P.B. Corkum and Zenghu Chang
After years of exploration, researchers have discovered that pushing the limits of nonlinear
optics allows them to produce ultra-short XUV laser pulses.
Scientists predict that this last round of repairs will finally allow astronomers to realize the full potential of the orbiting telescope.
Valerio Annovazzi-Lodi, Apostolos Argyris, Mauro Benedetti, Michael Hamacher, Sabina Merlo and Dimitris Syvridis
Microspiral resonators allow for unidirectional lasing and the direct coupling of light to the device’s microcavity—two characteristics that aren’t possible with conventional microresonators.
Hongwen Ren, Su Xu, Yeong-Jyh Lin and Shin-Tson Wu
Researchers have recently demonstrated various approaches for constructing practical, compact adaptive-focus lenses. This article summarizes the advantages and drawbacks of each.
Andrew W. Poon, Xianshu Luo, Hui Chen, Gustavo E. Fernandes and Richard K. Chang
These authors describe a unique approach to safeguarding data transmission over the
Internet—by embedding messages within optical chaos.
Carissa Say and Richard Young
Manuel Servin and Zacarias Malacara
John N. Howard
Deep Learning Boosts Microscope’s Speed
Particle Detectors: Fundamentals and Applications
Adaptive Optics Spurs Record Laser Intensity