It is of importance to understand how the field is evolving during the propagation through the focal region along the optical axis.
In VirtualLab Fusion, with the Parameter Run, it is possible to perform a scan of the field along a succession of planes, and thus to have access to the complete information of the electromagnetic field inside the focal region. Particularly, all eventual vectorial effects due to high-NA focusing are taken into account.
Innovative Optical Design with Fast Physical Optics
FREE VirtualLab Fusion Seminar
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5 JULY 2018
HOCHSCHULE RHEINMAIN, GERMANY
Rüsselheim Campus, Room A - 009
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Come to our free seminar to discover the fast physical optics concept, how to benefit from it through our user-friendly GUI, and to get an overview of what it can provide in a wide-ranging set of applications!Read more
Lasers and laser systems play an indispensable role in modern life. They can be found in various applications such as laser material processing, metrology, monitoring, lighting, and so on. Physical-optics based modeling techniques are necessary for the successful design and analysis of a laser system. With its second-generation field tracing technique, VirtualLab constitutes a suitable tool to perform an efficient evaluation of laser systems. We demonstrate, as examples, the collimation of a laser diode with astigmatism and a laser scanning system.Read more
Interferometry techniques are widely used in many fields, such as astronomy, metrology, and quantum mechanics. In an interferometer, the incoming light is split into two (or even more) beams. The split beams will travel along different paths which eventually overlap, their superposition generating an interference pattern which can be used for further analysis. Now, with the non-sequential extension, such multi-path optical systems can be easily set up and modeled in a more convenient way in VirtualLab.Read more