Note Room change: **Conference room PAIS 1100**

### Last class Monday december 7

## Project extended to Friday, December 11

Join Zoom Meeting

https://unm.zoom.us/j/2763263855

Meeting ID: 276 326 3855

## I. Introduction

Introduction-1

Waves

Doppler effect

Particle-wave duality

High power

Introduction-2

cw versus short pulses

Time domain versus spectral domain

Micromechanical forces:

radiation pressure, angular momentum

### Introduction

## II. Waves

Waves

Complex representation of the field

Phase on reflection/transmission

Maxwell’s equations, propagation

## III. Uncertainty

Pulse time-bandwidth

Wigner function

Uncertainty principle

Phase modulation-dispersion

Introduction to solitons

## IV. Geometrical optics

Interfaces

Fermat Principle and Snell's laws

Reflection and refraction

## V. Optical matrices

## VI. Gaussian beams

## VII. Space-time analogy

## VIII. FABRY-PEROT

## IX. DIFFRACTION

Getting spectra, Fabry-Perot, Fraunhofer diffraction, gratings

Interferometers. gratings, Talbot effect

Talbot effect, gratings, spectrometers

## X. MULTILAYERS, POLARIZATION

Quarter wave, multilayer, polarization

__SAMPLE PROBLEMS WITH SOLUTION__

**TEST 1**

from 1 pm until 3 pm.

It will be a similar format as the class: Hybrid.

You can choose to be in the class room,

at your home or any place of your liking.

The questions will be posted on the Web site at 1 pm.

I will be on Zooming from the class room.

The answers should be turned in at 3 pm,

by e-mail or in person. Not by US mail

(post office will be too busy with the elections).

Material covered: Maxwell's equations, Geometric optics,

ABCD matrices, Gaussian optics.

There will be a review class on Wednesday, October 14, 2020.

**FINAL PROJECT**

## Project extended to Friday, December 11

See also "SPACE-TIME PROJECT" under VII. Space-time analogy

### Homeworks

Solution: Beam expander

the drop and planoconvex --- convex-plano