Structured light: manipulation and application

Title: Structured light: manipulation and application

Speaker: Prof. Li Yongnan

Location: Room 105, Physical science Building

Time: 14:00p.m. Nov 25th, 2018

Abstract: Structured light refers to the generation and application of light fields, for example structured intensity, phase and polarization. The richness of the topic as well as its myriad of applications has seen it attract much attention. Here, we report a method to realize the vector light fields with arbitrary polarization distributionswhich can be applied for optical trapping filamentationand microstructure fabrication. In addition, we demonstrate the first realization of complete orbital angular momentum Bell-state measurement in each individual subspace with linear optics. It will pave the way for orbital angular momentum Bell-state multiplexing and quantum super-dense coding.