Physical Optics 2(2.0 credits)
|Course Type||:||Specialized Courses|
|Course Name||:||Applied Physics|
|Starts 1||:||3 the previous term|
|Lecturer||:||Hideo KISHIDA Professor|
|To understand the properties of light and interactions between light and matters, and acquire basic skills for optics and basic knowledge about optical applications.
1. The ability to explain the reflection, refraction and propagation of light on basis of the knowledge of electromagnetic waves in matters and polarization of light.
2. The ability to explain the interaction between light and matters using a classical model of atoms.
3. The ability to explain the light emission and the principle of lasers.
|Physical Optics 1, Electromagnetics, Mathematics with Exercises|
|1. Electromagnetic waves and polarization of light
1.1 Maxwell's equations
1.2 Fresnel formulae
1.3 Polarized light
1.6 Optical rotation and Faraday effect
2. Interactions between light and matter
2.2 Lorentz model
2.3 Dispersion and absorption
3. Light emission and principle of laser
3.1 Stimulated emission and spontaneous emission
|Optical Physics by T. Kushida (Kyoritsu)|
|Examination and reports
Pass mark 60/100
|You can make questions after the class. Otherwise, contact the instructor.|