Course: Optics seminar

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Course title Optics seminar
Course code KFY/SOP
Organizational form of instruction Seminary
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study 2
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 3
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory-optional
Form of instruction unspecified
Work placements unspecified
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Bartoš Petr, doc. RNDr. Ph.D.
Course content
1. Non-damped simple harmonic oscillations. 2. Damped harmonic oscillations. 3. Forced oscillations and thein technical application. Oscillation composition. 4. Oscillation decomposition onto harmonic oscillation - harmonic analysis. 5. Waves. Standing waves. Travelling waves. Energy of waves. Principals. Snell's law. 6. Interference and diffraction of travelling waves. Special type sof waves. 7. Sound. Infrasound and ultrasound and their aplication. Doppler´s effect. Electromagnetic waves. Polarization. 8. Elementary optics phenomena. Historical development of opinions about light properties. Elementary properties of light beams. 9. Wave optics. Coherence and interference. (thin plane-parallel plate interference, Newton´s glasses, grating and optical slit). 10. Particle optics - photoelectric and Compton´s effect. Lasers, holography, quantum optics. 11. Geometrical optics - image formation by refraction at a spherical surface, image formation using thin and thick lenses. Lenses´ optical imperfections. 12. Optical instruments. Diaphragm and its function. Physiological optics. 13. Optical spectra, prism light decomposition, Birefringence (natural and artificial) photoelastcimetry, photometry. 14. Time extra left

Learning activities and teaching methods
Dialogic (discussion, interview, brainstorming)
Learning outcomes
Knowledge enlarging of an elementary course. Technical applications, mathematical deriving of important formulas. During the study, the student conducts a portfolio of his / her didactical materials (presentations, papers, projects, thought maps, preparations for teaching, photo and video documentation of experiments, video sequences from teaching lessons, aids and experiments database, overview of visits during his / her teaching and pedagogical outcomes at school, overview of all promotional events popularizing the disciplines). This portfolio will be used during didactic analysis during the final state exam.
Students know actual development in ray, quantum and wave optics.
Prerequisites
Copletion of a subject specialized in oscillating movement, waves and optics.

Assessment methods and criteria
Didactic test

Active participation, min. 50% success in credit tests.
Recommended literature
  • Feynman, R. P.:. Feynmanova přednáška z fyziky II, Alfa, Bratislava, 1982.
  • Hajko, V. a kol.:. Fyzika v príkladoch.
  • Halliday, D., Resnick, R., Walker J.:. Fyzika (Část 4 - Elmag vlny -Optika- Relativita), Vutium Brno a Prometheus Praha 2000.
  • Hlavička, A. a kol.:. Fyzika pro pedagogické fakulty - I. díl, SPN Praha 1978.
  • Horák, Z.:. Fyzika, svazek 2, SNTL, PRAHA, 1972.
  • Zeman, V.:. Sbírka řešených úloh z fyziky pro pedagogické fakulty.


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