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Quantum optics with X-rays

Latest Research

  • Article |

    The Pohang Accelerator Laboratory X-ray Free Electron Laser (PAL-XFEL) in South Korea has now entered operation with a timing jitter of just 20 fs.

    • Heung-Sik Kang
    • , Chang-Ki Min
    • , Hoon Heo
    • , Changbum Kim
    • , Haeryong Yang
    • , Gyujin Kim
    • , Inhyuk Nam
    • , Soung Youl Baek
    • , Hyo-Jin Choi
    • , Geonyeong Mun
    • , Byoung Ryul Park
    • , Young Jin Suh
    • , Dong Cheol Shin
    • , Jinyul Hu
    • , Juho Hong
    • , Seonghoon Jung
    • , Sang-Hee Kim
    • , KwangHoon Kim
    • , Donghyun Na
    • , Soung Soo Park
    • , Yong Jung Park
    • , Jang-Hui Han
    • , Young Gyu Jung
    • , Seong Hun Jeong
    • , Hong Gi Lee
    • , Sangbong Lee
    • , Sojeong Lee
    • , Woul-Woo Lee
    • , Bonggi Oh
    • , Hyung Suck Suh
    • , Yong Woon Parc
    • , Sung-Ju Park
    • , Min Ho Kim
    • , Nam-Suk Jung
    • , Young-Chan Kim
    • , Mong-Soo Lee
    • , Bong-Ho Lee
    • , Chi-Won Sung
    • , Ik-Su Mok
    • , Jung-Moo Yang
    • , Chae-Soon Lee
    • , Hocheol Shin
    • , Ji Hwa Kim
    • , Yongsam Kim
    • , Jae Hyuk Lee
    • , Sang-Youn Park
    • , Jangwoo Kim
    • , Jaeku Park
    • , Intae Eom
    • , Seungyu Rah
    • , Sunam Kim
    • , Ki Hyun Nam
    • , Jaehyun Park
    • , Jaehun Park
    • , Sangsoo Kim
    • , Soonam Kwon
    • , Sang Han Park
    • , Kyung Sook Kim
    • , Hyojung Hyun
    • , Seung Nam Kim
    • , Seonghan Kim
    • , Sun-min Hwang
    • , Myong Jin Kim
    • , Chae-yong Lim
    • , Chung-Jong Yu
    • , Bong-Soo Kim
    • , Tai-Hee Kang
    • , Kwang-Woo Kim
    • , Seung-Hwan Kim
    • , Hee-Seock Lee
    • , Heung-Soo Lee
    • , Ki-Hyeon Park
    • , Tae-Yeong Koo
    • , Dong-Eon Kim
    •  & In Soo Ko
  • Letter |

    Optical trapping of ions with a high level of isolation from the environment is achieved, opening a path to performing ultracold interactions of ions and atoms at previously inaccessible collision energies.

    • Alexander Lambrecht
    • , Julian Schmidt
    • , Pascal Weckesser
    • , Markus Debatin
    • , Leon Karpa
    •  & Tobias Schaetz
  • Article |

    One-dimensional non-diffracting sheets of light are achieved without exploiting nonlinearity. Such light sheets may be exploited in microscopy and sensing applications.

    • H. Esat Kondakci
    •  & Ayman F. Abouraddy
  • Article |

    An optical-based scheme for ultrasound sensing provides very high sensitivity with excellent broadband acoustic frequency response and wide directivity.

    • James A. Guggenheim
    • , Jing Li
    • , Thomas J. Allen
    • , Richard J. Colchester
    • , Sacha Noimark
    • , Olumide Ogunlade
    • , Ivan P. Parkin
    • , Ioannis Papakonstantinou
    • , Adrien E. Desjardins
    • , Edward Z. Zhang
    •  & Paul C. Beard
  • Article |

    Exploiting the peculiar properties of graphene, a series of high-performance glass-on-graphene devices, such as polarizers, thermo-optic switches and mid-infrared waveguide-integrated photodetectors and modulators are realized.

    • Hongtao Lin
    • , Yi Song
    • , Yizhong Huang
    • , Derek Kita
    • , Skylar Deckoff-Jones
    • , Kaiqi Wang
    • , Lan Li
    • , Junying Li
    • , Hanyu Zheng
    • , Zhengqian Luo
    • , Haozhe Wang
    • , Spencer Novak
    • , Anupama Yadav
    • , Chung-Che Huang
    • , Ren-Jye Shiue
    • , Dirk Englund
    • , Tian Gu
    • , Daniel Hewak
    • , Kathleen Richardson
    • , Jing Kong
    •  & Juejun Hu

News & Comment

  • News and Views |

    Optical trapping of ions is relatively new and has been limited to a few milliseconds so far. Now researchers have trapped a single barium ion for several seconds, putting experiments with ultracold atoms and ions within reach.

    • Dietrich Leibfried
  • News and Views |

    Diffraction-free light-sheet beams, strongly confined in one axis, are typically thought to self-bend during propagation in free space and cannot be made flat. Now, diffraction-free planar light sheets in air have been realized by exploiting polychromatic pulsed beams.

    • Juan José Sáenz
  • Q&A |

    Giorgio Anania, the vice president of Photonics21 and CEO of Aledia, a French developer of GaN microwire LEDs, discusses the impact of the Photonics Public Private Partnership on jobs and growth in Europe and the importance of investing in future industries.

    • Rachel Won
  • Editorial |

    The Nobel Prize-winning observation of gravitational waves has required laser interferometry to be pushed to extreme limits of sensitivity.

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