Our invited paper on computational hyperspectral imaging is among the top cited papers in JOSA A. The paper describes a compact hyperspectral camera able to achieve real-time video imaging of natural scenes, and was borne out of research done by Dr. Peng Wang. The paper is available here.
Our lab was recently profiled in the Lithographer Magazine, freely available online here. Congratulations to the team !
Our recent paper on multi-color, multi-plane holography was selected as an Editor’s pick in OSA’s Applied Optics journal. Editor’s Picks serve to highlight articles with excellent scientific quality and are representative of the work taking place in a specific field. Congratulations to Meem and Apratim!
Our work on color 2D and 3D holography using high-efficiency multi-level diffractive optics has been published in Applied Optics here. We show that these optics are far easier to fabricate and perform better than meta-holograms and related devices.
Soren Nelson and Alex Hamrick were recently awarded Spring 2020 UROP grants to pursue research in the field of machine learning in unconventional cameras. Congratulations! Information about the UROP is here.
Our recent paper in OSA Continuum was among the top downloaded papers in October from this journal. The paper describes a single flat lens that is able to image in the entire SWIR band. The paper is freely available here.