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Nonlinear Ghost Imaging For waveform control, Imaging and Communications

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Terahertz Nonlinear Ghost Imaging is a novel approach that allows for the spatial-temporal sampling of objects with a resolution beyond the diffraction limit, we have applied this technique to a wide variety of applications from sub-wavelength THz hyperspectral imaging, and waveform control via scattering media to configurable THz links. The seminar will explore the ramifications of this concept in several experimental and theoretical scenarios investigated at the Emergent Photonics Research Centre.

This talk is part of the Metamaterials and Nanophotonics Group Seminars series.

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