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Course# MICRO-321: Optical engineering

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Ce cours présente différentes facettes de l'optique moderne et met à la fois l'accent sur des bases rigoureuses et des applications pratiques. Le cours inclut une partie théorique avec un cours et des exercices, ainsi qu'une partie expérimentale avec des travaux pratiques.

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