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Lecture: 5.04.672 Science of Imaging, Scientific Sensors and Photography - Details
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Course name Lecture: 5.04.672 Science of Imaging, Scientific Sensors and Photography
Course number 5.04.672
Semester Wintersemester 2016/2017
Current number of participants 4
Home institute Institute of Physics
Courses type Lecture in category Teaching
First date Tue., 18.10.2016 15:45 - 17:15, Room: (HS Emden, T1102)
Type/Form V, Labor
Pre-requisites Basics of optics, electrodynamics, electronics
Learning organisation 2 SWS lecture 3 CP
2 SWS lab 3 CP
Performance record experimental work and laboratory reports or max. 2hr written examination or max 1h oral examination or presentation or homework
Lehrsprache deutsch
ECTS points 3/6

Course location / Course dates

(HS Emden, T1102) Tuesday: 15:45 - 17:15, weekly (14x)


2 hours lecture (3 cp) plus optional 2 hours lab (3 CP) by agreement within the semster or as a block in February.

The lecture can be adjusted to the train if necessary and might be up to 17:45 with less meeting dates.

Imaging and detectors are of major importance everywhere in science and engineering. This course provides substantial background of the relevant physics and engineering methods. As a practical application, many aspects are explained within physics of photography. In the extended laboratory part, using modern imaging systems such as professional cameras, students get experience.

Optical imaging, aberrations, ray tracing, cameras and lenses, exposure, resolution, space bandwidth product, imaging issues and limits, fourier optics, optical transfer function, modern sensors (CCD, CMOS, scientific sensors such as backside illum. XUV-CCD, MCP etc.) in detail, dynamic range and noise, imaging systems, basics of image processing

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