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Tools for Diffractive Optics

OpticStudio Tools for Diffractive Optics, November 19, 2015

Diffractive optics are useful surfaces to have in your optical design toolbox. Diffractive optical elements can be used in a variety of applications including spectroscopy, beam shapers, athermalization, and correction of chromatic aberrations. It is critical to understand how OpticStudio models diffractive optics, and the tools that are offered to create and manage the surface.

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About the Presenter: 

Colin Battersby holds a BS degree in Laser and Optical Engineering Technology, and has spent over 18 years as an Optical Engineer. Colin joined Zemax in 2013, and is a Principal Optical Engineer.