After successfully completing the course, the students are able to:
To relate theory to everyday devices including optical components as well as purely optical devices.
To be able to combine various optical components for making appropriate devices.
To practice in the analysis and interpretation of experimental data.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Propagation of light. Reflection. Refraction. Lenses. Stops. Mirrors. Prisms. Fiberoptics. Optical systems. Thin lenses. Ray Tracing. Aberrations. Human Eye-Eyeglasses. Microscopes. Telescopes. The camera. Photometry.
Additional bibliography for study
E. Hecht "Optics" Addison - Wesley Publ. Co. 1987.
M. Klein, T. Furtak "Optics J. Wiley and Sons 1986.
F. Pedrotti, L. Pedrotti "Introduction to optics" Prentice - Hall, Inc 1993
F. Jenkins, H. White "Fundametal of optics" McGrow - Hill 1976.