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.

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 HE11 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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Optical correlation measurements catch interference in coherent light from a Young’s double-slit interferometer system.

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Optical object recognition algorithm spatially modulates radiation to identify the shape of hidden materials.

12/11/2020

Thank you to all speakers, chairs, and attendees who participated in the COVID-19 & Photonics Virtual Symposium. In case you were unable to attend, the recording of the event is available to watch here: https://www.underline.io/events/65/main-stage

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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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