Optical Monitoring Systems for Deposition of Optical Coatings

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Optical Monitoring Systems for Deposition of Optical Coatings

Hosted By: Thin Films Technical Group

12 February 2019, 8:30 - 9:30

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Optical monitoring plays a critical role in optical coatings. Advances in optical metrology and computing power enabled creating fully automated optical monitoring systems. Different types of optical monitoring systems exist today, including systems using direct and indirect monitoring, transmission and reflection, single wavelength and broadband etc.

In this webinar hosted by the OSA Thin Films Technical Group, Dr. Binyamin Rubin from Veeco Instruments will cover classification of optical monitoring systems (OMS) to demonstrate how OMS characteristics affect its performance. Algorithms and strategies used in optical monitoring will also be discussed during the webinar and examples of advanced filters produced with different optical monitoring systems will be demonstrated.
 
What You Will Learn:
  • Advantages and limitations of different optical monitoring systems
  • Strategies and algorithms used in optical monitoring 
  • How characteristics of optical monitoring system can be tailored to specific application
Who Should Attend:
  • Optical coating engineers and scientists 
  • Engineers involved in development of optical coating equipment 
  • Scientists/engineers who designs optical systems and/or  use coated optical components

 

Presenter

Dr. Binyamin Rubin, Veeco Instruments

Binyamin Rubin holds PhD in Aerospace Engineering from Technion - Israel Institute of Technology and MSc and BSc from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. He has 7 years of experience developing vacuum deposition equipment for optical coatings. He was involved in development of multiple optical monitoring systems. In addition to optical film deposition he has extensive experience with developing ion thrusters for space propulsion and plasma sources for space environment simulation.