Physics 325 Spring 2016 Reference Page
|Typically Offered||Fall; Spring|
|L&S Credit||Counts for L&S degree|
Classical and modern optics, including imaging, polarization optics, optical telescopes, optical microscopes, interference and interferometers, optical fibers and fiber-optic communication, optical resonators, lasers, optical modulators, introduction to quantum and nonlinear optics. Concepts covered in lecture reinforced by weekly laboratory experiments.
Prerequisites: (PHYSICS 202, 208, or 248) and (PHYSICS 322 or concurrent enrollment), or graduate/professional standing
|001||Mark Saffman||MWF 08:50 am - 09:40 am||2104 Chamberlin|
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