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21 September 2020 Future Horizons for Photonics Research: 2030 and Beyond
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We present a vision for the future of photonics, identifying the key topics that will be the focus of research a decade or more from now. Based on the collective input of 26 of the UK’s leading photonics academics, 70 key topics are highlighted for future research focus across materials, optical and physical phenomena, future manufacturing processes, device and systems. This unique horizon scanning exercise, jointly published with the All Party Parliamentary Group on Photonics and Quantum, aims to stimulate engagement from government, funding agencies and industry to shape future innovation strategy and to inspire the next generation of researchers.
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John R. Lincoln, Natalie V. Wheeler, Richard M. Carter, Robert Richards, and Katarzyna Balakier "Future Horizons for Photonics Research: 2030 and Beyond", Proc. SPIE 11572, SPIE Remote Sensing Industry Talks, 1157204 (21 September 2020);

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