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Peculiar Property of an Optical Metamaterial Having a Zero-Refractive Index has been Theoretically Demonstrated

The Material May be Applicable to the Development of New Optical Elements and Photonic Integrated Circuits

A material having zero refractive index allows light to travel at a constant phase, thus making light to be guided even …

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Nature Communications: Laser source for biosensors

KIT Researchers for the First time integrate organic lasers on a silicon photonic chip -- publication in nature communications

This is the first time organic lasers were integrated on a single silicon photonic chip

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Physicists build engine consisting of one atom

World’s smallest heat engine uses just a single particle

A team of researchers used a Paul trap to capture a single electrically charged calcium atom. This atom can be heated wi…

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Additive Manufacturing of Lens Mounts for Micro-Optics

Nanoscribe’s 3D printer offers a state-of-the-art solution to product developers providing access to the highest-resolut…

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Three-way battles in the quantum world

In phase transitions, for instance between water and water vapour, the motional energy competes with the attractive ener…

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DSI® Introduces Sunshade - Thermally Insulating, Broadband Electromagnetic Window for Satellite Systems

The unique electromagnetic thin film solution for satellite systems is manufactured with non-metallic coatings and has n…

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Terahertz Modulation of UV Light by Graphene Nano-ribbon

Simulating the feasibility of a terahertz radiation device

This simulation shows that the intensity of UV light passing through a graphene nano-ribbon is modulated with the freque…

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Research team reports new approach to simulating nanoscale heat transfer

The team is developing tools to study phonon scattering so that the size, shape, and composition of nanoparticles can be…

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Researcher earns Air Force grant to conceptualize how 'metamaterials' might change from one moment to the next

Metamaterials are engineered to manipulate electromagnetic radiation — such as radio waves, microwaves, visible light or…

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TECHSPEC® First Surface Mirrors provide 4-6 λ surface flatness with maximum durability

Newly expanded mirror line features Protected Silver Coatings

First Surface Mirrors are available in circular, square and rectangular dimensions. The rectangular mirrors are ideally …

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A twist on Hanbury Brown -- Twiss interferometry offers new approach for remote sensing

Could a new take on this classical experiment also offer a new way to detect rotating black holes?

A lot of the experiments that involving twisted light are done with lasers - coherent sources of light - and often rely …

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Optical approach offers faster and less expensive method for carbon dating

New highly sensitive spectroscopy method could offer on-site carbon dating and greenhouse gas measurements

As the light repeatedly bounces between the mirrors, the radiocarbon molecules in the cavity absorb some of the light. T…

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Crumpling approach enhances photodetectors' light responsivity

Researchers have demonstrated a new approach to modifying the light absorption and stretchability of atomically thin two…

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Anti counterfeit hologram could end manufacturers' nightmare

Researchers at Heriot-Watt are developing a tamper-proof hologram that could replace serial numbers and barcodes, reduci…

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Quantum Simulation 2.0: Atoms Chat Long Distance

For the first time, the physicists were able to quantitatively measure long-range interactions between magnetic atoms in…

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From IT to black holes: nano-control of light pioneers new paths

An Australian research team has created a breakthrough chip for the nano-manipulation of light, paving the way for next …

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The beginning of commercial quamtum technology

So far, quantum physics has mainly been a theoretical discipline. Now, a major EURO 10,7 million investment by Innovatio…

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Stabilizing quantum bits

Feedback technique used on diamond “qubits” could make quantum computing more practical.

MIT researchers describe a new approach to preserving superposition in a class of quantum devices built from synthetic d…

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Rapid comparison of optical lattice clocks

Swift, ultra-precise measurements of frequency ratios may open new windows on physical world

The accuracy of such clocks has reached a point where comparing clocks becomes a challenge in itself. The research grou…

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Advancing quantum technologies one chip at a time

Researchers have successfully integrated an on-demand light source in a silicon-based chip, the first fully integrated q…

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