Mr Lieber has worked at Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp since 1986 developing advanced control systems and leading the integrated modeling area. Mr Lieber is the developer of the integrated modeling (IM) tools used on the James Webb Space Telescope called the Integrated Telescope Model and has further developed a broader IM toolset, called EOSyM used in support of a variety of new business pursuits. Using EOSyM, Mr Lieber has investigated numerous complex optical systems including advanced telescope systems, interferometers, lidar and laser-based systems and spectrometer instruments.
A conceptual design for a Cassegrain-mounted high-resolution optical spectrograph for large-aperture telescopes
Investigation of disturbance effects on space-based weak lensing measurements with an integrated model
Evaluating the end-to-end performance of TPF-C with vector propagation models: Part I. Pupil mask effects
Optical system performance with combined structural/optical sensitivity to eigenvector perturbations
Evolving exosolar planet detection methods with lab experiments and integrated modeling: I. Modeling