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Featuring research on tunable micro-optics, Weyl exceptional rings, efficient nanofocusing, quantum repeaters and more besides. 

Latest Research

  • Letter |

    Higher-order topologically protected states, localized to corners of photonic waveguide arrays, are experimentally demonstrated.

    • Ashraf El Hassan
    • , Flore K. Kunst
    • , Alexander Moritz
    • , Guillermo Andler
    • , Emil J. Bergholtz
    •  & Mohamed Bourennane
  • Article |

    Parity–time symmetry in second quantization is demonstrated in an integrated non-Hermitian coupled waveguide structure. A counterintuitive shift of the position of the Hong–Ou–Mandel dip is observed in integrated lossy waveguide structures.

    • F. Klauck
    • , L. Teuber
    • , M. Ornigotti
    • , M. Heinrich
    • , S. Scheel
    •  & A. Szameit
  • Review Article |

    Front-induced transitions have been used in dispersion-engineered waveguides for frequency conversion, optical delays, and bandwidth and pulse duration manipulation. This Review provides a theoretical description of the subject and highlights the potential for light manipulation in guided optics.

    • Mahmoud A. Gaafar
    • , Toshihiko Baba
    • , Manfred Eich
    •  & Alexander Yu. Petrov
  • Letter |

    Using graphene as the ‘metal’ layer can increase the localization accuracy of metal-induced energy transfer, enabling axial localization of single emitters and measurement of the thickness of lipid bilayers with ångström accuracy.

    • Arindam Ghosh
    • , Akshita Sharma
    • , Alexey I. Chizhik
    • , Sebastian Isbaner
    • , Daja Ruhlandt
    • , Roman Tsukanov
    • , Ingo Gregor
    • , Narain Karedla
    •  & Jörg Enderlein
  • Article |

    The quantum-delayed choice experiment is implemented with multiple entangled photons under Einstein’s locality condition. The wave–particle quantum superposition is realized by controlling the relative phase between the wave and particle states.

    • Kai Wang
    • , Qian Xu
    • , Shining Zhu
    •  & Xiao-song Ma
  • Letter |

    A violation of bilocal inequality is demonstrated with two truly independent light sources delivering entanglements to three nodes. To this end, the locality, measurement independence and quantum source independence loopholes are closed simultaneously.

    • Qi-Chao Sun
    • , Yang-Fan Jiang
    • , Bing Bai
    • , Weijun Zhang
    • , Hao Li
    • , Xiao Jiang
    • , Jun Zhang
    • , Lixing You
    • , Xianfeng Chen
    • , Zhen Wang
    • , Qiang Zhang
    • , Jingyun Fan
    •  & Jian-Wei Pan

News & Comment

  • Comment |

    Father of the semiconductor laser, Nobel Prize laureate and director of the Ioffe Institute in St Petersburg, Zhores Alferov was a much-loved scientist and educator whose research changed the modern world.

    • Sergey Ivanov
  • Meeting Report |

    Dielectric antennas and metasurfaces open up new opportunities for future applications in advanced optoelectronics, light detection and ranging for autonomous vehicles, fluorescence-enhancing substrates for bioimaging and many more.

    • Rachel Won
  • News & Views |

    Engineering the thermal profile of a polymer by means of conducting microwires provides a path towards versatile tunable optical elements.

    • Rafael Piestun
  • Comment |

    Yaron Silberberg of the Weizmann Institute in Israel passed away in April. Here, some of his former students and friends remind us of who Yaron was: a creative researcher and a mentor without ego with major achievements in nonlinear optics, microscopy and quantum physics.

    • Dan Oron
    • , Nirit Dudovich
    • , Barak Dayan
    • , Nir Davidson
    •  & Mordechai (Moti) Segev
  • News & Views |

    Modulation of light by external waves is an essential function in any photonics-based system. Using an integrated plasmonic approach, the speed of modulation of 1.55-μm waves has now been extended to the ‘low’ THz band.

    • Guillaume Ducournau

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