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Debye-Wolf Integral

[June 07, 2019]
VirtualLab Fusion provides the Debye-Wolf integral calculator – it is a well-known idealized model for lens systems which is not restricted to paraxial cases, as it includes the most relevant vectorial effects from high-NA objective lenses.
[June 07, 2019]

VirtualLab Fusion provides the Debye-Wolf integral calculator – it is a well-known idealized model for lens systems which is not restricted to paraxial cases, as it includes the most relevant vectorial effects from high-NA objective lenses.

It is established that vectorial effects are non-negligible in high-NA imaging systems, like microscopes. The lens surface and material specifications must, technically, be known in order to take the exact vectorial effects into account. However, such detailed information of most commercial objective lenses is not freely available in general. For such situations, you have the Debye-Wolf integral calculator as one possible way out – it is a well-known idealized model for lens systems which is not restricted to paraxial cases, as it includes the most relevant vectorial effects from high-NA objective lenses.

VirtualLab Fusion provides the Debye-Wolf integral calculator – it is a well-known idealized model for lens systems which is not restricted to paraxial cases, as it includes the most relevant vectorial effects from high-NA objective lenses.
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Generation of Spatially Varying Polarization

[May 31, 2019]
One of the most attractive capabilities of VirtualLab Fusion is the fully vectorial simulation of multidisciplinary optical systems.
[May 31, 2019]

One of the most attractive capabilities of VirtualLab Fusion is the fully vectorial simulation of multidisciplinary optical systems.

One of the most attractive capabilities of VirtualLab Fusion is the fully vectorial simulation of multidisciplinary optical systems. As an example, we take a Mach-Zehnder interferometer, which consists of beam splitters, mirrors and lenses, as the basic setup; insert polarizers in both arms of the interferometer and, by rotating the polarizer(s), we generate spatially varying polarization states. And since we are talking about polarizers, we would also like to mention that VirtualLab Fusion provides a non-paraxial model thereof which goes beyond the Jones matrix approach.

One of the most attractive capabilities of VirtualLab Fusion is the fully vectorial simulation of multidisciplinary optical systems.
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EOS Diffractive Optics 2019 – Invited Speakers & Guest of Honor

[May 26, 2019]
Submit your paper now for the Topical Meeting on Diffractive Optics 2019 in Jena. Submission Deadline is 31 May 2019. Guest of Honor and Plenary Speaker will be Bernard Kress (Microsoft).
[May 26, 2019]

Submit your paper now for the Topical Meeting on Diffractive Optics 2019 in Jena. Submission Deadline is 31 May 2019. Guest of Honor and Plenary Speaker will be Bernard Kress (Microsoft).

Jena, Germany | 16 – 19 September

Submit your paper now for the Topical Meeting on Diffractive Optics 2019 in Jena. Submission Deadline is 31 May 2019. Guest of Honor and Plenary Speaker will be Bernard Kress (Microsoft).
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LightTrans Events | VirtualLab Fusion Webinar & Laser World of Photonics Exhibition

[May 22, 2019]
We will explore the possibilities of solving fiber coupling tasks, and learn about the typical workflows in VirtualLab Fusion.
[May 22, 2019]

We will explore the possibilities of solving fiber coupling tasks, and learn about the typical workflows in VirtualLab Fusion.

We would like to invite you to take part in our upcoming events:

Webinar | 28 May | 10:00 & 17:00
Laser Exhibition |  24 – 27 June

We will explore the possibilities of solving fiber coupling tasks, and learn about the typical workflows in VirtualLab Fusion.
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Focal Region and Fiber Coupling Tolerance

[May 17, 2019]
In VirtualLab Fusion, the electromagnetic field information can be calculated on arbitrary plane of interest, as well as within a longitudinal region e.g. the focal region.
[May 17, 2019]

In VirtualLab Fusion, the electromagnetic field information can be calculated on arbitrary plane of interest, as well as within a longitudinal region e.g. the focal region.

Detailed analysis and design of an optical system for coupling light into a single-mode fiber rely on the accurate calculation of the field in the focal region. In VirtualLab Fusion, the electromagnetic field information can be calculated on an arbitrary plane of interest, as well as within a longitudinal region, e.g. the focal region. This forms a solid basis for the subsequent calculation of fiber coupling efficiency. The flexible focal region analysis further enables tolerance analysis for such coupling systems with respect to misalignment of the optical components.

In VirtualLab Fusion, the electromagnetic field information can be calculated on arbitrary plane of interest, as well as within a longitudinal region e.g. the focal region.
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Attend our VirtualLab Fusion Webinar | 28 May 2019

[May 14, 2019]
We will explore the possibilities of solving fiber coupling tasks, and learn about the typical workflows in VirtualLab Fusion.
[May 14, 2019]

We will explore the possibilities of solving fiber coupling tasks, and learn about the typical workflows in VirtualLab Fusion.

We would like to invite you to take part in our webinar on coupling of single-mode fibers in VirtualLab Fusion. In order to adapt to different time zones worldwide, we will hold this webinar twice (all times CET):

28 May | 10:00 – 11:00
28 May | 17:00 – 18:00

We will explore the possibilities of solving fiber coupling tasks, and learn about the typical workflows in VirtualLab Fusion.
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Metasurface Building Blocks

[May 07, 2019]
With the Fourier modal method in VirtualLab Fusion, one can perform a rigorous analysis of nanostructures, with access to the full electromagnetic information. As an example, the performance of nanopillars with varying diameters is evaluated.
[May 07, 2019]

With the Fourier modal method in VirtualLab Fusion, one can perform a rigorous analysis of nanostructures, with access to the full electromagnetic information. As an example, the performance of nanopillars with varying diameters is evaluated.

Metalenses and metasurfaces have risen to scientific fame by virtue of their unique properties for manipulation of electromagnetic fields. Thanks to recent advances in nanofabrication technologies, their manufacture has also become feasible. A key step in the design of metasurfaces is finding the appropriate building blocks that make up the surface. With the Fourier modal method (FMM, also known as RCWA) in VirtualLab Fusion, one can perform a rigorous analysis of such nanostructures, with access to the full electromagnetic information. As an example, the performance of nanopillars with varying diameters is evaluated.

With the Fourier modal method in VirtualLab Fusion, one can perform a rigorous analysis of nanostructures, with access to the full electromagnetic information. As an example, the performance of nanopillars with varying diameters is evaluated.
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Interferometric Optical Testing

[April 30, 2019]
We build up a testing optical system based on the Fizeau interferometer in VirtualLab Fusion, use several types of surfaces as test objects, and observe different interference fringes.
[April 30, 2019]

We build up a testing optical system based on the Fizeau interferometer in VirtualLab Fusion, use several types of surfaces as test objects, and observe different interference fringes.

Optical interferometric setups are widely used for precise surface or wavefront testing and detailed analysis. Especially Fizeau interferometers are having pride of place as one of the most widely applied techniques for surface profile testing in the industry. We construct a testing optical system based on Fizeau interferometer in VirtualLab Fusion using several types of surfaces as test objects, and observe different interference fringes. Furthermore, a Mach-Zehnder interferometer for lens testing is presented as well.

We build up a testing optical system based on the Fizeau interferometer in VirtualLab Fusion, use several types of surfaces as test objects, and observe different interference fringes.
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FREE VirtualLab Fusion Seminar besides CLEO 2019

[April 26, 2019]
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.
[April 26, 2019]

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.

Discover the Fast Physical Optics concept with VirtualLab Fusion by means of seminar modules on technology and different applications. Join a specific module that you are interested in or stay for the lot, according to your preferences.
 

San Jose, USA | 10 May 2019

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.
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Mie Solution for Scattering with a Spherical Particle

[April 24, 2019]
The Mie solution has been enabled in VirtualLab Fusion for the investigation of the scattering properties of a spherical particle. As an example, scattering by a particle made of either a dielectric or a metallic material is simulated, and both situations are then compared.
[April 24, 2019]

The Mie solution has been enabled in VirtualLab Fusion for the investigation of the scattering properties of a spherical particle. As an example, scattering by a particle made of either a dielectric or a metallic material is simulated, and both situations are then compared.

Scattering of light is one of the most fundamental effects in optics. For those cases with scattering particles whose size is comparable to the wavelength of the light, e.g., liquid droplets or gaseous contaminants in the air, an exact treatment is required to produce an accurate enough model. The Mie solution, also known as the Lorenz-Mie solution, or Mie scattering, has been enabled in VirtualLab Fusion for the investigation of the scattering properties of a spherical particle. As an example, scattering by a particle made of either a dielectric or a metallic material is simulated, and both situations are then compared.

The Mie solution has been enabled in VirtualLab Fusion for the investigation of the scattering properties of a spherical particle. As an example, scattering by a particle made of either a dielectric or a metallic material is simulated, and both situations are then compared.
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