- Naftaly Menn
Upper-level undergraduate and graduate level courses in applied optics in departments of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and physics. Industry short courses, e.g. at OFC, CLEO, etc. Self-study/refresher in applied optics for aspiring/practicing engineers in the Micro-Electronics and Electro-Optics Industries.
Hardbound, 336 Pages
Published: August 2004
Imprint: Academic Press
Practical Opticsprovides a good view of a broad range of topics in modern electro-optics. It covers the basic areas of geometrical optics, aberration theory, sources, detectors and scanners before delving into a number of practical applications areas that the electro-optical practitioners is likely to face. These areas include optical measurements of spectra, temperature, distance, flow parameters and color. Especially beneficial are numerous examples and problems at the conclusion of each section as well as complete and detailed solutions. The book is well organized and contains a short list of references... " - Jay Land, US Army, Optics and Photonics News, November 2006