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Advanced Micro-optics for Medical and Environmental Monitoring
6-Apr-2016 12:44 12:44
Age: 5 yrs




Le professeur Hans Zappe donnera une série de 5 cours de physique (en anglais) d’une durée de 3h en relation avec les thématiques de recherche abordées pendant son séjour à l’UPE :

Lieu : Amphi 260 ou 210, ESIEE Paris, Cité Descartes, Noisy le Grand.

Dates : les 06, 07, 12, 13, et 14 avril 2016.

Horaires : de 14h00 à 17h00.


Programme : 
The proposed course contents include: 
• Optical physics, materials and interfaces 
• Reflective, refractive and diffractive optics 
• Waveguide and fiber optics 
• Lasers and active micro-optics 
• Tunable optics and optofluidics 
• Micro-optical sensor systems


Pré requis :
Bases élémentaires de physique.


Equipe pédagogique : Professeur invitant : Tarik Bourouina, Esycom Lab, ESIEE.

Séance n° 1 : 06-04-2016

Séance n° 2 : 07-04-2016

Séance n° 3 : 12-04-2016

Séance n° 4 : 13-04-2016

Séance n° 5 : 14-04-2016


Horaire : 14h00 à 17h00
Intervenant : Hans Zappe
Lieu : ESIEE, Cité Descartes, Amphi 210 ou 260

Intitulé cours : Optics plays a major role in many new types of sensor and diagnostic systems for medicine and environmental monitoring. The ultra-miniaturized systems attainable using micro-optics and MEMS have drastically increased the spectrum of possible applications. This lecture series will provide an overview of micro-optics as it is used in complex, highly miniaturized systems and show how these are used in novel types of optical sensors. The course will focus on optical fundamentals, and further lectures will focus on optical instrumentation as well as currently highly relevant areas such as optical MEMS, tunable optics and optofluidics. The course will conclude with some examples of micro-optical sensor systems Each lecture will address some of the fundamental optical physics consider the most relevant devices and components and then conclude with a discussion of the most important applications areas using industrially-relevant case studies. The more basic courses will make use of interactive optical simulations to allow students to better visualize the relevant phenomena.

 








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