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1 Inleiding Optica Introduction to Optics vaknummer

2 Instructors name:Jennifer HerekFred van GoorHans Kanger leerstoel:OSLPNONBP office:Carre 4441Hogekamp B0236Zuidhorst 156 phone: IO section:hoorcollegeswerkcollegeswerkcollegespractica computer work

3 Q:How was this photo made (no photoshop!)? What is the optical element in my hands? Draw the rays that produce 3rd eye.

4 Why you will love optics 1.Because it will change the way you see the world 2.Because you are Dutch 3.Because you belong to Arago

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8 Why you will love optics 1.Because it will change the way you see the world 2.Because you are Dutch 3.Because you belong to Arago

9 Dutch pioneers of optics Pioneers in the Optical Sciences

10 Why you will love optics 1.Because it will change the way you see the world 2.Because you are Dutch 3.Because you belong to Arago

11 Who was Arago?

12 Course structure Monday: HC (OH 210; 10:45 – 12:30 ) Wednesday: WC (OH 210; 13:45 – 15:30 ) Monday: Practicum group 1 (Carre 4; 13:45 – 17:30 ) Tuesday: Practicum group 2 (Carre 4; 13:45 – 17:30 ) Thursday: Practicum group 3 (Carre 4; 13:45 – 17:30 ) Friday: Practicum group 4 (Carre 4; 13:45 – 17:30 ) conceptual, analytical, practical

13 Practicum = learning by doing - deelname verplicht - inschrijven on practicum website ( ) - read manual - download software to your laptop - bring laptop 6 bonus opdrachten (computer experiments) - deelname verplicht - each worth 2 pts (hence, max 12 pts added to your final exam result) - details on course website ( ) Final exam - maximum 100 pts - 5 November 2010, 08:45 – 12:30 - open book (Pedrotti 3 ) + max 2 A4tjes of formulas (zelfgemaakt) Course grade - requires “voldoende” for all 4 practicum exercises - based on final exam + bonus points

14 Yes, it’s a lot of work… Studiepunten: 5 EC 1 EC = 28 hours Total time requirement5 x hours hoorcolleges8 x 2 16 werkcolleges8 x 216 practica6 x 424 computer exercises6 x 2?12 STUDY TIME~70 hours …but worth it. And fun!

15 NEW for 2010 Website: Studiehandleiding (rooster, tentamenstof, begripsvragen,...) Simulaties optische verschijnselen Lecture slides 2009 lecture slides (with NL audio) Mini videos of important concepts Bonusopdrachten (computer experimenten) Practicum info Links naar interessante optica web-sites Blackboard: INLEIDING OPTICA (2010) (2010_ ) (inschrijven!) Textbook:Introduction to Optics, 3rd edition Pedrotti, Pedrotti & Pedrotti Study material

16 Chapter 1 Nature of Light Chapter 2 Geometrical Optics Chapter 3 Optical Instrumentation Chapter 4 Wave Equations Chapter 5 Superposition of Waves Chapter 6 Properties of Lasers Chapter 7 Interference of Light Chapter 8 Optical Interferometry Chapter 9 Coherence Chapter 10 Fiber Optics Chapter 11 Fraunhofer Diffraction Chapter 12 The Diffraction Grating Chapter 13 Fresnel Diffraction Chapter 14 Matrix Treatment of Polarization Chapter 15 Production of Polarized Light Chapter 16 Holography Chapter 17 Optical Detectors and Displays Chapter 18 Matrix Methods in Paraxial Optics Chapter 19 Optics of the Eye Chapter 20 Aberration Theory Chapter 21Fourier Optics Chapter 22 Theory of Multilayer Films Chapter 23 Fresnel Equations Chapter 24 Nonlinear Optics and the Modulation of Light Chapter 25 Optical Properties of Materials Chapter 26 Laser Operation Chapter 27 Characteristics of Laser Beams Chapter 28 Selected Modern Applications

17 Chapter 1 Nature of Light Chapter 2 Geometrical Optics Chapter 3 Optical Instrumentation Chapter 4 Wave Equations Chapter 5 Superposition of Waves Chapter 6 Properties of Lasers Chapter 7 Interference of Light Chapter 8 Optical Interferometry Chapter 9 Coherence Chapter 10 Fiber Optics Chapter 11 Fraunhofer Diffraction Chapter 12 The Diffraction Grating Chapter 13 Fresnel Diffraction Chapter 14 Matrix Treatment of Polarization Chapter 15 Production of Polarized Light Chapter 16 Holography Chapter 17 Optical Detectors and Displays Chapter 18 Matrix Methods in Paraxial Optics Chapter 19 Optics of the Eye Chapter 20 Aberration Theory Chapter 21Fourier Optics Chapter 22 Theory of Multilayer Films Chapter 23 Fresnel Equations Chapter 24 Nonlinear Optics and the Modulation of Light Chapter 25 Optical Properties of Materials Chapter 26 Laser Operation Chapter 27 Characteristics of Laser Beams Chapter 28 Selected Modern Applications

18 Week 1 = TODAY Chapter 1 Nature of Light wave-particle duality radiometry Chapter 2 Geometrical Optics basic principles reflection refraction imaging Week 2 Chapter 4 Wave Equations Week 8 Chapter 23 Fresnel Equations Week 3 Chapter 5 Superposition of Waves Week 4 Chapter 7 Interference of Light Week 5 Chapter 11 Fraunhofer Diffraction Week 6 Chapter 13 Fresnel Diffraction Week 7 Chapter 14 Matrix Treatment of Polarization Chapter 18Matrix Methods in Paraxial Optics

19 5 tips for success during lectures 1.Be on time 2.Pay attention 3.Take notes 4.Ask questions 5.Give feedback no texting no talking no earphones

20 Any questions?


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