A sneak peek with light into opaque materials

Prof. Sylvain Gigan, Sorbonne Université, Paris, France

Leuchs-Russell Auditorium, A.1.500, Staudtstr. 2
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Complex heterogeneous materials, that scatter light in a highly complex way, present a huge challenge for imaging (think of seeing inside or through milk or in biological tissues). They are also a very interesting playground to study fundamental questions in wave physics. Very recently, we have shown that random light propagation in complex media can be leveraged for computational tasks. I will illustrate this concept through various examples, ranging from brain imaging to  optical computing (both classical and quantum). 

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