We demonstrated the first camera with a broadband diffractive flat lens. The paper was published in Scientific Reports and is available via open-access here.
Rajesh will present a seminar at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Melbourne, Australia on Feb. 9. He will be hosted by Prof. Min Gu and the title of the seminar is “Ultra-compact, multi-functional photonics via nanofabrication & computation.”
Submit your latest research to COSI 2018 (http://www.osa.org/COSI), probably the most important conference in computational imaging today. The submission involves a 2-page abstract and is due Jan 24. COSI will be held June 25-28 in Orlando. There are a slew of very impressive invited speakers from industry and academia. We will also be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the publication of “Introduction to Fourier Optics” by Joseph Goodman, who will be attending as well.
Post-doctoral fellowships for women in science are available. The application is due Feb. 2, 2018 and details are here.
Apratim and Bing’s paper on an ultra-compact polarization rotator was among the most downloaded nanophotonics papers in Optics Express of 2017. The paper is freely available here and describes the world’s smallest polarization rotator!
Our paper on lensless photography in Applied Optics was again one of the most downloaded papers in October 2017! It is available here. Congratulations to Ganghun and Rachael!