Register now for our Webinar on 20 April and for our Online Training "Getting Started with VirtualLab Fusion" on 17 – 18 May 2021 | 08:30 – 11:30 (CEST) or 19 – 20 May 2021 | 17:30 – 20:30 (CEST).
In April and May you have the chance to attend our virtual events and online trainings. Register now and save your seat!
VirtualLab Fusion Webinar | 20 April
10:00 – 11:00 and 18:00 – 19:00 (CEST)
Getting Started with VirtualLab Fusion Online Training
17 – 18 May 2021 | 08:30 – 11:30 (CEST)
19 – 20 May 2021 | 17:30 – 20:30 (CEST)
In this newsletter, we seek to illustrate the intuitive mindset behind VirtualLab Fusion’s infrastructure which helps many users around the globe in facilitation of data processing.
Data arrays are the most fundamental native data type in VirtualLab Fusion. Such a data type may be instantiated on either an equidistant or a non-equidistant grid. Being a generic data type, they are among the most flexible data types as to introducing physical attribute, re-sampling and interpolation. Array computing is made easy thanks to VirtualLab Fusion’s user-friendly GUI where users could perform operations without writing for-loops. Furthermore, data visualization and analysis are done on GUI level as well, meaning that the users could configure graph settings in the property browser or extract and analyze data locally by the selection tools in VirtualLab Fusion. In this short video, we seek to illustrate the intuitive mindset behind VirtualLab Fusion’s infrastructure which helps many users around the globe in facilitation of data processing.
In this newsletter we show you how VirtualLab Fusion with its fast physical-optics technology allows for an inclusion of complex elements in the simulation of your optical system and enables the detailed analysis of relevant effects.
In modern optical systems very different kinds of elements are used in order to push the limits of our manipulation of light further and further. New elements are developed and traditional devices are steadily improved to obtain the desired functionality and performance, which not seldom increases the level of complexity of these components and the entire systems. VirtualLab Fusion with its fast physical-optics technology, that is based on the flexible and automatic connection of different field solvers, allows for an accurate modeling of your optical system and enables the detailed analysis of relevant effects.
In VirtualLab Fusion, the electromagnetic field propagation through an arbitrary system can be calculated as polarization and diffraction phenomena are automatically handled.
The vector beam is a beam that is fully polarized but shows different polarization states in different local positions on one detector plane. More specifically, if a polarizer is put after a vector beam, different energy density distributions will be recorded as the polarizer is rotated. Vector beams are widely utilized in many applications such as microscopy imaging or laser manipulation. Using an interferometer with a vortex-phase spatial light modulator (SLM) and wave plates a vector beam can be generated. However, the modeling of the generation process needs precise handling of the vectorial behavior and diffraction of the electromagnetic fields. VirtualLab Fusion, a fast physical optics software platform, is the perfect choice to model such beams. In VirtualLab Fusion, the electromagnetic field propagation through an arbitrary system can be calculated as polarization and diffraction phenomena are automatically handled.
Register now for our LightTrans User Meetup "Interferometric Setups and Applications" on 28 April and for our Webinar "Exploring VirtualLab Fusion" on 20 April.
In April you have the chance to attend our virtual events. Register now and save your seat!
LightTrans User Meetup | 28 April
VirtualLab Fusion Webinar | 20 April