Optics Express top downloads from September 2018

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Stay current on the latest research by reviewing the most downloaded articlesin September from OSA’s Optics ExpressOptics Express is an open-access journal so the articles below are freely accessible.


Optics Express Call for Papers:
Feature IssueSolar Hydrogen Generation
Submission Deadline: 1 November 2018

Optics Express Concludes Its 20th Anniversary Celebration 
The publication of four final invited Anniversary Review articles, along with an introduction from Editor-in-Chief Andrew M. Weiner, marks the conclusion of the celebration of the Journal’s many accomplishments throughout its groundbreaking history. Visit the 
Anniversary website to read more.

Spotlight on Optics: On-chip quantum interference with heralded photons from two independent micro-ring resonator sources in silicon photonics
The big frontier in the future of integrated device engineering is quantum integrated circuits, which exploit entirely quantum effects to achieve much more powerful computation, metrology, and sensing than we can do today with classical devices. However, quantum effects are hard to witness and to put to good use, because they want to dissipate away and leave us empty handed… Read the full Spotlight Summary by Filippo Miatto.

Computational imaging enables a “see-through” lens-less camera
Ganghun Kim and Rajesh Menon
Opt. Express 26(18) 22826-22836 (2018)  View: HTML | PDF  [Suppl. Mat. (12)]
Fiber-optic transmission and networking: the previous 20 and the next 20 years [Invited]
Peter J. Winzer, David T. Neilson, and Andrew R. Chraplyvy
Opt. Express 26(18) 24190-24239 (2018)  View: HTML | PDF  Editors' Pick
Analyses of multi-color plant-growth light sources in achieving maximum photosynthesis efficiencies with enhanced color qualities
Tingzhu Wu, Yue Lin, Lili Zheng, Ziquan Guo, Jianxing Xu, Shijie Liang, Zhuguagn Liu, Yijun Lu, Tien-mo Shih, and Zhong Chen
Opt. Express 26(4) 4135-4147 (2018)  View: HTML | PDF
5D hyperspectral imaging: fast and accurate measurement of surface shape and spectral characteristics using structured light
Stefan Heist, Chen Zhang, Karl Reichwald, Peter Kühmstedt, Gunther Notni, and Andreas Tünnermann
Opt. Express 26(18) 23366-23379 (2018)  View: HTML | PDF
Failure prediction using machine learning and time series in optical network
Zhilong Wang, Min Zhang, Danshi Wang, Chuang Song, Min Liu, Jin Li, Liqi Lou, and Zhuo Liu
Opt. Express 25(16) 18553-18565 (2017)  View: HTML | PDF
Optical coherence tomography in Optics Express [Invited]
Christoph K. Hitzenberger
Opt. Express 26(18) 24240-24259 (2018)  View: HTML | PDF  [Suppl. Mat. (3)]  Editors' Pick
Photonics meets topology
Bi-Ye Xie, Hong-Fei Wang, Xue-Yi Zhu, Ming-Hui Lu, Z. D. Wang, and Yan-Feng Chen
Opt. Express 26(19) 24531-24550 (2018)  View: HTML | PDF
Large scale quantum key distribution: challenges and solutions [Invited]
Qiang Zhang, Feihu Xu, Yu-Ao Chen, Cheng-Zhi Peng, and Jian-Wei Pan
Opt. Express 26(18) 24260-24273 (2018)  View: HTML | PDF  Editors' Pick
Evaluation of thermal expansion coefficient of carbon fiber reinforced composites using electronic speckle interferometry
Chengzhi Dong, Kai Li, Yuxi Jiang, Dwayne Arola, and Dongsheng Zhang
Opt. Express 26(1) 531-543 (2018)  View: HTML | PDF
Photoluminescence emission and Raman response of monolayer MoS2, MoSe2, and WSe2
Philipp Tonndorf, Robert Schmidt, Philipp Böttger, Xiao Zhang, Janna Börner, Andreas Liebig, Manfred Albrecht, Christian Kloc, Ovidiu Gordan, Dietrich R. T. Zahn, Steffen Michaelis de Vasconcellos, and Rudolf Bratschitsch
Opt. Express 21(4) 4908-4916 (2013)  View: HTML | PDF

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