ME 465: OPTICS THEORY AND APPLICATION

Instructor: K. C. Toussaint, Jr.

MW 1-2:50 pm, Materials Science and Engineering Building 4101

Office Hours: W 3:30-4:30 pm or by appointment, MEL 2119

 


About the Course

This course is intended to provide a practical understanding to optics/light  for engineering and science students who are non-specialists. Students will be introduced to basic concepts in electromagnetic fields and waves as they pertain to imaging and measurement science. An emphasis will be placed on current phenomena and technologies. Advanced background in electromagnetics is not required.

 

Reference Texts: Saleh & Teich, Fundamentals of Photonics, 2nd Ed., 2007.

                             Hecht, Optics, any edition

                              Fowles, Introduction to Modern Optics, 2nd Ed, 1975.                   

 

Teaching Assistant: Mr. Hemangg Rajput;  Office Hours: By appointment

 

Syllabus


Lectures

Lecture1

Lecture2

Lecture3

Lecture4

Lecture5

Lecture6

Lecture7

Lecture8

Lecture9

Lecture10

Lecture11

Lecture12

Lecture13

Lecture14

Lecture15

Lecture16

Lecture17


Labs

Lab1

Lab2

Lab3

Lab4

Lab5


Projects

Project1(undergrads)

Project1(grads)

Project2(undergrads)

Project2(grads)