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Course: Wave and Geometrical Optics 2

Department/Abbreviation: OPT/VPO2X

Year: 2018

Guarantee: 'prof. RNDr. Zdeněk Hradil, CSc.'

Annotation: Definition of geometrical, wave and electromagnetic optics, mathematical formalism for description of wave phenomena

Course review:
Definition of geometrical, wave and electromagnetic optics, mathematical formalism for description of wave phenomena Solutions of Helmholtz equation in the form of plane waves, harmonic analysis, diffraction grating Kirchhoff solution of wave equation, Fraunhoffer and Fresnel approximation Fourier optics, general description of linear systems, transfer and response functions Examples of use of Fraunhoffer and Fresnel approximation, diffraction at a circular slit, Talbot images, FFT Coherent and non-coherent imaging in wave optics Electromagnetic optics and laws of conservation, energy optics Classification of optical properties of medium according to susceptibility, Kramers-Kröning relations, propagation of pulses in disperse medium, speed of light Polarization of light and its description, effect in anisotropic medium Rayleigh scattering