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Course: Optics for Experimental Physicists

Department/Abbreviation: SLO/OEF

Year: 2020

Guarantee: 'RNDr. Pavel Pavlíček, Ph.D.'

Annotation: To get acquainted with the principle a purpose of simple optical systems. To learn to use them in his/her laboratory work.

Course review:
- Illumination - eye as an optical detector, radiation and light quantities, reflective and diffusion surfaces, chained optical systems, loopholes and pupils - Geometrical optics - simple imaging systems (converging and diverging lens, gradient lens, objective lens, telephoto lens, glasses, binoculars), telecentry, Scheimpflug principle, pancratic systems - Defects of imaging - monochromatic defects (error calculation of the third order, spherical defect, astigmatism, curvature of the field, comma, distortion of image), chromatic aberration (achromats and apochromats) - 3D sensors - triangulation, interferometry, influence of coherent speckle