New Spring Course: OPTI 551, Computational Optics-Nonlinear Light-Matter Interactions

    Date Posted: 
    Monday, November 30, 2020

    Professor Miroslav Kolesik is now offering a new spring course, OPTI 551 Computational Optics-Nonlinear Light-Matter Interactions. See the flyer.

    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. More course details.