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Optics engineer. Industrial Sector: Optics development for safety systems.

2010 Physics diplom degree in Germany, Stuttgart. J. Wrachtrup and F. Jelezko. 3rd physics institute and research center SCOPE.


15h
comment Why don't the kinematic equations agree with calculating velocity one second at a time?
Welcome to Physics SE. This site features MathJax/LaTeX. It's easy to use. Click the edit button on your post to see how your equations are expressed in TeX.
23h
comment Double-slit expirement fundamentals (half-silvered mirror version)
Welcome to Physics SE! Why do you think interference is the cause? Is there a light path to CAM 2/B using geometric optics?
1d
comment Fraunhofer Diffraction using lenses
possible duplicate of Diffraction by a lens
Apr
9
comment How many gas centrifuges are needed to build two small nuke within a year?
possible duplicate of On the theoretical aspects of the development of the first nuclear bombs
Apr
2
comment Weird resistor patterns
Welcome to Physics SE! This question might find a new home at electric engineering?
Feb
3
comment Finding out the minimum deviation angle
possible duplicate of Analytic solution for angle of minimum deviation?
Dec
31
comment Lenses and wave optics?
+1 for this concise answer highlighting the main idea.
Dec
28
comment Was Jupiter's mass “guessed at” by Kepler or Galileo?
+1 Thanks for this concise and well written answer. Mathemetics is the key :)
Dec
27
comment How does light pass through rough glass?
Welcome to Physics SE with this great question! Now you can upvote and mark an answer as helpful.
Nov
3
comment Explanation of photon reflection
possible duplicate of How does reflection work?
Oct
22
comment Principle of Reflection on atomic level
The described phenomen may happen. For college physics knowledge consider reading and asking about phonons. Further questions demand an extra question here on Physics SE.
Oct
22
comment Principle of Reflection on atomic level
What possibilites of energy loss does an electron have? This question is pretty advanced stuff for highschool level. No Attenuation in this picture means it does not loose energy through lattice vibrations or radiation.
Sep
21
comment Why are most metals gray/silver?
This answer explains reflection. However there is no evidence, what physical phenomenon causes the color. -1
Jul
31
comment force applied not on the center of mass
Welcome to Physics SE!
Jul
27
comment Why are most metals gray/silver?
@Chris White Done. Dieelectric constant now depends on density of electrons $n_e$.
Jul
18
comment Understanding a paper: What is the meaning of $b_0$?
You are correct. I had to write (23). This was my first thought.
Jul
18
comment Understanding a paper: What is the meaning of $b_0$?
Linear algebra, since equation (23) is of form $$\bf{\xi}=M\quad\bf{b^j}$$Take inverse $M^{-1}$
Jun
24
comment Laser action on one side mirrors (half silvered) and prisms
Yes, if the ray is perpendicular to the mirror.
Jun
22
comment Art : A Particular Mirror
Video not available anymore. (Germany)
Jun
8
comment Intuitive meaning of factor 2 in formula of vertical throw max height $h=v^2/2g$
Welcome to Physics SE! Nice first post.