Singular optics & random media

Singular optics & random media

Smart light-beam manipulation through biological tissues can be achieved by exploiting the correlation properties in their transmission matrix. In our works, we mostly focused upon

  • Topological correlations in the random speckle fields generated by diffusers
  • Spectral correlation properties of forward scattering media

These fundamental studies are the corner stones for the development of novel imaging capabilities.

Spectral correlations in forward scattering media

Three-dimensional broadband light beam manipulation in forward scattering samples,
Payvand Arjmand, Ori Katz, Sylvain Gigan, Marc Guillon, Opt. Express 29(5), 6563 (2021)

Chromato-axial memory effect through a forward scattering slab,
L. Zhu,
J. Boutet de Monvel, P. Berto, S. Brasselet, S. Gigan, M. Guillon,
Optica 7(4),
338 (2020)

Focusing large spectral bandwidth through scattering media,
A.G. Vesga, M. Hofer, N.K. Balla, H.B. De Aguiar, M. Guillon, S. Brasselet,
Opt. Express 27(20)
, 28384 (2019)

Topological manipulation of speckles through diffusers

Topological transformations of speckles,
J. Gateau, F. Claude, G; Tessier, M. Guillon, Optica 7, 914-920 (2019)

Complementary speckle patterns: deterministic interchange of intrinsic vortices and maxima through scattering media,
J. Gateau,
H. Rigneault, M. Guillon, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 043903 (2017); (arXiv:1607.06722)

Super-resolution imaging of optical vortices in a speckle pattern,
M. Pascucci,
G. Tessier, V. Emiliani, M. Guillon, Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 093904 (2016).