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A Compact Full-Stokes Polarization Camera

Portable polarization-sensitive camera could be used in machine vision, autonomous vehicles, security and atmospheric chemistry

Self-Torque – A New Property of Light

Generation of optical vortices in the EUV by adjusting the temporal separation of two infrared vortex beams

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A Light-Trapping, Color-Converting Crystal

A recipe for creating a microscopic crystal structure that can hold two wavelengths of light at once

Visitors May Archive Exhibits by 3D Scanning

New exposition concept at the State Museum of Baden extends digital archive

Weyl Semimetals for Photonic Devices

Circular photogalvanic effect could be used to control electric current by light.

4Jet and RWTH Jointly Develop a Solar Racing Car

Racing team will participate in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge

Two-Photon-Microscope Smashes Speed Records

A new two-photon microscope captures videos of the brain faster than ever, revealing neurotransmitter release

Development of Nano Microscope Awarded

Second award goes to researcher investigating nanoparticles with high-energy X-rays

Flat Lens With a Twist

Stacked bifocal metalenses with controllable focal length and intensity ratio

Second Laser Boosts Aeolus Satellite’s Power

After the switch to its second laser transmitter, ESA’s wind satellite is back up and running

Light for the Nanoworld

Placing light sources in atomically thin material layers with an accuracy of just a few nanometers

2D Materials Integrated into Mass Production

The HEA2D consortium manufactured prototype systems and demonstrators for 2D semiconductor materials

Recovering Color Images from Scattered Light

The optical memory effect enables high-fidelity, diffraction-limited imaging through scattering media

Eyes for the Red Planet

First images taken by NASA’s Mars 2020 mission will be taken through Jenoptik lenses

New Device for Terahertz Imaging

Hyperspectral imaging with chip-scale frequency combs based on terahertz quantum cascade lasers

Striving for 25 Gbps Automotive Communication Standard

A team from the industry drives the 25 Gbps and higher standards in automotive communication networks

Heating Smart Lenses

A new adjustable technique to manipulate light without any mechanical movement

New Steel Materials for 3D Printing

AddSteel project to develop new steel materials specifically for use in the LPBF process

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