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Long name | wave optics, interference, diffraction |
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Approving CModule | WIB_BaET |

Responsible |
Prof. Dr. Michael Gartz
Professor Fakultät IME |

Level | Bachelor |

Semester in the year | summer semester |

Duration | Semester |

Hours in self-study | 78 |

ECTS | 5 |

Professors |
Prof. Dr. Michael Gartz
Professor Fakultät IME |

Requirements | complex number Mathematics 1 and 2 Physics, generally wave theory |

Language | German |

Separate final exam | Yes |

Pedrotti, Pedrotti, Bausch, Schmidt: Optik für Ingenieure. Grundlagen (Springer)

Hecht: Optik (Oldenbourg)

Bergmann, Schaefer, Bd.3, Optik, de Gruyter

Max Born und Emil Wolf, Principles of Optics, Cambridge University Press

Saleh, Teich, Grundlagen der Photonik, Wiley-VCH

Hecht: Optik (Oldenbourg)

Bergmann, Schaefer, Bd.3, Optik, de Gruyter

Max Born und Emil Wolf, Principles of Optics, Cambridge University Press

Saleh, Teich, Grundlagen der Photonik, Wiley-VCH

That means, within the excersises the terms coherence, interference, diffraction and polarisation have to be understood and can be exerted.The optical terms like harmonic wave, plane wave and spherical wave as well as the model of the electric magnetic wave have to be taken for the solution of an analysed optical question and have to be understood and can be exerted.

Understood and remebered formula and optical prinziple have to be combined for the solving of new types of excercises. Formulas have to be converted.

That means, within the excersises the terms coherence, interference, diffraction and polarisation have to be understood and can be exerted.The optical terms like harmonic wave, plane wave and spherical wave as well as the model of the electric magnetic wave have to be taken for the solution of an analysed optical question and have to be understood and can be exerted.

Understood and remebered formula and optical prinziple have to be combined for the solving of new types of excercises. Formulas have to be converted.

optical settings align

Light in the description of wave optics

delimitation of the wave optics to the geometrical optics

Wave equation

mathematical definition of a wave

electric field strength

magnetic field strength

mathematival description of waves

harmonic wave

definition of intensity

interference of waves

superposition principle = linear system

Two beam interference:

mathematical description

Michelson interferometer

Young's Double slit experiment

Mach-Zehnder interferometer

interference at thin layers

coherence

definition of the coherence

temporal coherence / spectral distribution

spatial coherence / geometrical dilatation

Diffraction

elementary waves

Huygen's principle

Fraunhofer diffraction

diffraction at a slit

diffraction at a circular aperture

diffraction at a grating

diffracton at a zone plate

resolution power of optical instruments

Rayleigh criterion

Fraunhofer diffraction as Fourier transformation

transmission function of a slit

Fresnel diffraction

diffraction regime

Fresnel diffraction images

Fresnel zones

Fresnel zone plate

diffraction at a slit

Babinetsches principle

polarisation

generation of polarised light

Brewster angle

dichroism

birefringence

reflection

scattering

linear, circular and elliptical polarisation

presentation of polarisation states as superposition of two linear polarised waves

mathematical description of polarisation

Jones vectors, Jones matrices

polarisation of active optical components

Light in the description of wave optics

delimitation of the wave optics to the geometrical optics

Wave equation

mathematical definition of a wave

electric field strength

magnetic field strength

mathematival description of waves

harmonic wave

definition of intensity

interference of waves

superposition principle = linear system

Two beam interference:

mathematical description

Michelson interferometer

Young's Double slit experiment

Mach-Zehnder interferometer

interference at thin layers

coherence

definition of the coherence

temporal coherence / spectral distribution

spatial coherence / geometrical dilatation

Diffraction

elementary waves

Huygen's principle

Fraunhofer diffraction

diffraction at a slit

diffraction at a circular aperture

diffraction at a grating

diffracton at a zone plate

resolution power of optical instruments

Rayleigh criterion

Fraunhofer diffraction as Fourier transformation

transmission function of a slit

Fresnel diffraction

diffraction regime

Fresnel diffraction images

Fresnel zones

Fresnel zone plate

diffraction at a slit

Babinetsches principle

polarisation

generation of polarised light

Brewster angle

dichroism

birefringence

reflection

scattering

linear, circular and elliptical polarisation

presentation of polarisation states as superposition of two linear polarised waves

mathematical description of polarisation

Jones vectors, Jones matrices

polarisation of active optical components

calcualtion of

field strength and intensity of two beam interference

coherence length

coherence time

spectral width of light source

contrast

path difference and phase difference

defining of

the wave function and

the complex wave function

generation

of a harmonic grating,

of polarised light

determination of

states of polarisation

of chromatic lenght aberration of a zone plate

distinguish / denominate

the interference phenomenon in case of polarised light

of astigmatism of a zone plate

field strength and intensity of two beam interference

coherence length

coherence time

spectral width of light source

contrast

path difference and phase difference

defining of

the wave function and

the complex wave function

generation

of a harmonic grating,

of polarised light

determination of

states of polarisation

of chromatic lenght aberration of a zone plate

distinguish / denominate

the interference phenomenon in case of polarised light

of astigmatism of a zone plate

Type | Attendance (h/Wk.) |
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Lecture | 2 |

Exercises (whole course) | 1 |

Exercises (shared course) | 0 |

Tutorial (voluntary) | 0 |

keine/none

none

Presentation slides for the lecture as pdf-files

exercise task as downloadable files

exercise task as downloadable files

none

align of optical settings

make record series of measurements and document them

generate diagrams

checking results for plausibility

recognize and understand correlations

make error analysis

realize basical optical set-ups, assemble, align, make a functional check

investigate natural scientific and technical principles by optical set-ups

project record series of measurements,

estimate error effects,

check the suitability of the set-up

make the evaluation of self generated record series of measurements

present measurement values graphically

calculate implicit values in correct mathematical manner from measurement values

recognize logical errors and name them

simulate measurement values with given formulas

compose a traceable report

describe the conceptual formulation

state the method of resolution

represent the results in a clear manner

discuss the results in a technical, academic manner

work on complex technical tasks by teamwork

organize in subtasks

present the results and make a critical discussion

make record series of measurements and document them

generate diagrams

checking results for plausibility

recognize and understand correlations

make error analysis

realize basical optical set-ups, assemble, align, make a functional check

investigate natural scientific and technical principles by optical set-ups

project record series of measurements,

estimate error effects,

check the suitability of the set-up

make the evaluation of self generated record series of measurements

present measurement values graphically

calculate implicit values in correct mathematical manner from measurement values

recognize logical errors and name them

simulate measurement values with given formulas

compose a traceable report

describe the conceptual formulation

state the method of resolution

represent the results in a clear manner

discuss the results in a technical, academic manner

work on complex technical tasks by teamwork

organize in subtasks

present the results and make a critical discussion

Type | Attendance (h/Wk.) |
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Practical training | 1 |

Tutorial (voluntary) | 0 |

keine/none

none

written instructions to each experiment as pdf-files

none

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