Image Credit: Kevin J. Mitchell, University of Glasgow, U.K.
20 September 2021
A portrait gallery providing an extraordinary look at who we are and the innovation that emerges from our diversity.
A century-old society adopts a new name and brand—and looks ahead to the next 100 years.
Biomed. Opt. Express 12, 6545 (2021)
Phase-shifted interferograms that were captured with a four-phase optical coherence microscopy setup.
Mantas Zurauskas, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Interference images of a window in soap bubbles of different sizes.
Samuel Pellicori, OSA Senior Member
Appl. Opt. 60, 8198 (2021)
Adv. Opt. Photon. 13, 643 (2021)
The inside petal pattern of a flower, Shore Acres State Park, Oregon coast
[From 2018 OPN Photo Contest] —Robert Schalck, Senior Member (Emeritus)
Optica 8, 1126 (2021)
Credit: Dirk C. Heinecke, SpaceTech GmbH
Optical Interference Coatings Conference
19 - 24 June 2022
Whistler Convention Center, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
Fujitsu is recognized for moving beyond simple statements to truly champion diversity and inclusion polices and programs.
ICFO is recognized for their work to empower and promote diversity in order to enhance innovation, creativity and excellence.
Gerd Leuchs elected as Optica's 2022 Vice President; Judith Dawes elected 2022-2024 Director-At-Large.
Optica, 8, 1365 (2021)
Opt. Lett., 46, 5153 (2021)
Valentin Gapontsev, Optica Fellow and founder, chairman, and former CEO of IPG Photonics (IPG), passed away on 22 October at the age of 82.
At FiO LS, researchers will present a microcomb that can provide a scalable physical platform for continuous-variable quantum computing.
03 - 07 October 2021
Optica 8, 1359 (2021)
Toshiba Europe Limited and University of Leeds researchers have developed a method that achieves quantum communication over long distances.
View the list of 2022 Optica Meetings, and request information for events of interest.
Optica Laser Congress
Opt. Mater. Express 11(10) 3567 (2021)
Opt. Lett., 46, 17 (2021)
Appl. Opt 60(28) 8875 (2021)
Today marks a historic day for OSA, as the organization changes its name to Optica, the society advancing optics and photonics worldwide.
Julia H. Majors, OSA Ambassador
While it may not seem like the work going on in Washington has a direct impact to the photonics community, that couldn’t be farther from the
Photonics in Switching and Computing
27 - 29 September 2021