TracePro Winter Training – February 5 – 7th, 2020 – Cologne, Germany
This three-day course, with three separate sessions, provides detailed introductory and advanced uses of TracePro for engineers and scientists who wish to model and analyze the interaction of light with optomechanical systems.
Featured Session: Day 3
- Introduction to the TracePro Interactive Optimizer
- Principles of optimization
- Creating geometry in the optimizer
- Defining variables
- Defining optimization operands or goals
This course introduces students to the Interactive Optimizer in TracePro. We will discuss the theory and operation of the optimizer in TracePro. We will also cover setting up an optimization as well as the parameters necessary for this process. Numerous examples will be used throughout the day, including lenses, reflectors, and light guides. After this course, students will have a good working knowledge of the optimizer and be able to apply it to their own applications and problems. TracePro 101 or a good working knowledge of TracePro should be considered a prerequisite for this course.
Venue and Amenities
Each trainee will be provided with their own PC. Classes will be held from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm each day. Training will be held at the University of Cologne, Germany. Directions will be provided on request. Tuition includes all materials, individual use of a computer, and lunch. Please notify your sales representative if you have any food allergies or require a vegan or vegetarian lunch. We will do our best to accommodate your request. Tuition must be paid in full prior to attendance.