Holography and Coherent Imaging
Fall 2009 Syllabus

Lecture

Date

Topic

Reading

Homework Due

1

8/26

Gabor Holography slides code hyf.jpg Gabor  

2

8/28

Leith-Upatneiks Holography slides Leith Upatneiks hw 1

3

9/2

Resolution and MTF in off axis holography slides    

4

9/4

Volume holography slides Russell

Simulation of Gabor and LU holograms. hw 2
solution

5

9/9

Display holograms slides Simple Holography

6

9/11

Analysis of volume holograms slides
simulations
making a hologram, spherical wave Bragg effect, plane wave Bragg effect, reconstruction of a weak hologram,
reconstruction of a strong hologram

Display hologram fabrication hw 3

7

9/16

Information capacity of volume holograms slides Brady  

8

9/18

Time of flight holography slides Abramson Simulation of volume holograms hw 4

9

9/23

Optical coherence tomography slides Huang  

10

9/25

Spectral domain and swept source OCT slides Choma Volume hologram fabrication hw 5

11

9/30 Computer generated holograms slides Wyrowski  

12

10/2

CGH encoding slides

code letterE

Walker
van der Gracht
van der Gracht

CGH simulation and fab

hw 6

13

10/7

Digital holography and noise slides    

14

10/9

Review slides    

15

10/14 Midterm exam solution    
16

10/16

Digial holography Schnars  

17

10/21

Diffraction tomography slides

Devaney
Kak and Slaney

 

18

10/23 Diffraction tomography interpolation   Digital holography experiment hw7

19

10/28

Noise in digital holography slides Marron  

20

10/30

Born and Rytov approximations notes Brady Compressive holography simulation

21

11/4

Compressed sensing Candes  

22

11/6

Compressive Holography Brady Born and Rytov simulation

23

11/11

Speckle Wyant

hw 8 (Due 12/4)

code for homework 8

24

11/13

Speckle Imaging Bates  

25

11/18

Imaging by phase retreival, Fienup slides Fienup  

26

11/20

Review    
  12/2 T.-C. Poon lecture    
  12/4 Review    

 

12/7-12/8 Final exam (distribtued at 2 pm on 12/7. Due back at 5 pm on 12/8.)