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Obligatory courses

 

Course Code Course Name Course Introduction Credits Hours
6507001 Doctoral Dissertation Graduate students are required to complete a specific research topic under the instruction of their advisor. The results should be written as a thesis. 3 3
6506003 Engineering Seminar Case Study. Seminar. Group meeting. 1 2
6507002 Technical English Writing This course helps the learners recognize the syntax, style, and organization as far as the papers on English writings are concerned. 3 3
6507003 Technical English Presentation This course helps the learners recognize the syntax, style, and organization as far as the papers on technology and technical writings are concerned. Discussions include specific ways to technical presentation and technical writings. 3 3

 
Selective courses
Course Code Course Name Course Introduction Credits Hours
   Fundamentals of Photonics
1. Ray Optics
2. Wave Optics
3. Beam Optics
4. Fourier Optics
5. Electromagnetic Optics
6. Polarization and Crystal Optics
3 3
  Optical Experiment (1) 1.Experiment on multi-mode optical fiber 2.Experiment on single-mode optical fiber 3.Position measurement 4.Doppler velocity measurement 5.Holography 6.Holography interferometry 7.Moire method 8.Moire interferometry 9.Computer assisted programming for laser cutting 10.Experiment of laser cutting 11.NC programming for the three dimensional fabricator of rapid prototype 12.Laser assisted rapid prototyping 13.Basic Electro-optical peripheral 13-1.Optical Input devices:digital camera、scanner、Image capturer 13-2.Optical output devices:LCD display、LED display、3D-TV display 14.Optial information storage 14-1.Usage and control of MO 14-2. Usage and control of CD/RW 15.Dasic optical information processing 15-1.Optical compating and pattern recognition 15-2.MRI medical image processing 1 3
6503007 Modern Optics This course includes the propagation of light, the vectorial nature of light, coherence and interference, multiple-beam interference, diffraction, optics of solids, thermal radiation and light quanta, optical spectra, and ray optics. 3 3
6505004 Experiments for Opto-electronic Engineering (I)
The practices in vacuum engineering, variety deposition methods such as CVD, PVD and electroplating, that include DC, RF, microwave hot filament etc are be performed. Tests of film properties and its characterizations such as SEM, EDX, XRD, and metallurgical microscope are also be examined.
1.Experiment on V-I characteristics of photonic devices.
2.C-V measurements of optoelectronic devices.
3.Measurements of photoconductivity and minority-carrier lifetime of photonic materials.
4.Lab on Michelson interferometer
5.Lab Experiment on diffraction
6.Lab on polarization
7.Lab on spectrometer
1 3
6505005 Experiments for Opto-electronic Engineering (II)
1.Experiment on multi-mode optical fiber
2.Experiment on single-mode optical fiber
3.Position measurement
4.Doppler velocity measurement
5.Holography
6.Holography interferometry
7.Moire method
8.Moire interferometry
9.Computer assisted programming for laser cutting
10.Experiment of laser cutting
11.NC programming for the three dimensional fabricator of rapid prototype
12.Laser assisted rapid prototyping
13.Basic Electro-optical peripheral
   13-1.Optical Input devices:digital camera、scanner、Image capturer
   13-2.Optical output devices:LCD display、LED display、3D-TV display
14.Optial information storage
   14-1.Usage and control of MO
   14-2. Usage and control of CD/RW
15.Dasic optical information processing
   15-1.Optical compating and pattern recognition
   15-2.MRI medical image processing
1 3
6505007 Electromagnetics in Optoelectronics
1. Basic electromagnetic theory
2.Reflection and transmission of plane waves at a dielectric interface
3.The slab waveguides
4.Practical waveguide geometries
5.Optical fibers
6.Propagation, modulation, and oscillation in optical dielectric waveguide
7.Resonators and couplers
8.Distributed feedback structures
3 3

6505042

Fiber-Optic Communication
1.Introduction to optical fiber communications.
2.Optical fibers-losses and fabrications
3.Signal degradation
4.Light emitters
5.Optical receivers
6.Repeaters and optical amplifier
7.Digital communications
8.Solitions and dense wavelength-division multiplexing tgdi systems
3 3
6505031 Integrated Optics From the electromagnetic theory, the optical waves propagation, coupling, and modulating in optical wave-guides are proposed. Also from the quantum theory introduced by modern physics, the laser theory and the principles of photo detectors are introduced. By the concepts of electro-optical modulation of laser devices, electrical modulation of optical wave-guides, and the opto-electronic conversion of photo detector devices, the fundamental concepts of integrated optics are introduced. Also the characteristics and applications of integrated optics are presented. 3 3
6505024 Fabrication of Optoelectronic Materials and Device
1.Single crystal growth
2.Engitaxial technique
3.Diffusion and implantation
4.Dry and wet etching
5.Chemical vapor deposition
6.Metal film coating
7.Manufacturing process of photo electronic element
8.Characterization measurement and analysis of element
3 3
6505016 Fourier Optics
This course illustrates the diffraction theory and techniques of image processing and optical information processing by using the methods of Fourier transform. It involves:
1. Introduction
2.Analysis of 2-D linear systems
3.Diffraction theory
4.Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction
5.Fourier transforming
6.Frequency analysis of optical imaging properties of lenses
7.Spatial filtering and optical information processing
8.Holography
3 3
6505015 Optolelectronic Materials and Devices
1.Crystal structures and growth
2.Lattice vibration and phonon
3.Energy-band theory
4.Basic properties of photonic methods
5.Junction theory
6.Light-emitting devices
7.Pgotodetectors
8.Changed-coupled devices
9.Liguid crystal display
3 3
6505010 Opto-electronic Methods in Precision Measurement
This course introduces the optical methods used to determine the displacements and angular rotations of a target. Optical signals are transferred into electronic signals for analysis. It involves:
1.Introduction
2.Geometrical error
3.Laser encoder
4.Interferometers
5.Optical encoder
6.Optical
3 3
6505025 Optoelectronics (I)
1.Crystal structures and defects
2.Optoelectronic aterials
3.Optoelectronic
4.Light-emitting devices
5.Properties of materials
6.Optical couplers
3 3
6505026 Optoelectronics (II)
1.Fabrication of optoelectronic devices
2.Fabrication of fibers
3.Fibers and their characteristics
4.Optical fiber communication systems
5.Optoelectronic control circuits
6.Charge-coupled devices
7.Liquid crystal display
3 3
6505041 Semiconductor Materials and Devices Characterizations
1.Structural AnalysisSEM, TEM, SIMS, AES, X-ray diffractrometry, STM
2.Optical ConstantsOptical Microscopy, Ellipsometry, FTIR, CWPR, PL
3.Time-Resolved Optical MeasurementsTRPR, TRPL, Pump-Probe, EOS, PCS
4. ElectricalI-V, C-V, resistance/resistivity, Hall measurements, defects
5. Carrier Lifetimes and Mobility
6. Characterization of Photonic DevicesPhotodetectors (PD), Optical Modulators (EAM), Laser Diodes (LD)
3 3
6505050 Design and application of optical coating
1. Basic theory
2. Admittance diagrams for optical coating design
3. Beam splitter
4. High reflection coating
5. Edge filter
6. Band-pass filter
7. Tilted coatings
3 3
6505051 An introduction to nanomaterials
1. History and development of nanoscience and technology
2. Elementary concepts and physical properties of nanomaterials
3. Synthesis and characterization methods for nanomaterials and structures
4. Optoelectronics for nanoscale materials and devices
5. Applications of nanomaterials
3 3
6505054 Epitaxy technology and measurement
1. Lattice structure
2. Liquid phase epitaxy
3. Vapor phase epitaxy
4. Matel-organic chemical vapor deposition
5. Molecular beam epitaxy
6. measuring technology of epilayer
3 3
6505055 Optical MEMS
1. Overview of Optical MEMS and Microsystems Working
2. Principles of Optical Microsystems
3. Overview of Optical MEMS
4. Optical Microsystems Design
5. Optical Microsystems Packaging
6. Optical Microsystems Testing
3 3
6505059 Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM)
This course introduces
1. basic principle,
2. atomic force microscope,
3. theory of scanning tunneling microscope,
4. tips and properties of sample surfaces,
5. applications SPM,
6. nano-manipulation and nanoechanics,
7. near-field scanning optical microscopy.

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6505062 Project Research of Industry Trend Analysis in High Technology
1. It applies the circulate message of prosperity cycle on Crystal Cycle.
2. It explores contents and situations about relating property by Porter's five force analysis, SWOT analysis, and Diamond analysis.
3. It manufactures the Project in relating property.
4. It practices and criticizes the Project in relating property.
3 3
 
  • Graduate students are required to complete specific research topic under the restruction of their advisor.The results should be written as a thesis.