Advanced Photonics Nexus


Xiao-Cong (Larry) Yuan, Shenzhen University, China
Anatoly Zayats, King's College London, United Kingdom
Weibiao Chen, Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, CAS, China

Co-published by SPIE and Chinese Laser Press, Advanced Photonics Nexus is a Gold Open Access international journal that publishes novel results of high significance and broad interest in all areas of optics and photonics. The journal publishes high-quality original papers, letters, and review articles, reflecting important advances in fundamental and applied aspects of optics and photonics. Advanced Photonics Nexus is a sibling journal of the highly selective international journal Advanced Photonics, and ensures fast-track publication of high-quality submissions.

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On the cover: Silicon photodetector rivals III-IV counterparts ("Achieving higher photoabsorption than group III-V semiconductors in ultrafast thin silicon photodetectors with integrated photon-trapping surface structures" by Qarony, Mayet, et al.) in Volume 2 Issue 5.

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Advanced all-optical classification using orbital-angular-momentum-encoded diffractive networks

Kuo Zhang, Kun Liao, Haohang Cheng, Shuai Feng, and Xiaoyong Hu

Nonconvex optimization for optimum retrieval of the transmission matrix of a multimode fiber

Shengfu Cheng, Xuyu Zhang, Tianting Zhong, Huanhao Li, Haoran Li, Lei Gong, Honglin Liu, and Puxiang Lai

Reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexers for hybrid mode-/wavelength-division-multiplexing systems

Xiaolin Yi, Weike Zhao, Chenlei Li, Long Zhang, Yuluan Xiang, Chaoyue Liu, Yaocheng Shi, Liu Liu, and Daoxin Dai

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Ultra-broadband and low-loss edge coupler for highly efficient second harmonic generation in thin-film lithium niobate

Xiaoyue Liu et al. (2022) Open Access

Deep learning spatial phase unwrapping: a comparative review

Kaiqiang Wang, Qian Kemao, Jianglei Di, Jianlin Zhao (2022) Open Access

Centimeter scale color printing with grayscale lithography

Yu Chen, Yang Li, Wenhao Tang, Yutao Tang, Yue Hu, Zixian Hu, Junhong Deng, Kokwai Cheah, Guixin Li (2022) Open Access

Deterministic N-photon state generation using lithium niobate on insulator device

Hua-Ying Liu et al. (2022) Open Access

Deep-tissue two-photon microscopy with a frequency-doubled all-fiber mode-locked laser at 937 nm

Hongsen He et al. (2022) Open Access

Direct laser-written aperiodic photonic volume elements for complex light shaping with high efficiency: inverse design and fabrication

Nicolas Barré et al. (2023) Open Access

Printable organic light-emitting diodes for next-generation visible light communications: a review

Kunping Guo et al. (2023) Open Access

Laterally swept light-sheet microscopy enhanced by pixel reassignment for photon-efficient volumetric imaging

Liang Qiao, Hongjin Li, Suyi Zhong, Xinzhu Xu, Fei Su, Xi Peng, Dayong Jin, Karl Zhanghao (2022) Open Access

Achieving higher photoabsorption than group III-V semiconductors in ultrafast thin silicon photodetectors with integrated photon-trapping surface structures

Wayesh Qarony et al. (2023) Open Access

Complex-domain-enhancing neural network for large-scale coherent imaging

Xuyang Chang, Rifa Zhao, Shaowei Jiang, Cheng Shen, Guoan Zheng, Changhuei Yang, Liheng Bian (2023) Open Access


ISSN:  2791-1519
: SPIE and Chinese Laser Press
Publisher locations: Bellingham, Washington, USA; Shanghai, China
Frequency: Article-at-a-time publication; Bimonthly issues (6 issues/year)
Year Established: 2022
Format: Online
Access: Advanced Photonics Nexus articles are published with immediate open access under a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution (CC BY) license. The article publication charge (APC) is waived for all articles submitted through 2023.


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