Department of Physics
University of Dayton
In the Fall I will teach PHY333, Digital & Analog Circuits
I regularly teach nonlinear optics and have written a textbook, Fundamentals of Nonlinear Optics, see link below. The textbook encompasses a broad spectrum of nonlinear phenomena from second-harmonic generation to soliton formation. The wide use of nonlinear optical phenomena in laboratories and commercial devices requires familiarity with the underlying physics as well as practical device considerations. This text adopts a combined approach to analyze the complimentary aspects of nonlinear optics, enabling a fundamental understanding of both a given effect and practical device applications.
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