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Topics in Optics @ Brown

My mentor Rudolf Oldenbourg and I taught an optics course at Brown University during Fall 2013. The course was geared towards graduate and advanced undergraduate students. The course involved hands-on experiences that students found unique and useful. At MBL, we had demonstration of Abbe's diffraction kit and opportunity to see an original copy of Newton's Opticks from MBL's rare books collection. At teaching laboratory of Brown, we discovered some neat optics demonstrations built more than a decade ago, but not utilized since long. One of them was a demonstration of wave-particle duality of light with the classic double slit experiment and single photon detector. I am posting slides of two lectures I gave - Analysis of imaging data and Fourier optics. 
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Shalin Mehta,
Dec 30, 2013, 10:24 AM
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Shalin Mehta,
Dec 30, 2013, 10:24 AM
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