Wave Optics

Members of the group deal with the problems of wave optics and development of applications of measurement methods based on the principles of wave and statistical optics. Theoretical results are focused on the advances in complex theory of statistical properties of optical speckle fields including novel numerical model (Sci. World J. 2014, 704368) simulating generation and propagation of speckle fields for various variants of deformation tensor characterizing the surface of the object (rigid body translation, 3D rotation or tranlsation, elastic deformation). Suggested approach has been tested also experimentally in good agreement including determination of limits of applicability, sensitivity and precision.

The methods of wave optics have been also used to noninvasive observation of plants exposed to wound (Plant Meth. 2018, 14 , 38).

Next, problems of various applications of electronic speckle pattern interferometry (ESPI) are studied, e.g., effective evaluation of highly noisy interferograms (Meas. Sci. Rev. 2014, 14, 177). As another task, the methods based on white-light interferometry are investigated and applied as 3D sensors with large information potential.

Latest publications of the group

  • Smid, P; Pavlicek, P; Kmec, J: Detection of decorative phase defects on a polymeric non-planar object, Polym. Test 109 107558 (2022).
  • Pavlicek, P; Hiklova, H: Optically smooth and optically rough surface in the view of optical 3D sensors based on imaging, Appl. Optics 61 (5) , B215 - B224 (2022).
  • Perina, J; Pavlicek, P; Michalek, V; Machulka, R; Haderka, O: p Nonclassicality criteria for N-dimensional optical fields detected by quadratic detectors, Phys. Rev. A 105 (1) 13706 (2022).
  • Chytka, L; Mandat, D; Albury, J; Bellido, JA; Farmerh, J; Fujii, T; Hamal, P; Horvath, P; Hrabovsky, M; Kvita, J; Malacari, M; Mastrodicasa, M; Matthews, JN; Michal, S; Ni, X; Nozka, L; Palatka, M; Pech, M; Privitera, P; Schovanek, P; Salamida, F; Smida, R; Thomas, SB; Travnicek, P; Vacula, M: An automated all-sky atmospheric monitoring camera for a next-generation ultrahigh-energy cosmic-ray observatory, J. Instrum. 15 (10) T10009 (2020).
  • Smid, P; Havranek, V; Ivanov, G: Detection of visual defects on rotationally symmetric objects, J. Opt. Soc. Am. A-Opt. Image Sci. Vis. 37 (10) , 1583 - 1594 (2020).

Group of Wave Optics

Name Role Room Phone (++420 58 563 ...) ORCID Researcher ID
Mgr. Ivana Hamarová Ph.D. - - - G-5613-2014
RNDr. Pavel Horváth Ph.D. researcher 209 1569, 1540 0000-0002-6710-5339 G-6334-2014
prof. RNDr. Miroslav Hrabovský DrSc. researcher / deputy head of the laboratory / head of the group 210 1501 0000-0003-4223-7316 G-6714-2014
doc. RNDr. Pavel Pavlíček Ph.D. researcher 218 1680 0000-0002-9162-4905 G-6193-2014
RNDr. Petr Šmíd Ph.D. researcher 209 1569, 1540 0000-0001-7077-6785 G-5690-2014

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