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This conference addresses several 3D imaging metho...Lees verder

 

You are welcome from 14:30 hrs. onwards in the Aud...Lees verder

 

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Job Openings

Optics Research Group:

  • PhD EU Marie Curie Project NOLOSS (31 Dec) ESR2
  • PhD EU Marie Curie Project NOLOSS (31 Dec) ESR9

An overview of all ImPhys job openings can be found here.

Photonics4all

 We are involved in the European Outreach Project Photonics4all. We aim to promote photonics and light based technologies throughout the EU via videos, tools and our presence to activities and conferences through 2015-2016

Visit us at: photonics4all.eu

Bachelor/Master Projects

  • Photonics on Chip
  • Phosphorescence in Multilayers
  • Hyperbolic metamaterials
  • Diffraction and scattering of Nano-particules
  • Apply TeraHertz to industry issues
  • 2 new topics for ASML (Eindhoven) with Internship allowance
  • LEDs and their future
  • Lithography and Optics Systems at ASML
  • Optimization of the Image Quality of Security Cameras
  • Single Photon Interference Experiments with the Frequency Comb Laser Source
    Many more...

 

Optics Research Group

The Optics Research Group (Optica in Dutch) is specialized in electromagnetic wave theory and imaging techniques operating in both near and far-field region and has one of the longest histories of research in Delft.
Ranging from Extreme UV wavelengths to the Terahertz frequency band, we cover a large range of research topics that have applications in many advanced technologies.
Our Research facilities include various experimental set-ups (clean room) and parallel computing capabilities via a linux server. In addition, the group has access to many commercial software packages and has develloped over the years a large variety of home-made software tools tackling specific research simulation problems.

The Optics Research Groups has a strong international network in optics and is strongly involved in:

  • Dutch Optics Centre - DOC
  • European Optical Society (EOS), our professor, Paul Urbach is a forner president of the Society.

See our latest videos on our Youtube Channel


 

 

 

 

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Sebastiaan Lokhorst started his MSc project

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Luc van Kessel joined our group as PhD

06 April 2017

Luc started his PhD on 1 April. He will work on Fundamental SEM modeling and metrology. This is a computer simulation project. His supervisor is Kees Hagen.Lees verder

 

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