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Astro2010: The Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey

Technology Development White Papers 

Below is a list of the Technology Development white papers received (alphabetized by paper title). The text of individual position white papers can be downloaded by clicking on the paper title link.
 

Technology Development White Papers Received

 

Paper Title

Author Name

1.

A Brief Comment on the Future of Optical/Infrared Telescopes

Alan M. Levine

2.

A Few Thoughts on the Wisdom of Systematic and Consistent Funding of Technology Development for Larger Missions

Ralf Heilmann

3.

A Soft X-ray Polarimeter

Herman Marshall

4.

Actuated Hybrid Mirror Technology: Large Optics Working Group (LOWG)

Howard A. MacEwen

5.

Adaptive Optics for Radio Interferometers

David Woody

6.

Advanced Data Products for the Next Decade

Stefano Casertano

7.

Advanced Scintillators and Readout Devices for High-Energy Astronomy

Peter F. Bloser

8.

Ares V: New Opportunities for Scientific Payloads

Steve Creech

9.

Center for Research on Experimental Satellite Technology: A position paper

Supriya Chakrabarti

10.

Charge-caching photo-detectors for high accuracy solar magnetic field measurements

David Elmore

11.

Coherent Detector Arrays for Millimeter and Submillimeter Astronomy

Paul Goldsmith

12.

Comparison of optical observational capabilities for the coming decades: ground versus space

Matt Mountain

13.

Cooling Systems for Far-Infrared Telescopes and Instruments

Warren A. Holmes

14.

Deployment of low-cost replicable laser adaptive optics on 1-3 meter class telescopes

Christoph Baranec

15.

Development of an 'all-digital' IF chain

David Woody

16.

Development of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics-Based Technologies for Reaching Ultimate Limits in the Fundamental Physics Experiments in Space

Nan Yu

17.

Development of breakthrough technology for building next generation telescopes

Edward Kibblewhite

18.

Development of Large Format Far-Infrared Detectors

Michael Ressler

19.

Development of Low-Temperature Detectors For Generation-X and Other Missions Requiring High-Resolution, Large-Format, X-ray Detector Arrays

Simon Bandler

20.

Development of optics for sub-micro-arcsecond angular resolution in the X-ray and gamma-ray domains

Gerry Skinner

21.

Digital Instrumentation for the Radio Astronomy Community

Aaron Parsons

22.

Durable, high-Efficiency COatings for Astronomical Mirrors

S. A. Shectman

23.

Enabling future space telescopes: mirror technology review and development roadmap

Dave Baiocchi

24.

Exploring Exoplanets from Near Space

Richard Lyon

25.

Fully Automated Approaches to Analyze Large-Scale Astronomy Survey Data

Andrej Prsa

26.

Generation-X Grating Array Technology Development

Randall L. McEntaffer

27.

Ground-based Optical/Infrared Interferometry: High Resolution, High Precision Imaging

J. T. Armstrong

28.

HgCdTe Optical & Infrared Focal Plane Array Development in the Next Decade

Donald N. B. Hall

29.

In Support of Instrument Technology Development for THz Astronomy

A. R. Kerr

30.

Large Focal Plane Arrays for Future Missions

Paul Scowen

31.

Large Instrument Development for Radio Astronomy

J. Richard Fisher

32.

Large Millimeter Telescope (LMT): an "Extremely Large Telescope" Platform for New Instruments and Large Surveys in the ALMA Era

Min S. Yun

33.

Magnetic Bearing based cryo-mechanisms for future IR missions

T.C. van den Dool

34.

Measurement Astrophysics (MAP) First Steps: A New Decade of Ground-based Photometric Precision and Accuracy

John T. McGraw

35.

New Technologies for Exploring New Worlds

Sara Heap

36.

Next Generation Radio Astronomy Receiver Systems

Matthew A. Morgan

37.

Overview of Technologies for Direct Optical Imaging of Exoplanets

Marie B. Levine

38.

Overview of Technology Development for the Phase-Induced Amplitude Apodization (PIAA) Coronagraph

Ruslan Belikov

39.

Phased Array Feeds

J. Richard Fisher

40.

Planetary system, star formation, and black hole science with non-redundant masking on space telescopes

Anand Sivaramakrishnan

41.

Precision Attitude and Translation Control Design and Optimization

John Mester

42.

Satellite-Mounted Light Sources as Photometric Calibration Standards for Ground-Based Telescopes

Justin Albert

43.

Semiconductor Compton Imager and Polarimeter (SCIP)

Eric Wulf

44.

Starshade Technology Development

Amy S. Lo

45.

Superconducting Detector Arrays for Far-Infrared to mm-Wave Astrophysics

James Bock

46.

Technology development for computational radio astronomy: 2010-2020

Athol Kemball

47.

Technology Development for Future Sparse Aperture Telescopes and Interferometers in Space

Kenneth G. Carpenter

48.

Technology Development for Modular Gravitational Reference Sensor (MGRS)

Ke-Xun Sun

49.

Technology Development for Space Time Asymmetry Research (STAR)

Ke-Xun Sun

50.

Technology Development for the Lunar Radio Array

Joseph Lazio

51.

Technology Development for Third Generation Ground-based Gravitational Wave Detectors

Stan Whitcomb

52.

Technology Development Toward Imaging and Spectroscopy of Exo-planets via Visible Nulling Coronagraphic Techniques

Michael Shao

53.

Technology for a Mid-IR Flagship Mission to Characterize Earth-like Exoplanets

Peter R. Lawson

54.

Technology Investments to Meet the Needs of Astronomy at Ultraviolet Wavelengths in the 21st Century

Kenneth Sembach

55.

Telescope system unwanted polarization and its mitigation

James Breckinridge

56.

The Cradle of Life: Imaging Galactic Chemistry

Glen Langston

57.

The Current and Future State-of-the-art Glass Optics

Robert Egerman

58.

The Importance of General Technology Development: The Example of the Critical-Angle Transmission Grating

Ralf Heilmann

59.

The Next Generation of Photo-Detectors for Particle Astrophysics

Robert G. Wagner

60.

The Role of the Virtual Observatory in the Next Decade

Roy Williams

61.

The Role of the Virtual Observatory in the Next Decade

Roy Williams

62.

THESIS - the Terrestrial and Habitable-zone Exoplanet Spectroscopy Infrared Spacecraft

Mark R. Swain

   

 

 

 

 

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