Adaptive Optics: Methods, Analysis and Applications, Optical Society of America. San Jose, CA, USA (2009).

193. S LeBohec, B Adams, I Bond, S Bradbury, D Dravins, H Jensen, D B Kieda, D Kress, E Munford, P D Nuñez, R Price, E Ribak, J Rose, H Simpson, J Smith: Stellar intensity interferometry: experimental steps toward long-baseline observations, Proc SPIE 7734 , 77341D (2010).

194. S Dado, A Dar, E N Ribak: Misaligned And Alien Planets From Explosive Death Of Stars, arxiv.org/pdf/1102.2622 (2011).

195. E N. Ribak, N Meitav, and A Labin: Light-tissue interaction in the retina, OASIS 3, or The 13th Meeting on Optical Engineering and Science in Israel, Tel Aviv, paper S8P7 (2011). poster

196. E Ribak and N Meitav: Improving Retinal Resolution by Multiple Oversampling, Adaptive Optics: Methods, Analysis and Applications, Optical Society of America , Toronto, Canada (2011).

197. E Ribak and N Meitav: Measurement of Packing and Spacing of Photoreceptors, Adaptive Optics: Methods, Analysis and Applications, Optical Society of America , Toronto, Canada (2011).

198. E Ribak and S Gladysz, Recovery of Exoplanetary Signals in Re-dispersed Speckle Clutter, Signal Recovery and Synthesis, Optical Society of America , Toronto, Canada (2011).

199. S Dado, A Dar and E N Ribak, Exoplanets from supernova explosions, Planetary origins and frontiers of exploration, Ed. O Aharonson, Rehovoth, Israel (2012). poster

200. E N Ribak, E Schwartz and S G Lipson, Spectral detections of habitable exoplanets, Planetary origins and frontiers of exploration, Ed. O Aharonson, Rehovoth, Israel (2012). poster

201. E N Ribak and S Gladysz, New tools for imaging exoplanets, Planetary origins and frontiers of exploration, Ed. O Aharonson, Rehovoth, Israel (2012).

202. N Meitav, E N Ribak and A V Goncharov, High-resolution retinal imaging by corneal immersion, 4th Summer Workshop on Optoinformatics, Ed. B Vohnsen, Maynooth, Ireland (2012). poster

203. E Schwartz, S G Lipson and E N Ribak: Spectral detections of habitable exoplanets, 4th Summer Workshop on Optoinformatics, Ed. B Vohnsen, Maynooth, Ireland (2012). poster

204. E N Ribak, P Gurfil and C Moreno: Spaceborne intensity interferometry via spacecraft formation flight, SPIE 8445-8, Amsterdam (2012). draft

205. E Schwartz, S G Lipson and E N Ribak: Revealing habitable exoplanets through their spectral features, SPIE 8445-71, Amsterdam (2012). draft

206. N Meitav, E N Ribak, Estimation of the ocular point spread function by retina modeling, European Optical Society 6th European Meeting on Visual and Physiological Optics, Dublin, Ireland (2012). presentation

207. N Meitav, E N Ribak, Exploiting ocular properties for simple retinal imaging at high resolution, 1st International Biophotonics Meeting in Israel, Tel Aviv (2012).

208. A M. Labin, Shadi K. Safuri, E N Ribak, I Perlman, How vision begins: the effect of light propagation in the retina on human vision, 1st International Biophotonics Meeting in Israel, Tel Aviv (2012).

209. E Schwartz, S G Lipson and E N Ribak: Using light and color to detect life on Earthlike extrasolar planets, 11th International Conference on Light and Color in Nature, Fairbanks, Alaska (2013).

210. I Mishlovsky and E N Ribak: Studies of Light Scattering from the Retina, Israel Physical Society Meeting (2013).

211. E Schwartz, S G Lipson and E N Ribak: Spectral interferometric detection of habitable Earth-like planets, Israel Physical Society Meeting (2013).

212. E N Ribak, E Schwartz and S G Lipson: Revealing bio-lines of exoplanets by Fourier spectroscopy, SPIE 9146-11 (2014). draft

213. E N Ribak: Long-baseline intensity interferometry: data transmission and correlation, Workshop on Hanbury Brown & Twiss interferometry, Nice (2014).

214. E N Ribak, A M Labin, S Safuri and I Perlman: Color separation in the retina, Israel Physical Society Meeting (2014). poster

215. E N Ribak, A M Labin, S Safuri and I Perlman: Sorting of colors in the retina, American Physical Society March Meeting, San Antonio, Texas (2015).

216. E N Ribak: Longitudinal coherence in astronomy, Quantum Astronomy and Stellar Imaging, Sydney (2015). presentation

217. E N Ribak: Steps towards intensity interferometry in space, Quantum Astronomy and Stellar Imaging, Sydney (2015). presentation

218. N Meitav, E N Ribak, S Shoham, Microscopic PSF estimation and resolution enhancement by speckle pattern illumination, paper CT1D.3, OSA meeting on Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging (COSI), Heidelberg (2016). draft

219. E N Ribak, Spectral intensity interferometry for quantum super-resolution, paper CW1C.3, OSA meeting on Computational Optical Sensing and Imaging (COSI), Heidelberg (2016). draft

220. N Gulinski, E N Ribak, Capture of free-floating planets by stellar systems, Israel Physical Society meeting, Tel Aviv (2016).

221. E N Ribak, G Shoulga, A Kellerer, Quantum super-resolution and spectral intensity interferometry, OASIS 6 Optical Meeting, Tel Aviv (2017)

222. N Brosch, A I Gomez De Castro, J Murthy, E N Ribak, E Behar and V Balabanov (2017), Ultraviolet astronomy with small space telescopes, Contrib. Astron. Obs. Skalnate Pleso 47, 1-8, Karlovy Vary, Czech Rep. draft

223. E N Ribak, B M Levine, E Behar and V Balabanov (2017), Ultra-violet compact telescope mission, Ultraviolet Sky Surveys, Tel Aviv, 10-14 July (2017). draft

224. N Goulinski, E N Ribak, The capture rate of free-floating planets in our galaxy, European Planetary Science Congress 2017-798, Riga (2017).

225. E N Ribak, B M Levine, Phasing a segmented telescope, Frontiers in Optics, Optical Society of America, paper JTu3A.25, Washington DC (2018) Poster, draft

226. E N Ribak, Stationary Fourier Transform Spectrometer, Laser Science, Optical Society of America, paper JTu2A.142, Washington DC (2018) Poster, draft

227. G Gumpel and E N Ribak, Can we beat diffraction limit with quantum imaging? Israel Physical Society Meeting 2018, Jerusalem (2018).

228. G Gumpel and E N Ribak, Astronomy beyond the diffraction limit using an optical amplifier, Optical Society of America Laser Congress, Paper LM4B.7, Vienna (2019)

229. E N Ribak and B M Levine, Phasing a deployable sparse telescope, Astro-PH archive, arXiv:1912.00709 (2019)

230. E N Ribak and B M Levine, Phasing a sparse telescope, SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 11443-182 (2020) draft

231. E N Ribak and B M Levine, Shaping apertures and masking, SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 11446-79 (2020) draft

232. E N Ribak and E Schwartz, Stationary Fourier transform spectrometry, SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 11447-250 (2020) draft

233. G Gumpel and E N Ribak, Crossing the diffraction limit with an optical amplifier, SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 11451-3 (2020) draft