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Optical Information
Date:Jun 1, 2018    Author:

Course No.: 012012

Course Category: elective courses of subject

Period/Credits: 32/2

Prerequisite: Advance Mathematics, Mathematical Statistics, College Physics, Physical Optics, Optical Fiber Technology, Electromagnetic Field Theory, Laser Principle, Fourier optics and so on.  

Aims & Requirements: 

This book will address the advances, applications, research results, and emerging areas of optics, photonics, computational approaches, nano-photonics, bio-photonics, with applications in information systems. The objectives are to bring together novel approaches, analysis, models, and technologies that enhance sensing, measurement, processing, interpretation, and visualization of information. The book will concentrate on new approaches to information systems, including integration of computational algorithms, bio-inspired models, photonics technologies, information security, bio-photonics, and nano-photonics. Applications include bio-photonics, digitally enhanced sensing and imaging systems, multi-dimensional optical imaging and image processing, bio-inspired imaging, 3D visualization, 3D displays, imaging on nano-scale, quantum optics, super resolution imaging, photonics for biological applications, microscopy, information optics, and holographic information systems.

Primary Coverage

- General Solution of Two-Dimensional Beam-Shaping with Two Surfaces.

- Nanophotonics for Information Systems.

- Liquid Crystal Light-Valves for Slow-Light and Applications.

- Diversity of Optical Signal Processing Led by Optical Signal Form Conversion.

- Dynamic Wavefront Sensing and Correction with Low-Cost Twisted Nematic Spatial Light Modulators.

- Nanoinjection Detectors and Imagers for Sensitive and Efficient Infrared Detection.

- Biological Applications of Stimulated Parametric Emission Microscopy and Stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy.

- 3D Passive/Active Imaging and Visualization.

- Novel Approaches in 3D Sensing, Imaging, and Visualization.

- Overview of Free-viewpoint TV (FTV).

- Presentation and Perception of Digital Hologram Reconstructions of Real

-World Objects on Conventional Stereoscopic Displays.

- Parallel Phase-Shifting Digital Holography Based on the Fractional Talbot Effect.

- Improvement of Viewing-Zone Angle and Image Quality of Digital Holograms.

- Shot Noise in Digital Holography.

- Deformation of Digital Holograms for Full Control of Focus and for Extending the Depth of Field.

- Zoom Algorithms for Digital Holography.

- Polarimetric Imaging.

- Partial Polarization of Optical Beams: Temporal and Spectral Descriptions.

- A Degree of Freedom and Metrics Approach for Nonsingular Mueller Matrices Characterizing Passive Systems.

- Resolution-Enhanced Imaging Based upon Spatial Depolarization of Light.

- Algorithms for Imaging and Analysis.


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