OPTI201L Syllabus F2009


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G EOMETRICAL AND I NSTRUMENTAL O PTICS L AB I OPTI 201L, F ALL 2009 Lab Schedule: (Room 438, Optical Sciences Center) Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 8:00-10:50 am--sec. 1 --- 8:00-10:50 am--sec. 6 1:00-3:50 pm--sec. 2 2:00-4:50 pm--sec. 4 1:00-3:50 pm--sec. 7 5:00-7:50 pm--sec. 3 5:00-7:50 pm--sec. 5 5:00-7:50 pm--sec. 8 Monday, 2:00-2:50 pm – Lecture Session in room 307, Optical Sciences Center new building! Dr. Mike Nofziger Phone: 626-8363 E-mail: [email protected] Office location: Optical Sciences Center, Room 412A Office Hours: Tue. 2-4pm, Wed. 10am-noon, Thurs. 2-4pm, and by appointment Objectives: This lab course has been designed to closely follow OPTI 201R, Geometrical Optics. It provides hands-on experience with most of the concepts taught in that course. If you are majoring in Optics, then 201L is a required course. It is strongly recommended that both courses be taken concurrently to optimize your learning. The main objectives for this lab center around understanding the basics of geometrical optics, image formation, and the optics of various instruments. A variety of optical lab techniques will also be taught. Underlying most of the labs are the concepts of image spatial location and image size. Textbook: Class Notes are available at the EES Copy Center, Harvill Room 137 (621-7502; 8:00am-5:00pm). You are required to keep lab notes in some type of bound lab notebook (no loose sheets of paper). Grading: Weekly Lab Summary: 100 Points/lab (2 lowest scores dropped) = 1100 Optical System Project 300 Points = 300 Final Analysis: 100 Points = 100 Lecture Session attendance: 100 Points = 100 TOTAL POINTS = 1600 Final grading will be done on a curve. If your score falls “in-between” grades, input from your TA will be used to assess how you performed in lab, to make a final decision on your grade. * LATE POLICY:
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2009 for the course OPTI 201l taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Arizona.

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