lecture 1 - ECE 414 ELEMENTS OF ELECTRO- AND FIBER OPTICS...

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aeb@purdue.edu 2011-414-spring ECE 414 ELEMENTS OF ELECTRO- AND FIBER OPTICS Assistant Professor Alexandra (Sasha) Boltasseva Birck 1295 (49-40301, aeb@purdue.edu ) Paul West (prwest@purdue.edu) Lectures: TTh 9:00 – 10:15, auditorium EE 226 Office hours: 10:30-11:30 AM, TTh (AB) 12-1 PM, Mo, We (PW) Website: Blackboard Vista http://www.itap.purdue.edu/tlt/blackboard/ Text: Fundamentals of Photonics Bahaa E. A. Saleh, Malvin Carl Teich Publisher: Wiley-Interscience; 2 edition (March 9, 2007)
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aeb@purdue.edu 2011-414-spring ECE 414 ELEMENTS OF ELECTRO- AND FIBER OPTICS Tests: February 24, March 24, EE 226 (in class) Grades: Test 1 100 Test 2 100 Final test 200 Report 100 Homework 80 Instructor options 20 TOTAL 600
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aeb@purdue.edu 2011-414-spring ECE 414 ELEMENTS OF ELECTRO- AND FIBER OPTICS Reports - One literature report is required Journal article on one of the course topics Short critical review (1-3 pages, typewritten, 1.5-spaced) Technical article (JOSA B, OL, OE, OC, IEEE J. of Quant. El., Phys. Rev., or IEEE J. Lightw. Techn. No trade magazines such as Photonics Spectra or Laser Focus!) Include a photocopy of the article Brief summary and critique of the article - discuss validity, significance, clarity, readability; relate to course topics Include questions about the article if any Reports are due on 04/26 Training for thesis, article and proposal writing!
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aeb@purdue.edu 2011-414-spring ECE 414 ELEMENTS OF ELECTRO- AND FIBER OPTICS Course Description: Fundamental of photonics, optical information processing, guided-wave optics, lasers, optical fibers and integrated optical components, devices in communication and sensor applications. Topics include generation, transformation, modulation and detection of laser beams and their applications. Objective: The course begins with a brief introduction to lasers and fibers and concentrates its attention to their use in communication and other electrical engineering applications. Topics are selected to emphasize the application of prerequisite material in electrophysics and systems areas of modern devices and systems.
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aeb@purdue.edu 2011-414-spring OPTICS AND ELECTRONICS For long time optics and electrical engineering were separate disciplines… Let’s take a quick quiz Example of pure electronic device Example of pure optical phenomenon/device Example of a device using both properties and applications of electrons and photons
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