• 104 Pages lecture1
    Lecture1

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

  • 13 Pages lecture13
    Lecture13

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    2/23/2012 1 2/23/2012 Spectral domain OCT Optical coherence tomography Optical signals Electronic signals Schematic of a generic fiber-optic OCT system 2 2/23/2012 3 2/23/2012 4 2/23/2012 5 2/23/2012 6 2/23/2012 7 2/23/2012 8 2/23/2012 Optical coherence t

  • 15 Pages lecture12
    Lecture12

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    Thoery Computational Imaging Lab Point Spread Function Engineering for the Advanced Optics Lab Tony Barsic University of Colorado at Boulder Department of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering Dr. Piestuns Research Group anthony.barsic@colorado.edu

  • 22 Pages lecture11
    Lecture11

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    ECEE 5606 Advanced Optics Lab Bragg holography and holographic polymers Outline Thin holography Holographic photopolymers Bragg holography Efficiency Selectivity Robert R. McLeod, University of Colorado 1 Bragg holography and materials Basics via th

  • 30 Pages lecture10
    Lecture10

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    Photorefractive Eect 1. Photorefractive eect 2. Volume Holography 3. Kuktarev band transport equations 4. Two-wave mixing 5. Anistropic Electrooptic eect 6. Photorefractive Grating Recording and Readout Bragg matching a red probe beam 7. Photorefractive

  • 14 Pages lecture8
    Lecture8

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    Acousto-optic modulators and deectors Historical overview of Acousto-optic devices 1922 - Brillouin predicted the light diraction by an acoustic wav e 1932 - Debye and Sears, Lucas and Biquard carried out rst AO expe riments 1937 - Raman and Nath analy

  • 24 Pages lecture7
    Lecture7

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    Crystal optics lecture ECE 5606 Adv. Optics Lab Outline Classes of polarizing devices Polarization states Eigen-polarization of crystals Momentum matching at boundaries Polarization calculations Mueller matrices Jones matrices Anisotropic power walk

  • 26 Pages lecture6
    Lecture6

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    Consider an elliptically polarized wave Polarization Ellipse Right handed clockwise looking towards source. Follows left handed thread. (seems backwards: opposite from RF convention) Transverse EM plane wave in free space Ex(z, t) = E0x cos(t kz + x) = 1

  • 57 Pages lecture5
    Lecture5

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    Consider an elliptically polarized wave Right handed clockwise looking towards source. Follows left handed thread. (seems backwards: opposite from RF convention) y Ex = a1 cos t Ey = a2 cos(t + ) 2a2 phase dierence a x (-a1,a2cos) 2a1 tan 2 = tan 2 cos

  • 10 Pages lecture4
    Lecture4

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    Spectroscopy Frequency and Wavelength Wavelength [nm=10A] and Frequency [Hz,THz,PHz] c c = c = = When refracting into a medium, the frequency is constant, but the wavelength and velocity decrease by n 1. Dispersing Prism Low resolution Prism spectrosco

  • 23 Pages lecture3
    Lecture3

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    Interferometers and Interferometry Plane Waves direction cosines of a plane wave Plane wave interference. n i 2 (x+y +z ) E (x, y, z ) = E0pe Spherical wave interference 2 + 2 + 2 = 1 Division of Wavefront Interferometers 2-slit interference, Lloyds m

  • 4 Pages lecture14
    Lecture14

    School: Colorado

    Course: Advanced Optics Lab Organizational Meeting

    2/27/2012 Wave phenomena - Diffraction Adaptive Optics Lab AOL 2012 Adaptive Optics refers to optical systems which adapt to compensate for optical effects introduced by the medium between the object and its image. Diffraction Resolution Limit Modulation

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