Optical Engineering I University of Tsukuba
Lectures will cover the following themes: ray optics, wave optics, Fourier optics, image formation, and elements that make up an optical microscope, such as light sources, and light detectors.
Understanding the performance of imaging optics from the standpoint of Fourier optics. Understanding the types and performance of optical devices, such as light sources, lenses, and detectors, that make up a microscope.
Today, light-based measurement technology is indispensable for cutting-edge technology. Lectures on the principles of optics that support these measurement technologies from the perspective of Fourier optics.
By submitting two reports.
The course contains the basic knowledge that is commonly required in various fields where various measurements are performed using visible light and X-rays. The contents are the imaging characteristics of the optical system by Fourier optics and elements that make up an optical microscope, such as light sources, and light detectors.Ray opticsWave opticsBeam opticsDiffraction and Fourier TransformFourier OpticsCoherence and Imaging CharacteristicsPolarizationIntroduction to Light Sources and Synchrotron RadiationIntroduction to PhotodetectorsOptical Microscope and X-ray Microscope
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