Does anyone else think it would be nice/helpful to have a new subsection under the physics section named "Laser Physics & Optics" or alternatively "Photonics". It seems all the core physics sections are there except that. You could argue that it falls under "general physics" but Laser physics is a very well accepted topic on its own like "quantum" and "relativity". Thats my opinion anyway...I'm always jumping between different forums to post topics relating to photonics and so forth. My proposal is based on the fact that "general physics" does not always include users with engineering application to physical optics systems nor an understanding of Electro-Optic devices. Vice-Versa with Engineering, not many engineers are taught advanced nonlinear optics and its practical implementation, but are however taught the 'linear' theory of optics. Express your opinions HERE!