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Coherence Poincaré Sphere
The classic Poincaré sphere construction is generalized from a single point to a pair of points within an optical beam, with the help of the Gram matrix. The generalized, coherence Poincaré sphere enables simultaneous characterization of the polarization properties of a beam at two positions while contains the information about the degree of coherence and the degree of cross-polarization in its radius. The properties of the coherence Poincaré sphere in the cases of uniform/non-uniform, complete/partial polarization are discussed separately. The numerical examples illustrating the sphere's application to the known partially coherent electromagnetic beams are provided.

May 31, 2022 06:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Olga Korotkova
Professor of Physics @University of Miami, FL
Olga Korotkova (OK) has received her B.S. in Mathematics from Samara State University, Russia (1999), and M.S. (2002), Ph. D. (2003) in Applied Mathematics from the University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL. She is the Full Professor of Physics at the University of Miami, FL. OK’s research interests are in classical statistical optics, as well as in environmental and biological optics. She has published 2 monographs and 225 peer-reviewed papers on these subjects. OK currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the J. Opt. Soc. Am A. She is a Fellow of Optica (formerly OSA).