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Non-spectroscopic sensing enabled by an electro-optical reservoir computer (2022)
Journal Article
Anufriev, G., Furniss, D., Farries, M., & Phang, S. (2022). Non-spectroscopic sensing enabled by an electro-optical reservoir computer. Optical Materials Express, 12(5), 1767-1783. https://doi.org/10.1364/OME.449036

A fully bio-inspired apparatus to perform non-spectroscopic sensing to discriminate and determine the constituent concentrations of a chemical mixture is proposed. Here, fully bio-inspired means that it is comprised of a biomimetic sensor and a neuro... Read More about Non-spectroscopic sensing enabled by an electro-optical reservoir computer.

Theoretical and practical aspects of the design and production of synthetic holograms for transmission electron microscopy (2022)
Journal Article
Rosi, P., Venturi, F., Medici, G., Menozzi, C., Gazzadi, G. C., Rotunno, E., …Grillo, V. (2022). Theoretical and practical aspects of the design and production of synthetic holograms for transmission electron microscopy. Journal of Applied Physics, 131(3), Article 031101. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0067528

Beam shaping-the ability to engineer the phase and the amplitude of massive and massless particles-has long interested scientists working on communication, imaging, and the foundations of quantum mechanics. In light optics, the shaping of electromagn... Read More about Theoretical and practical aspects of the design and production of synthetic holograms for transmission electron microscopy.

The optical reservoir computer: a new approach to a programmable integrated optics system based on an artificial neural network (2020)
Book Chapter
Phang, S., Sewell, P. D., Vukovic, A., & Benson, T. M. (2020). The optical reservoir computer: a new approach to a programmable integrated optics system based on an artificial neural network. In G. C. Righini, & M. Ferrari (Eds.), Integrated Optics Volume 2: Characterization, devices and applications (361-380). Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). https://doi.org/10.1049/pbcs077g_ch12

In this chapter, we briefly reviewed some developments in the field of integrated optics since Miller first introduced this concept, noting some approaches to optimise structures based on functional performance criteria. Chapter Contents: • 12.1 Intr... Read More about The optical reservoir computer: a new approach to a programmable integrated optics system based on an artificial neural network.