
PROFESSIONAL MODULE Plan: ИНТЭЛ_67_12.03.03_2019_1КУРС_Б19401.plm 
Department: 11 Discipline: Automated Measurement and Control Systems 
The course is an integral part of the preparation of the physistexperimenter. We study the principles and the standards to the construction of automated measurement and control systems, various types of transducers and interfaces, interfaces, measuring systems equipment, the work and principles of programming a personal computer and its individual components, structure and operation of microprocessors, advanced development tools and operating automated measurement and control systems, methodical and metrological characteristics of development and operation of automated measurement and control systems in relation to the systems and means of nuclearphysical experiment 
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Department: 67 Discipline: Computer modeling in Photonics 
Many problems of Photonics do not allow analytical solutions and require numerical calculations, often very timeconsuming. First of all, it concerns the definition of characteristics of real (rather than simplified model) physical systems. At the same time, any, even a very complex problem is reduced to solving a large number of relatively simple problems, such as the solution of a differential equation, the calculation of a certain integral, finding the sum of a number of other "elementary" problems is relatively small and amounts to several tens. The ability to solve them allows you to cope with much more difficult tasks related to different sections of Photonics. The course discusses the main numerical problems that are constantly faced by researchers working in the field of Photonics, which require the use of numerical algorithms for their solutions. Some problems include an element that complicates their trivial numerical solution (slow convergence, poor conditionality, etc.), which is often found in real problems. It is assumed that each student to some extent knows at least one of the programming languages. In the process of solving problems programming skills are improved, which allows to achieve a sufficiently high level sufficient for scientific work or applied developments. 
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Department: 37 Discipline: Optical methods of information processing 
The course examines modern physical methods of information processing means photonics. The physical conditions and limitations of highspeed and parallelism in the preparation, transmission, processing and display optical systems. Sets out the main input methods, conversion, registration and storage of information in the optical channel by means of solidstate physics. We give a description of the information of the optical signal and optical systems. Prospective analyzes, including those based on new physical principles, design of diffractive opticaldigital information processing devices. 
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Department: 70 Discipline: Photonics 
The base principles of the quantum amplifiers and oscillators, the coherent interaction of the light with resonant matter are discussed. 
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Department: 37 Discipline: Workshop on computer modeling in optics 
The course examines the principles of designing optical systems using a software package ZEMAX, as well as the basic concepts and characteristics of optical systems. Training objectives of the course. Formation of practical skills of designing optical systems using modern software. The main objective of the course is the development of the principles of designing optical systems using a software package Zemax.

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