**IVP210H1S**

**Holography for 3D Visualization **

**Professor Emanuel Istrate**

**Lecture:** T 9-11 **Practical:** T 4-7; R 9-12

This course teaches both the art and the science of holography to students from a very broad set of backgrounds. There are no prerequisites and no prior knowledge in any area is expected. However, students are expected to spend effort on both the scientific and artistic aspects of holography. The work requires producing maquettes or other physical models, as well as producing digital 3D graphics. Both of these are necessary for the production of holograms, and students need to explore on their own methods for producing these models.

This course falls within the high-impact practice course category.

**Admission is by application. Deadline: August 7, 2019. **

**Beyond this date, further applications will be considered based on availability until the start of the course.**

**Exclusion:** JOP210H1

**Distribution Requirement Status:** This is a Science course

**Breadth Requirement:** The Physical and Mathematical Universes (5)

**NOTE:** Students should choose one of two Practicum Sections, either on Tuesdays from 4 to 7 pm or on Thursdays from 9 am to noon. These times will be used for 4 teaching sessions in the holography lab (12 hours in total), and an additional 2 or 3 classroom sessions discussing the artistic aspects of the holography projects that students need to complete.