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Unformatted text preview: FALL Semester 2010 THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA OSE 6265 Optical Systems Design James E. Harvey, Instructor Course Description (OSE 6265: Optical Systems Design) COURSE DESCRIPTION: Design principles of lens and mirror optical systems; evaluation of designs using computer techniques. The lectures include an introduction to optical system design, methods of lens design, optimization, paraxial layout, achomatization methods, Petzval curvature, 3rd and higher order optical aberrations, and image quality metrics. Text (Mandatory): Introduction to Lens Design: with Practical ZEMAX Examples Joseph M. Geary William-Bell, Inc. (2002) References: Geometrical Optics and Optical Design Practical Computer-aided Lens Design Mouroulis and Macdonald Gregory H. Smith Oxford University Press William-Bell, Inc. (1998) Modern Lens Design Elements of Modern Optical Design Warren J. Smith Donald C. O’Shea McGraw Hill (1992) Wiley Series of Pure and Applied Optics Handbook of Lens Design Aberration Theory made Simple (TT-6) Malacara and Malacara Virendra Mahajan Marcel Dekker, Inc. (1994) SPIE Press (1991) Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Applied Optics (OSE 5203), or equivalent (consent of Instructor). Instructor: James E. Harvey, Room A113, CREOL Building (407) 823-6818 [email protected] Office Hours: 4:00 - 6:00 MW i Course Instructor James E. Harvey Associate Professor of Optics and Electrical Engineering (9 / 90 - Present) University of Central Florida School of Optics/CREOL, Room A113 Telephone: (407) 823-6818 E-mail: [email protected] Educational Background Kansas Wesleyan University A. B. Degree Physics Wayne State University M. S. Degree Physics The University of Arizona M. S. Degree Optical Sciences The University of Arizona Ph. D. Degree Optical Sciences Industrial Experience Ford Motor Co. Scientific Research Staff, 1966-1972 (Holography, Automatic Glass Inspection). Optical Sciences Center, 1972-1976 (Opt. Prop. of IR Materials, Aberrations of Diff. Wave Fields, Surface Scatter Phenomena). United Technologies, 1976-1978 (Adaptive Optics, Real-time Wavefront Sensing). Univ. of Dayton Research Institute, 1978-1981 (Interferogram Analysis, HEL Optical Component Evaluation). United Technologies of NM, 1981-1982 (HEL Beam Sampling, HEL Diagnostics). Rockwell International, 1982-1983 (Diffraction Grating Analysis and Evaluation, Phased Telescope Array Technology). Perkin-Elmer Corp., 1983-1989 (NASA Astronomy Programs; SOT, AXAF, AIST, FUSE, GOES, HST). Hughes Danbury Optical Systems, Inc., 1989-1990 (Manager, Optical Design and Analysis). Academic Experience University of New Mexico, Adjunct Professor, 1981-1983 (Geometrical Optics, Optical Testing). University of Connecticut, Adjunct Professor, 1985-1989 (Physical Optics)....
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