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2022
Volume: 1 Issue 1
7 Article(s)

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Editorials
Birth of a new baby: Photonics Insights
Lei Zhou, and Din Ping Tsai
Photonics Insights
  • Publication Date: Aug. 03, 2022
  • Vol. 1 Issue 1 E01 (2022)
Commentaries
Information metasurfaces and intelligent metasurfaces
Shuming Wang, and Shining Zhu
Photonics Insights
  • Publication Date: Aug. 03, 2022
  • Vol. 1 Issue 1 C01 (2022)
Liquid light at room temperature
Alexey Kavokin
Photonics Insights
  • Publication Date: Aug. 03, 2022
  • Vol. 1 Issue 1 C02 (2022)
Reviews
Information metasurfaces and intelligent metasurfaces
Qian Ma, Che Liu, Qiang Xiao, Ze Gu, Xinxin Gao, Lianlin Li, and Tie Jun Cui
Metamaterials and metasurfaces have inspired worldwide interest in the recent two decades due to their extraordinary performance in controlling material parameters and electromagnetic properties. However, most studies on metamaterials and metasurfaces are focused on manipulations of electromagnetic fields and waves, be
Photonics Insights
  • Publication Date: Aug. 03, 2022
  • Vol. 1 Issue 1 R01 (2022)
Topological photonics in metamaterials
Shaojie Ma, Biao Yang, and Shuang Zhang
Photonics Insights
  • Publication Date: Aug. 03, 2022
  • Vol. 1 Issue 1 R02 (2022)
Classical and generalized geometric phase in electromagnetic metasurfaces
Yinghui Guo, Mingbo Pu, Fei Zhang, Mingfeng Xu, Xiong Li, Xiaoliang Ma, and Xiangang Luo
Photonics Insights
  • Publication Date: Aug. 03, 2022
  • Vol. 1 Issue 1 R03 (2022)
Microcavity exciton polaritons at room temperature | On the Cover
Sanjib Ghosh, Rui Su, Jiaxin Zhao, Antonio Fieramosca, Jinqi Wu, Tengfei Li, Qing Zhang, Feng Li, Zhanghai Chen, Timothy Liew, Daniele Sanvitto, and Qihua Xiong
Photonics Insights
  • Publication Date: Aug. 03, 2022
  • Vol. 1 Issue 1 R04 (2022)

About the Cover

Microcavity exciton polaritons emerge from the strong interaction between light and matter in an optical microcavity where a thin semiconductor layer is sandwiched by two high reflectivity mirrors. Until now these systems are mostly operated at extremely low temperatures. Recently, the rise of room temperature exciton polaritons in new types of microcavities holds the promise of realizing optical and quantum optical technologies in ambient conditions.