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APL Photonics

APL Photonics Publishing fundamental and applied photonics research across multiple disciplines The name APL Photonics is about values and community. “APL” stands for the values we share with our parent (Applied Physics Letters) and sister (APL Materials) journals - promoting significant advances and novel understandings in our fields through research reports that are driven forward by peer-review.

As a new, open access journal for the photonics community, APL Photonics expands on these values and is the home for fundamental and applied multidisciplinary research anchored in photonics, and the platform for next-generation innovations in the field. In response to the diverse community and its communication needs the Journal features Articles, Letters, and Special content – specifically Invite

As a new, open access journal for the photonics community, APL Photonics expands on these values and is the home for fundamental and applied multidisciplinary research anchored in photonics, and the platform for next-generation innovations in the field. In response to the diverse community and its communication needs the Journal features Articles, Letters, and Special content – specifically Invite

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03/23/2022

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03/21/2022

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Applications for the #APLPhotonics Early Career Advisory Board are now being accepted through April 30. Visit aip.scitation.org/app/info/eceab for more information

Understanding the properties of hybrid plasmonic nanostructures under optical and electron-beam excitation is essential ...
01/12/2022
Near-field imaging of plasmonic nanopatch antennas with integrated semiconductor quantum dots

Understanding the properties of hybrid plasmonic nanostructures under optical and electron-beam excitation is essential to understanding the next generation of nanophotonic devices.

Plasmonic nanopatch antennas that incorporate dielectric gaps hundreds of picometers to several nanometers thick have drawn increasing attention over the past decade because they confine electromag...

A miniature near-infrared achromatic metalens enables high-resolution coherent Raman scattering endoscopic imaging for e...
01/11/2022
Coherent Raman scattering imaging with a near-infrared achromatic metalens

A miniature near-infrared achromatic metalens enables high-resolution coherent Raman scattering endoscopic imaging for emerging in-vivo and label-free diagnosis. Boston University Washington, DC Programs

Miniature handheld imaging devices and endoscopes based on coherent Raman scattering are promising for label-free in vivo optical diagnosis. Toward the development of these small-scale systems, a c...

Broadband integrated optics offer an all-silicon micro-scale platform for terahertz waves. This turns bulky, manually-al...
01/10/2022
Dielectric slot-coupled half-Maxwell fisheye lens as octave-bandwidth beam expander for terahertz-range applications

Broadband integrated optics offer an all-silicon micro-scale platform for terahertz waves. This turns bulky, manually-aligned optics-table setups into compact, mass-producible terahertz systems. Osaka University

We present a paradigm for integrated photonic devices based on broadband slab-confined collimated beams that are launched with half-Maxwell fisheye lenses. Although it is challenging to match to th...

Read this review for the state-of-the-art and the future of optical methods enabling rapid, non-destructive, high-throug...
01/09/2022
Optical methods for bacterial detection and characterization

Read this review for the state-of-the-art and the future of optical methods enabling rapid, non-destructive, high-throughput enumeration and characterisation of bacteria. @UoAPhysics

Rapid identification and enumeration of bacteria are critical, given the surge of antibiotic-resistance, global exchange of food products, and the use of bacteria for bioremediation, pharmaceutical...

Understanding how temperature fluctuations impact optical forces in optomechanics has been a long-time sought research t...
01/08/2022
Accurate modeling and characterization of photothermal forces in optomechanics

Understanding how temperature fluctuations impact optical forces in optomechanics has been a long-time sought research topic. How can thermal modal description help in this situation? Let's find out!

Photothermal effects have been pointed out as prominent sources of forces in optomechanical systems, competing with the standard radiation pressure interactions. In this article, we derive a novel ...

10/26/2021
Intro of the APP ECEAB members

Meet some of the members of the 2021 APL Photonics Early Career Editorial Advisory Board and learn what they are working on.

Our new numerical method can compute the transition rates of any quantum emitter in any photonic environment, beyond the...
09/02/2021
Strong multipolar transition enhancement with graphene nanoislands

Our new numerical method can compute the transition rates of any quantum emitter in any photonic environment, beyond the point-dipole approximation. We show that quadrupolar rates dominate dipolar rates close to graphene nanoislands.

For a long time, the point-dipole model was a central and natural approximation in the field of photonics. This approach assumes that the wavelength is much larger than the size of the emitting ato...

Our latest work shows that plasma accelerators can generate ultra-short X-rays with unprecedented high power, dramatical...
08/31/2021
Terawatt attosecond x-ray source driven by a plasma accelerator

Our latest work shows that plasma accelerators can generate ultra-short X-rays with unprecedented high power, dramatically enhancing our understanding of ultrafast electron motion and having a broad impact across scientific fields.
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Plasma accelerators can generate ultra-high-brightness electron beams that open the door to light sources with a smaller physical footprint and properties un-achievable with conventional accelerato...

This tutorial provides a pedagogical introduction to synthetic frequency dimensions in modulated ring resonators, inspir...
08/30/2021
Synthetic frequency dimensions in dynamically modulated ring resonators

This tutorial provides a pedagogical introduction to synthetic frequency dimensions in modulated ring resonators, inspiring discussions on their use in fundamental physics and practical applications.

The concept of synthetic dimensions in photonics has attracted rapidly growing interest in the past few years. Among a variety of photonic systems, the ring resonator system under dynamic modulatio...

Our tutorial describes methods to achieve ultra-high Q resonators and outlines state-of-the-art microfabrication recipes...
08/25/2021
Methods to achieve ultra-high quality factor silicon nitride resonators

Our tutorial describes methods to achieve ultra-high Q resonators and outlines state-of-the-art microfabrication recipes. You will also find summaries of work to date on LPCVD Si3N4 resonators.

On-chip resonators are promising candidates for applications in a wide range of integrated photonic fields, such as communications, spectroscopy, biosensing, and optical filters, due to their compa...

08/04/2021

We miss seeing everyone at #SPIEOpticsPhotonics and celebrating the 2020 Journal Impact Factor of #APLPhotonics. Watch Professor Ben Eggleton share the exciting news!

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07/21/2021

Did you see Professor Ben Eggleton talk about the 2020 Journal Impact Factor of #APLPhotonics? Watch it here!

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07/07/2021

Professor Ben Eggleton shares his excitement of the recently announced 2020 Journal Impact Factor of #APLPhotonics

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We are pleased to share that APL Photonics' Journal Impact Factor has increased by 16.6% this year to 5.672! Thank you t...
06/30/2021

We are pleased to share that APL Photonics' Journal Impact Factor has increased by 16.6% this year to 5.672! Thank you to all of the authors, reviewers, and editors who have contributed to the growth of our impact factor for the 2nd year in a row. http://ow.ly/9uVG30rMp0U #JCR2021

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Energy transfer between distinct optical modes with different symmetries is demonstrated in photonic crystal fibers via ...
05/05/2021
Intermodal Brillouin scattering in solid-core photonic crystal fibers

Energy transfer between distinct optical modes with different symmetries is demonstrated in photonic crystal fibers via forward Brillouin scattering, allowing novel mode-dependent applications.

We investigate intermodal forward Brillouin scattering in a solid-core photonic crystal fiber (PCF), demonstrating efficient power conversion between the H**1 and HE21 modes, with a maximum gain co...

Far-field imaging via a minimally-invasive multimode fibre endoscope brings holographic endoscopy one step closer to cli...
04/30/2021
Observing distant objects with a multimode fiber-based holographic endoscope

Far-field imaging via a minimally-invasive multimode fibre endoscope brings holographic endoscopy one step closer to clinical and diagnostics applications.

Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien

Holographic wavefront manipulation enables converting hair-thin multimode optical fibers into minimally invasive lensless imaging instruments conveying much higher information densities than conven...

Record high collection efficiency of directional photons at room temperature was demonstrated by accurately placing sing...
04/27/2021
Single photon sources with near unity collection efficiencies by deterministic placement of quantum dots in nanoantennas

Record high collection efficiency of directional photons at room temperature was demonstrated by accurately placing single broadband quantum dots in hybrid bullseye antennas using dip-pen lithography.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Los Alamos National Laboratory
The University of Texas at Dallas

Deterministic coupling between photonic nodes in a quantum network is an essential step toward implementing various quantum technologies. The omnidirectionality of free-standing emitters, however, ...

Researchers VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have demonstrated for the first time nanothermoelectric infrared se...
04/14/2021
Nano-thermoelectric infrared bolometers

Researchers VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have demonstrated for the first time nanothermoelectric infrared sensors – scalable and high performance photodetector technology that uses silicon nano-membranes.

Infrared (IR) radiation detectors are used in numerous applications from thermal imaging to spectroscopic gas sensing. Obtaining high speed and sensitivity, low-power operation, and cost-effectiven...

A numerical and experimental study of one-dimensional quantum walks in presence of a synthetic electric field reveals th...
04/13/2021
Bloch–Landau–Zener dynamics induced by a synthetic field in a photonic quantum walk

A numerical and experimental study of one-dimensional quantum walks in presence of a synthetic electric field reveals the interplay between Bloch oscillations and Landau-Zener tunnelings in Floquet dynamics.

uOttawa
Unina News
ICFO
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC

Quantum walks are processes that model dynamics in coherent systems. Their experimental implementations proved to be key to unveiling novel phenomena in Floquet topological insulators. Here, we rea...

Hybrid integration of octave-spanning microresonator frequency combs will diversify applications of precision timing sig...
04/09/2021
Hybrid InP and SiN integration of an octave-spanning frequency comb

Hybrid integration of octave-spanning microresonator frequency combs will diversify applications of precision timing signals. We report electrically pumped and fiber-packaged systems, enabled by self-injection locking.

National Institute of Standards and Technology
UC Santa Barbara

Implementing optical-frequency combs with integrated photonics will enable wider use of precision timing signals. Here, we explore the generation of an octave-span, Kerr-microresonator frequency co...

New method for mid infrared frequency comb generation featuring free tuning of offset frequency and repetition rate comb...
04/01/2021
Simple method for mid-infrared optical frequency comb generation with dynamic offset frequency tuning

New method for mid infrared frequency comb generation featuring free tuning of offset frequency and repetition rate combined with high output power and low intensity noise.

University of Helsinki

We present a simple method for fully stabilized mid-infrared optical frequency comb generation based on single-pass femtosecond optical parametric generation that is seeded by a continuous-wave las...

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✨ Mit Terahertzstrahlen verborgene Objekte erkennen 📦 Ein selbstlernendes System erkennt Objekte. Dafür ist keine Kamera nötig, sondern nur noch ein einziger Strahlensensor. Verblüffende Experimente dazu liefert ein Forschungsteam vom Institut für Photonik der TU Wien. Die überraschende wissenschaftliche Leistung wurde nun im Fachjournal APL Photonics präsentiert. Bild: Versuchsaufbau an der TU Wien Mehr erfahren: https://www.tuwien.at/tu-wien/aktuelles/presseaussendungen/news/verborgene-objekte-erkennen-mit-terahertzstrahlen #machinelearning #photonik #terahertzstrahlen
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This was an important paper for us! Probably the most BASIC aspect of light we work on in the Light Matter Lab at IISER Kolkata. Congrats and great job Debapriya Pal, Nirmalya Ghosh and Subhasish Dutta Gupta! Let's set the bar even higher, right Ramnandan Singh and Yatish? Subhro Ghosh Roshan Tiwari Avijit Kundu Souvik Sil Anita Pahi Raunak Dey Shuvojit Paul Basudev Roy
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A team at NIST sent ultraprecise time and frequency signals across 28 kilometers of turbulent air between three locations or nodes. It’s the first successful experiment of its kind, with one of the nodes out in the field for the first time (sheltered in the uninsulated wooden trailer shown here) across the longest-range operation using eye-safe laser light. The network performance was good enough to support state-of-the-art atomic clocks, a step toward future airborne or space-borne systems. Optical clock networks such as this one can help meet the criteria for redefinition of time in the metric system, aid the search for mysterious dark matter, enable tests of Einstein’s theories of relativity and probe the Earth’s gravitational shape. Find the full details on this advance in timekeeping in APL Photonics: https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/5.0010704
Read from APL Photonics' Special Topic: Hybrid Integration beyond Silicon Photonics.
Read from APL Photonics's Special Topic: Hybrid Integration beyond Silicon Photonics.
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Read from APL Photonics' Special Topic: Hybrid Integration beyond Silicon Photonics!
Read from APL Photonics' Special Topic: Hybrid Integration beyond Silicon Photonics.
Our recent work on waveguide-integrated MoSi superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors is now published with AIP Publishing in APL Photonics. Check it out at https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/5.0004677
Read from APL Photonics' Special Topic: Hybrid Integration beyond Silicon Photonics!