Roadmap on wavefront shaping and deep imaging in complex media

Journal Article (Review;Journal)

The last decade has seen the development of a wide set of tools, such as wavefront shaping, computational or fundamental methods, that allow us to understand and control light propagation in a complex medium, such as biological tissues or multimode fibers. A vibrant and diverse community is now working in this field, which has revolutionized the prospect of diffraction-limited imaging at depth in tissues. This roadmap highlights several key aspects of this fast developing field, and some of the challenges and opportunities ahead.

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Cited Authors

  • Gigan, S; Katz, O; De Aguiar, HB; Andresen, ER; Aubry, A; Bertolotti, J; Bossy, E; Bouchet, D; Brake, J; Brasselet, S; Bromberg, Y; Cao, H; Chaigne, T; Cheng, Z; Choi, W; Čižmár, T; Cui, M; Curtis, VR; Defienne, H; Hofer, M; Horisaki, R; Horstmeyer, R; Ji, N; LaViolette, AK; Mertz, J; Moser, C; Mosk, AP; Pégard, NC; Piestun, R; Popoff, S; Phillips, DB; Psaltis, D; Rahmani, B; Rigneault, H; Rotter, S; Tian, L; Vellekoop, IM; Waller, L; Wang, L; Weber, T; Xiao, S; Xu, C; Yamilov, A; Yang, C; Yılmaz, H

Published Date

  • October 1, 2022

Published In

Volume / Issue

  • 4 / 4

Electronic International Standard Serial Number (EISSN)

  • 2515-7647

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

  • 10.1088/2515-7647/ac76f9

Citation Source

  • Scopus