Ultrafast Optics
All-optical sampling of few-cycle infrared pulses using tunneling in a solid
Yangyang Liu, Shima Gholam-Mirzaei, John E. Beetar, Jonathan Nesper, Ahmed Yousif, M. Nrisimhamurty, and Michael Chini
Photonics Research
  • May. 13, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 6 (2021)
Fiber Optics and Optical Communications
Characterization of dynamic distortion in LED light output for optical wireless communications
Anton Alexeev, Jean-Paul M. G. Linnartz, Kumar Arulandu, and Xiong Deng
Photonics Research
  • May. 13, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 6 (2021)
Optical and Photonic Materials
Theoretical study on residual infrared absorption of Ti:sapphire laser crystals
Qiaorui Gong, Chengchun Zhao, Yilun Yang, Qiannan Fang, Shanming Li, Min Xu, and Yin Hang
Photonics Research
  • May. 07, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 6 (2021)
Imaging Systems, Microscopy, and Displays
Single-sweep volumetric optoacoustic tomography of whole mice
Sandeep Kumar Kalva, Xose Luis Dean-Ben, and Daniel Razansky
Photonics Research
  • May. 07, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 6 (2021)
DEEP LEARNING IN PHOTONICS
Accurate inverse design of Fabry–Perot-cavity-based color filters far beyond sRGB via a bidirectional artificial neural network
Peng Dai, Yasi Wang, Yueqiang Hu, C. H. de Groot, Otto Muskens, Huigao Duan, and Ruomeng Huang
Photonics Research
  • May. 07, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 5 (2021)
Editors' Picks
Promoted by enthusiasm for future massive data processing by photons in parallel architectures, spatial light modulators (SLMs) were invented half a century ago. With the help of external control signals, such devices can manipulate light by modulating its amplitude, phase or polarization both spatially and temporally at will, which enables encoding information into an optical wavefront.
Photonics Research
  • May. 11, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 4 (2021)
Editors' Picks
Polarization state, as one of the important properties of light, is widely used in many fields, such as satellite remote sensing, astronomy, polarization imaging, chemical analysis, and biomedical diagnosis. The traditional polarization measurement methods need to rotate the optical components several times to obtain multiple images of different polarization components of the target, so it is impossible to get real-time polarization information of the dynamic target.
Photonics Research
  • May. 06, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 4 (2021)
On the Cover
Optical pulses are essential ingredients in the deployment of imaging systems, precision manufacturing and high-speed communications. The ability to manipulate their properties, including their spectral bandwidth is therefore an important function.
Photonics Research
  • Apr. 27, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 4 (2021)
Spotlight on Optics
Understanding matter—a collection of many interacting constituents, such as atoms and electrons, which is a major endeavor in physics. Discoveries of topological insulator and quantum Hall effect have boosted the exploration of novel topological phases of matters. It provides both fascinating physics and exciting opportunities for devices.
Photonics Research
  • Apr. 22, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 1 (2021)