The Fields and Optics Area

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September 19, 2013

The Fields and Optics Area

Dimitrios
Peroulis


Professor

Electrical and Computer Engineering, Birck Nanotechnology
Center

Center for Electronics Defense Systems, Director

Purdue University


Tel: 765 494 3491


dperouli@purdue.edu

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Voyager: The Beginning

http://www.universetoday.com/104729/10
-
historic
-
moments
-
in
-
voyagers
-
journey
-
to
-
interstellar
-
space/

Voyager 1 launches from the Kennedy
Space Center on Sept. 5, 1977
.

T
he
Voyager spacecraft have been on an
extensive mission of discovery that has
lasted some 36 years
.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=LIAZWb9_si4

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Voyager: Communication with the Earth

http://
deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsn/antennas/34m.html

34
-
Meter Beam Waveguide (BWG) Antennas

34
-
Meter High
-
Efficiency
(HEF) Antenna


Voyager 1 is currently about 12 billion miles away from us.



It takes over 17 hours for its signal to reach the earth.



Its antenna is 3.7 meters in diameter.



“Seeing” its antenna is like seeing a human cell on the moon!

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Voyager and Cell
P
hone

Voyager

Cell Phone

Designed

1970s

2010s

Minimum

power

< 1aW

< 100
fW

Receiver

temp.

<10K

120F

Receiver antenna

100

ft.

<2

in

Receiver location

Ultra

quiet

Middle

of city

Cost

$360M

Nearly free

Built

2

>3,000,000/day

5

Generate, Control,
and Direct Waves

6

Frequency Spectrum (1): RF/Wireless

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Frequency Spectrum (2): Optics

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FO Professors Alphabetically

1.
Peter
Bermel


2.
Alexandra Boltasseva

3.
William Chappell (on leave
)

4.
Chin Lin Chen (retired)

5.
Supriyo

Data

6.
Daniel Elliott

7.
Okan

Ersoy

8.
Eric
Furgason

9.
David
Janes

10.
Dan Jiao

11.
Byunghoo Jung


Electromagnetics, Radio Electronics

Optics

Affiliated with FO

11.
Gerhard
Klimech

12.
Evgenii

Narimanov

13.
John
Neynhuis

14.
Dimitrios Peroulis

15.
Minghao Qi

16.
Vladimir
Shalaev

17.
Kevin Webb

18.
Andrew Weiner

19.
Xianfan
Xun


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Purdue: Leader for > 130 years in FO

1890

1892: Reginald Fessenden Becomes Purdue Head of Electrical Engineering

1892: Reginald Fessenden Helps Light The Chicago World’s Fair
using AC

1906: Reginald Fessenden broadcasts first audio
radio broadcast

1927: First Police Radio by Purdue Sophomore:
Robert
Batts

1952: Edward Purcell Wins Nobel Prize for Nuclear
Magnetic Meas. using microwave signals.

1940’s : Edward Purcell Leads Development Group for
Radar at MIT Rad Lab


1933’s: Edward Purcell gets EE degree at Purdue

1931: Purdue Creates First Electronic
Television Receiver

2000

10

Purdue Courses

Undergraduate



ECE 311: Electric and Magnetic Fields


ECE 307: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
Laboratory


ECE 412: Introduction to Engineering Optics


ECE 415: Electro
-

And Fiber Optics
Laboratory


ECE 441: Distributed Parameter Systems


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Purdue Courses

Graduate



ECE 513: Diffraction, Fourier Optics and
Imaging


ECE 552: Introduction to
Lasers


ECE 604: Electromagnetic Field
Theory


ECE 614: Integrated & Fiber Optics


ECE 615: Nonlinear Optics


ECE 616: Ultrafast Optics


ECE 617: Antennas: Design and Applications


ECE 618: Numerical Electromagnetics


ECE 678: Radar Engineering


ECE 595C: RF and Microwave Wireless Components


ECE 595R: RF MEMS for Intelligent Communication Systems


ECE 695: Advanced Electromagnetic Theory

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Employment Opportunities (just examples)

Commercial

Many start
-
ups and
m
any others

Defense

Research Labs

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Thank you!