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Volume 9,
Issue 6,
June 2024

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APL Photonics is the dedicated home for open access multidisciplinary research from and for the photonics community. The journal publishes fundamental and applied results that significantly advance the knowledge in photonics across physics, chemistry, biology, and materials science. It welcomes high-quality original contributions to the science of light and the technology that generates, controls, and detects photons.

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Ying Zhang, Lulu Wang et al.
High quality (Q) factor toroidal dipole (TD) resonances have played an increasingly important role in enhancing light–matter interactions. Interestingly, TDs share a similar far-field distribution as ...
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Yanzhao Guo, John P. Hadden et al.
Quantum emitters, such as the negatively charged nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond, are attractive for quantum technologies, such as nano-sensing, quantum information processing, and as a ...
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Rui He, Yijian Song et al.
The monolithically integrated self-driven photoelectric detector (PD) with the light-emitting diode (LED) epitaxial structure completely relies on the built-in electric field in the multi-quantum ...
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Jaesung Heo, Taek Jeong et al.
In this paper, we introduce a quantum-secured single-pixel imaging technique designed to withstand spoofing attacks, wherein adversaries attempt to deceive imaging systems with fake signals. Unlike ...
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Jinwoo Kim, Juhwan Kim et al.
Ultrasound-induced optical clearing microscopy (US-OCM) addresses limited imaging depth in optical microscopy, caused by light scattering in biological tissues. It uses ultrasound-induced gas bubbles ...
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Zeki Semih Pehlivan, Andrey Ten et al.
Magnesium is a rising alternative plasmonic metal that is potentially cheaper, more biocompatible, and less lossy in the ultraviolet-blue region of the visible spectrum than the commonly used gold ...
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