3 units – Fall Quarter
Lecture: 3 hours
Prerequisite: EEC 130B or equivalent; EEC 230 recommended
Grading: Letter; homework (30%), midterm exam (30%), final exam (40%).
Nonlinear optical interactions have important applications in optical information processing, telecommunications and integrated optics. The basic concepts underlying optical nonlinear interactions in materials and in guided media are presented. (Offered in alternate years) (Not open to credit for those students who have taken course EEC233.)
Expanded Course Description:
One of two courses to provide the required background for graduate students interested in opto-electronics. This course will concentrate on nonlinear phenomena caused by optical radiation.
Instructors: Knoesen, Dienes, Heritage, Solgaard
THIS COURSE DOES NOT DUPLICATE ANY EXISTING COURSE.
Last revised: January 1997