Complete list of past and current instrument projects
- MIRADAS; 10.4 m Gran Telescopio Canarias, La Palma, Spain – Near-Infrared multi-object echelle spectrograph operating at spectral resolutions R=20,000 over the 1-2.5μm bandpass. See also the MIRADAS team page.
- CanariCam; 10.4 m Gran Telescopio Canarias, La Palma, Spain – Mid-Infrared imager with spectroscopic, coronagraphic, and polarimetric capabilities
- FRIDA; 10.4 m Gran Telescopio Canarias, La Palma, Spain – Diffraction-limited near infrared imager and integral field spectrograph covering 0.9 to 2.5 μm with the use of a single 2048 × 2048 Hawaii 2 Rockwell detector.
- FLAMINGOS-2; 8.1 m Gemini-South, Cerro Pachon, Chile – Near-Infrared wide field imager and multi-object spectrometer
- MMT-Pol; 6.5 m MMT, Mt Hopkins, Arizona, USA – 1-4 micron diffraction-limited imaging polarimetry
- WIRC; 200 inch, Palomar, California, USA – Near-infrared 1-2.5 μm imager developed by Steve Eikenberry at Cornell
- FLAMINGOS; 4 m Mayall, Sunspot, New Mexico, USA – Near-Infrared multi-object spectrograph and imager
- CIRCE; 10.4 m Gran Telescopio Canarias, La Palma, Spain – Near-infrared astronomical imager, polarimeter, and spectrograph.
- T–ReCS; 8.1 m Gemini-South, Cerro Panchon, Chile – Mid-Infrared imager and long-slit spectrograph
- Keck ET; 2.5 m APO, Sunspot, New Mexico, USA – Multi-object radial velocity planet search instrument
- EXPERT; 2.1 m KPNO, Sunspot, New Mexico, USA – A combination of an interferometer and cross-dispersed echelle spectrograph for high-precision radial velocity measurements
- FISICA; a fully-cryogenic all-reflective image-slicing integral field unit for the FLAMINGOS near- infrared spectrograph
Instruments under design or prototyping
- PolyOculus; A proposed large‐area‐equivalent telescope that uses fiber optics to link modules of multiple semi‐autonomous, small, inexpensive, commercial‐off‐the‐shelf (COTS) telescopes.
- GIRMOS; GIRMOS is a Multi-object Adaptive optics integral field spectrograph for Gemini, being led by S. Sivanandam at U. Toronto. GIRMOS was inspired in art by the UF-led IRMOS concept for TMT, and Prof. S. Eikenberry is a collaborator on GIRMOS.
IRMOS is a Multi-object Adaptive optics integral field spectrograph concept developed at UF for the Thirty Meter Telescope.