Waveguide Array Transports Light Without Distortion
Advanced PhotonicsVol. 2, Issue 3 (2020)
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On the Cover of HPL: Laser-system model for enhanced operational performance and flexibility on OMEGA EP
High Power Laser Science and EngineeringVol. 8, Issue 1 (2020)
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Experimental Realization of Quantum Walks
Chinese Optics LettersVol. 18, Issue 5 (2020)
The first working laser was demonstrated by Theodore Harold Maiman on May 16, 1960, and now we are celebrating it as the International Day of Light. We look back at the contributions of a laser luminary, marvel at todaty's laser reasearch, and look forward to the laser capabilities of the near future. Read More
17-20 October 2020
On the Cover: Photonic discrete-time quantum walks [Invited]
The image on the cover of Chinese Optics Letters Volume 18, Issue 5, is about quantum walks, a counterpart of classical random walks, have many applications due to their neoteric features. Since they were first proposed, quantum walks have been explored in many fields theoretically and have also been demonstrated experimentally in various physical systems. Provided by G. Zhu et al., researchers from Southeast University and Beijing Computational Science Research Center, the image is based on the research presented in their article, "Photonic discrete-time quantum walks", Chinese Optics Letters 18(5) 052701 , doi 10.3788/COL202018.052701.
On the Cover: Ultrahigh-Q silicon racetrack resonators
The image on the cover of Photonics Research Volume 8, Issue 5, indicates that an ultrahigh-Q silicon racetrack resonator is proposed and demonstrated with uniform multimode silicon photonic waveguides. It consists of two multimode straight waveguides connected by two multimode waveguide bends (MWBs). Provided by L. Zhang L. Zhang et al., researchers from Zhejiang University, the image is based on the research presented in their article, "Ultrahigh-Q silicon racetrack resonators", Photonics Research 8(5) 05000684, doi 10.1364/PRJ.387816.