This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5601, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree.

이 강좌는 Optical Engineering 특화 과정의 일부입니다.

Optical Engineering 특화 과정콜로라도 대학교 볼더 캠퍼스

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This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5601, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree.

Optical instruments are how we see the world, from corrective eyewear to medical endoscopes to cell phone cameras to orbiting telescopes. This course will teach you how to design such optical systems with simple mathematical and graphical techniques. The first order optical system design covered in the previous course is useful for the initial design of an optical imaging system but does not predict the energy and resolution of the system. This course discusses the propagation of intensity for Gaussian beams and incoherent sources. It also introduces the mathematical background required to design an optical system with the required field of view and resolution. You will also learn how to analyze these characteristics of your optical system using an industry-standard design tool, OpticStudio by Zemax.

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완료 시 수료증 획득

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지금 바로 시작해 나만의 일정에 따라 학습을 진행하세요.

다음 특화 과정의 3개 강좌 중 2번째 강좌:

유동적 마감일

일정에 따라 마감일을 재설정합니다.

고급 단계

완료하는 데 약 21시간 필요

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자막: 영어

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This 강좌 is part of the 100% online Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from 콜로라도 대학교 볼더 캠퍼스.
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1First order optical system design using rays is useful for the initial design of an optical imaging system, but does not predict the energy and resolution of the system. This module introduces Gaussian beams, a specific example of how the shape of the light evolves in an imaging system.

12개 동영상 (총 80분), 2 개의 읽기 자료, 4 개의 테스트

Light has a shape3m

The Gaussian beam11m

The Gaussian q parameter4m

The evolution of the q parameter10m

Gaussian Beam Propagation Lab Demo3m

Ray tracing Gaussian beams9m

Examples of ray tracing Gaussian beams7m

Do Gaussian beams obey imaging?8m

The Lagrange invariant4m

The post-doc's tale4m

Design of a fiber to fiber coupler7m

Course overview5m

Tools and Resources10m

Gaussian Beam Practice Problems20m

Gaussian Beam OpticStudio Practice20m

Practice Problem15m

Gaussian Beams1시간 45분

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2This module provides the background for the full electro-magnetic field description of optical systems, including a description of plane and spherical waves and a formal treatment of reflection and refraction from this perspective. We start out with a quick review of the mathematical background for this description. This will be fairly short, but you may want to spend some more time reviewing these concepts on your own if you have not seen them for a while.

8개 동영상 (총 51분), 2 개의 읽기 자료, 3 개의 테스트

Lorentz oscillator10m

Wave equation3m

Plane waves4m

Spatial frequency9m

Spherical waves2m

Fresnel coefficients7m

Brewster's Angle Laboratory Demonstration5m

Spatial Frequency Introduction10m

Polarization: Sunglasses and the Sky15m

Absorption Practice10m

Practice Problems20m

Maxwell's Equations2시간

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3This module provides an introduction to the basics of Fourier Optics, which are used to determine the resolution of an imaging system. We will discuss a few Fourier Transforms that show up in standard optical systems in the first subsection and use these to determine the system resolution, and then discuss the differences between coherent and incoherent systems and impulse responses and transfer functions in the second subsection. We will wrap up with a discussion of these concepts using OpticStudio.

10개 동영상 (총 61분)

Fourier Transform of the Gaussian Beam4m

The Airy disk6m

Cutoff Frequency5m

The coherent transfer function4m

The relation of impulse response and transfer function5m

Incoherent impulse response4m

Optical transfer function4m

Summary6m

Implementation in OpticStudio10m

Airy Disk OpticStudio Practice20m

Impulse Responses1시간

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4This module takes the concepts of pupils and resolution that we have discussed in the previous modules and works through how to apply them to our first-order optical design systems. We start with a description of how to find the system pupils and windows, then move on to a discussion of how that affects the imaging properties of this system, and finally return to the Lagrange invariant and its utility in optical system design.

11개 동영상 (총 90분)

Field stop and windows8m

Lyot stop6m

Stops Laboratory Demonstration4m

Effective NA and F#7m

Depth of focus9m

Vignetting6m

Telecentric imaging4m

Lagrange invariant8m

Resolvability12m

Example and Phase Space13m

Finite Aperture Practice30m

Fine Aperture Optics3시간

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5One of the main questions you ask when designing an optical system is "How much light can I get through the system?" In this last section of new content for this course, we move from talking about resolution to talking about the amount of light we expect at each point in the optical system, a field of study called radiometry.

10개 동영상 (총 58분), 1 개의 읽기 자료, 1 개의 테스트

Radiometry units8m

Solid angle2m

Blackbody radiation5m

Lasers vs. lamps6m

Tilted sources9m

Cos 4th law4m

Constant radiance theorem7m

Constant radiance theorem again3m

Example8m

Introduction to Blackbody Radiation10m

Radiometry2시간

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YS 제공2019년 7월 19일

The content is good, and the instructor is very responsive through email. Though I think the capstone is not as challenging as the first course.

OD 제공2018년 11월 14일

The lab demonstrations were very helpful and the explanations of complex phenomena were very easy to understand.

FH 제공2019년 6월 21일

The course content is good. But the instructors had not been responsive to any question posted on the forum.

The courses in this specialization can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5600-5602, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree. Enroll here.
Optical instruments are how we see the world, from corrective eyewear to medical endoscopes to cell phone cameras to orbiting telescopes. This course will teach you how to design such optical systems with simple graphical techniques, then transform those pencil and paper designs to include real optical components including lenses, diffraction gratings and prisms. You will learn how to enter these designs into an industry-standard design tool, OpticStudio by Zemax, to analyze and improve performance with powerful automatic optimization methods....

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