Special Issue for Micro/Nanophotonics
Dynamically Tunable Optical Materials and Devices Based on Phase Transition of Vanadium Dioxide(Invited)
Acta Photonica Sinica
  • Jun. 28, 2022
  • Vol. 51, Issue 5 (2022)
[in Chinese]
Zhiyuan Li, and Haiqing Song
Acta Photonica Sinica
  • Jun. 28, 2022
  • Vol. 51, Issue 5 (2022)
Special Issue for Micro/Nanophotonics
Research on a Bragg Rotation Mechanism of X-ray Monochromators with a Nanoradian Resolution
Mengting LIU, Weizheng LEI, Li SONG, Siyu XIA, Liangjie FENG, Xiaohao DONG, and Jie WANG
Acta Photonica Sinica
  • Jun. 28, 2022
  • Vol. 51, Issue 5 (2022)
Special Issue for Micro/Nanophotonics
Fabrication of Hybrid Micro-nano Structures Based on Plasma Treatment and Its Light Extraction Performances for OLED
Deming HONG, Guixiong CHEN, Wenwen WANG, Jinwei ZHAO, Xiongtu ZHOU, Yongai ZHANG, Chaoxing WU, and Tailiang GUO
Acta Photonica Sinica
  • Jun. 28, 2022
  • Vol. 51, Issue 5 (2022)
Special Issue for Micro/Nanophotonics
Research on the Micro Optical Fiber Fabry-Perot Ultra-low Temperature Pressure Sensor
Acta Photonica Sinica
  • Jun. 28, 2022
  • Vol. 51, Issue 5 (2022)
Editors' Picks
Quantum optical coherence tomography (QOCT) was proposed some time ago as a highly promising alternative to its classical counterpart for obtaining morphological information of semi-transparent, e.g. biological, samples. In particular, since the time when QOCT was first proposed two key advantages were identified with respect to an equivalent classical system: even-order dispersion cancellation in the sample under study, as well as a factor-of-two improvement in axial resolution. However, the low-flux nature of photon pair sources and the resulting long times of data acquisition, have severely limited the practical applicability of QOCT. Our present work aims to overcome some of these limitations through the implementation of a Fourier domain version of the technique which eliminates the need for axial scanning.
Acta Photonica Sinica
  • Sep. 10, 2020
  • Vol. 8, Issue 6 (2020)