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OPI Conference: 22 – 26 April 2019
OPI Exhibition: 24 – 26 April 2019
Pacifico Yokohama, Japan
Booth of Prolinx Corporation | L2
Technical Conference: 5 – 10 May 2019
Exhibition: 7 – 9 May 2019
San Jose, CÀ, USA
San Jose Convention Center, Hall 2, booth 2340
VirtualLab Fusion Technology and Applications: Interferometry, Microscopy and Fiber Coupling | San Jose 10 May 2019
10 May 2019
San Jose, CA, USA
San Jose Convention Center, Room 214
14 – 15 May 2019
21 – 24 May 2019
Centre des Congrès de Québec
6 – 7 June 2019
CC Neue Weimarhalle
11 – 15 June 2019
Conference: 23 – 27 June 2019
Exhibition: 24 – 27 June 2019
Hall B1, booth 209
4 – 8 August 2019
Portland, OR, USA
VirtualLab Fusion provides convenient tools for constructing them, and the rigorous Fourier modal method (FMM) for their analysis. A typical workflow on the analysis and optimization of moth-eye structures is demonstrated.
Inspired by certain moth and butterfly species, biomimetic moth-eye anti-reflection (AR) structures have been fabricated and used for a wide range of applications. Such structures can be modeled by assuming arrays of truncated cones with dimensions smaller than the wavelength of the light. VirtualLab Fusion provides convenient tools for constructing them, and the rigorous Fourier modal method (FMM) for their analysis. A typical workflow on the analysis and optimization of moth-eye structures is demonstrated.
This is a great chance for you to meet our technical experts and sales representatives for a discussion about the various application possibilities of the Fast Physical Optics Software VirtualLab Fusion.
At CLEO you can participate in LightTrans events in addition to the opportunity to meet our technical experts and sales representatives for a discussion directly at our booth. Besides our poster presentation, you can get deeper insights in our seminar.
CLEO, San Jose, CA, USA | 5 – 10 May
We demonstrate how to apply such source model in a Michelson interferometer, vary the path interferometer arm length with Parameter Run, and visualize how the coherence property of the source influences the fringe pattern.
Michelson interferometers and their variations can often be used for temporal-coherence or spectrum measurement for given light sources. In VirtualLab Fusion, with the flexibility in source modelling that said software provides various types of spectra with limited bandwidth can be set up. As an example, we demonstrate how to apply this source-model concept in a Michelson interferometer, vary the path length of one of the interferometer arms with the Parameter Run, and visualize how the coherence property of the source influences the resulting fringe pattern.