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To expose students to optical components and system design. The course covers Basic Optics & Optical System Specifications, Stops, Pupils, and Other Basic Principles, Diffraction, Aberrations, and Image Quality, The Concept of Optical Path Difference, Review of Specific Geometrical Aberrations, Material Selection, Spherical and Aspherical Surfaces, Design Forms & Processes, Gaussian Beam Imagery, Illumination System Design and Tolerancing, Producibility, Evaluation & Manufacturing. Students will be familiar with design softwares.
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