• A Day in the Life - Optical Engineer

    Meet James Magras, an optical engineer at Cymer, An ASML Company.

    published: 05 Oct 2016
  • What's it like to be an Optical Engineer?

    Join our Edmund Optics’ optical engineers to discover the exciting field of optics, including what optical engineers do, why optics are relevant, and what cool projects Edmund Optics' engineers are currently working on! To learn more about optical engineering and Edmund Scientific's educational resources, including labs and inspiration kits, please visit www.edmundscientific.com.

    published: 12 Apr 2016
  • Optics Tutorial 13 - Field Stops, and Optical System Engineering with Pupil Matching

    Introduction of the field stop. Review of virtual and real pupils. How to discern field vs aperture stops. Pupil Matching for daisy chaining optical assemblies together

    published: 13 Jun 2014
  • What is OPTICAL ENGINEERING? What does OPTICAL ENGINEERING mean? OPTICAL ENGINEERING meaning

    What is OPTICAL ENGINEERING? What does OPTICAL ENGINEERING mean? OPTICAL ENGINEERING meaning - OPTICAL ENGINEERING definition - OPTICAL ENGINEERING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Optical engineering is the field of study that focuses on applications of optics. Optical engineers design components of optical instruments such as lenses, microscopes, telescopes, and other equipment that utilizes the properties of light. Other devices include optical sensors and measurement systems, lasers, fiber optic communication systems, optical disc systems (e.g. CD, DVD), etc. Because optical engineers want to design and build devices that make light do something useful, they must understand and apply the science of opt...

    published: 05 Oct 2016
  • Advice for students interested in optics and photonics

    SPIE asked leaders in the optics and photonics community to give some advice to students interested in the field. Astronomers, professors, CEOs, a Nobel Prize winner, and others all give their answer to the question, "What advice would you give to a student or young professional interested in optics and/or photonics?" This is a small collection of their responses.

    published: 13 Aug 2010
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering: Optics and Photonics Laboratory

    In the Photonics and Optics Laboratory in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, researchers investigate nanophotonics — manipulating light at the nanoscale, and intense light pulses in materials, or nonlinear optics. Assistant Professor Nathaniel Kinsey, Ph.D., and Ümit Özgür, Ph.D., Qimonda Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director of the department, explain.

    published: 23 Mar 2017
  • Fiber optic cables: How they work

    Bill uses a bucket of propylene glycol to show how a fiber optic cable works and how engineers send signal across oceans. More info at http://www.engineerguy.com. You can translate captions at http://www.engineerguy.com/translate

    published: 20 Jun 2011
  • The University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences: Lighting the Future

    The University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences is one of the premier educational and research institutions in optics and photonics worldwide. We focus on educating outstanding students with a broad foundation in all areas of optics and on providing practical experience and highly competitive technical skills. Our research program spans from optical engineering to fundamental optical physics, from photonics to image science, and provides unique opportunities to pursue cutting-edge applications of optics in real systems. Our graduates become professors, scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs, working in academia, industry, government and business around the globe.

    published: 27 Oct 2014
  • Carrot Optical Sorting Line at Poskitts Carrots from Tong Engineering

    This video shows the latest carrot grading and sorting technology in action at one of the UK’s larger producers and processors of carrots, potatoes and combinable crops, M H Poskitt Ltd. Better known as Poskitts, the forward-thinking vegetable producer and processor has chosen leading handling equipment manufacturer Tong Engineering to design a new carrot handling facility in-line with their business objectives of long-term growth, whilst minimising crop wastage. Designed to incorporate the latest optical sorting equipment, the new carrot handling facility is currently being installed on-site at M H Poskitt Ltd in Goole, East Yorkshire, and is set to offer fully automated sorting of Poskitts’ over 1000 tons of carrots each week. The new Tong carrot sorting facility will handle Poskitts w...

    published: 19 Oct 2016
  • B.tech Engineering Physics 1 || Optical Fibre and it's Types {hindi}

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  • Senior Optical Engineer talks about Solar Optical Module

    Donate https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/power-your-life/x/10897861#/story

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  • Reverse Engineering USB optical mouse

    This video describes an entire process of reverse engineering a USB optical mouse. 1. Hasitha Devinda 2. Rasika Lokuge

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  • Download Optical Components Techniques and Systems in Engineering Optical Science and Engineering Pd

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  • 1 - 2017 Winter School: Welcome & Introduction to Optical Engineering

    Welcome - Dean Thomas Koch Introduction to Optical Engineering - Prof. Jim Schwiegerling

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  • First Surface Mirror - Optical Reflection For Engineering

    A first surface mirror, also known as front surface mirror, has an optical grade mirror coating on the face of the glass that maximizes reflection and minimizes distortion. We can cut and ship custom sizes of this glass first surface mirror immediately. We know the struggle is real to find a reliable vendor. Order from us with confidence, as every shipment is fully insured and we can ship worldwide. Order now! https://www.twowaymirrors.com/first-surface-mirror/

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  • unbelievable Optical Engineering; i'm never see anything like this

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  • Amy Frantz, Optical Engineer, Edmund Optics

    Amy shares her best #tips4Scholars!

    published: 24 Feb 2016
  • Optical Fibres in Communication: Covers all Important Points about Optical Fibre [HD]

    This lecture on optical fibre includes: 1- What is an optical fibre? 2- Structure and working of the optical fibre 3- optical fibre communication process 4- Types of optical fibers (Single Mode Fiber and Multi Mode Fibre) 5- Benefits of optical fibers 6-Losses in optical fibre 7-Dispersion in optical fibre 1.What is an Optical Fibre? For more details you can visit my BLOG- http://www.engineeringmadeeasypro.com/ An optical fiber is a flexible and transparent fiber which is made by drawing glass (silica) or plastic. Optical fiber has a diameter slightly thicker than that of a human hair. 2.Structure and Working of the Optical Fibre Optical fibers are made of glass or plastic. Most optical fibers used in communication have diameter of 0.25 mm to 0.5 mm including outer coating. Optical Fib...

    published: 14 Jul 2017
  • Optical Engineering and Fiber Optic Communications by Dr. S.K.Ramesh

    ABSTRACT In the immortal words of Bob Dylan, "The times they are a changing". Globalization and innovation are driving change at an incredible pace. In this environment of change and development, Engineering has emerged as the renaissance degree program of the 21st century. Optical Engineering is at the center of this renaissance and is one of the sought after integrative and interdisciplinary areas within the field, as we address growing challenges in energy, health care, communications and transportation. Fiber optic communications has been vital to this growth as fibers have become the enabling technology in the information society in which we live. For modern communication systems, fiber technology has matured sufficiently to meet the increasing demands for bandwidth. Simultaneous adva...

    published: 18 Sep 2012
  • Shaya Fainman plenary: Nanoscale Engineering Optical Nonlinearities and Nanolasers

    A plenary talk from SPIE Optics + Photonics 2014 - http://spie.org/op Dense photonic integration requires miniaturization of materials, devices and subsystems, including passive components (e.g., engineered composite metamaterials, filters, etc.) and active components (e.g., lasers, modulators, detectors). In this plenary session, Shaya Fainman of Univ. of California, San Diego (USA) discusses passive and active devices that recently have been demonstrated in our laboratory, including monolithically integrated short pulse compressor utilized with silicon on insulator material platform and design, fabrication and testing of nanolasers constructed using metal-dielectric-semiconductor resonators confined in all three dimensions. Shaya Fainman is a Cymer and Distinguished Professor of ECE a...

    published: 13 Oct 2014
  • Optical Systems Engineering: It's Not Just the Optics! (8/29/2012)

    published: 01 Sep 2017
  • Apex Optical Coating Control Package - Angstrom Engineering

    Angstrom Engineering has designed a thin film optical coatings control and monitoring package and seamlessly integrates all aspects of recipe creation, film process control, and monitoring precision, into a single system.

    published: 10 Jul 2017
  • Optical Engineering

    5th Grade Science & Computer worked together to create a project using "Green Screen" & iMove.

    published: 15 Nov 2013
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A Day in the Life - Optical Engineer

A Day in the Life - Optical Engineer

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Meet James Magras, an optical engineer at Cymer, An ASML Company.
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What's it like to be an Optical Engineer?

What's it like to be an Optical Engineer?

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Join our Edmund Optics’ optical engineers to discover the exciting field of optics, including what optical engineers do, why optics are relevant, and what cool projects Edmund Optics' engineers are currently working on! To learn more about optical engineering and Edmund Scientific's educational resources, including labs and inspiration kits, please visit www.edmundscientific.com.
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Optics Tutorial 13 - Field Stops, and Optical System Engineering with Pupil Matching

Optics Tutorial 13 - Field Stops, and Optical System Engineering with Pupil Matching

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Introduction of the field stop. Review of virtual and real pupils. How to discern field vs aperture stops. Pupil Matching for daisy chaining optical assemblies together
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What is OPTICAL ENGINEERING? What does OPTICAL ENGINEERING mean? OPTICAL ENGINEERING meaning

What is OPTICAL ENGINEERING? What does OPTICAL ENGINEERING mean? OPTICAL ENGINEERING meaning

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What is OPTICAL ENGINEERING? What does OPTICAL ENGINEERING mean? OPTICAL ENGINEERING meaning - OPTICAL ENGINEERING definition - OPTICAL ENGINEERING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Optical engineering is the field of study that focuses on applications of optics. Optical engineers design components of optical instruments such as lenses, microscopes, telescopes, and other equipment that utilizes the properties of light. Other devices include optical sensors and measurement systems, lasers, fiber optic communication systems, optical disc systems (e.g. CD, DVD), etc. Because optical engineers want to design and build devices that make light do something useful, they must understand and apply the science of optics in substantial detail, in order to know what is physically possible to achieve (physics and chemistry). However, they also must know what is practical in terms of available technology, materials, costs, design methods, etc. As with other fields of engineering, computers are important to many (perhaps most) optical engineers. They are used with instruments, for simulation, in design, and for many other applications. Engineers often use general computer tools such as spreadsheets and programming languages, and they make frequent use of specialized optical software designed specifically for their field. Optical engineering metrology uses optical methods to measure micro-vibrations with instruments like the laser speckle interferometer or to measure the properties of the various masses with instruments measuring refraction.
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Advice for students interested in optics and photonics

Advice for students interested in optics and photonics

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SPIE asked leaders in the optics and photonics community to give some advice to students interested in the field. Astronomers, professors, CEOs, a Nobel Prize winner, and others all give their answer to the question, "What advice would you give to a student or young professional interested in optics and/or photonics?" This is a small collection of their responses.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering: Optics and Photonics Laboratory

Electrical and Computer Engineering: Optics and Photonics Laboratory

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In the Photonics and Optics Laboratory in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, researchers investigate nanophotonics — manipulating light at the nanoscale, and intense light pulses in materials, or nonlinear optics. Assistant Professor Nathaniel Kinsey, Ph.D., and Ümit Özgür, Ph.D., Qimonda Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director of the department, explain.
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Fiber optic cables: How they work

Fiber optic cables: How they work

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Bill uses a bucket of propylene glycol to show how a fiber optic cable works and how engineers send signal across oceans. More info at http://www.engineerguy.com. You can translate captions at http://www.engineerguy.com/translate
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The University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences: Lighting the Future

The University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences: Lighting the Future

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The University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences is one of the premier educational and research institutions in optics and photonics worldwide. We focus on educating outstanding students with a broad foundation in all areas of optics and on providing practical experience and highly competitive technical skills. Our research program spans from optical engineering to fundamental optical physics, from photonics to image science, and provides unique opportunities to pursue cutting-edge applications of optics in real systems. Our graduates become professors, scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs, working in academia, industry, government and business around the globe.
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Carrot Optical Sorting Line at Poskitts Carrots from Tong Engineering

Carrot Optical Sorting Line at Poskitts Carrots from Tong Engineering

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This video shows the latest carrot grading and sorting technology in action at one of the UK’s larger producers and processors of carrots, potatoes and combinable crops, M H Poskitt Ltd. Better known as Poskitts, the forward-thinking vegetable producer and processor has chosen leading handling equipment manufacturer Tong Engineering to design a new carrot handling facility in-line with their business objectives of long-term growth, whilst minimising crop wastage. Designed to incorporate the latest optical sorting equipment, the new carrot handling facility is currently being installed on-site at M H Poskitt Ltd in Goole, East Yorkshire, and is set to offer fully automated sorting of Poskitts’ over 1000 tons of carrots each week. The new Tong carrot sorting facility will handle Poskitts washed carrot crop and is designed and built over two levels, incorporating a specially designed mezzanine floor to ensure the complete sorting process can be completed within one building on site at Poskitts. Washed carrots are received onto the new high-care stainless steel sorting line by a series of elevators and conveyors that feed an impressive seven-line optical carrot sorting system which integrates seven fully automated Visar Sortop optical sorters of which Tong is UK distributor. A sophisticated conveying system receives the sorted crop and transfers graded crop to boxes, bags, or onward for cooling, weighing and packing. For more details of Tong's optical carrot sorting facility at M H Poskitt Ltd, visit http://tongengineering.com/2016/07/new-carrot-handling-facility-poskitts-set-uks-advanced/
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B.tech Engineering Physics 1 || Optical Fibre  and it's Types {hindi}

B.tech Engineering Physics 1 || Optical Fibre and it's Types {hindi}

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17. Engineering Optical Lattices

17. Engineering Optical Lattices

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Senior Optical Engineer talks about Solar Optical Module

Senior Optical Engineer talks about Solar Optical Module

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Donate https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/power-your-life/x/10897861#/story
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Reverse Engineering USB optical mouse

Reverse Engineering USB optical mouse

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This video describes an entire process of reverse engineering a USB optical mouse. 1. Hasitha Devinda 2. Rasika Lokuge
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Download Optical Components Techniques and Systems in Engineering Optical Science and Engineering Pd

Download Optical Components Techniques and Systems in Engineering Optical Science and Engineering Pd

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1 - 2017 Winter School: Welcome & Introduction to Optical Engineering

1 - 2017 Winter School: Welcome & Introduction to Optical Engineering

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First Surface Mirror - Optical Reflection For Engineering

First Surface Mirror - Optical Reflection For Engineering

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A first surface mirror, also known as front surface mirror, has an optical grade mirror coating on the face of the glass that maximizes reflection and minimizes distortion. We can cut and ship custom sizes of this glass first surface mirror immediately. We know the struggle is real to find a reliable vendor. Order from us with confidence, as every shipment is fully insured and we can ship worldwide. Order now! https://www.twowaymirrors.com/first-surface-mirror/
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unbelievable Optical Engineering; i'm never see anything like this

unbelievable Optical Engineering; i'm never see anything like this

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Amy Frantz, Optical Engineer, Edmund Optics

Amy Frantz, Optical Engineer, Edmund Optics

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Amy shares her best #tips4Scholars!
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Optical Fibres in Communication: Covers all Important Points about Optical Fibre [HD]

Optical Fibres in Communication: Covers all Important Points about Optical Fibre [HD]

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This lecture on optical fibre includes: 1- What is an optical fibre? 2- Structure and working of the optical fibre 3- optical fibre communication process 4- Types of optical fibers (Single Mode Fiber and Multi Mode Fibre) 5- Benefits of optical fibers 6-Losses in optical fibre 7-Dispersion in optical fibre 1.What is an Optical Fibre? For more details you can visit my BLOG- http://www.engineeringmadeeasypro.com/ An optical fiber is a flexible and transparent fiber which is made by drawing glass (silica) or plastic. Optical fiber has a diameter slightly thicker than that of a human hair. 2.Structure and Working of the Optical Fibre Optical fibers are made of glass or plastic. Most optical fibers used in communication have diameter of 0.25 mm to 0.5 mm including outer coating. Optical Fibre communication takes place between 0.8 micrometer to 1.7 micrometer of wavelength of electromagnetic spectrum. Optical fibres have a transparent core which is surrounded by a transparent cladding and the cladding has a protective covering over it. The image given below explains the concept of Total Internal Reflection (TIR) which is the phenomenon responsible for propagation of light inside the optical fibre. Based on the refractive index profile, there are two categories of optical fibres- #Step Index Optical Fibres #Graded Index Optical Fibres In step index fibres, the refractive index profile makes a step change at the core-cladding interface. In step index fibre if core has refractive index n1 and cladding has refractive index n2, then this condition holds- n1 greater than n2 And this is necessary condition for Total Internal Reflection (TIR) in the optical fibre. While the graded index fibres don't have a constant refractive index in the core but the refractive index of the core decreases with increasing radial distance from the core axis. It has maximum value of refractive index at the core axis that decreases as we move away from the core axis and becomes constant in the cladding. The light rays travel inside the core by the phenomena of total internal reflection. Since the core has higher refractive index (n1) than that of cladding (n2) So when the light rays fall on the core-cladding interface (moves from denser to rarer medium), it returns back into the core. But for the Total Internal Reflection (TIR) to take place, it is necessary for the light rays to have incidence angle greater than the critical angle while moving from denser to rarer medium (core to cladding). 3.Optical Fiber Communication Process Message that we want to transmit maybe non-electrical in nature (audio signal), so first of all it needs to be converted into electrical form using transducers. Now the message converted into electrical form modulates an optical source. Ex. LASER or LED. After this the light rays containing message travel through the optical fiber by the phenomena of total internal reflection. Due to total internal reflection the energy loss is negligible inside the fiber while travelling. Now at the receiving end, photodetectors like photodiodes or phototransistors etc, are used to convert the light signal back into electrical signal. Then the original message signal is retrieved from this electrical signal. 4.Types of Optical Fibres (Based on Modes of Propagation) There are two types of optical fibres based on modes of propagation - #Single Mode fibres (SMF) #MultiMode fibres (MMF) As clear by the name itself, the single mode fibres support only one propagation path, since they have very small diameter. While multimode fibres can support many propagation paths or transverse modes as they have larger diameter. Single mode fibres are used for long distance communication while multimode fibres for short distance communication. Single mode fibre provide greatest transmission bandwidth and lowest losses in communication. 5.Benefits of Optical Fibres #Energy loss is negligible inside the optical fibres while propagation due to total internal reflection. #Optical fibres provide very large potential bandwidth (since optical communication takes place at very high frequency. #Optical fibres have small size, are lightweight and very flexible. #Optical fibres provide electrical isolation and are shock resistant. Since inside the fibre, light propagates; not any electric current. #Optical fibers provide high degree of signal security since these fibres do not radiate significantly unlike copper cables. #Optical fibres are easy to maintain and the communication system is reliable. 6.Losses in Optical Fibres Although the optical fibres have negligible losses in propagation but some losses are still present. These losses are the following- #Material absorption #Linear and nonlinear scattering #Fibre bend losses 7.Dispersion in optical fibres When light rays travel through the fiber, the phenomena of dispersion (broadening of transmitted light pulses), takes place. Because of this dispersion, each pulse broadens and overlaps
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Optical Engineering and Fiber Optic Communications by Dr. S.K.Ramesh

Optical Engineering and Fiber Optic Communications by Dr. S.K.Ramesh

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ABSTRACT In the immortal words of Bob Dylan, "The times they are a changing". Globalization and innovation are driving change at an incredible pace. In this environment of change and development, Engineering has emerged as the renaissance degree program of the 21st century. Optical Engineering is at the center of this renaissance and is one of the sought after integrative and interdisciplinary areas within the field, as we address growing challenges in energy, health care, communications and transportation. Fiber optic communications has been vital to this growth as fibers have become the enabling technology in the information society in which we live. For modern communication systems, fiber technology has matured sufficiently to meet the increasing demands for bandwidth. Simultaneous advances in semiconductors have provided us with lasers, photo detectors, connectors, switches, and amplifiers to name a few components that have enabled the rapid growth of fiber based communication systems. The systems have matured over time to exploit the bandwidth capacity of optical fibers for a range of applications. This presentation will provide an overview of optical engineering and fiber optic communications so viewers can appreciate the fundamentals of the field and the potential applications, pedagogies and tools, and new areas for research. S. K. Ramesh joined CSUN as Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science in 2006. The college is home to over 2,800 students and approximately 100 faculty members and offers a wide range of ABET accredited programs in engineering and computer science, and an ACCE accredited program in construction management technology. Earlier, Dr. Ramesh served as a professor and was Department Chair of Electrical Engineering at CSU Sacramento for 19 years. During his tenure there he also served as Special Assistant to the President and Provost to shape the Sacramento State campus' IT initiative that showcased the campus IT capabilities to business and industry.
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Shaya Fainman plenary: Nanoscale Engineering Optical Nonlinearities and Nanolasers

Shaya Fainman plenary: Nanoscale Engineering Optical Nonlinearities and Nanolasers

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A plenary talk from SPIE Optics + Photonics 2014 - http://spie.org/op Dense photonic integration requires miniaturization of materials, devices and subsystems, including passive components (e.g., engineered composite metamaterials, filters, etc.) and active components (e.g., lasers, modulators, detectors). In this plenary session, Shaya Fainman of Univ. of California, San Diego (USA) discusses passive and active devices that recently have been demonstrated in our laboratory, including monolithically integrated short pulse compressor utilized with silicon on insulator material platform and design, fabrication and testing of nanolasers constructed using metal-dielectric-semiconductor resonators confined in all three dimensions. Shaya Fainman is a Cymer and Distinguished Professor of ECE at UCSD. He is directing research at the Ultrafast and Nanoscale Optics group and has made significant contributions to near field optical phenomena, meta-materials, nanophotonics and plasmonics. His a Fellow of the OSA, IEEE, and SPIE, and a recipient of numerous awards including SPIE's Gabor Award. He has contributed over 230 manuscripts in peer review journals and over 450 conference papers.
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Optical Systems Engineering: It's Not Just the Optics! (8/29/2012)

Optical Systems Engineering: It's Not Just the Optics! (8/29/2012)

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Apex Optical Coating Control Package - Angstrom Engineering

Apex Optical Coating Control Package - Angstrom Engineering

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Angstrom Engineering has designed a thin film optical coatings control and monitoring package and seamlessly integrates all aspects of recipe creation, film process control, and monitoring precision, into a single system.
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Optical Engineering

Optical Engineering

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5th Grade Science & Computer worked together to create a project using "Green Screen" & iMove.
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