Stray Light Short Course Webinar – May 10th
|Stray light control is an important consideration in virtually every sensor system that is constructed. However the task of doing a stray light analysis is daunting: How do you describe scatter from paints, optical surfaces, and particulates? What are reasonable assumptions? What are commonly used metrics for assessing stray light? Are there “tricks of the trade”? (Yes!) How do field stops and Lyot stops work? How can you compute the effects of diffraction from apertures? How do you design baffles and vanes? What are good practices for designing for minimum stray light? How do you use software to calculate stray light?
With almost 30 years of stray light analysis and software experience, Richard Pfisterer, president of Photon Engineering, LLC, will discuss these and other related topics in our webinars on Tuesday, May 10th.
There will be two sessions lasting approximately ½ hour each. Please use the links below to register for the session which best fits your schedule (times provided are for Arizona, GMT-07:00).
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.