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2.71/2.710 Optics MIT 2.71/2.710 09/08/04 wk1-b-1
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2.71/2.710 Optics Instructor : George Barbastathis Units: 3-0-9, Prerequisites: 8.02, 18.03, 2.003 2.71 : meets the Course 2 Restricted Elective requirement 2.710 : H-Level, meets the MS requirement in Design “gateway” subject for Doctoral Qualifying exam in Optics MIT 2.71/2.710 09/08/04 wk1-b-2
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Class objectives Cover the fundamental properties of light propagation and interaction with matter under the approximations of geometrical optics and scalar wave optics, emphasizing – physical intuition and underlying mathematical tools systems approach to analysis and design of optical systems Application of the physical concepts to topical engineering domains, chosen from – high-definition optical microscopy – optical switching and routing for data communications and computer interconnects – optical data storage – interface to human visual perception and learning MIT 2.71/2.710 09/08/04 wk1-b-3
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MIT 2.71/2.710 09/08/04 wk1-b-4 Imaging Information sensing Information storage/recall Information transmission (telecom) Information display (projectors) Materials/tissue processing Instrumentation / metrology Optics in Engineering Lithography
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Topics Geometrical optics – Basic ray-tracing – Image formation and imaging systems – Optical system design Wave optics – Scalar linear wave propagation – Wave properties of light – Polarization – Interference and interferometers – Fourier/systems approach to light propagation – Spatial filtering, resolution, coherent & incoherent image formation, space-bandwidth product – Wavefront modulation, holography, diffractive optics MIT 2.71/2.710 09/08/04 wk1-b-5
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What you need Absolutely necessary – Euclidean geometry – calculus with complex variables – Taylor series approximation – MATLAB or other computation/visualization software – linear systems (2.003 level, we will extensively review) Helpful if you know but we will cover here – basic electrodynamics – basic wave propagation – Fourier analysis MIT 2.71/2.710 09/08/04 wk1-b-6
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Class compass Textbooks: “Optics” by E. Hecht, 4 th edition (Addison-Wesley) – “Introduction to Fourier optics” by J. W. Goodman, 2 nd edition (McGraw-Hill) Other recommended texts: – “Waves and fields in optoelectronics” by H. A. Haus – “Optics” by Klein and Furtak – “Fundamentals of photonics” by Saleh and Teich – “Fundamentals of optics” by Jenkins and White – “Modern Optical Engineering” by W. J. Smith MIT 2.71/2.710 09/08/04 wk1-b-7
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Administrative: 2.71 Grade: 30% homeworks, 40% quiz, 30% final exam Ten homeworks – each due 1 week after post date (see syllabus) – see website for collaboration & late policies – mainly “comprehension” problems Occasional lab demonstrations (optional) MIT 2.71/2.710 09/08/04 wk1-b-8
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Administrative: 2.710 Grade: 25% homeworks, 30% quizes, 20% project, 25% final exam Ten homeworks – each due 1 week after post date (see syllabus) – see website for collaboration & late policies – both “comprehension” and “open-ended” problems
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