• Principles of Optielectronics and sensor applications
    • School of Electronic, Information and Electrical Engineering
    • Credit. 2
    • MR400
    • Enroll
    • Fall , 2015
    • 1905
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • This course covers basics of optoelectronics, including optical propagation in single layer, multiple periodic layers, waveguide, SPR, and any layered structures. Then, applications of these thin film optical structures in sensor applications will be covered. The performance factors of sensitivity and integration will be discussed. A lab session is included to allow student carry out hands-on training.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • After completing the course, students should:
      1.Explain Maxwell Equations
      2.Solve wave equation in given layered structures
      3.Solve problems of optical wave propagation in periodic layered structure
      4.Explain principles of waveguides
      5.Explain principles of surface Plasmon resonance
      6.Describe sensor applications based on optical devices of layered structure
      7.Explain sensor performance factors and their dependence on optical device structures.
      8.Be able to fabricate and measure a kind of thin film optical device
    • Schedule:
    • Topics / Credit hours / Teaching methodology / Tasks / Intended learning outcomes / Assessment methods

      1. The Electromagnetic Field / 4 / Lecture / Homework 1 / 1.1 Maxwell’s Equations and Boundary Conditions 1.2 Energy Density and Energy Flux 1.3 Complex Numbers and Monochromatic Fields 1.4 Wave Equation and Monochromatic Plane Waves 1.5 Polarization States of Light 1.6 Partially Polarized and Unpolarized Light 1.7 Elementary Theory of Coherence / Homework grading

      2. Interaction of Electromagnetic Radiation with Matter / 4 / Lecture / Homework2 / 2.1 Dielectric Constant and Atomic Polariizability 2.2 Classical Electron Model 2.3 Dispersion and Complex Refractive Index 2.4 Kramers-Kronig Relations 2.5 Optical Pulses and Group Velocit / Homework Grading
      3. Reflection and Refraction of Plane Waves / 4 / Lecture / Homework3 / 3.1 Snell’s Law and Fresnel’s Formulas 3.2 Total Internal Reflection 3.3 Polarization by Reflection; Brewster Angle 3.4 Reflection at Surface of Absorbing Medium / Homework Grading
      4. Optics of A Homogeneous and Isotropic Layer / 4 / Lecture / Homework4 / 4.1 Electromagnetic Treatment 4.2 Airy’s Formulas 4.3 Transmittance, Reflectance, and Absorptance 4.4 Thick Layers and Spectral Averaging / Homework Grading
      5. Matrix Formulation for Isotropic Layered Media / 4 / Lecture / Homework5 / 5.1 2x2 Matrix Formulation 5.2 Transmittance and Reflectance 5.3 General Theorem on Layered Media / Lab report grading
      6. Optics of Periodic Layered Media / 4 / Lecture / Homework6 / 6.1 Periodic Layered Media 6.2 Bloch Waves and Band Structures 6.3 Bragg Reflectors 6.4 Form Birefringence 6.5 Resonant Tunneling / homework grading
      7. Guided Waves in Layered Media / 4 / Lecture / Homework7 / 7.1 Symmetric Slab Waveguides 7.2 Asymmetric Slab Waveguides 7.3 Multilayer Waveguides 7.4 Surface Plasmons 7.5 Electromagnetic Bloch Surface Waves 7.6 General Properties of Dielectric Waveguides 7.7 Perturbation Theory and Mode Coupling 7.8 Coupling of Two Waveguides 7.9 Effective Index Theory 7.10 Coupling of N Identical Waveguides / Homework Grading
      8. Senor Applications / 4 / Lecture / Homework8 / 8.1 Porous silicon formation and fabrication 8.2 Label-free biosensors based on porous silicon thin film optoelectronic devices 8.3 Analysis of the performances of porous silicon biosensors / Homework Grading
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    • Rong Guoguang
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  • Prerequisite Course:

    Introductory electromagnetic, or Engineering electromagnetics

  • Textbooks:

    PochiYeh, Optical waves in layered media, John Wiley & Sons.

    S. M. Weiss and G. Rong, “Porous silicon waveguides for small molecule detection,” in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology for Chemical and Biological Defense, edited by R. Nagarajan, W. Zukas, T. A. Hatton, and S. Lee (ACS Symposium Series vol. 1016, Oxford University Press, 2010), Chpt. 14, pp. 185-194.
  • Grading:

    25% / Homework
    25% / Mid-term exam
    25% / Final exam
    15% / Lab Performance and Experimental Results
    10% / Lab report
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