by Hongrui Jiang (ed.)
Publisher: MDPI AG 2015
Number of pages: 157
This Special Issue covers most of the active areas of research in microlenses and microlens arrays. The papers are on the fabrication and characterization of microlenses and microlens arrays, integration of microlenses into complex micro-optical modules, and the super-hydrophobic surface that is often important to realize droplet-based microlenses.
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