UE Optical II: imaging and microscopy



This course is devoted to the formation of optical images, with particular attention being paid to resolution limits in the plane and in 3D. The concepts of impulse response and transfer functions are therefore introduced. The active correction methods used to improve resolution are discussed, along with aperture synthesis. Lastly, several innovative aspects of spectroscopy will be covered. Examples of applications are taken essentially from astronomy and microscopy.


[1] J. W. Goodman, Introduction to Fourier Optics, Roberts &Company Publishers

[2] M. Françon, Optique Formation et Traitement des Images, Masson

[3] E. Hecht, Optics , Addison-Weslay publishing company

[4] J.-P.Perez, Optique, Masson (bases de l’optique)

[5] Y. Vaills, Optique de Fourier et formation des images


[6] F. Desvignes, Rayonnements Optiques (Sources et Détecteurs 535 DES)

[7] F. Weil, Optique Moderne (Laser et Fibres Optiques. Exercices 535 WEI)

[8] Saleh&Teich, Fundamentals of Photonics

[9] E. Rosencher, Optoélectronique (621.383 ROS)

[10] A. Yariv, Optical electronics (621.372.8 YAR)


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