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    2. Frequency-swept laser light source at 1050 nm with higher bandwidth due to multiple semiconductor optical amplifiers in series

      ...tian Marschall, Lars Thrane, Peter E. Andersen, and Christian Pedersen Technical Univ. of Denmark (Denmark) Kevin Hsu Micron Optics, Inc. (USA) We^ report on the development of an all-fiber frequency-swept laser light^...
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    3. Flexible miniature compound lens design for high-resolution optical coherence tomography balloon imaging catheter

      ...1.3037340 Published 11 December 2008 ABSTRACT REFERENCES (12) Henry L. Fu,^1 Yuxin Leng,^1 Michael J. Cobb,^1 Kevin Hsu,^2 Joo Ha Hwang,^3 and Xingde Li^1 ^1University of Washington, Department of Bioengineering, Sea...
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  2. About Kevin Hsu

    Kevin Hsu

    Kevin Hsu is Vice President of Research and Technology at Micron Optics.  Kevin Hsu has served as Micron Optics' Vice President of R&T since January 1999. Before that he served as Micron Optics' Director of Research and Development since February 1992. Prior to his time at Micron Optics, Dr. Hsu worked at the Eastman Kodak Research Laboratories. Dr. Hsu received a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering and Ph.D. in from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has 66 technical publications and has been awarded 15 patents.


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