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Centering measurement of lens systems for serial production

The new measurement principle is based on a high-precision linear axis that serves as a reference for the system. In add…

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Off-Axis Parabolic First Surface Metal Mirrors Free of Aberrations across Broadband Range

Solid metal design for unsurpassed thermal conductivity

Off-Axis Parabolic First Surface Metal Mirrors feature a solid metal design and use no adhesives for excellent thermal c…

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Frequency combs: on-chip integration on track

EPFL scientists have found a way to miniaturize frequency combs, realizing a new step toward miniaturization of such too…

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Zygo Introduces Miniature Optical Position Sensor

Zygo Corporation Introduces Miniature Optical Position Sensor for High-Precision Motion Sensing and Positioning Applications

The ZPS system enables high-precision measurement and positional control for advanced applications, such as deformable o…

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First ever blueprint unveiled to construct a large scale quantum computer

An international team, led by a scientist from the University of Sussex, have unveiled the first practical blueprint for…

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Taming complexity

The program developed by Carleo and Troyer uses simplified parameters to simulate a certain quantum mechanical system an…

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Sorting machine for atoms

The proposal by Bonn-based researchers could push the development of future quantum computers a crucial step forward. Th…

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Wave of the future: Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter

The system is realized in the same silicon chip technology that powers all modern electronic devices from smartphones to…

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Large groups of individual photons now available on demand – an equivalent of photonic ‘integrated circuit’

Completely secure, high-speed quantum communication, or even a model of quantum computer, may be among the possible appl…

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Surprising spin behavior at room temperature

circularly polarized room-temperature electroluminescence from spin-polarized light-emitting diodes

This behavior indicates the presence of spin-dependent nonlinear processes, which may allow the development of semicondu…

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Quantum optical sensor for the first time tested in space – with a laser system from Berlin

The MAIUS mission demonstrates that quantum optical sensors can be operated even in harsh environments like space – a pr…

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Flat lens opens a broad world of color

First metalens to work across a continuous bandwidth allows new control of light

The team has developed the first flat lens that works within a continual bandwidth of colors, from blue to green. This b…

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D-Wave Announces D-Wave 2000Q Quantum Computer and First System Order

Latest generation system, available this quarter for shipment, solves larger problems faster

D-Wave's leap from 1000 qubits to 2000 qubits is a major technical achievement and an important advance for the emerging…

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New ‘needle pulse’ beam pattern packs a punch

Industrial applications might include any form of laser materials processing that involves putting as much light as poss…

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Protecting quantum computing networks against hacking threats

For the first time, Professor Karimi’s team was able to clone the photons that transmit information, namely the single c…

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Quantum RAM: modelling the big questions with the very small

The team constructed a proof-of-principle quantum simulator using a photon – a single particle of light – interacting wi…

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Thin, flexible, light-absorbent material could be used in energy and stealth applications

The absorber relies on optical phenomena known as surface plasmon resonances, which are collective movements of free ele…

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Colours of light revealed in time-stretch breakthrough

Professor Thomson and his team have created a new way to analyse these colours, using advanced photonic devices, such as…

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Cleaning up quantum devices

The advancement of quantum computing faces a tremendous challenge in improving the reproducibility and robustness of qua…

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RESEARCHERS TRANSMIT 10 BIT OF INFORMATION WITH A SINGLE PHOTON

Using an innovative method, University of Twente researchers have now managed to transmit no less than 10.5 bits of info…

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