Dr. Robert A. Freking, Dr. Joseph Vornehm, Gregory Balonek
|Jan/09||Mon||01:00PM-04:00PM||Beaverworks NE45-202, Bring laptop with MATLAB installed|
|Jan/11||Wed||01:00PM-04:00PM||Beaverworks NE45-202, Bring laptop with MATLAB installed|
|Jan/13||Fri||01:00PM-04:00PM||Beaverworks NE45-202, Bring laptop with MATLAB installed|
|Jan/18||Wed||01:00PM-04:00PM||Beaverworks NE45-202, Bring laptop with MATLAB installed|
|Jan/20||Fri||01:00PM-04:00PM||Beaverworks NE45-202, Bring laptop with MATLAB installed|
Enrollment: Limited: Advance sign-up required
Sign-up by 01/06
Limited to 30 participants
Attendance: Participants must attend all sessions
Prereq: Laptop with MATLAB, MATLAB experience
Hands-On Holography, Misjudged as passé art or entertained only as an amusing physical paradox, holography critically encompasses all the essential principles governing propagating wave interactions across every domain of matter and energy. Yet, surprisingly few in the applied sciences and engineering appreciate how to leverage holographic phenomena in real-world sensing applications. This course will demystify holography by demonstrating how to gather and interpret 2-D, phase-preserving recordings to recover a hidden , encoded third dimension of information. Course topics progress from basic phenomenology on to specialized applications of holographic techniques in the physical and computational domains. Participants will practice holography hands-on in the electromagnetic and audio domains through interactive laboratory exercises employing traditional film, computer-generated holography (CGH) and sonic recordings. Measurement devices, supplies and MATLAB starter code will be provided.
All participants must supply their own laptops with MATLAB installed.
*This work is sponsored by the Department of the Air Force under Air Force Contract FA8721-05-C-0002. Opinions, interpretations, conclusions and recommendations are those of the author and are not necessarily endorsed by the United States Government.
Sponsor(s): Lincoln Laboratory, MIT-SUTD Collaboration
Contact: Dr. Robert A. Freking, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, email@example.com