Noé Ortega-Quijano

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The evolution of a polarized beam can be described by the differential formulation of Mueller calculus. The nondepolarizing differential Mueller matrices are well known. However, they only account for 7 out of the 16 independent parameters that are necessary to model a general anisotropic depolarizing medium. In this work we present the nine differential(More)
Mueller matrix differential decomposition is a novel method for analyzing the polarimetric properties of optical samples. It is performed through an eigenanalysis of the Mueller matrix and the subsequent decomposition of the corresponding differential Mueller matrix into the complete set of 16 differential matrices which characterize depolarizing(More)
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)
The interaction of optical radiation with biological tissues causes an increase in the temperature that, depending on its magnitude, can provoke a thermal injury process in the tissue. The establishment of laser irradiation pathological limits constitutes an essential task, as long as it enables to fix and delimit a range of parameters that ensure a safe(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)
The generalized Jones matrix (GJM) is a recently introduced tool to describe linear transformations of three-dimensional light fields. Based on this framework, a specific method for obtaining the GJM of uniaxial anisotropic media was recently presented. However, the GJM of biaxial media had not been tackled so far, as the previous method made use of a(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)
Optical characterization of biological tissues provides advantages like the non-invasive or non-contact characters, or an increased image resolution. The use of the polarization information, apart from the intensity, leads to new data for a better diagnosis. In this work, we use the Group Theory applied to polarimetry to analyse the polarization behaviour(More)
Recent approaches to the analysis of biological samples with three-dimensional linear birefringence orientation require numerical methods to estimate the best fit parameters from experimental measures. We present a novel analytical method for characterizing the intrinsic retardance and the three-dimensional optic axis orientation of uniform and uniaxial(More)