© Studio Roosegaarde
Michael J. Escuti, Jihwan Kim and Michael W. Kudenov
Improved fabrication techniques are creating a new generation of gratings, lenses, and other elements that are physically thin and optically thick.
Before he dreamed up instant photography, OSA Honorary Member Edwin Land invented the first inexpensive synthetic polarizer. But that was only part of a larger mission.
Kari Apter and Belinda Acre
OSA is pleased to announce the 77 OSA members elected to the class of Fellows. A record 167 members were nominated in 2015 for their significant contributions to the advancement of optics and photonics.
Valerie C. Coffey, Patricia Daukantas, Sarah Michaud and Stewart Wills
“Spiked” Semiconductors for Clean Hydrogen Production
Self-Organized 3D Integrated Optical Interconnects
Tuning Quantum Light in Both Time and Space