MF24-H24 Principles and Applications in Photonics Technologies (engl.)
Photonics is the science of generating, detecting, and manipulating light. With the invention of the laser in 1960, photonics became an enabling technology for applications such as fiber optic communications, bioimaging, laser surgery, LED lighting, security, flexible electronics, wafer inspection and metrology, lithography for semiconductor device manufacturing, and many other uses that enable the lives we live today. This course aims to introduce the participants to the basics of photonics and describe the key technologies and applications.
Requirements: Interest in optics and photonics.
Credit Points (ECTS): –
Dr. Ulrike Boehm
Ulrike is a physicist, optical scientist & data scientist with a passion for community building/engagement, outreach, and teaching. She has over over ten years of experience designing, building, and running advanced optical systems, analyzing microscopy data, and developing image acquisition & analysis workflows. After research stays in Martinsried/Munich (Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry with Prof Wolfgang Baumeister), Göttingen (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry with Prof Stefan Hell), and Washington, DC (National Institutes of Health & HHMI Janelia Research Campus) to design and build new tools for electron microscopy and light microscopy, she is now part of the Corporate Research & Technology team at ZEISS in Oberkochen. At ZEISS, she is working on the latest optical trends for imaging, metrology, lithography, quantum technology, and digitalization.
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