Application of nanoimprinting technique for fabrication of trifocal diffractive lens with sine-like radial profile

Vladimir Osipov*, Leonid L. Doskolovich, Evgeni A. Bezus, Tom Drew, Kaiming Zhou, Kameel Sawalha, Greg Swadener, James S W Wolffsohn

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Abstract

The fabrication of submicron-height sine-like relief of a trifocal diffractive zone plate using a nanoimprinting technique is studied. The zone plate is intended for use in combined trifocal diffractive-refractive lenses and provides the possibility to form trifocal intraocular lenses with predetermined light intensity distribution between foci. The optical properties of the designed zone plate having the optical powers 3 D, 0, -3D in the three main diffraction orders are theoretically and experimentally investigated. The results of the theoretical investigations are in good agreement with experimental measurements. The effects of the pupil size (lens diameter) as well as the wavelength-dependent behavior of the zone plate are also discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Article number025008
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of Biomedical Optics
Volume20
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2015

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Keywords

  • diffractive optical elements
  • intraocular lenses
  • multifocal lenses
  • nanoimprinting

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Application of nanoimprinting technique for fabrication of trifocal diffractive lens with sine-like radial profile. / Osipov, Vladimir; Doskolovich, Leonid L.; Bezus, Evgeni A.; Drew, Tom; Zhou, Kaiming; Sawalha, Kameel; Swadener, Greg; Wolffsohn, James S W.

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