On your wavelength is a (physics) podcast where we discuss a paper published recently in a Nature Portfolio journal.  We invite the author(s) and the editor of the paper for an interview, and explore the story behind the paper, including the conception of the research and aspects that you do not find written in the publication — essentially, an account of the ‘scientific journey’ of the paper until completion. We also go through the editorial process with the editor to give a different point of view and discuss post-publication content (if any) and future outlooks.

During this episode, we will talk about neuromorphic computing, which can be interpreted as biologically inspired computing facilitated by deep learning algorithms. The paper we will discuss brings the implementation of this new way of computing one step closer to real-world devices. The authors use light and a clever filtering system that could allow high-bandwidth communications and high-speed imaging.

Authors: Adonis Bogris, University of West Attica, Greece & Charis Mesaritakis, University of the Aegean, Greece

Editor: Miranda VinayCommunications Engineering

Host: Cristiano MatricardiNature Communications