Controlled Coupling of Light and Matter

Strong coupling and the resultant mixing of light and matter states is an important asset for future quantum technologies

A Spinning Top of Light

Light pulses for attosecond measurements of chiral-sensitive processes in gas and condensed phase

New Form of Light Created

Newly observed optical state could enable quantum computing with photons

New Way to Generate Ultra-Short Bursts of Light

The formation of temporal simultons produces stable femtosecond half-harmonic pulses

Metasurfaces for Apochromatic Lenses

One layered lens can perfectly focus all three colors and do the work of three conventional lenses

Stopping Electrons With Light

Researchers created a radiation reaction by colliding an intense laser beam with a high-energy beam of electrons

New Approach to Generate Lasers

Particles with negative mass in a semiconductor interact with confined light in a microcavity

Light Passing Through a 2D-Waveguide Array

A 2D-experimental system allows to study materials that were theorized to exist only in 4D-space

A Space-Time Sensor for Light-Matter Interactions

Attosecond pulses allow to observe the motions of electrons in atoms

New Transparent Materials Absorb Light

Concept of coherent virtual absorption by temporally shaping the incident waveform