Zemax – Academic Training 2023
Zemax software helps the world’s leading brands and institutions design optical and illumination systems for a broad range of applications—from biomedical research to consumer electronics, digital retina mapping, machine vision, Mars exploration, self-driving cars, virtual reality, and more.
Zemax Academic Training Courses 2023
Zemax Training Course in November 2023
Session 1 – Monday, 27th November (2 hrs)
Session 2 – Tuesday, 28th November (2hrs)
Zemax Training Course in December 2023
Session 1 – Tuesday, 5th December (2 hrs)
Session 2 – Thursday, 7th December (2 hrs)
Sessions start: 12:00pm AEDT
- Optical Principles, Zemax Lens build-up
- Simulation Configuration and Process
- Zemax modes
- Zemax POP introduction
- Gaussian Beam principles
- Paraxial gaussian beam
- Physical optics propagation
- Fibre coupling
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Zemax OpticStudio – Optical Workflow & Design Software
Get everything you need to simulate, optimise, and tolerance your optical designs. Design high-confidence virtual prototypes that you can thoroughly analyse before manufacturing.
Achieve on-time, on-budget optical design cycles
Discover new ways to turn innovative ideas into products that shape the world. OpticStudio is the standard for optical, illumination, and laser system design in leading companies throughout the optics industry and at universities around the world.
- Analyse, optimise, tolerance
- Global userbase
- Leading industry standard
- Built-in STOP analysis available
Easily Use OpticStudio With Other Ansys Products
Streamline workflows and communication across photonic, optical, mechanical, and manufacturing engineers.
Microscale component modelling
Optimise the design of photonic components, circuits, and systems at the chip level with waveguides, sensors, and microlenses.
Imaging the physical world
Apply ray tracing analysis, optimisation, and optical and mechanical tolerancing via API-driven automation to refine optical designs.
Simulating human perception
Predict the illumination and optical performance of systems via lighting simulation and integrations into 3D environments.
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