Topics in this Issue
Optical beam photorefractive time dynamics (equal intensity surfaces). Considering nonlinear optical propagation through photorefractive crystals in which the bias voltage is periodically modulated along the propagation direction, the authors are able to identify the conditions in which a beam forms a soliton in a straight line down to micron-sized widths. [See - A. Ciattoni, et. al. Fig. 2 for details.]
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- Focus issue on surface plasmon photonics introduction
- Nanoplasmonics: past, present, and glimpse into future
- Shaping of light beams along curves in three dimensions
- Rapid 3D light-sheet microscopy with a tunable lens
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