ISSN 0253-2778

CN 34-1054/N

Open AccessOpen Access JUSTC Information Science

Generation and application of petal-like structured light based on spatial light modulator

Cite this:
https://doi.org/10.52396/JUST-2021-0032
  • Received Date: 28 January 2021
  • Rev Recd Date: 05 April 2021
  • Publish Date: 31 October 2021
  • The phase hologram of petal-like structured light is realized by the circular arrangement of the sector phase mask obtained from the one-dimensional Airy beam.Femtosecond laser is reflected by the spatial light modulator encoded with the designed phase hologram, and then passes through a lens. In this way, petal-like light is formed in the focal plane of the lens. With the proposed phase generation method, one can conveniently adjust the number of lobes of the light field. By introducing the vortex phase in the central region of the phase hologram, the intensity of the structured light can be freely tuned. The microstructures array is prepared by two-photon polymerization with generated structured light. The particle capture experiment enabled by the microstructure array is carried out, and the experimental result unfolds the potential application of the structured light in microfluidic chips.
    The phase hologram of petal-like structured light is realized by the circular arrangement of the sector phase mask obtained from the one-dimensional Airy beam.Femtosecond laser is reflected by the spatial light modulator encoded with the designed phase hologram, and then passes through a lens. In this way, petal-like light is formed in the focal plane of the lens. With the proposed phase generation method, one can conveniently adjust the number of lobes of the light field. By introducing the vortex phase in the central region of the phase hologram, the intensity of the structured light can be freely tuned. The microstructures array is prepared by two-photon polymerization with generated structured light. The particle capture experiment enabled by the microstructure array is carried out, and the experimental result unfolds the potential application of the structured light in microfluidic chips.
  • loading
  • [1]
    Berry M V, Balazs N L. Nonspreading wave packets. America Journal of Physics, 1979, 47(3): 264-267.
    [2]
    Siviloglou G A, Broky J Dogariu A, et al. Observation of acceleration Airy beams. Physical Review Letters, 2007, 99(21): 213901.
    [3]
    Christodoulides D N, Siviloglou G A. Accelerating finite energy Airy beams. Optics Letters, 2007, 32(8): 979-981.
    [4]
    Zhang P, Prakash J, Zhang Z, et al. Trapping and guiding microparticles with morphing autofocusing Airy beams. Optics Letters, 2011, 36(15): 2883-2885.
    [5]
    Mathis A, Courvoisier F, Froehly L, et al. Micromachining along a curve: Femtosecond laser micromachining of curved profiles in diamond and silicon using accelerating beams. Applied Physics Letters, 2012, 101(7): 07110.
    [6]
    Cai Z, Qi X B, Pan D, et al. Dynamic Airy imaging through high-efficiency broadband phase microelements by femtosecond laser direct writing. Photonics Research, 2020, 8(6): 875-883.
    [7]
    Wu D, Xu J, Niu L G, et al. In-channel integration of designable microoptical devices using flat scaffold-supported femtosecond-laser microfabrication for coupling-free optofluidic cell counting. Light: Science & Applications, 2015, 4: e228.
    [8]
    Xu B, Shi Y, Lao Z X, et al. Real-time two-photon lithography in controlled flow to create a single microparticle array and particle-cluster array for optofluidic imaging. Lab on a Chip, 2018, 18(3):442-450.
    [9]
    Hu Y, Chen Y, Ma J, et al. High-efficiency fabrication of aspheric microlens arrays by holographic femtosecond laser induced photo polymerization. Applied Physics Letters, 2013, 103(14): 270-276.
    [10]
    Turner M D, Saha M, Zhang Q M, et al. Miniture chiral beamsplitter on gyroid photonic crystals. Nature Phonotics, 2013, 7: 801-805.
    [11]
    Gissibl T, Thiele S, Herkommer A, et al. Two-photon direct laser writing of ultracompact multi-lens objectives. Nature Photonics, 2016, 10: 554-560.
    [12]
    Green B J, Panagiotakopoulou M, Pramotton F M, et al. Pore shape defines paths of metastatic cell migration. Nano Letters, 2018, 18(3): 2140-2147.
    [13]
    Barner-Kowolli C, Bastmeyer M, Blasco E, et al. 3D laser micro- and nanoprinting: Challenges for chemistry. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2017, 56(50):15828-15845.
    [14]
    Hipler M, Lemma E D, Bertels S, et al. 3D scafflolds to study basic cell biology. Advanced Materials, 2019,31(26): 1808110.1-1808110.5.
    [15]
    Gittard S D, Nguyen A, Obata K, et al. Fabrication of microscale medical devices by two-photon polymerization with multiple foci via a spatial light modulator. Biomedical Optics Express, 2011, 2(11):3167-3178.
    [16]
    Hu Y L, Feng W F, Xue C, et al. Self-assembled micropillars fabricated by holographic femtosecond multifoci beams for in-situ trapping of microparticles. Optics Letters, 2020, 45(17): 4698-4701.
    [17]
    Yang D, Liu L, Gong Q, et al. Rapid two-photon polymerization of an arbitrary 3D microstructure with 3D focal field engineering. Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 2019, 40(8): 201900041.
    [18]
    Wu P F, Ke X Z, Song Q Q. Realization of experiment on auto-focusing array airy beam. Chinese Journal of Lasers, 2018, 45(6): 0605002.
    [19]
    Ni J C, Wang C W, Zhang C C, et al. Three-dimensional chiral microstructures fabricated by structured optical vortices in isotropic material. Light: science & Applications, 2017, 6(7): e17011.
    [20]
    Martella D, Nocentini S, Nuzhdin D, et al. Photonic microhand with autonomous action. Advanced Materials, 2017, 29(42): 1704047.1-1704047.8.
    [21]
    Ashkin A. Optical trapping and manipulation of neutral particles using lasers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 1997, 94(10): 4853-4860.
    [22]
    Curtis J E, Koss B A, Grier D G. Dynamic holographic optical tweezers. Optics, Communications, 2002, 207(1-6): 169-175.
    [23]
    Azam A, Laflin K E, Jamal M, et al. Self-folding micropatterned polymeric containers. Biomedical Microdevices, 2011, 13(1): 51-58.
    [24]
    Sakar M S , Steager E B , Kim D H , et al. Single cell manipulation using ferromagnetic composite microtransporters. Applied Physics Letters, 2010, 96(4): 04375.1-04375.3.
    [25]
    Hu Y, Lao Z, Cumming B P, et al. Laser printing hierarchical structures with the aid of controlled capillary-driven self-assembly. Proc. Natl. Acad. USA, 2015, 112(22): 6876-6881.
    [26]
    Ni J, Wang Z, Li Z, et al. Multifurcate assembly of slanted micropillars fabricated by superposition of optical vortices and application in high-efficiency trapping microparticles. Advanced Functional Materials, 2017, 27(45): 1701939.1-1701939.8.
    [27]
    Lao Z, Pan D, Yuan H, et al. Mechanical-tunable capillary-force driven self-assembled hierarchical structures on soft substrate. ACS Nano, 2018, 12(10): 10142-10150.
  • 加载中

Catalog

    [1]
    Berry M V, Balazs N L. Nonspreading wave packets. America Journal of Physics, 1979, 47(3): 264-267.
    [2]
    Siviloglou G A, Broky J Dogariu A, et al. Observation of acceleration Airy beams. Physical Review Letters, 2007, 99(21): 213901.
    [3]
    Christodoulides D N, Siviloglou G A. Accelerating finite energy Airy beams. Optics Letters, 2007, 32(8): 979-981.
    [4]
    Zhang P, Prakash J, Zhang Z, et al. Trapping and guiding microparticles with morphing autofocusing Airy beams. Optics Letters, 2011, 36(15): 2883-2885.
    [5]
    Mathis A, Courvoisier F, Froehly L, et al. Micromachining along a curve: Femtosecond laser micromachining of curved profiles in diamond and silicon using accelerating beams. Applied Physics Letters, 2012, 101(7): 07110.
    [6]
    Cai Z, Qi X B, Pan D, et al. Dynamic Airy imaging through high-efficiency broadband phase microelements by femtosecond laser direct writing. Photonics Research, 2020, 8(6): 875-883.
    [7]
    Wu D, Xu J, Niu L G, et al. In-channel integration of designable microoptical devices using flat scaffold-supported femtosecond-laser microfabrication for coupling-free optofluidic cell counting. Light: Science & Applications, 2015, 4: e228.
    [8]
    Xu B, Shi Y, Lao Z X, et al. Real-time two-photon lithography in controlled flow to create a single microparticle array and particle-cluster array for optofluidic imaging. Lab on a Chip, 2018, 18(3):442-450.
    [9]
    Hu Y, Chen Y, Ma J, et al. High-efficiency fabrication of aspheric microlens arrays by holographic femtosecond laser induced photo polymerization. Applied Physics Letters, 2013, 103(14): 270-276.
    [10]
    Turner M D, Saha M, Zhang Q M, et al. Miniture chiral beamsplitter on gyroid photonic crystals. Nature Phonotics, 2013, 7: 801-805.
    [11]
    Gissibl T, Thiele S, Herkommer A, et al. Two-photon direct laser writing of ultracompact multi-lens objectives. Nature Photonics, 2016, 10: 554-560.
    [12]
    Green B J, Panagiotakopoulou M, Pramotton F M, et al. Pore shape defines paths of metastatic cell migration. Nano Letters, 2018, 18(3): 2140-2147.
    [13]
    Barner-Kowolli C, Bastmeyer M, Blasco E, et al. 3D laser micro- and nanoprinting: Challenges for chemistry. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2017, 56(50):15828-15845.
    [14]
    Hipler M, Lemma E D, Bertels S, et al. 3D scafflolds to study basic cell biology. Advanced Materials, 2019,31(26): 1808110.1-1808110.5.
    [15]
    Gittard S D, Nguyen A, Obata K, et al. Fabrication of microscale medical devices by two-photon polymerization with multiple foci via a spatial light modulator. Biomedical Optics Express, 2011, 2(11):3167-3178.
    [16]
    Hu Y L, Feng W F, Xue C, et al. Self-assembled micropillars fabricated by holographic femtosecond multifoci beams for in-situ trapping of microparticles. Optics Letters, 2020, 45(17): 4698-4701.
    [17]
    Yang D, Liu L, Gong Q, et al. Rapid two-photon polymerization of an arbitrary 3D microstructure with 3D focal field engineering. Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 2019, 40(8): 201900041.
    [18]
    Wu P F, Ke X Z, Song Q Q. Realization of experiment on auto-focusing array airy beam. Chinese Journal of Lasers, 2018, 45(6): 0605002.
    [19]
    Ni J C, Wang C W, Zhang C C, et al. Three-dimensional chiral microstructures fabricated by structured optical vortices in isotropic material. Light: science & Applications, 2017, 6(7): e17011.
    [20]
    Martella D, Nocentini S, Nuzhdin D, et al. Photonic microhand with autonomous action. Advanced Materials, 2017, 29(42): 1704047.1-1704047.8.
    [21]
    Ashkin A. Optical trapping and manipulation of neutral particles using lasers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 1997, 94(10): 4853-4860.
    [22]
    Curtis J E, Koss B A, Grier D G. Dynamic holographic optical tweezers. Optics, Communications, 2002, 207(1-6): 169-175.
    [23]
    Azam A, Laflin K E, Jamal M, et al. Self-folding micropatterned polymeric containers. Biomedical Microdevices, 2011, 13(1): 51-58.
    [24]
    Sakar M S , Steager E B , Kim D H , et al. Single cell manipulation using ferromagnetic composite microtransporters. Applied Physics Letters, 2010, 96(4): 04375.1-04375.3.
    [25]
    Hu Y, Lao Z, Cumming B P, et al. Laser printing hierarchical structures with the aid of controlled capillary-driven self-assembly. Proc. Natl. Acad. USA, 2015, 112(22): 6876-6881.
    [26]
    Ni J, Wang Z, Li Z, et al. Multifurcate assembly of slanted micropillars fabricated by superposition of optical vortices and application in high-efficiency trapping microparticles. Advanced Functional Materials, 2017, 27(45): 1701939.1-1701939.8.
    [27]
    Lao Z, Pan D, Yuan H, et al. Mechanical-tunable capillary-force driven self-assembled hierarchical structures on soft substrate. ACS Nano, 2018, 12(10): 10142-10150.

    Article Metrics

    Article views (157) PDF downloads(187)
    Proportional views

    /

    DownLoad:  Full-Size Img  PowerPoint
    Return
    Return