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Quantifying quantum weirdness for practical purposes

How weird can quantum effects be and can we put such weirdness to good use? A team led by experts at The University of N…

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Optical Clocks Synched to Femtoseconds -- Through the Air

NIST researchers have devised a way to synchronize the time of two different clocks – separated by as much as 4 km of op…

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Scientists at TU Delft take next step towards observing quantum physics in real life

To efficiently monitor the motion of the membranes with a laser they need to be extremely reflective. In such a thin str…

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Quantum computing closer as RMIT drives towards first quantum data bus

RMIT researchers have trialled a quantum processor capable of routing quantum information from different locations, in a critical breakthrough for quantum computing.

RMIT University researchers have trialled a quantum processor capable of routing quantum information from different loca…

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Measuring the heat capacity of condensed light

Method developed at the University of Bonn can be used to produce ultra-precise thermometers

Light consists of tiny indivisible portions, the photons. Under certain conditions, they, too, can condense, if they are…

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More Photons!

Nanoantennas shift saturation and bleaching limits.

The saturation limited photon stream restricts the maximal attainable enhancement. Now, researchers have challenged this…

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Developments in On-Axis InSb Crystal Growth for Volume Manufacturing of High-Performance Wafer Substrates

How 5N Plus’ approach means higher infrared FPA yields and lower engineering costs

The team at 5N Plus was highly motivated to tackle the challenges of on-axis crystal growth and develop a more controlle…

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Controlling integrated optical circuits using patterns of light

Researchers have devised a new approach for controlling light in a silicon chip by bringing the concept of spatial light…

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Nature Photonics: Light Source for Quicker Computer Chips

Waveguide with Integrated Carbon Nanotubes for Conversion of Electric Signals into Light / Quicker Computer Chips Are Feasible / Publication in Nature Photonics

Researchers under the direction of KIT have now demonstrated that carbon nanotubes are suited for use as on-chip light s…

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UNIST to Engineer Ultracompact Si-based Photonic Resonators

Opening the door to ultracompact devices exploiting functional fluids.

A team of researchers has announced that they have successfully developed a core material to downsize the silicon photon…

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New Nanodevice Shifts Light's Color at Single-Photon Level

Converting a single photon from one color, or frequency, to another is an essential tool in quantum communication, which…

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ISP Optics introduces IR Product Line for Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs)

The QCL market segment is growing four times faster than the total laser market

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Advance in creating atomically thin electronic and optical devices

A future generation of atomically thin optoelectronics devices, including transistors, photodetectors and solar cells, i…

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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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