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Nowadays, it is relatively easy to prototype refractors (e.g., lenses) with arbitrary surface shapes using either subtractive or additive technologies. However, designing the shape of the refractor to reach some desired objectives remains a challenging problem. Indeed, a slight change of the refractive surface can produce strong and non-local effects on the refracted image making it impossible to design the shape of the refractive surface by hand. The goals of this internship are:
- Implement a state of the art solver (already done at 80%).
- Experiment with the fabrication process.
- Quantify the aforementioned sources of errors and investigate approaches to reduce the largest ones.
- Investigate more sophisticated designs to relax some of the constraints (e.g., planar receiver, monochromatic light source) or achieve new application (e.g., focus-free projection).
This is a vast topic, and the focus of the internship will be adjusted according to the candidate motivations.
- Encadrants : Gaël Guennebaud
- Mots-clés : Optical design, Fabrication, Numerical optimization
- Niveau : M2
- Durée : 5 à 6 mois
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