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    Applied Digital Optics From Micro-Optics to Nanophotonics

    ISBN-10: 0470022639
    ISBN-13: 9780470022634
    Author(s): Bernard C. Kress, Patrick Meyrueis
    Description: * Highlights the use of digital optics in nanotechnology and microelectronics applications.* Presents a unified coverage of microstructured optical components and wave optics in optical designs and applications.* Presents a review of digital optics  More...
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    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 638
    Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.50" tall
    Weight: 2.860
    Language: English

    * Highlights the use of digital optics in nanotechnology and microelectronics applications.* Presents a unified coverage of microstructured optical components and wave optics in optical designs and applications.* Presents a review of digital optics application areas including biophotonics, optical anti-counterfeiting technology and optical data storage using photonic crystals.* Outlines the economic impact of diffractive optics in the microelectronics industry.* Describes the design and simulation of subwavelength diffractive optical elements.* Discusses the main fabrication techniques at use today.* Provides the reader with an understanding of the relevant CAD/CAM tools for the productions of diffractive optical elements.

    About the Authors
    Why a Book on Digital Optics?
    Digital versus Analog
    What are Digital Optics?
    The Realm of Digital Optics
    Supplementary Material
    From Refraction to Diffraction
    Refraction and Diffraction Phenomena
    Understanding the Diffraction Phenomenon
    No More Parasitic Effects
    From Refractive Optics to Diffractive Optics
    From Diffractive Optics to Digital Optics
    Are Diffractives and Refractives Interchangeable Elements?
    Classification of Digital Optics
    Early Digital Optics
    Guided-wave Digital Optics
    Free-space Digital Optics
    Hybrid Digital Optics
    Guided-wave Digital Optics
    From Optical Fibers to Planar Lightwave Circuits (PLCs)
    Light Propagation in Waveguides
    The Optical Fiber
    The Dielectric Slab Waveguide
    Channel Waveguides
    PLC In- and Out-coupling
    Functionality Integration
    Refractive Micro-optics
    Micro-optics in Nature
    GRIN Lenses
    Surface-relief Micro-optics
    Micro-optics Arrays
    Digital Diffractive Optics: Analytic Type
    Analytic and Numeric Digital Diffractives
    The Notion of Diffraction Orders
    Diffraction Gratings
    Diffractive Optical Elements
    Diffractive Interferogram Lenses
    Digital Diffractive Optics: Numeric Type
    Computer-generated Holograms
    Designing CGHs
    Multiplexing CGHs
    Various CGH Functionality Implementations
    Hybrid Digital Optics
    Why Combine Different Optical Elements?
    Analysis of Lens Aberrations
    Improvement of Optical Functionality
    The Generation of Novel Optical Functionality
    Waveguide-based Hybrid Optics
    Reducing Weight, Size and Cost
    Specifying Hybrid Optics in Optical CAD/CAM
    A Parametric Design Example of Hybrid Optics via Ray-tracing Techniques
    Digital Holographic Optics
    Conventional Holography
    Different Types of Holograms I85
    Unique Features of Holograms
    Modeling the Behavior of Volume Holograms
    HOE Lenses
    HOE Design Tools
    Holographic Origination Techniques
    Holographic Materials for HOEs
    Other Holographic Techniques
    Dynamic Digital Optics
    An Introduction to Dynamic Digital Optics
    Switchable Digital Optics
    Tunable Digital Optics
    Reconfigurable Digital Optics
    Digital Software Lenses: Wavefront Coding
    Digital Nano-optics
    The Concept of 'Nano' in Optics
    Sub-wavelength Gratings
    Modeling Sub-wavelength Gratings
    Engineering Effective Medium Optical Elements
    Form Birefringence Materials
    Guided Mode Resonance Gratings
    Surface Plasmonics
    Photonic Crystals
    Optical Metamaterials
    Digital Optics Modeling Techniques
    Tools Based on Ray Tracing
    Scalar Diffraction Based Propagators
    Beam Propagation Modeling (BPM) Methods
    Nonparaxial Diffraction Regime Issues
    Rigorous Electromagnetic Modeling Techniques
    Digital Optics Design and Modeling Tools Available Today
    Practical Paraxial Numeric Modeling Examples
    Digital Optics Fabrication Techniques
    Holographic Origination
    Diamond Tool Machining
    Microlithographic Fabrication of Digital Optics
    Micro-refractive Element Fabrication Techniques
    Direct Writing Techniques
    Gray-scale Optical Lithography
    Front/Back Side Wafer Alignments and Wafer Stacks
    A Summary of Fabrication Techniques
    Design for Manufacturing
    The Lithographic Challenge
    Software Solutions: Reticle Enhancement Techniques
    Hardware Solutions
    Process Solutions
    Replication Techniques for Digital Optics
    The LIGA Process
    Mold Generation Techniques
    Embossing Techniques
    The UV Casting Process
    Injection Molding Techniques
    The Sol-Gel Process
    The Nano-replication Process
    A Summary of Replication Technologies
    Specifying and Testing Digital Optics
    Fabless Lithographic Fabrication Management
    Specifying the Fabrication Process
    Fabrication Evaluation
    Optical Functionality Evaluation
    Digital Optics Application Pools
    Heavy Industry
    Defense, Security and Space
    Clean Energy
    Factory Automation
    Optical Telecoms
    Biomedical Applications
    Entertainment and Marketing
    Consumer Electronics
    The Future of Digital Optics
    Rigorous Theory of Diffraction
    Maxwell's Equations
    Wave Propagation and the Wave Equation
    Towards a Scalar Field Representation
    The Scalar Theory of Diffraction
    Full Scalar Theory
    Scalar Diffraction Models for Digital Optics
    Extended Scalar Models
    FFTs and DFTs in Optics
    The Fourier Transform in Optics Today
    Conditions for the Existence of the Fourier Transform
    The Complex Fourier Transform
    The Discrete Fourier Transform
    The Properties of the Fourier Transform and Examples in Optics
    Other Transforms

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