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Volume 9,
Issue 4,
April 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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Editor's Picks
Research Article
Moritz Merklein, Lachlan Goulden et al.
Efficient and extended light storage mechanisms are pivotal in photonics, particularly in optical communications, microwave photonics, and quantum networks, as they offer a direct route to circumvent ...
Research Article
Elise Uyehara, Rajeev J. Ram et al.
Generation of sub-100 ps pulses tunable over 48 nm is demonstrated by optically gain-switching a MEMS-vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL). A minimum pulse width of 61 ps and a maximum, ...
Research Article
Fabian Schmid, Jorge Moreno et al.
Optical frequency combs are typically generated in the near-infrared wavelength range, where many mode-locked lasers operate. Nonlinear frequency conversion can then be used to extend optical ...
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Letter
Satoko Yagi, Takuma Nakamura et al.
Non-destructive testing (NDT) is crucial for ensuring product quality and safety across various industries. Conventional methods, such as ultrasonic, terahertz, and x-ray imaging, have limitations in ...
Perspective
Yi Wang, Yuqing Jiao et al.
The number of photonic components integrated into the same circuit is approaching one million, but so far, this has been without the large-scale integration of active components: lasers, amplifiers, ...
Research Article
Kiwon Kwon, Hyungjun Heo et al.
Spontaneous parametric down-conversion (SPDC) has become a key method for generating entangled photon pairs. Periodically poled thin-film lithium niobate (TFLN) waveguides induce strong SPDC but ...
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