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Freeform optical device packs more punch in a smaller package

The device is a type of spectrometer—an optical instrument that takes light and breaks it down into components to reveal…

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Opto-mechanical technique circumvents mechanical losses using the action of light

A research collaboration has revealed a new technique by which scattering of sound waves from disorder in a material can…

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Compact Accelerators: Inspecting Matter Using Terahertz Light

Using the FLUTE linear accelerator, KIT researchers explore technologies for tomorrow’s accelerators and the application of terahertz radiation in science, industry, and medicine

As a research infrastructure, FLUTE will also be used for the development of terahertz radiation measuring methods that …

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UCF Researchers Set Record for Fastest Light Pulse — Again

As reported today in Nature Communication, the pulses Chang has now demonstrated are not just shorter in duration, but a…

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ITMO Scientists Develop New Polymer Holograms

The interference pattern is created by nanoparticles that move inside the material due to polymerization. The chemical p…

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TECHSPEC® Precision Ultraviolet Mirrors offered with new Vacuum UV enhanced coating

VUV Coating has optimized reflection from 120nm to the LWIR

TECHSPEC® Precision Ultraviolet Mirrors with a DUV coating offer excellent reflection from 190nm to the long wave infrar…

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Quantum magnets doped with holes

MPQ-scientists reveal hidden magnetic order in one-dimensional quantum crystals doped with holes.

The quantum crystals were prepared by chains of ultracold atoms in an optical lattice. The observation was made possible…

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Single-photon emitter has promise for quantum info-processing

The Laboratory has produced the first known material capable of single-photon emission at room temperature and at telecommunications wavelengths.

These carbon nanotube quantum light emitters may be important for optically-based quantum information processing and inf…

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Detecting radio waves with entangled atoms

Ultra-sensitive receiver also blocks unwanted signals.

They use highly sensitive, nondestructive measurements to entangle the atoms, while maintaining their collective coheren…

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Quantum mechanical properties of entangled photon pairs in a dispersion medium

Senior APRI researcher Dr. Hoonsoo Kang's article on quantum mechanical properties of entangled photon pairs in a dispersion medium is mentioned in Spotlight on Optics

Noticed in 1990, the dispersion cancellation effect is a phenomenon in which the correlation is preserved even after a p…

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Simulating the quantum world with electron traps

Researchers exert precise control over individual electrons to create an artificial material.

Researchers have now demonstrated a method that is both effective and can be scaled up to larger numbers of quantum dots…

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LioniX International and Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute intensify collaboration of their PIC platforms

Combining the functionalities of both platforms enables new applications varying from telecom, datacom to bio-photonics,…

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Optaglio brings 3D animations between security elements

OPTAGLIO´s security elements are created with electron beam lithography with extremely high resolution, more than 2,5 mi…

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Magnon circular birefringence: polarization rotation of spin waves and its applications

Such an effect specifically appearing under a finite external magnetic field is the Faraday effect, where light polariza…

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Amplification on a chip: Research raises hope for erbium-based integrated photonics device

An Arizona State University researcher has made another breakthrough using the rare-earth metal erbium as the gain mater…

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Beware doping athletes! This sensor may be your downfall

New optical device could help detect drugs, bomb-making chemicals and more

This new optical device has the potential to improve our abilities to detect all sorts of biological and chemical sample…

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Experimental method measures quantum coherence, the ability of being in two states at once

Researchers at the UAB have come up with a method that allows measuring the strength of the coherence of a quantum state…

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Broadband light sources with liquid core

Jena scientists generate supercontinuum light source using liquid core optical fibers and reveal a new type of soliton dynamics

The researchers pumped a hybrid waveguide with an ultrafast, intense laser pulse and produced a very broad light spectru…

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Photon triplets pave way for multi-photon entanglement

Researchers experimentally demonstrated the creation of photon triplets, correlated by time, using a quantum dot molecul…

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Ultracold molecules hold promise for quantum computing

New approach yields long-lasting configurations that could provide long-sought “qubit” material.

Researchers have taken an important step toward the long-sought goal of a quantum computer, which in theory should be ca…

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