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  1. Recent progress in nanophotonics and material science has inspired a strong interest in optically-induced material dynamics, opening new research directions in the distinct fields of Floquet matter and time me...

    Authors: Shixiong Yin, Emanuele Galiffi and Andrea Alù
    Citation: eLight 2022 2:8
  2. Controlling electromagnetic waves and information simultaneously by information metasurfaces is of central importance in modern society. Intelligent metasurfaces are smart platforms to manipulate the wave–info...

    Authors: Lianlin Li, Hanting Zhao, Che Liu, Long Li and Tie Jun Cui
    Citation: eLight 2022 2:7
  3. Water plays a vital role in biological metabolism and it would be essential to trace the water content non-invasively, such as leveraging the vibrational absorption peak of the O–H bond. However, due to the la...

    Authors: Jiawei Shi, Mingsheng Li, Huajun Tang, Jiqiang Kang, Najia Sharmin, Amir Rosenthal and Kenneth K. Y. Wong
    Citation: eLight 2022 2:6
  4. Achieving localization with molecular precision has been of great interest for extending fluorescence microscopy to nanoscopy. MINFLUX pioneers this transition through point spread function (PSF) engineering, ...

    Authors: Kun Zhao, Xinzhu Xu, Wei Ren, Dayong Jin and Peng Xi
    Citation: eLight 2022 2:5
  5. Optical technologies have been widely used in information security owing to its parallel and high-speed processing capability. However, the most critical problem with current optical encryption techniques is t...

    Authors: Junfeng Hou and Guohai Situ
    Citation: eLight 2022 2:3
  6. Imaging through diffusers presents a challenging problem with various digital image reconstruction solutions demonstrated to date using computers. Here, we present a computer-free, all-optical image reconstruc...

    Authors: Yi Luo, Yifan Zhao, Jingxi Li, Ege Çetintaş, Yair Rivenson, Mona Jarrahi and Aydogan Ozcan
    Citation: eLight 2022 2:4
  7. Optical metamaterials have presented an innovative method of manipulating light. Hyperbolic metamaterials have an extremely high anisotropy with a hyperbolic dispersion relation. They are able to support high-k m...

    Authors: Dasol Lee, Sunae So, Guangwei Hu, Minkyung Kim, Trevon Badloe, Hanlyun Cho, Jaekyung Kim, Hongyoon Kim, Cheng-Wei Qiu and Junsuk Rho
    Citation: eLight 2022 2:1
  8. Recent advances in engineered material technologies (e.g., photonic crystals, metamaterials, plasmonics, etc.) provide valuable tools to control Cherenkov radiation. In all these approaches, however, the parti...

    Authors: Hao Hu, Xiao Lin, Liang Jie Wong, Qianru Yang, Dongjue Liu, Baile Zhang and Yu Luo
    Citation: eLight 2022 2:2
  9. The use of optical tweezers to measure forces acting upon microscopic particles has revolutionised fields from material science to cell biology. However, despite optical control capabilities, this technology i...

    Authors: Iliya D. Stoev, Benjamin Seelbinder, Elena Erben, Nicola Maghelli and Moritz Kreysing
    Citation: eLight 2021 1:7
  10. Two dimensional excitonic devices are of great potential to overcome the dilemma of response time and integration in current generation of electron or/and photon based systems. The ultrashort diffusion length ...

    Authors: Pengfei Qi, Yang Luo, Beibei Shi, Wei Li, Donglin Liu, Liheng Zheng, Zhixin Liu, Yanglong Hou and Zheyu Fang
    Citation: eLight 2021 1:6
  11. Nanophotonic platforms such as metasurfaces, achieving arbitrary phase profiles within ultrathin thickness, emerge as miniaturized, ultracompact and kaleidoscopic optical vortex generators. However, it is ofte...

    Authors: Zhongwei Jin, David Janoschka, Junhong Deng, Lin Ge, Pascal Dreher, Bettina Frank, Guangwei Hu, Jincheng Ni, Yuanjie Yang, Jing Li, Changyuan Yu, Dangyuan Lei, Guixin Li, Shumin Xiao, Shengtao Mei, Harald Giessen…
    Citation: eLight 2021 1:5
  12. High-throughput computational imaging requires efficient processing algorithms to retrieve multi-dimensional and multi-scale information. In computational phase imaging, phase retrieval (PR) is required to rec...

    Authors: Xuyang Chang, Liheng Bian and Jun Zhang
    Citation: eLight 2021 1:4
  13. Let there be light–to change the world we want to be! Over the past several decades, and ever since the birth of the first laser, mankind has witnessed the development of the science of light, as light-based tech...

    Authors: Zhigang Chen and Mordechai Segev
    Citation: eLight 2021 1:2