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Optical polarisation gratings and their use in chiral analysis
An optical polarisation grating is an optical field with a spatially varying polarisation state. It is rapidly becoming apparent that optical polarisation gratings offer new possibilities for the analysis of handed or chiral samples. We will explore the basic theory of optical polarisation gratings and summarise their use as the basis of chiral optical forces, snapshot circular dichroism, interference-contrast optical activity and certain nonlinear optical phenomena.

Sep 27, 2022 02:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Robert P. Cameron
Royal Society University Research Fellow @University of Strathclyde
Dr Robert P Cameron MInstP is a Royal Society University Research Fellow working at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. His research is concerned primarily with the theory of chiral light-matter interactions and fundamental electrodynamics. In his spare time he enjoys watching films and mucking about at the bowling alley.