Special Issue "Modern Applications in Optics and Photonics: From Micro- and Nanooptics to Optical Sensing, Measurement and Communication"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (25 May 2022) | Viewed by 4034
Related Special Issue: Modern Applications in Optics and Photonics: From Sensing and Analytics to Communication
Interests: laser sensing and spectroscopy; integrated polymer optics; fiber-optical sensing; optical technology for illumination, information, and the life sciences; digital holography; fiber couplers; multi-physics optical simulations
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Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Modern Applications in Optics and Photonics: From Sensing and Analytics to Communication
Topical Collection in Sensors: Photonic Sensors
Interests: integrated photonics; polymer optics; optical sensing and metrology; coupling structures; optical simulations; excimer laser technology
Optics and photonics are among the key technologies of our time and offer the potential for novel applications in areas as diverse as optical measurement, sensing and analytics, monitoring, biomedical imaging, and diagnostics, as well as communication technology, to name some of the most prominent ones. These applications demand a high degree of control over the light fields and benefit significantly from concepts based on micro- and nanooptics and integration technology. The new capabilities lead to novel optical systems with enhanced functionality and unprecedented sensitivity and specificity, which are attractive for a wide range of applications previously not accessible. This Special Issue aims to provide an overview of some of the most recent development and exciting application areas in optics and photonics, indicating the broad multifaceted potential for the future. Articles covering novel optical concepts and systems as well as insights achieved in applications are invited.
Individual topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Integrated micro- and nano-optic concepts and devices
- Wearable optics
- Printed optics
- Surface plasmon resonance sensors
- Optofluidic measurement
- Distributed sensing
- Fiber optic systems and sensing
- Optical analytics, metrology, and spectroscopy
- Medical diagnostics, imaging, and monitoring
- Optical communication systems and technology
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Wilhelm Roth
Dr. Axel Günther
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- micro- and nanooptics manufacturing, validation, and application
- integrated optics
- printed optics
- optical analytics
- medical imaging and diagnostics
- optical communication
- fiber optical sensing
- distributed sensing
- novel optics