GeomOpt1.1

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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECSE 527 Optical Engineering eometric Optics Geometric Optics I: Lenses and lens combinations lasses 3 Classes 3 6 Textbook sections: Hecht 5.1, 5.2 and 6.1 Image formation and aspheric lenses: Pages 1 25 herical lenses: 26 3 Spherical lenses: 26 63 Lens combinations: 64 93 Thick lenses: 94 119 Andrew Kirk 2010 Geometric optics 1: Lenses and lens combinations 1

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Geometrical optics and beams classes 1. Image formation spheric and spherical lenses 12. Ray matrices 1 3. ay matrices 2 2. Aspheric and spherical lenses 3. Compound optical systems 4. Thick lenses pertures in optical systems 13. Ray matrices 2 14. Gaussian beams 15. Gaussian beam transformations 5. Apertures in optical systems 6. Introduction to y nu ray tracing 7. Advanced ray tracing dV t il I (b i ) 16. CodeV tutorial II (mirrors, beams) 17. Geometric aberrations I. 8 eometric aberrations II 8. CodeV tutorial I (basics). 9. Reflecting systems. 18. Geometric aberrations II. 19. Chromatic aberrations 20. Radiometry ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics 1: Lenses and lens combinations 2
Section 1: Image formation •L e n s e s are used to focus and manipulate light. In this class we will investigate the science of image formation and discover what sort of surfaces are necessary to form an image. Before taking this class please read through the ‘ Optics Pre requisite Material ’ slides and take the associated ebCT st WebCT test. ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics 1: Lenses and lens combinations 3

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Learning outcomes After completing this section you should be able to: Define ‘imaging’, and relate to wavefront behaviour Explain what is meant by stigmatic imaging •D e s c r i b e requirements for ideal lens surface (and relate to Fermat’s principal) •L i s t some common aspheric surfaces ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics 1: Lenses and lens combinations 4
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