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  1. Frontiers of Laser Physics and Quantum Optics: Proceedings of the International Conference on Laser Physics and Quantum Optics
  2. Optics and Lasers: Including Fibers and Optical Waveguides (Advanced Texts in Physics) by Matt Young, 2000-10-13
  3. Optics and Photonics: An Introduction (The Manchester Physics Series) by F. Graham Smith, Terry A. King, 2000-06-06
  4. Trajectories and Rays: The Path-Summation in Quantum Mechanics and Optics (World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics) by D. Mugnai, P. Moretti, et all 1991-03
  5. Principles of Lasers and Optics by William S. C. Chang, 2007-06-21
  6. Quantum Nonlinear Optics (Advanced Texts in Physics) by E. Hanamura, Y. Kawabe, et all 2007-02-21
  7. Useful Optics (Chicago Lectures in Physics) by Walter T. Welford, 1991-10-08
  8. Introduction to Optics (Advanced Texts in Physics) by Germain Chartier, 2005-05-04
  9. Wave Physics: Oscillations - Solitons - Chaos (Advanced Texts in Physics) by Stephen Nettel, 2003-03-10
  10. Challenges to The Second Law of Thermodynamics: Theory and Experiment (Fundamental Theories of Physics) by Vladislav Cápek, Daniel P. Sheehan, 2005-04-29
  11. Semiconductor Optics and Transport Phenomena (Advanced Texts in Physics) by Wilfried Schäfer, Martin Wegener, 2002-06-11
  12. Lie Methods in Optics (Lecture notes in physics)
  13. Applied Physics of Carbon Nanotubes: Fundamentals of Theory, Optics and Transport Devices (NanoScience and Technology)
  14. Fundamentals of Semiconductors: Physics and Materials Properties by Peter Y. Yu, Manuel Cardona, 2005-05-31

61. Metrology Research Institute
Research in measurement areas of physics, fiberoptics and electronics. Includes details of courses, PhD degree, calibration services, staff profiles and contacts at Helsinki University of Technology, Finland.
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62. Problem Set - Physical Optics - Physics 108
Click here to return to Phyllis Fleming s homepage, Phyllis Fleming physics, physics 108. Review Physical optics. *Optional Problems. 1. The circles in Fig.
Phyllis Fleming Physics Physics 108 Review - Physical Optics
Optional Problems
l . (e) If you wished to draw wave fronts through troughs in Fig. 1, where and how would you draw them?
In Fig. 2 below, two sources S and S emit waves. The two waves overlap at P. Find (a) the length of the path from S to P, S P, (b) the length of the path from S to P, S P, and (c) the path difference (S P - S P) in terms of the wavelength l . (d) Will the disturbances of the two waves at P produce constructive or destructive interference? Explain your answer.
Write a mathematical equation that shows the relation among the quantities: frequency, wavelength, and velocity of a wave?
A person is at equal distances from two speakers of a stereo hi-fi system and hears a note of single frequency equal to 275 Hz (275 s ). He moves sideways until he hears the note fade to a minimum. At this position he is 10 feet from the left speaker and 8 feet from the right speaker. Find the speed of sound.

63. Quantum Optics And Laser Science
physics Department of Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine, London, UK.
QOLS is the new name for LASP; for details of the restructuring of the group see here . Further information about this research group can be found by clicking on the buttons below.
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64. Optics - Physics 140
physics 140 optics. Instructor Dr. Jessica C. Kintner. Class Information.
Physics 140 Optics
Instructor: Dr. Jessica C. Kintner
Class Information
Extra Office Hours: Sunday, May 16, 7-8:30pm
Sample function to add two sin waves in Profit function addsin(k1,k2:real); defaults k1 := 1, active; k2 := 1.1, active; begin y := sin(k1*x)+sin(k2*x); end;

65. [quant-ph/9909086] Topics In Modern Quantum Optics
This is the written version of lectures presented at the 17th Symposium on Theoretical physics covering various topics in quantum optics.
Quantum Physics, abstract
From: Bo-Sture Skagerstam [ view email ] Date ( ): Tue, 28 Sep 1999 17:35:03 GMT (594kb) Date (revised v2): Sat, 6 Nov 1999 15:15:10 GMT (325kb)
Topics in Modern Quantum Optics
Authors: Bo-Sture Skagerstam
Comments: 97 pages, 23 figures, 187 references. Misprints corrected, most figures redrawn and references updated
This is the written version of lectures presented at "The 17th Symposium on Theoretical Physics - Applied Field Theory", 29 June - 1 July, 1998, the Sangsan Mathematical Science Building, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.
Full-text: PostScript PDF , or Other formats
References and citations for this submission:
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Links to: arXiv quant-ph find abs

66. Applied Optics, Physics 3190, Dr. Sohl, (c) 1998
Welcome to Dr. Sohl s physics 3190, Applied optics web site. Links The Labs and Homework Lab 1, The CCD Camera. (97kB, pdf format).
Welcome to Dr. Sohl's Physics 3190, Applied Optics web site. Links:
The Labs and Homework:
Lab #1, The CCD Camera . (97kB, pdf format) The CCD University web site on the Apogee site is what I used for the class notes. The optical design software Optical design software activities and support: Interactive Demos. Use your browser's back button to return to this page. Preliminary notes: 1. Do not simply run the application and move on. You should watch the application closely and study what happens. Change the parameters and watch for the results of the change. Read the short notes with most of the applets to help you get the most out of the time you spend working with that demonstration. Generally, you can use the mouse to control the programs. 2. You will need to use a computer that has a Java capable browser. Most of the computer labs on campus should work OK for this. If you have problems, please let me know about it 3. There is an entire web site dedicated to optics animations and images. This site is called The Optics Project (TOP) and is very graphics intensive. There are modules on diffraction, polarization, you name it. I highly recommend this site! Note, access this site from a computer with a fast connection to the net.

67. Open Physics - Complete Physics Course For College Level
Win Twopart physics course on two CDs covering mechanics, thermodynamics and molecular physics, mechanical oscillations and waves, electricity and magnetism, optics, and quantum physics. From OpenTeach Group.
Open Physics 1.1 (Parts I and II, 2 CD-ROMs) Open Physics 1.1 is a complete multimedia course in Physics, comprised of interactive simulations and problems that help students understand the essence of various physical laws. A unique e-Learning product, Open Physics 1.1 offers users an opportunity to study Physics on their own, mastering this discipline via their home computers. Open Physics 1.1 is ideal for high school, college, and university students, as well as for independent study of Physics. It features a large number of interactive simulations and follow-up problems for independent study. Open Physics 1.1 is a powerful teaching tool, valuable for Physics instructors as well as for their students. Our dynamic interactive simulations are based on precise mathematical models of physical phenomena, and are completely realistic. Users can alter the simulations' parameters, and observe the variations that occur due to changes in one of the variables. Open Physics 1.1 includes a variety of follow-up problems and an instant feedback function to facilitate students' comprehension of scientific concepts. Open Physics 1.1

68. Billiards And Physics
This java applet show you how to use the law of reflection (for optics) in playing pool.
Billiards and Physics
This java applet show you how to use the law of reflection (for optics) in playing pool. A ball bouncing off the bank of a pool table behaves like a light ray reflecting off a mirror.
There are two colored balls; red and blue. How to play?
    Set up an initial velocity for the red ball and
      let the red ball knock the blue one into one of the six bags.
    Click LEFT mouse button within the red ball and drag the mouse
      to set the initial velocity for the red ball. The ball starts to move when you release the mouse button.
    Click the RIGHT mouse button to change the initial position for the red ball. More information will be provided If you select level1 or level2. Try it and find out the physics behind the game. (For collision between two balls, please check out 2D Collision java applet)
    Your suggestions are highly appreciated! Please click Author¡G Fu-Kwun Hwang Dept. of physics National Taiwan Normal University Last modified : More physics related java applets

69. GAP-Optique Université De Genève
Research and Development center for Quantum optics at the Group of Applied physics (GAP), University of Geneva. Projects, prototypes, publications, members.
Department of Physics
University of Geneva Switzerland ...

Introduction P
hysics is fascinating because of the intellectual excitement it provides and because of the applications it offers. In the Group of Applied Physics (GAP) at Geneva University we get our inspiration from both of these motivations. Optics, in this respect, has a privileged place. Indeed, in modern optics, experiments and theory progress hand-in-hand, and practical applications are close behind. Consequently, we can work both on conceptual issues and on applications. Moreover, it is a very good time for optics! The fascinating new insight about quantum mechanics brought about by recent quantum optics experiments on one side, and the tremendous development of optical communications on the other, illustrates our privileged position! T he American Research Council has recently declared optics as the technology of the 21st century. In contrast, a famous physicist, Michael Berry, has declared that the 21st century will be shaped by quantum physics, in a way similar to electrodynamics, which shaped the 20th century. Our position in GAP-Optique, at the crossroads between optics and quantum physics, ensures our participation to both challenges. Prof. Nicolas Gisin

70. Optics Research Group
optics resources Links to other optics information. *, 10 March 1998 Last modified 19 August 2002 Authorised by Prof KA Nugent, School of physics Maintained by

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Network for Optical and Quantum Science and Technology 2004 Honours Projects Research overview for prospective students (.pdf) People
Faculty, Staff and students Contact information Address, phone, e-mail, fax Facilities Publications Atom optics publications Optics resources Links to other optics information IT support Information and resources on using our computer network (Local access only)
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71. Mie Scattering Programs
Because I wanted to be able to do quick Mie calculation without needing to compile Mie code each and every time, I created an interactive web page that allows me (and you!) to do your own Mie scattering calculations! This does not help you much if you need to run many simulations, or you actually want to numbers from the simulation. Let me state that the best Mie codes are in Fortran. Period. The C versions have not been validated nearly as rigorously. Go to the ScatterLib for a complete selection of codes. I particularly recommend Wiscombe's code for homogeneous spheres You might also start at his home page and find other useful light propagation codes and papers. This will have links to various Mie scattering codes as well as references If you must have C code, then you can either use a the Fortran code with a Fortan-to-C converter, or write your own. I am embarrassed to say that I wrote my own. I have used Wiscombe's Mie testing data to validate this code and I can say that it only fails in a few extreme cases. This is the code that is used with the interactive calculator above. The source code is written in CWEB , which allows excellent documentation of scientific programs. Unfortunately, the C source has comments, but since I never look at the C source, it does not bother me.

72. INEEL Nonlinear Optics - Physics
Environmental and Energy Sciences physics and Materials Nonlinear optics Related links physics, Materials. Researchers are investigating
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Linear Elastic Wave Imaging

Nonlinear Ultrasonics

GHz Acoustic Microscope
Nonlinear Optics for Sensing ... Staff Environmental and Energy Sciences - Physics and Materials Nonlinear Optics Related links: Physics Materials Researchers are investigating the capabilities of linear elastic wave imaging and nonlinear ultrasonics, GHz acoustic microscope, nonlinear optics for sensing, electromagnetic and Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) measurements for providing unique advancements in quantitative nondestructive evaluation of material microstructure. Imaging solutions using nonlinear optical approaches are under investigation as well as laser ultrasonic industrial process monitoring. Much of the research featured on these pages has been funded by the Department of Energy's Office of Science, Basic Energy Sciences program. Our BES program is titled Microstructure NDE using Imaging Laser Ultrasonics. Individual web sites have been developed to describe each research thrust: Linear Elastic Wave Imaging Anisotropic properties of materials can be determined by measuring the propagation of elastic waves in different directions. A laser imaging approach has been developed at the INEEL that utilizes the adaptive property of photorefractive materials to produce a real-time measurement of the anti-symmetric Lamb or flexural traveling wave mode displacement and phase. Continuous excitation is employed and the data is recorded and displayed in all directions simultaneously at video camera frame rates. Fourier transform of the data produces an image of the wave slowness in all planar directions. The results demonstrate imaging of microstructural isotropy and anisotropy and stress induced ansiotropy in plates.

73. Laboratory Laser Energetics Library (LLE)
Has works on thermonuclear fusion, laser physics, plasma physics, xray lasers and diagnostics, and applied optics. Special collections include technical reports and selected Department of Energy microfiche.
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The LLE library serves the research and administrative information needs of a major federally funded research laboratory and National Laser User's Facility. It includes some 2,000 volumes and fifty journal subscriptions in thermonuclear fusion, laser physics, plasma physics, x-ray lasers and diagnostics, and applied optics.
Special collections include technical reports and selected Department of Energy microfiche.
It is located at 250 East River Road, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 14623.
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74. Staff - Nonlinear Optics - Physics
Nonlinear optics physics Staff Related links physics, Chemistry. Brief biographies of the Nonlinear optics program staff are linked below.
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Nonlinear Optics for Sensing ... Staff Nonlinear Optics - Physics Staff Related links: Physics Chemistry Brief biographies of the Nonlinear Optics program staff are linked below. Ken L. Telschow , Ph.D. John B. Walter , Ph.D. Napoleon Thantu, Ph.D. Rob Schley Dave H. Hurley , Ph.D. David Hurley received his Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 1997. His research interests include photoacoustics, optics, and elasticity. Vance A. Deason Vance Deason's interests lie in the areas of optical measurement techniques, including interferometry, holography and various imaging techniques. Scott M. Watson David Cottle Contacts: Ken L. Telschow, Ph.D. John B. Walter, Ph.D. Napoleon Thantu, Ph.D. Rob Schley Dave H. Hurley, Ph.D. ... Page contact: Steve Zollinger,

75. Institut Fuer Experimentalphysik, Uni Graz
Part of the School of Natural Sciences, University of Graz; mainly deals in surface, optics, and laser science, magnetrometry, spectroscopy, and general photonics. Information for students and researchers, staff pages.


76. Nonlinear Optics And Photonics Group (contact: Prof. Dumitru Mihalache)
Nonlinear optics and Photonics Group is part of the Department of Theoretical physics at the National Institute for physics and Nuclear Engineering Horia Hulubei , Bucharest, Romania.
Group leader - Professor Dumitru Mihalache
Nonlinear Optics and Photonics Group is part of the Department of Theoretical Physics at
In the course of the last decade, a new level of understanding has been achieved about conditions for the existence, stability and excitation of solitary waves in both conservative (Hamiltonian) and dissipative nonlinear optical media.
Novel results have been obtained in both phenomenological models and those obtained from the first principles (first of all, the one based on the quadratic optical nonlinearities). Our main results are listed below:
  • The prediction of stable spinning three-dimensional solitons, which is the second (after Skyrmions) example of localized physical objects of that type known in physics (in collaboration with Prof. B. A. Malomed, Tel Aviv University, Prof. L. Torner, and Prof. F. Lederer, Jena University), see Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 073902 (2002). The prediction of robust propagation of quasistable two-color soliton clusters in media with competing quadratic and cubic self-defocusing nonlinearities (in collaboration with Dr. Ya. V. Kartashov, M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, Dr. L. -C. Crasovan, and Prof. L. Torner), see Phys. Rev. Lett. 89, 273902 (2002).
  • 77. Geometrical Optics - Physics Help And Math Help - Physics Forums
    physics Forums. 0428-2004, 0848 PM, 1. tennistud. Registered User. Join Date Apr 2004. Posts 1. Geometrical optics. I just have a few

    78. Quantum Optics And Spectroscopy Group
    The Quantum optics and Spectroscopy Group at the Institute for Experimental physics in Innsbruck.

    79. Please Help ASAP! Optics! - Physics Help And Math Help - Physics Forums
    physics Forums. 0512-2004, 0221 PM, 1. justagirl. Registered User. Join Date Mar 2004. Posts 2. Please help ASAP! optics! Anyone know

    80. High School Physics Software By Ceres Software Corporation
    We created seven physics software modules to learn kinematics, dynamics, optics, and to help prepare students for the physics AP B exam. The modules include more than 2,000 problems.
    Thousands of high school physics students in more than 25 states have used our software since 1993. The physics software promoted by Ceres Software Corporation was designed to help high school students become more efficient problem solvers. Each of the seven modules available include several activities for teachers and students. Students can study close to 2,000 problems in test or tutor mode. The step-by-step solution of every problem is presented in tutor mode. Teachers can evaluate students online in one or more subtopics, in which case, the computer performs the grading automatically. If a printer is available, the test generator incorporated can create an unlimited number of multiple choice exams. Links to switch to other parts of our web site are located at the bottom of this page.
    • Academic Level: Advanced and AP Physics B Requirements: CD-ROM, Windows Cost: $85.00 (Includes the Shipping) Product # PHY26 Number of Problems = 708 Areas Studied: Mechanics I: Kinematics, Dynamics, Energy, and Momentum Mechanics II: Rotation, Gravitation, and Springs

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