microscopic, anisotropy, non-linearity, optical propertiesPosition of the Course
Introducing the microscopic origin of optical phenomena and transferring concepts from microscopic to macroscopic descriptions.
bachelor in applied physics or bachelor in electrotechnical engineeringFinal Competences
CONCEPTS: polarization, jones matrix, anisotropic media, electro-optic effect, acousto-optic effect, liquid crystals, second harmonic generation, phase matching, optical parametric oscillation INSIGHT: in microscopic theory, macroscopic theory, energy contributions, elementary quantum transitions SKILLS: use of formalisms for polarization, crystalsymmetry, electro-optics, matrixcalculation with PC ATTITUDES: application of theory, problem solving, literature studyTeaching and Learning Material
help with solving exercices and with the PC practicumTeaching Methods
Classroom lectures; Classroom problem solving sessionsEvaluation Methods
Evaluation throughout semester as well as during examination period. Special conditions: In the exam period: 70% During the lecturing time: 10%+20%Examination Methods
During examination period: written closed-book exam complemented with oral examination; written open-book exam - problems