Optical Engineering II University of Tsukuba
The electromagnetic principles of light wave to interact matter and photonic structures are considered as the fundamental lecture to lead students, respectively, having the insights into the ultrafast optics and integrated optics. The advanced applications on the optical sensing, imaging and spectroscopy are further presented in this course.
Three topics are optionally presented in this course dependent on the students' background and motivation, which are:
1. Light propagation and the interaction with mater: monochromatic and polychromatic waves, absorption and dispersion, plasmonics.
2. Waveguide and the integrated configurations: planar and circular dielectric waveguides, parallel-plate waveguide, the periodic structures used for photonic and plasmonic waveguides
3. Waveguide sensing technology: optical schemes for the remote and near-field applications, problem solving for the sensitivity and selectivity.
There is a huge gap between electromagnetism and optics in general for the master and Ph.D. students with a physics background. The course guides the students to use wave equations, wavefunction and their operations at different types of media, which is known as the solution to develop the optics engineering.
Physical optics is the suggested background but not requested to take the course. The physical optics involves the following concepts: wave equation, Maxwell's equations, wave superposition, interference, diffraction and the basic principles of optical components, such as the grating and polarizer.
Attendance, homework, the oral and paper reports.
Online Course Requirement
You Borwen,Hattori Toshiaki
Identical to 01BF237.
Lecture is conducted in English.
Site for Inquiry
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Contact person: Borwen You
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Link to the syllabus provided by the university