FREE VirtualLab Fusion Seminar - Beyond Ray Tracing: Innovative Optical Design with Fast Physical Optics
Modern optical technology has so branched out from traditionally understood lens systems that ray optics often falls short when it comes to simulating and designing cutting-edge optical systems with acceptable accuracy. A software package that yields fast physical optics simulation results alongside ray tracing then becomes, not a choice, but a necessity. This is precisely what VirtualLab Fusion offers: come to our free seminar to discover the fast physical optics concept, how to benefit from it through our user-friendly GUI, and an overview of what it can provide in a wide-ranging set of applications!
Here you can find the flyer. This workshop is free of charge for you.
Concepts, techniques, and customization 9:00 am - 12:00 am
Introduction to the theory and concepts of fast physical optics
Modeling techniques in VirtualLab Fusion
Design methods for diffractive, refractive, and hybrid optical components and systems
VirtualLab Fusion user-interface concept, tools, customization and programming
Applications and software demonstrations 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Discussion and demonstration of application examples out of a collection of numerous VirtualLab Fusion use cases
Insights into the functionality and usage of VirtualLab Fusion through use cases
Questions & answers on how VirtualLab Fusion can provide the solution you seek
VirtualLab Fusion Technologies
In the seminar we will discuss VirtualLab's modeling techniques - a very general approach to optical modeling facilitates the combination of many different tools in a single platform.
Lasers, LD, VCSEL and LED sources, fs pulses
Aberration and PSF/MTF
Radiometric and photo-metric detectors
Fast k-domain operators
RCWA grating modeling
Local Maxwell solvers
Thin element approximation (TEA)
Beam propagation method (BPM)
Coating S matrix
GRIN media solver
IFTA design algorithm
Optimization options and investigations of parameter variations
VirtualLab Fusion Applications
Together with the seminar participants we will select the applications and software use cases of most interest. The application examples include but are not restricted to:
Laser beam delivery, scanning, LIDAR systems
Freeform surfaces for imaging and light shaping
Diffractive, Fresnel and meta-lens modeling and design
Ghost image investigation
High-NA diffractive beam splitting
Diffractive diffuser for illumination
Shaping light of VCSEL arrays
Spatial light modulators
Please note that we have to inform you according to applicable law that your contact details of the registration will be handed over to LightTrans International UG (Kahlaische Straße 4, 07745 Jena, Germany) in order to optimize this workshop specifically for you and your needs. After your registration you will be contacted by LightTrans in order to adjust the topics of this workshop.
PhotonicNet GmbH merely organizes this workshop. LightTrans International UG is responsible for the content design.
For further questions regarding the topics of this workshop please contact LightTrans International UG