New research lays out the future of a pioneering form of electromagnetic imaging.
Tuneable micro-structured surfaces could overcome the limitations of current unchangeable components that result in “static” optical devices.
Scientists have found a way to reveal forbidden colors of light through a new physical effect.
Steady progress turns multi-wavelength quantum cascade laser arrays into a powerful versatile source for next-generation spectroscopy and stand-off detection systems.
Optical metasurfaces offer a wealth of useful functionalities. Their nonlinear effects can be enhanced with the help of metasurface engineering.
Chinese scientists have given an overview on the principle of different types of narrowband EM absorbers.
Optical frequency comb technology for ultra-broadband radio-frequency photonics.
A novel ultra-black broadband absorber concept based on a needle-like silicon nanostructure has been developed by Jena researchers.
A new approach to control light with light without the need for optical nonlinearity has been suggested by a Russian-British research group.
Laser & Photonics Reviews has a new look! The first issue with new cover pages making full use of background covering pictures was released this month.