MPOP0932p Applied Optics II - lecture

Faculty of Medicine
autumn 2021
Extent and Intensity
2/0/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).
Taught online.
Teacher(s)
Mgr. Dušan Hemzal, Ph.D. (lecturer), doc. MUDr. Svatopluk Synek, CSc. (deputy)
doc. MUDr. Svatopluk Synek, CSc. (lecturer)
Guaranteed by
doc. MUDr. Svatopluk Synek, CSc.
Department of Optometry and Orthoptics - Departments of Non-medical Branches - Faculty of Medicine
Contact Person: Lenka Herníková
Supplier department: Department of Condensed Matter Physics - Physics Section - Faculty of Science
Prerequisites
MPOP0831p Applied optics I - lecture
knowledge on basic optometric quantities and procedures
Course Enrolment Limitations
The course is only offered to the students of the study fields the course is directly associated with.
fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
  • Optometry (programme LF, N-OPTO)
  • Optometry (programme LF, N-SZ)
  • Health Sciences (programme LF, N-SZ, specialization Teaching Specialization Optics and Optometrics)
Course objectives
The successful passing of the course requires for students to be able to
- list and describe basic techniques of handling optical information in the usual optical a ophthalmological equipment
- explain the functionality of the usual optical a ophthalmological equipment and demonstrate the particular physical principle used
- distinguish the level of approximation needed to describe the functionality of the usual optical a ophthalmological equipment
- debate the utilisation of individual techniques in practice
Learning outcomes
The successful passing of the course requires for students to be able to
- list and describe basic techniques of handling optical information in the usual optical a ophthalmological equipment
- explain the functionality of the usual optical a ophthalmological equipment and demonstrate the particular physical principle used
- distinguish the level of approximation needed to describe the functionality of the usual optical a ophthalmological equipment
- debate the utilisation of individual techniques in practice
Syllabus
  • Basic optical phenomena and their description: dispersion of light in matter, principles of refractive index measurements observation of Fraunhofer diffraction, prisms and gratings UV light detection, UV filters and glasses IR light detection, photo-diode, lux-meter polarisation of light at dielectric and metal reflectors coherent and incoherent light imaging (Talbot's phenomena) Wave optics and geometrical optics: wave, ray, pencil of rays establishment of parallel beams, their divergence and cross-section modification parallel-beam splitters narrow pencils of coherent (lasers) and incoherent rays of light narrow pencils refraction and reflection plan-parallel plate, triangular prism light scattering and fluorescence, polarisation of scattered light transmission of light through birefringent material, ordinary and extraordinary rays interaction of linearly polarised light with birefringent material, elliptic polarisation Optical imaging: perfect imaging modality Gauss approximation aberration of optical systems, lower and higher orders ones Seidel and Zernike polynomials in aberration description mathematical description of aberrations of the eye wavefront aberration analysis, WASCA Fundamental imaging systems: optical imaging with focusing, camera obscura, lenses real and virtual images, transforming virtual images to the screen rays for geometrical construction of the images, imaging the ray pencils turning the images with lenses and mirrors compound optical systems, main planes, focuses (including matrix calculus) entrance and exit pupils, angular aperture spherical and chromatic aberration of convex and concave lenses (achromats, aplanats) combination of lenses, decomposition of a lens limiting resolution power, empty magnification of a microscope contrast of optical image, depth of field Optical and ophthalmological instruments: human eye, limit resolution, integration time, spectral sensitivity colour vision, colour triangle, a four-lens complete and reduced spectrometer, emission and absorption spectra orientation of polaroids, three polarisers experiment polarisation microscope, photoelasticimetry holographic image reconstruction, rainbow holograms lasers for ophthalmology artificial contrast creation: light field and dark field microscopies phase contrast microscopy differential interference contrast Nomarski contrast space frequencies filtration methods 3D imaging and observation: corneal topography GDx retinal neural fibres analyser biometry of the eye, retinal topography computer scanning techniques, coherent scanning laser ophthalmoscope
Literature
  • KUBĚNA, Josef. Úvod do optiky. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 1994. 181 s. ISBN 8021008350. info
  • SCHRÖDER, Gottfried. Technická optika : Technische Optik (Orig.). Translated by Zdeněk Berger. 1. vyd. Praha: SNTL - Nakladatelství technické literatury, 1981. 158 s. info
Teaching methods
the lectures focuse on connecting the key optical methods with instrumental application in optometry
Assessment methods
oral exam
Language of instruction
Czech
Further comments (probably available only in Czech)
The course is taught annually.
The course is taught: every week.
Information on the extent and intensity of the course: 30.
Listed among pre-requisites of other courses
Teacher's information
http://www.physics.muni.cz/~hemzal/vyuka/vyuka.shtml
The course is also listed under the following terms Autumn 2002, Autumn 2003, Autumn 2004, Autumn 2005, Autumn 2006, Autumn 2007, Autumn 2008, Autumn 2009, Autumn 2010, Autumn 2011, Autumn 2012, Autumn 2013, Autumn 2014, Autumn 2015, Autumn 2016, Autumn 2017, autumn 2018, autumn 2019, autumn 2020.
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