Tesis profesional presentada por Roxana María Herrán Cuspinera [roxana.herranca@udlap.mx]

Licenciatura en Física. Departamento de Actuaría, Física y Matemáticas. Escuela de Ciencias, Universidad de las Américas Puebla.

Jurado Calificador

Presidente: Dr. Victor Andreevich Vysloukh Enisova
Secretario y Director: Dr. Miguel Ángel Ocaña Bribiesca
Vocal y Co-director: Dr. Juan Pablo Treviño Gutiérrez

Cholula, Puebla, México a 18 de mayo de 2016.

Resumen

We present and evaluate a way to utilize vortex phase masks to decimate the costs of current methods for retinal cone counting. This new way of tackling the accuracy in cone counting, should also allow us to incorporate the new to current algorithms, making them faster and with an accuracy beyond the Rayleigh Criterion, according with previous research on the subject.

Motivation The cone counting systems widely used today are highly limited by the exorbitant costs of AO hardware (i.e...

Palabras clave: visual, optics, eye, cone, cells, photoreceptor, retina, coronagraph, counting, mosaic.

Resumen (archivo pdf, 92 kb).

Herrán Cuspinera, R. M. 2016. A numerical simulation of a vortex beam scanner for photoreceptor foveal cone cells. Tesis Licenciatura. Física. Departamento de Actuaría, Física y Matemáticas, Escuela de Ciencias, Universidad de las Américas Puebla. Mayo. Derechos Reservados © 2016.