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Better Nanoimages 'Spin' The Path to Improved Magnetic Memory

To realize the promise of MRAM, researchers are probing the nanometer-scale magnetic structure of thin metal films that …

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Quantum Key System Could Make Mobile Transactions Far More Secure

Prototype device communicates rapidly and securely with a receiver using unbreakable light-based encryption

For the first time, researchers have demonstrated a prototype device that can send unbreakable secret keys from a handhe…

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How can a quantum machine learn another quantum system?

In this work, a reprogrammable two-qubit silicon quantum photonic processor is characterised and certified with the use …

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How photons change chemistry

Theoretical description of molecules under the influence of quantized light.

In this work, the reaction was assisted by a few photons in the optical cavity, which allowed for lower laser intensitie…

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Quantum movement of electrons between atomic layers shows potential application of van der Waals materials for electronics and photonics

The KU researchers used a laser pulse of 100 femtosecond duration to liberate some of the electrons in the top

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Spin-resolved oscilloscope for charge and spin signals

Basic measuring instrument for future plasmonics and spintronics

The coupling of light and electronic charges in plasmonics will pave the way for ultra-high-speed information processing…

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Imaging at the speed of light

In a paper published in the Nature journal Light: Science & Applications, the group introduced a scattered-light imaging…

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New Technologies for Astronomical Research

DFG supports development of micro-optical systems for use in astronomical instruments

The researchers will design and test components that can efficiently rearrange the light of stars and galaxies to enable…

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Ultrashort light pulses for fast 'lightwave' computers

The researchers showed that they could control the peaks within the laser pulses and also twist the light. The method mo…

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Quantum Dots and 2D materials for SWIR/Mid IR hybrid detectors

ICFO researchers develop an ultra-sensitive, broadband, low-cost hybrid MoS2 - HgTe QD-based photodetector.

The outstanding performance of the detector has been achieved at room temperature, clearly confirming that the results o…

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RMIT and Luceda Photonics launch new photonics toolset

RMIT University, partnering with Luceda Photonics, has launched a comprehensive toolset of electromagnetic simulators for photonic devices, called REME.

REME enables users to harness a number of new effects on silicon photonic devices that cannot be simulated with existing…

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Quantum entanglement between a single photon and a trillion of atoms

The results of the experiment confirm that the atoms and the single photon are in a joint, entangled state. By measuring…

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Guiding Light: Sandia creates 3-D metasurfaces with optical possibilities

Formed by nanostructures that act as “atoms,” arranged on a substrate to alter light’s path in ways no ordinary material…

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Penn Engineers’ ‘Photonic Doping’ Makes Class of Metamaterials Easier to Fabricate

Rather than engineer complicated periodic structures that significantly alter the optical and magnetic properties of suc…

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Nanoparticle-polymer composites boost holographic data prospects

Using changes in refractive index to optically record data, holograms record in three dimensions instead of being limite…

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Toward “valleytronic” devices for data storage or computer logic systems

Researchers have discovered a new way to tune electronic energy levels in some 2-D materials.

Now, in a paper published today in the journal Science, researchers led by Nuh Gedik, an associate professor of physics …

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Perovskite edges can be tuned for optoelectronic performance

Scientists are creating innovative 2D layered hybrid perovskites that allow greater freedom in designing and fabricating efficient optoelectronic devices.

Industrial and consumer applications could include low cost solar cells, LEDs, laser diodes, detectors, and other nano-o…

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IBM Researchers Store Data on World’s Smallest Magnet -- a Single Atom

Scientists use IBM-invented, Nobel prize-winning microscope to demonstrate technology that could in the future store all songs on iTunes library on the area of a credit card

Future scanning tunneling microscope studies will investigate the potential of performing quantum information processing…

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New material helps record data with light

These particles act as a transitional form between photons and electrons so the researchers believe that with excitons, …

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New optical sensors withstand harsh conditions

The chip contains no metal or electrical components and needs no wiring. Instead, the light is sent light through a thin…

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