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UCSB Becomes West Coast Hub for National Photonics Manufacturing Institute

A robust integrated photonics manufacturing industry would boost the economy and result in energy-efficient, higher-performance computing and telecommunications

A robust integrated photonics manufacturing industry would boost the economy and result in energy-efficient, higher-perf…

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Quantum speed up in an optical cavity

USING THE ENVIRONMENT TO PROVIDE FAST CONTROL OF AN ATOM-OPTICAL SYSTEM

The quantum speed limit describes the maximum rate at which a quantum system, here the quantized field of the optical ca…

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Drawing a line between quantum and classical: Bell’s Inequality fails test as boundary

In the new paper, published in the July 20 edition of Optica, University of Rochester researchers show that a classical …

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Superfast Fluorescence Sets New Speed Record

Plasmonic device has speed and efficiency to serve optical computers

Researchers have developed an ultrafast light-emitting device that can flip on and off 90 billion times a second and cou…

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Quantum networks: Back and forth are not equal distances!

Researchers at the Niels Bohr Institute have developed a photonic chip, in which a light source – a so-called quantum do…

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ORNL researchers make scalable arrays of ‘building blocks’ for ultrathin electronics

The researchers first grew single, nanometer-thick layers of molybdenum diselenide crystals on substrates and then depos…

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Beam It Up Densely: Transporting Quantum Information Without Moving Matter

Stony Brook physicist and colleagues demonstrate “superdense teleportation” method works

The researchers developed entangled elementary particles – in this case photons, the smallest units of light – to transm…

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Changing the color of light

UD team awarded $1 million Keck Foundation grant for novel research on light

They want to design a new kind of semiconductor nanostructure that will act like a ratchet. It will absorb two red photo…

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Penn Researchers Discover New Chiral Property of Silicon, With Photonic Applications

Light that is polarized clockwise causes current to flow in one direction, while counter-clockwise polarized light makes…

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Engineers give invisibility cloaks a slimmer design

Many cloaks are lossy because they are made with metal particles, which absorb light. The researchers report that one of…

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Researchers demonstrated the first realization of invisible absorbers and sensors

Absorbers are completely transparent at non-operational frequencies.

The researchers at the Aalto University Department of Radio Science and Engineering have demonstrated the first realizat…

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Graphene gets competition

Layered semiconducting black arsenic phosphorus as an alternative to silicon

With an arsenic concentration of 83 percent the material exhibits an extremely small band gap of only 0.15 electron volt…

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Trapped Light Orbits Within an Intriguing Material

Light becomes trapped as it orbits within tiny granules of a crystalline material that has increasingly intrigued physic…

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Lambda Research Corporation Announces Current Release of TracePro® Version 7.6

The latest release, TracePro v7.6, includes the capability to create repetitive features on curved surfaces, new diffuse…

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Breakthrough in fibre optics opens up possibility of better understanding of disease and communication revolution

Particles of light can, in principle, carry and deliver an unlimited amount of information between two remote places. Th…

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NOVA extends its optical CD portfolio with new metrology solution for advanced technology nodes

Tight collaboration with leading customers yields a state of the art standalone product for the most challenging 3D wafer fabrication processes

With its unique optical technology, combining high precision, superior accuracy and new channels of information, the Hel…

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Solving mysteries of conductivity in polymers

Materials seen as promising for optoelectronics and thermoelectric devices finally yield their secrets.

Materials seen as promising for optoelectronics and thermoelectric devices finally yield their secrets

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Nanoscale light-emitting device has big profile

University of Wisconsin-Madison engineers have created a nanoscale device that can emit light as powerfully as an object…

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The quantum physics of artificial light harvesting

How molecular vibrations make photosynthesis efficient

The studied artificial light harvester is a supramolecule, consisting of hundreds of thousands of light absorbing molecu…

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A graphene-based sensor that is tunable and highly sensitive

Researchers at EPFL and ICFO have developed a sensor made from graphene to detect molecules such as proteins and drugs. …

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