Methods for Computer Design of DiffractiveOptical Elements
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The first inclusive book on the cutting-edge field of modern optics and its applications
For the first time, all the major aspects of designing planar DOEs are covered in one book, comprised of original methods developed by experts at the Russian Academy of Sciences' Image Processing Systems Institute. The breadth of Methods for Computer Design of Diffractive Optical Elements covers DOE production, beginning from the design techniques and the software, to the fabrication technology, experimental studies, and testing of DOEs, including all major DOE application fields and DOE types. The contributors also detail the three key approaches to designing phase DOEs: a geometric optics (ray-tracing) method, the scalar diffraction (Kirchhoff) method, and the rigorous design based on electromagnetic theory. Methods for Computer Design of Diffractive Optical Elements is an estimable reference for experts in the aerospace industry, research and development institutes, the automobile industry, as well as students and university professors.



Introduction in Diffractive Optics (V.A. Soifer).

Iterative Methods for Designing DOEs (L.L. Doskolovich, et al.).

Design of DOE Using Electromagnetic Theory (L.L. Doskolovich, et al..

Technology of DOE Fabrication (D.L. Golovashkin, et al.).

DOE for Focusing the Laser Light (L.L. Doskolovich, et al..

Selection of Laser Light Modes (V.S. Pavelyer and U.A. Soifer).

Light Beams with Periodic Properties (S.N. Khonina, et al.).

Wavefront Correction (N.L. Kazanskiy, et al.).

DOE-Based Lighting Devices (N.L. Kazanskiy).

Optical Data Processing Using DOEs (S.N. Khonina, et al.).



"...introduces methods of DOE fabrication." (SciTech Book News, Vol. 26, No. 2, June 2002)

"...a wonderful text...strongly recommended..." (Materials & Manufacturing Processes, Vol. 17, No. 1, 2002)

"...a good and deep introduction into this growing field..." (Optik, 2003)