Optical thin-films: design, fabrication and characterization
CNRS - Institut Fresnel
PhotonHub Demo centre
23. 7. 2024
19. 11. 2024
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Optical thin-film components are widely used in optical systems. They are key components every time the spectral properties of light have to be controlled.

This one-day hands-on training course provides industry, especially those developing new products or addressing an application need, with a detailed overview of important thin-film optical components and the associated constraints when used in optical systems.

The course will focus on three steps when developing thin-film optical components; 1) the design of multilayer structures; 2) the fabrication of thin-film components and the monitoring of the layers thickness; 3) The characterization of fabricated components. Course attendees will learn all steps to develop thin-film optical components. They will also learn limits of the thin-film approach as well as their specific difficulties in order to better specify their future needs.

  • Understanding of key features thin-film optical components
  • See the design techniques and constraints for calculating a specific multilayer structure
  • See the whole fabrication and characterization processes to produce multilayer thin-film components
  • Understand the thin-film limits and better define future thin-film components needs
Medium experience Advanced experience
It is important that course attendees have a basic understanding of photonics. The course is ideally suited to those planning to develop new photonic products, especially when spectral control of light is required.
INSTITUT FRESNEL Faculte des Sciences de Saint Jérôme Avenue Escadrille Normandie-Niemen Dates are flexible based on attendees availability
450 Euros per person
includes catering and project consumables
3 to 5 persones
Cleanroom work with limited space
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