Photon Engineering’s tutorial on Physical Optics Modeling (POM) is an intensive 3-day instruction covering wave propagation, polarization, interference, diffraction and partial coherence as they relate to applications in optical engineering.
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Availability date: 08/23/2016
Physical optics modeling requires propagating optical wave fields from a specific radiometric source through complex systems of apertures and reflective or refractive optical components, or even complete instruments or devices, usually to a focal plane or sensor. The model must accurately include the interference and diffraction effects allowed by the polarization and coherence characteristics of both the initial optical wave field and the components and media through which it passes. This short course is taught with an emphasis on the complex ray-tracing of Gaussian beams implemented in FRED although many of the concepts and techniques are generic to other similar software packages.
including coffee breakes, drinks and lunch
Price for 3 days tutorial EUR 1999,- + 19% VAT
Place of training:
BEST WESTERN Hotel Cristal, Schwanthalerstraße 36, 80336 Munich
The Seminar is held by an Optical Engineer from Photon Engineering.
Deadline for registration:
Registrations or cancellations are only accepted in written form. For cancellation of the written registration before deadline of registration half of the attendance fee will be credited. The attendance fee will not be credited if we receive the cancellation after the deadline for the registration.
Laser 2000 reserves the right to cancel the tutorial.
After your registration you will receive a confirmation. The invoice will be sent to the company address via post, if there is no other instruction on your registration.
We are looking forward to welcome you at the FRED training.