The workshop aims at a small number of participants with a limit of 15. The workshop is opened to any country but the priority will be given to the students coming, first from Thailand and then, from ASEAN countries.
The targeted participants are the following:
- Graduate and final-year undergraduate students in Engineering, physics, Optics, Photonics and related domains.
- PhD students in Engineering, physics, Optics, Photonics and related domains.
- Researchers and Engineers in Engineering, physics, Optics, Photonics and related domains.
The minimum knowledge to attend the workshop is: good knowledge of geometrical and physical optics, including: paraxial optics calculations, theory of diffraction effects and interferences.
A Basic knowledge of 3rd order aberration theory and a knowledge of 1 optical design software (ZEMAX OpticStudio preferred) would be profitable (but not mandatory) to attend the workshop.
Equipment: The attendees must have access to one PC laptop with Windows installed, no MAC, no Linux with one powerful connection to internet. Indeed, the academic classes and the classwork will be given in real-time by the lecturers (no recorded lectures). It is thus very important that you verify the quality of your connection before attending the workshop.
First, we recommend that you connect with a local WIFI connection located at your home or at your work rather than over WIFI sources which are usually less stable. Second, we ask you to test the quality and the stability of this connection before registration to the work. For example, you could verify that you can watch a high resolution movie in streaming without interruption during 2hours.