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Course: Optical Imaging

Department/Abbreviation: OPT/OPZ

Year: 2020

Guarantee: 'prof. RNDr. Zdeněk Bouchal, Dr.'

Annotation: Essence and importance of optical imaging

Course review:
1. Principles of optical imaging, basic imaging chain, conditions of ideal imaging. 2. Image formation using effects of geometrical, wave and nonlinear optics. 3. Wave optics imaging, diffraction resolution limits of imaging. 4. Paraxial ray imaging, paraxial parameters of optical systems, thin lens equation. 5. Paraxial ray imaging by spherical boundary, paraxial parameters of multiple element systems. 6. Matrix optics, matrices of basic optical transformations and systems, matrix optics in paraxial ray imaging. 7. Nonparaxial imaging by spherical boundary, conditions od aplanatic imaging. 8. Design of aplanatic lenses, simulation in Oslo Premium. 9. Nonparaxial imaging by aspherical boundary, determination of boundary parameters by Fermat principle. 10. Design of aspherical lenses, simulation in Oslo Premuium. 11. Classification and calculation of ray aberrations. 12. Determination of chromatic aberration caused by material dispersion, design of achromatic doublet. 13. Diffractive optical elements, determination of diffractive dispersion.