Manuel Martinez-Corral received the Ph. D. degree in Physics (Best Thesis Award) from the University of Valencia in 1993. Currently Full Professor of Optics at the University of Valencia, he co-leads the “3D Imaging and Display Laboratory”. He was elected Fellow of the SPIE in 2010 and Fellow of the OSA in 2017, respectively. His research interest includes resolution procedures in 3D scanning microscopy, and 3D imaging and display technologies. He has supervised on these topics 17 Ph. D. Theses (three honored with the Best Thesis Award), published over 120 technical articles in major journals (which received more than 3.000 citations), and pronounced a number of invited and keynote presentations in international meetings. He is also co-inventor of twelve patents, one of them supporting the creation of one Spin-off of the University of Valencia. He is has served in the Program Committee of a number of Conferences sponsored SPIE, OSA, IEEE, etc, and currently is co-chair of the Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display Conference within the SPIE meeting in Defense, Security, and Sensing. He is Topical Editor of the OSA journal Applied Optics.
Evaluation of the use of wavefront encoding to reduce depth-induced aberration in structured illumination microscopy
An overview of head tracking integral imaging three-dimensional display using smart pseudoscopic-to-orthoscopic conversion
Format matching using multiple-planes pseudoscopic-to-orthoscopic conversion for 3D integral imaging display
Accurate single-shot quantitative phase imaging of biological specimens with telecentric digital holographic microscopy
Investigation of the SQUBIC phase mask design for depth-invariant widefield microscopy point-spread function engineering
Implementation of PSF engineering in high-resolution 3D microscopy imaging with a LCoS (reflective) SLM
Is it worth using an array of cameras to capture the spatio-angular information of a 3D scene or is it enough with just two?
Fully programmable display parameters in integral imaging by smart pseudoscopic-to-orthoscopic conversion
Shaded-mask filtering: novel strategy for improvement of resolution in radial-polarization scanning microscopy
Three-Dimensional Imaging, Visualization, and Display 2010 and Display Technologies and Applications for Defense, Security, and Avionics IV