Columbia University Graduate Engineering Distance Learning
ELEN E4193 Modern Display Science & Technology

   ELEN E4193 Modern Display Science & Technology

Course Description: Introduction to modern display systems in an engineering context. The basis for visual perception, image representation, color space, metrics of illumination. Physics of luminescence, propagation and manipulation of light in anisotropic media, emissive displays, and spatial light modulators. Fundamentals of display addressing, the Alt-Pleshko theorem, multiple line addressing. Large area electronics, fabrication, and device integration of commercially important display types. A series of short laboratories will reinforce material from the lectures.
Faculty/Manager: Ioannis Kymissis
Contact Information: Ioannis Kymissis
office phone: 212 854 4023
email: johnkym@ee.columbia.edu
Credits for Course:3
Viewing Schedule: 2 lectures per week
Prerequisites:Linear algebra, differential equations, and basic semiconductor physics.

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