Expand this Topic clickable element to expand a topic
OSA Publishing

OSA Publishing is the largest peer-reviewed collection of optics and photonics information in the world.

Recently Published
Multicomponent gas detection technology of FDM and TDM based on photoacoustic spectroscopy

Yuanfang Yu, Cunwei Tian, Zongliang Wang, Siyu Qian, Cunying Yan, and Hao Zhang
Appl. Opt. 60(4) 838-843 (2021)

Colon phantoms with cancer lesions for endoscopic characterization with optical coherence tomography

Natalia Zulina, Oscar Caravaca, Guiqiu Liao, Sara Gravelyn, Morgane Schmitt, Keshia Badu, Lucile Heroin, and Michalina J. Gora
Biomed. Opt. Express 12(2) 955-968 (2021)

Optical transfer function of time-gated coherent imaging in the presence of a scattering medium

Pilsung Kang, Sungsam Kang, Yonghyeon Jo, Hakseok Ko, Guanghoon Kim, Ye-Ryoung Lee, and Wonshik Choi
Opt. Express 29(3) 3395-3405 (2021)

Optics & Photonics News (OPN) is the Optical Society's monthly news magazine.

Subscription is a benefit of Optical Society (OSA) membership. Join Now.

Top Downloads for December
  1. Massively parallel amplitude-only Fourier neural network
  2. Impact of inorganic nanoparticles on optical properties of low refractive index waveguiding polymers
  3. Photomechanical materials and applications: a tutorial
  4. Triple narrow-band plasmonic perfect absorber for refractive index sensing applications of optical frequency
  5. Ghost diffraction holographic microscopy
Top Downloads By Journal >
Announcements

More Announcements >

Spotlight on Optics
Experimental free-space quantum secure direct communication and its security analysis
Summary by Stefan Richter

Quantum communication (QC) offers secure and future-proof tools for performing sensitive communication tasks. Quantum...

Photonic nanojet generation under converging and diverging beams
Summary by Brynmor Davis

Photonic nanojets (PNJs) are the optical phenomenon responsible for a freshly watered plant getting burned in the sun....

Development of a compact imaging spectrometer form for the solar reflective spectral region
Summary by Tomasz Tkaczyk

A new compact imaging spectrometer is poised to break many barriers in remote sensing applications. Current...

Visit Spotlight on Optics >

Select as filters


    Select Topics Cancel
    © Copyright 2021 | The Optical Society. All Rights Reserved