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    Roadmap on holography

    Sheridan, John T and Kostuk, Raymond K and Gil, Antonio Fimia and Wang, Y and Lu, W and Zhong, H and Tomita, Y and Neipp, C and Francés, J and Gallego, S and Pascual, I and Marinova, V and Lin, S-H and Hsu, K-Y and Bruder, F and Hansen, S and Manecke, C and Meisenheimer, R and Rewitz, C and Rölle, T and Odinokov, S and Matoba, O and Kumar, M and Quan, X and Awatsuji, Y and Wachulak, P W and Gorelaya, A V and Sevryugin, A A and Shalymov, E V and Yu Venediktov, V and Chmelik, R and Ferrara, M A and Coppola, G and Márquez, A and Beléndez, A and Yang, W and Yuste, R and Bianco, A and Zanutta, A and Falldorf, C and Healy, J J and Fan, X and Hennelly, B M and Zhurminsky, I and Schnieper, M and Ferrini, R and Fricke, S and Situ, G and Wang, H and Abdurashitov, A S and Tuchin, V V and Petrov, N V and Nomura, T and Morim, D R and Saravanamuttu, K (2020) Roadmap on holography. Journal of Optics, 22 (12). p. 123002. ISSN 2040-8978

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    From its inception holography has proven an extremely productive and attractive area of research. While specific technical applications give rise to 'hot topics', and three-dimensional (3D) visualisation comes in and out of fashion, the core principals involved continue to lead to exciting innovations in a wide range of areas. We humbly submit that it is impossible, in any journal document of this type, to fully reflect current and potential activity; however, our valiant contributors have produced a series of documents that go no small way to neatly capture progress across a wide range of core activities. As editors we have attempted to spread our net wide in order to illustrate the breadth of international activity. In relation to this we believe we have been at least partially successful.

    Item Type: Article
    Additional Information: Cite as: : John T Sheridan et al 2020 J. Opt. 22 123002
    Keywords: holography; light diffraction; hologram; diffractive optics;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Science and Engineering > Computer Science
    Faculty of Science and Engineering > Electronic Engineering
    Faculty of Science and Engineering > Research Institutes > Hamilton Institute
    Faculty of Science and Engineering > Research Institutes > Human Health Institute
    Item ID: 16021
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    Depositing User: Dr. Bryan Hennelly
    Date Deposited: 31 May 2022 09:41
    Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Optics
    Publisher: IOP Publishing
    Refereed: Yes
    Use Licence: This item is available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike Licence (CC BY-NC-SA). Details of this licence are available here

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