Yi-Hsin Lin
Yi-Hsin Lin
Full professor of Department of Photonics, National Chiao Tung University
Verified email at mail.nctu.edu.tw - Homepage
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Polarizer-free and fast response microlens arrays using polymer-stabilized blue phase liquid crystals
YH Lin, HS Chen, HC Lin, YS Tsou, HK Hsu, WY Li
Applied Physics Letters 96 (11), 113505, 2010
Fast-response and scattering-free polymer network liquid crystals for infrared light modulators
YH Fan, YH Lin, H Ren, S Gauza, ST Wu
Applied Physics Letters 84 (8), 1233-1235, 2004
Tunable-focus microlens arrays using nanosized polymer-dispersed liquid crystal droplets
H Ren, YH Fan, YH Lin, ST Wu
Optics communications 247 (1-3), 101-106, 2005
Polarization-independent phase modulation using a polymer-dispersed liquid crystal
H Ren, YH Lin, YH Fan, ST Wu
Applied Physics Letters 86 (14), 141110, 2005
A review of electrically tunable focusing liquid crystal lenses
HC Lin, MS Chen, YH Lin
Transactions on Electrical and Electronic Materials 12 (6), 234-240, 2011
High contrast polymer-dispersed liquid crystal in a twisted cell
YH Lin, H Ren, ST Wu
Applied physics letters 84 (20), 4083-4085, 2004
Electrically tunable-focusing and polarizer-free liquid crystal lenses for ophthalmic applications
YH Lin, HS Chen
Optics express 21 (8), 9428-9436, 2013
Polarization-independent liquid crystal phase modulator using a thin polymer-separated double-layered structure
YH Lin, H Ren, YH Wu, Y Zhao, J Fang, Z Ge, ST Wu
Optics express 13 (22), 8746-8752, 2005
An electrically tunable optical zoom system using two composite liquid crystal lenses with a large zoom ratio
YH Lin, MS Chen, HC Lin
Optics express 19 (5), 4714-4721, 2011
Refractive‐index matching between liquid crystals and photopolymers
J Li, G Baird, YH Lin, H Ren, ST Wu
Journal of the Society for Information Display 13 (12), 1017-1026, 2005
An electrically tunable-focusing liquid crystal lens with a low voltage and simple electrodes
HC Lin, YH Lin
Optics express 20 (3), 2045-2052, 2012
Extended depth-of-focus 3D micro integral imaging display using a bifocal liquid crystal lens
X Shen, YJ Wang, HS Chen, X Xiao, YH Lin, B Javidi
Optics letters 40 (4), 538-541, 2015
An endoscopic system adopting a liquid crystal lens with an electrically tunable depth-of-field
HS Chen, YH Lin
Optics express 21 (15), 18079-18088, 2013
High ambient-contrast-ratio display using tandem reflective liquid crystal display and organic light-emitting device
JH Lee, X Zhu, YH Lin, WK Choi, TC Lin, SC Hsu, HY Lin, ST Wu
Optics Express 13 (23), 9431-9438, 2005
Linear to axial or radial polarization conversion using a liquid crystal gel
H Ren, YH Lin, ST Wu
Applied physics letters 89 (5), 051114, 2006
Variable optical attenuator based on polymer stabilized twisted nematic liquid crystal
Y Lu, F Du, YH Lin, ST Wu
Optics express 12 (7), 1221-1227, 2004
Liquid crystal lenses with tunable focal length
YH Lin, YJ Wang, V Reshetnyak
Liquid Crystals Reviews 5 (2), 111-143, 2017
Submillisecond response variable optical attenuator based on sheared polymer network liquid crystal
YH Wu, YH Lin, YQ Lu, H Ren, YH Fan, JR Wu, ST Wu
Optics express 12 (25), 6382-6389, 2004
A holographic projection system with an electrically tuning and continuously adjustable optical zoom
HC Lin, N Collings, MS Chen, YH Lin
Optics Express 20 (25), 27222-27229, 2012
Dual-frequency liquid crystal gels with submillisecond response time
YH Fan, H Ren, X Liang, YH Lin, ST Wu
Applied physics letters 85 (13), 2451-2453, 2004
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