Meet us at OASIS

At OASIS you can participate in numerous LightTrans events in addition to the opportunity to meet our technical experts and sales representatives for a discussion directly at our booth. Besides our talks and poster presentations, you can get deeper insights in our seminar.

OASIS, Tel Aviv, Israel | 1. – 2. April

VirtualLab Fusion Technology and Applications

Interferometry, Microscopy and Fiber Coupling


3 April | 09:00 – 13:00 | Hotel Dan Panorama Tel Aviv

Discover the Fast Physical Optics concept with VirtualLab Fusion by means of seminar modules on technology and different applications. After a brief insight into the theory and the different electromagnetic modeling techniques we will discuss the application fields of interferometry, microscopy and fiber coupling. Join a specific module that you are interested in or stay for the lot, according to your preferences.


Interested in meeting our team at the booth? Make an appointment now!


A k-domain method for fast propagation of electromagnetic fields through graded-index media

1 April | 12:30 – 12:45 | Session 1, Hall A

In this work we offer a k-domain-based method for the fast calculation of fields propagating through GRIN media. It is potentially fast because of two reasons: (1) in the k domain, Maxwell’s equations for GRIN media become ordinary differential equations, so that we can take advantage of Runge-Kutta-type mathematical approaches to reduce the numerical effort; (2) taking advantage of fast Fourier transform algorithms to convert the convolution-type calculation (O(N2)) into a multiplication (O(N)).


Optimization of Coupling Gratings for Lightguide-Based Displays

1 April | 17:00 – 17:15 | Session 3, Hall A

Recently, lightguide-based display devices are drawing growing interest, and one of the key technologies of such devices is the coupling gratings for the lightguides. In this work, we start with the optimization of coupling gratings for a single incident direction and analyze the effect when such optimized gratings are used in different situations. By that, it will be shown that getting uniformly high efficiencies over a wide field of view (FOV) is very challenging.

Poster Presentations

Modeling of Diffractive/Meta-Lenses using Fast Physical Optics

1 April | 10:55 – 11:25


Vectorial physical-optics modeling of interaction of tightly focused beam with nanoparticle

1 April | 10:55 – 11:25

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