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Less Jitter, More Bits: New Material for Detecting Photons Captures More Quantum Information

Detecting individual particles of light just got a bit more precise—by 74 picoseconds to be exact—thanks to advances in …

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Clearing the way for Floquet-Bloch states

Team demonstrates pure quantum-mechanical mixture of electrons and photons in the solid topological insulator bismuth selenide.

Floquet-Bloch states, occurring on incredibly fast time scales, are observed using an experimental technique called time…

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Cold fermions keep distance from each other

Scientists at MPQ observe “Pauli blocking” between fermionic lithium atoms in an optical lattice

The new technique offers a variety of new possibilities for further experiments with quantum many-body systems made of f…

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Element Six introduces Diamond PureOptics - The first all-diamond optic delivering order of magnitude higher performance for high power laser systems

Using Meta-surfaces Etched into Diamond Eliminates the Need for Thin Film Coatings, Enabling More Than 10 Times Increase in Damage Thresholds for Applications Including EUV Lithography

Due to a combination of superlative thermal, mechanical and optical properties, diamond grown by chemical vapor depositi…

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Time-resolved measurement of the anomalous velocity

Movement of charge carriers perpendicular to an electric driving field in a solid state system detected for the first time with sub-picosecond time resolution

For this purpose a semiconductor made of GaAs was excited by means of an optical femtosecond laser and a pulsed high-fre…

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NEW TRACKS LAID IN QUEST FOR FRONTIER OF NEW MATERIALS

Physicists discover novel behaviours of materials that could enhance telecommunications technology.

New developments in photonic devices rely on fundamental physics and complex chemistry to extract the maximum efficiency…

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Circular Polarizer Infrared Device

Plasmonics Research Published in CNF Cornell’s “The NanoMeter”

The CPIR device conceived by Plasmonics consists of a ground plane, a linear polarizer, and the meander line structures …

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This article can be printed on a hair

The intensity of the laser beam determines which colours are printed on the surface, since the extent of column deformat…

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Whispering gallery modes in Silicon nanocones intensify luminescence

This phenomenon is known as the Purcell Effect in the field. If a light source is located in an optical resonator, spont…

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JKU Develops Adaptive, Intelligent Color Sensor

The measurement signal in each layer is similar to that in a computer tomography but the difference is that light is cap…

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A Quantum Pump for Ultracold Atoms

Scientists from Munich realize a dynamic version of the quantum Hall effect in optical superlattices

Ultracold atoms in optical lattices constitute an almost ideal model system for such experiments since they can be contr…

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Engineers demo first processor that uses light for ultrafast communications

Engineers have successfully married electrons and photons within a single-chip microprocessor, a landmark development th…

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Faster entanglement of distant quantum dots

Entanglement between distant quantum objects is an important ingredient for future information technologies. Researchers…

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Uncrackable quantum cryptography over ‘doubled’ distances

Making it possible in the near future to link metropolises within an 800 km radius in an all-photonic way without quantum repeaters

The all-photonic intercity QKD protocol bridges a large technological gap between intracity QKD links with conventional …

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Alluxa, Inc, the leading provider of high performance thin film optical coatings is proud to announce that it has received ISO 9001:2008 certification

Quality has always been the top priority at Alluxa, and our growing team is committed to continuously improving quality,…

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Newly Developed Liquid Crystal Elastomer Material Could Enable Advanced Sensors, Kent State Researchers Say

Newly Developed Liquid Crystal Elastomer Material Could Enable Advanced Sensors, Kent State Researchers Say

The liquid crystal acts as both the distributed cavity host and the active medium. Simple optical pumping of such a samp…

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Realization of Reference-frame-independent Measurement-Device-independent quantum key distribution

The result shows this novel scheme can fundamentally reduce the requirements of phase reference frame calibrating, and a…

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Ringing in a New Way to Measure and Modulate Trapped Light

Researchers working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology have developed a novel way to noninvasively me…

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Optical funnel for nano particles

New method promises precise delivery of bio samples into X-ray beams for analysis

The funnel consists of a specially shaped light beam that traps particles at its centre. In contrast to conventional opt…

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Photonics and Tomatoes

The SLN facility at ICFO collaborates with CRAG to analyze the ripening process of tomatoes.

In order to fully understand the process of ripening in fruit and the behavior of the carotenoid gene expression in resp…

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