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Mid-IR Photonics

The mid-infrared (mid-IR) range, spanning from 2 to 20 µm, has a wide range of applications that impact our society. It is pivotal for many fields, such as highly sensitive biological and chemical sensors, free-space communication, spectroscopy, and the quest for life beyond our planet. The rapid pace of advancements in mid-IR photonics has positioned it as one of the most dynamic and promising areas of scientific exploration. This special issue aims to bring together the various communities that are leading this transformation, offering a comprehensive overview of the progress made so far and highlighting the remaining challenges.

Guest Editors: Konstantin Vodopyanov, Alex Fuerbach, and Christian Grillet, and APL Photonics Editors Clara Saraceno and Christelle Monat

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Xiaomeng Xue; Hongyu Lv; Yanyan Qiu; Qun Hao; Menglu Chen
Hannes Kempf; Andrey Muraviev; Felix Breuning; Peter G. Schunemann; Ron Tenne; Alfred Leitenstorfer; Konstantin Vodopyanov
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