Noé Ortega-Quijano

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Mueller matrix differential decomposition is a novel method for retrieving the polarimetric properties of general depolarizing anisotropic media [N. Ortega-Quijano and J. L. Arce-Diego, Opt. Lett. 36, 1942 (2011), R. Ossikovski, Opt. Lett. 36, 2330 (2011)]. The method has been verified for Mueller matrices available in the literature. We experimentally(More)
Non-invasive treatment of neurodegenerative diseases is particularly challenging in Western countries, where the population age is increasing. In this work, magnetic propagation in human head is modelled by Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) method, taking into account specific characteristics of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) in(More)
Single mode optical fiber FTTx solutions for broadband access networks are in continuous expansion. Due to the lack of a robust mathematical model for accurately predicting bend losses under climatic fluctuations, it becomes necessary to characterize the fiber before its implementation. In this work we present a comprehensive characterization of ITU-T G.657(More)
We present a novel depolarization metric for Mueller matrices based on the differential Mueller formalism. The proposed metric relies on the statistical interpretation of the differential Mueller matrix. We show that the differential depolarization index successfully quantifies depolarization even when applied to specific types of Mueller matrices for which(More)
Optical characterization of biological tissues by means of polarimetric techniques is receiving a growing attention. Polarized light traveling through a turbid media looses its degree of polarization (DOP) due to scattering. The modification of the DOP of transmitted and backscattered light varies as a function of the particle properties. In this work we(More)
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