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 Invited Articles, Perspectives, Tutorials and Special Topic sections. – see the guide for authors for details on the different article types: https://publishing.aip.org/authors/journal-guidelines. Covered topics include: Light sources Nonlinear optics Optoelectronics Nanophotonics Plasmonics Biophotonics and biomedical optics Ultrafast photonics Optical communications Quantum photonics Optical imaging Photovoltaics Guided wave optics Sensors Terahertz Manuscripts that focus on mathematical and computational problems only marginally related to photonics are not suitable for publication in APL Photonics. Similarly, papers focused on incremental technical advances, engineering applications, or materials science are outside the journal’s scope.

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By combining measurements that determine strain differently, the multipronged approach can lower noise contributions and determine the source and magnitude of strain with improved precision.

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Researchers gather spatially localized feedback (SLF) via self-assembled crack sidewalls made of biomaterials and generate directional random laser emissions due to the diffuse reflection by these sidewalls.

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Silicon-based integrated photonic device harnesses acousto-optic interactions to achieve a narrowband, tunable, and multi-pole filter for future signal processing systems.

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An alternative method of light stopping with applications for optical signal storage that utilizes a refractive index perturbation moving along a waveguide.

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Investigators demonstrate acousto-optics in lithium niobate films on sapphire with bright prospects for monolithic piezoelectric and photonic circuits and systems.

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An integrated interferometer system uses refractive index changes to sense gas on the order of parts per billion.

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A quantum well diode laser optical frequency comb is used to perform dual-comb spectroscopy measurements in the 2 μm wavelength region with 50 mW of optical power.

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A nanolaser modulation technique uses mode-field switching to successfully control stimulated emission, potentially enabling high-speed modulation for future applications.

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