Research Articles
Anomalous unidirectional excitation of high-k hyperbolic modes using all-electric metasources
Advanced Photonics
  • Jun. 16, 2021
  • Vol.3, Issue 3 (2021)
Letters
Resolving and weighing the quantum orbits in strong-field tunneling ionization
Jia Tan, Shengliang Xu, Xu Han, Yueming Zhou, Min Li, Wei Cao, Qingbin Zhang, and Peixiang Lu
Advanced Photonics
  • Jun. 03, 2021
  • Vol.3, Issue 3 (2021)
Reviews
Advances in metal halide perovskite lasers: synthetic strategies, morphology control, and lasing emission
Zhiping Hu, Zhengzheng Liu, Zijun Zhan, Tongchao Shi, Juan Du, Xiaosheng Tang, and Yuxin Leng
Advanced Photonics
  • Jun. 03, 2021
  • Vol.3, Issue 3 (2021)
Reviews
Optical trapping with structured light: a review
Yuanjie Yang, Yu-Xuan Ren, Mingzhou Chen, Yoshihiko Arita, and Carmelo Rosales-Guzmán
Advanced Photonics
  • Jun. 03, 2021
  • Vol.3, Issue 3 (2021)
About the cover: Advanced Photonics Volume 3, Issue 2
Advanced Photonics
  • May. 06, 2021
  • Vol.3, Issue 2 (2021)
On the Cover
Conventional Fano-resonant metasurfaces can only reflect light with a specific frequency, a planar wavefront, and linear polarization; the newly proposed metasurfaces can be tailored to be reflective to light with an arbitrary wavefront shape and circular polarization (doi: 10.1117/1.AP.3.2.026002)
Advanced Photonics
  • Jun. 16, 2021
  • Vol.3, Issue 2 (2021)
AP Highlights
The fast-growing amount of data that are produced every year creates an urgent need for ultracapacity storage media. Light has many unique advantages including easy accessibility, no need of physical contact, high spatial and temporal resolution, and easy tuning of emission wavelength and intensity, showing great convenience in information storage in a noninvasive manner. Therefore, optical storage has become a significant data storage technology in the information age and has been widely applied in daily life, economy and military due to its large capacity, long lifetime, and low energy consumption. Photoresponsive materials can well realize information recording and readout because they can undergo a series of reversible changes in certain physical and chemical properties in response to light stimulus, which are specifically manifested as variations in optical properties (absorption and emission properties), conformation, electrochemical properties, conductivity, refractive index, etc. Among these variations, optical properties play a decisive role in information storage because the success of information (re)writing and erasing, encryption and decryption, and anti-counterfeiting is directly judged by the change in the color and/or luminescent color of photoresponsive materials. Organic photoresponsive materials are one of the most promising candidates for information storage owing to their light weight, low cost, high flexibility, good scalability, and compatibility with large-area solution-processing techniques including inkjet printing and screen printing. More importantly, their storage characteristics can be easily regulated through molecular design-cum-synthesis strategies. In light of the rapid development in this area, it is very necessary to systematically sum up and discuss the current research progress, and point out the future development of the entire research field of organic photoresponsive materials for information storage.
Advanced Photonics
  • Apr. 29, 2021
  • Vol.3, Issue 1 (2021)
News
Chinese Laser Press (CLP) is pleased to announce that Advanced Photonics is indexed in Science Citation Index-Expanded (SCIE).
Advanced Photonics
  • Apr. 27, 2021
  • Vol., Issue (2021)
AP Highlights
Chromatic aberration-free meta-devices is realized by satisfying the key criteria of desirable phase dispersion and high reflection amplitudes, which largely enhances the working bandwidth and greatly improves the efficiency.
Advanced Photonics
  • Apr. 26, 2021
  • Vol.3, Issue 1 (2021)