Date & Venue
Thursday, 20 September 2018, 02:00PM
In this talk, the basic principles of optical design will be explained. Measurement techniques typically used by engineers will be covered. The talk focuses on the practical aspects and will skip most of the maths. A brief overview of the usage of CAD software packages for optical design is given. Example experimental setups will be explained and the design decisions will be discussed.
Ben Routley is a research assistant with the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Newcastle, with a specialization in Near-field optics. He is interested in probe based lithography and computer modelling. He has recently completed his PhD with the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences with a specialization in Organic Photo-voltaic devices.