Ultrafast laser micro/nanofabrication and processing have rapidly emerged as one of the most powerful and promising tools in the area of photonic device fabrication. The rich interactions between light and various matters offer new fundamental science and interaction mechanisms, including photopolymerization, laser plasma generation, laser ablation, laser doping, laser thinning and laser coloration. In the meantime, as a cost-effective precision nanofabrication tool, it has also revolutionized various areas of photonics devices, including photovoltaics, lighting, lasing, energy harvesting, biomedicine, optical communications, data storage, quantum computing, display, sensing and so on. This special issue aims at capturing the most exciting advances in the ultrafast laser fabrication field and promoting high impact applications.
Topics covered include, but are not limited to:
- Ultrafast laser nanofabrication
- Photonic wire bonding
- Ultrafast laser fabrication enabled metamaterials, plasmonics and topological insulators
- Ultrafast laser enabled perovskite photonics
- Ultrafast laser fabrication of two-dimensional materials
- Ultrafast laser fiber Bragg Gratings
- Ultrafast laser coloration
- Microfluidic devices by ultrafast laser fabrication
- Ultrafast laser fabrication of quantum optical devices
Prof. Minghui Hong, National University of Singapore
Dr. Han Lin, Swinburne University of Technology
Dr. Stephen Mihailov, National Research Council Canada
Baohua Jia, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Paul Westbrook, OFS Laboratories
How to Submit:
- Please submit through the online submission system.
- Under manuscript type → select Article or Letter, as appropriate.
- Under manuscript information → Title/Abstract → select “Invited Submission: No”.
- Under manuscript information → Manuscript classification → select Special Topic: “Ultrafast Laser Fabrication Enabled Photonics and Devices”