This month, OPN helps mark The Optical Society’s 100th anniversary with articles providing both a glimpse ahead and a look back.
Demetri Psaltis and Christophe Moser
Progress in addressing image distortion could pave the way for a new generation of extremely thin, high-resolution endoscopes for biomedicine.
Richard Soref, Dan Buca and Shui-Qing Yu
Use of group IV element alloys in chip-scale lasers, detectors and other active devices could enable truly monolithic manufacture of optoelectronic ICs in existing CMOS foundries.
The demands of World War I transformed the optical-glass industries of the Allied countries from small-scale, trial-and-error crafts to volume enterprises informed by science.
Patricia Daukantas, Valerie C. Coffey, Sarah Michaud and Stewart Wills
J. Christopher Dainty
Yves Dzialowski and Mark Itzler
Report: Rapid Transceiver Market Growth Ahead
Mid-IR 3D Imaging with an Ordinary CCD Camera
“Spiked” Semiconductors for Clean Hydrogen Production