Light: Science & Applications

Light: Science & Applications (LSA) publishes high quality optics and photonics research from around the world. The Journal covers fundamental research as well as the important issues in engineering and applied sciences that are related to optics and photonics.

Publisher
Nature
Website
http://www.nature.com/lsa/index.html
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Electronics & Semiconductors

Perovskites used to make efficient artificial retina

An artificial electronic retina that can "see" in a similar way to the human vision system and can recognize handwritten digits has been built by KAUST researchers as they seek to develop better options for computer vision ...

Electronics & Semiconductors

Darkness from light

Microresonators are small glass structures in which light can circulate and build up in intensity. Due to material imperfections, some amount of light is reflected backwards, which is disturbing their function. Researchers ...

Machine learning & AI

Diffractive networks improve optical image classification accuracy

Recently, there has been a reemergence of interest in optical computing platforms for artificial intelligence-related applications. Optics is ideally suited for realizing neural network models because of the high speed, large ...

Computer Sciences

Computational imaging benefits from untrained neural network

Computational imaging (CI) techniques exploit optical device and calculation algorithms to reconstruct object information. A key goal of CI is to develop more advanced algorithms in order to simplify hardware equipment and ...

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