ECE 498 LG
ECE 498 LG -
Geary, Joseph M. Introduction to lens design: with practical ZEMAX examples. Richmond: Willmann-Bell, 2002.
Greivenkamp, John E. Field guide to geometrical optics. Vol. 1. Bellingham, Washington: SPIE Press, 2004.
Fischer, Robert Edward, et al. Optical system design. New York: McGraw Hill, 2000.
Barrett, Harrison H., and Kyle J. Myers. Foundations of image science. John Wiley & Sons, 2013.
Tkaczyk, Tomasz S. "Field guide to microscopy." SPIE, 2010.
Liang, Rongguang. Optical design for biomedical imaging. Spie Press, 2010.
This course is a comprehensive introduction to the optical design of lenses and imaging systems. This course begins with a review of basic optics, including geometrical optics and Fourier optics. A discussion of how different system specifications influence the choice of design form, achievable performance, and cost will be presented. Aberration theory, stop shift theory, and induced aberrations are examined in detail. Factors that affect aberrations and the principles of aberration correction are discussed. Demonstrations of computer-aided lens design are given accompanied by a discussion of optimization theory, variables and constraints, and local vs. global optimization. Techniques for improving an optical design are illustrated with easy-to-understand Zemax examples.
Comprehend the aberration-correction techniques and understand their underlying principles
Design forms and process
Understand the importance of design forms (1)
Appreciate the distribution of optical powers in determining the quality of an optical design (1)
Know the fabrication error types (1)
Know the process of tolerance analysis (1)