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Technical Modules

The Technical Modules provide a deep insight into topics which are closely related to your own research project. Handling of LabVIEW, e.g., is very important for scalable measuring or control applications.
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Micro- and Nanotechnology Laboratory

  

  • Theoretical and practical introduction to micro- and nanotechnology, overview of technology facilities at KIT.
    • Optical lithography for patterning
    • Theory of photo resists, photochemical reaction, mask aligners, optical mask technology
    • Thin film deposition
    • Thermal evaporation, electron gun evaporation, sputtering
    • Micro optics and related technologies
    • Atomic Force Microscopy
    • Introduction in the technique of direct laser writing for fabrication of photonic crystals
    • Scanning Electron Microscopy and Focused Ion Beam

 October 2019

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Advanced Light Microscopy in Biological Science

 

  • Preparation of biological samples, fluorescence microscopy, live cell imaging, laser scanning microscopy

 June 2019

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Digital Signal Processing

 

  • Introduction into the theory of discrete signals, estimation and signal processing. Practical exercises as well as computer lab training complement the lectures.
  • Content:
  • Discrete signals
  • Fourier Transform
  • Random signals
  • Bayesian classification
  • Support vector machines
  • Markov Models / Hidden Markov Models
  • Kalman filter

March 11-15, 2019

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Computational Photonics

 

  • finding solutions to those equations that describe the properties of light and its interaction with matter in a numerical sense
  • computational methods are often essential to understand actual experiments
  • simplify the design of optical materials and functional devices prior to any fabricatio
  • theoretical lectures and hands-on training using different software package
  • methods that solve rigorously Maxwell’s equations
  • The methods and tools we discuss, therefore, can be applied to systems, where wave optical properties are important
  • combination of internal and external scientific and industrial experts that will offer theoretical lectures and hands-on training
  • gain a solid knowledge of the basics of computational photonics and competences to solve a large variety of different problems
  • the acquired knowledge will help in your everyday research

tba 2019

 

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OCT and Related Optical Technologies Applications in Medical Technology

 

  • short three day course
  • understand how basic optical principles are applied in the design of modern optical medical equipment
  • optical coherence tomographes, low coherence light interferometric biometers or Shack-Hartmann-wave front meters
  • industrial research and design of optical medical devices

 tba

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Design, Fabrication and Characterization of Solar Cells

 

  • Research on most efficient and cost-effective solar cell possible
  • potential active materials
  • last advances of (nano)photonics, materials science and applied physics
  • insights into the field of photovoltaics by discussing design, fabrication and characterization aspects
  • lectures, lab tours or visits of two recognized PV research centers

November 2018

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LabView

 

  • The KSOP-module will cover the National Instruments LabVIEW-courses “Core 1".

 May 2019

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