Photonics Daily Insights - Feb 8th, 2024
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February 8, 2024
A breathing soliton laser helps researchers discover modulated subharmonics, a new state of nonlinear systems, which contains both synchronized and desynchronized signals.
Europe is now 16% of the global photonics market, but to maintain that position, it needs to get to work.
Purdue University researchers merge optical engineering with cutting-edge computational imaging techniques—a spinning metasurface stack breaks thermal light down into its spectral and polarimetric components.

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Join us February 13th at 2 pm ET to explore the untapped potential of deep learning in video microscopy.
The three prize winners were announced on January 30th at a ceremony during SPIE Photonics West.
Rosa Romero, CEO and co-founder of Sphere Ultrafast Photonics, talks about her professional journey and the future of the photonics business.
Researchers in Japan unveil an optical technique to generate gigahertz repetition pulses with individual colors and shapes—with potential ultrafast imaging and laser processing applications.