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Electronic Information School(EIS) published a research paper in the Light: Science & Applications

Author:Administrator Source:website Time:2018-08-27 02:42:29

 The work "Full-space Cloud of Random Points with a Scrambling Metasurface" of Advanced Optoelectronics and System Innovation Team was recently published in the Light: Science & Applications . Zile Li, a post-doctor supported by Postdoctoral Innovation Talent Support Program in 2018, and Qi Dai, a Ph.D of Physical electronics, are ranked first and second authors. Professor Guoxing Zheng of EIS as well as several scholars at home and abroad are corresponding authors and EIS is the first author affiliation. As an authoritative optical magazine whose latest IF is 13.625 only below that of the Nature Photonics, Light: Science & Applications is the top journal of Q1.
      In recent years, artificial intelligence, machine learning and some other technologies have made a transition in many fields of information science. The wide-ranging and refined intelligent perception of spatial information is the premise and basis for obtaining high-quality deep learning big data. However, these technologies put demanding requirements on front-end optical sensors for getting raw data, which make traditional optical technologies incapable. To solve this difficult problem, the Advanced Optoelectronics and System Innovation Team invented a new type of diffractive optical device based on metasurface that can generate random spots which can fill the whole spherical space. This active lighting device can make the incident laser scatter and then fill the entire 3D illumination space. Thus it can complete modeling of 3D target objects when cooperates with the panoramic cameras and point cloud recognition algorithms rapidly. This technology is expected to get important applications in the fields of artificial intelligence, lighting, intelligent security, automatic driving, drones, electronic consumption and so on. (Reported by LI, Zile)


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https://www.nature.com/articles/s41377-018-0064-3