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    • Ultraviolet laser patterning of porous silicon 

      Vega Lerín, Fidel; Pelaez de Fuentes, Ramon Javier; Khun, Timo; Afonso Rodriguez, Carmen Nieves; Recio Sanchez, Gonzalo; Martin Palma, Raul Jose (American Institute of Physics (AIP), 2014-05-14)
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      This work reports on the fabrication of 1D fringed patterns on nanostructured porous silicon (nanoPS) layers (563, 372, and 290nm thick). The patterns are fabricated by phase-mask laser interference using single pulses of ...
    • Visible versus near-infrared optical performance of diffractive multifocal intraocular lenses 

      Vega Lerín, Fidel; Millán Garcia-Varela, M. Sagrario; Vila Terricabras, Nuria; Alba Bueno, Francisco (2015-11-01)
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      © 2015 The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Inc. PURPOSE. The purpose of this study was to compare the optical performance of diffractive multifocal intraocular lenses (DMIOLs) with visible (VIS) ...
    • Visual acuity and image quality in 5 diffractive intraocular lenses 

      Cardona Torradeflot, Genís; Vega Lerín, Fidel; Gil Arnal, Miguel Ángel; Varón Puentes, Maria Consuelo; Buil Calvo, José Antonio; Millán Garcia-Varela, M. Sagrario (2018-01-01)
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    • Visual acuity of pseudophakic patients predicted from in-vitro measurements of intraocular lenses with different design 

      Vega Lerín, Fidel; Millán Garcia-Varela, M. Sagrario; Garzon, Nuria; Altemir Gómez, I.; Poyales, Francisco; Larrosa, Jose Manuel (2018-10-01)
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    • White light interferometry for estimating the surface geometry of intraocular lenses 

      Altamar Mercado, Hernando; Vega Lerín, Fidel; Patiño Vanegas, Alberto; Marrugo Hernandez, Andrés Guillermo; Millán Garcia-Varela, M. Sagrario (Red Iberoamericana de Óptica (RIAO), 2019)
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      In this work, we use low magnification microscopy and white light interferometry (WLSI) to perform 3D reconstructions of the surfaces of two monofocal intraocular lenses (IOLs). With the 3D reconstructions, we estimated ...