EE 236 Winter 15 Homework 5
Issued: 02/19/15
Due: 03/03/15
1. Matrix analysis of Fabry-Perot etalon
a) Do problem 5.5 in the text book. Assume a finite stack made of two materials with indices n1
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EE 236 Winter 15 Homework 1
Issued: 01/06/15
Due: 01/27/15
1. Fluorescence characteristics
The fluorescence quantum yield is determined by the radiative and non-radiative decay rates.
The non-radiativ
EE 236 Winter 15 Homework 3
1. Asymmetric slab waveguide
Consider the one-dimensional asymmetric slab waveguide shown below. Assume n2>n1,n3, and
TE polarization. Propagation is along z (into the plan
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EE 236 Integrated Biophotonics, Winter 2015
EE236 Integrated biophotonics - Class outline
Class objective:
Explore current trends in integrated optics with a focus on
the emerging field of optofluidics and ultrasensitive biodetection
hollow-cor
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EE 236 Winter 15 Homework 4
Issued: 02/10/15
Due: 02/19/15
1. Solid-core waveguides for optofluidics
a) Buried waveguides
In class, we discussed a buried PDMS waveguide with index 1.46 surrounded by i
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