VirtualLab Fusion webinars, held by our team of experienced optical engineers, take place regularly on different topics. Below you may find a list of our webinars.
From the version 7.3 of VirtualLab Fusion, one most important feature is the non-sequential modeling of electromagnetic field propagation through optical systems. This feature is vitally crucial for accurate modeling of an optical system, e.g., interferometers, etalon, as well as visual effects, e.g., ghost image caused by multi-reflection between optical interfaces. This webinar shows the feature concept, as well as how to enable it in VirtualLab Fusion.
A sound analysis of the performance of a system whose purpose is to couple light into an optical fiber forcefully passes through a full physical-optics simulation of the setup, as does a successful design of such a system: a small deviation in the position of the fiber entrance or in the beam profile, can affect the resulting coupling efficiency, with unnecessary waste of resources ensuing.
VirtualLab Fusion, as a fully vectorial physical-optics software package, provides:
- a flexible source model to realistically mimic the properties and behavior of light,
- an array of field solvers capable of efficiently simulating light propagating through high-NA lenses,
- a fast propagation operator to calculate the field in the focal region,
- and a bespoke detector for calculating the coupling efficiency via the overlap integral with respect to a fully customizable reference mode.
In this webinar we will take advantage of all the above to guide the users through the following workflow, specific to the analysis and design of fiber-coupling systems:
The webinar will take place on 27 May. Due to the different time zones, we offer two time slots.
In this new webinar series we present the mathematical toolkit that helps make fast physical optics a reality, show how this toolkit is directly reflected in the user interface, and illustrate the impact it has for the average user, with an added bonus – a sneak peek into the coming release! In this first instalment we discuss one of our key strategies: connecting different field solvers on a single simulation platform – VirtualLab Fusion.