Computational Optics: Nonlinear Light-Matter Interactions

  • Course Type: Graduate Course
  • Semester Offered: Spring
Course Number: 
OPTI 551
Distance Course: 
Course Description: 
Theory, Models, Simulation,... Hands-on case-studies sample high-intensity NLO Course on theory, modeling, and simulation of light matter interactions in extremely nonlinear regimes. The material is organized into a series of studies, each consisting of a brief theoretical introduction, overview of models and numerical methods, computer-aided modeling practice sessions, and discussion of open problems. Simulation software provided. Students contribute small-scale programing to implement new or modify existing light-matter interaction modules.
Miroslav Kolesik
Course Syllabus: 
Academic Integrity

According to the Arizona Code of Academic Integrity, “Integrity is expected of every student in all academic work. The guiding principle of academic integrity is that a student’s submitted work must be the student’s own.” Unless otherwise noted by the instructor, work for all assignments in this course must be conducted independently by each student. Co-authored work of any kind is unacceptable. Misappropriation of exams before or after they are given will be considered academics misconduct.

Misconduct of any kind will be prosecuted and may result in any or all of the following:

  • Reduction of grade
  • Failing grade
  • Referral to the Dean of Students for consideration of additional penalty, i.e., notation on a student’s transcript re: academic integrity violation, etc.
Students with Learning Disabilities

If a student is registered with the Disability Resource Center, he/she must submit appropriate documentation to the instructor if he/she is requesting reasonable accommodations.

The information contained in this syllabus may be subject to change with reasonable advance notice, as deemed appropriate by the instructor.