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Narrow glass threads synchronize the light emissions of distant atoms

The team observed a group of atoms emitting light pulses at different rates than their ordinary, unsynchronized selves—o…

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UNIST Researchers Develop Silicon Chip-based Quantum Photonic Devices

Their findings appear in the November issue of the prestigious journal, Nano Letters.

In this study, the research team demonstrated the integration of silicon photonic devices with a solid-state single phot…

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UNIVERSAL PHOTONICS ACQUIRES J.I. MORRIS COMPANY’S POLISHING DISCS AND CLOTHS BUSINESS

UPI offers a wide selection of polishing pads, polishes, carriers, and more for processes from pre-polish to final-polis…

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New technique to reveal defect densities in graphene layers

Researchers have shown that there is a direct relationship between light properties and structural properties of a two-d…

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Quantum systems correct themselves

An international team of researchers have put forward a new method to protect quantum information stored in trapped ions…

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Quantum-emitting answer might lie in the solution

By growing crystals in solution, researchers have demonstrated a new colloidal technique for making optoelectronic emitters

Tapping into the quantum properties of photons for optoelectronics requires highly efficient light sources. Lead trihali…

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Simple and Easy Formation of High-Purity Thin Films of Nano-Carbon Materials Using Light Irradiation

Significantly improved production efficiency of next-generation electronic materials utilizing nano-carbons

AIST has developed a technology to easily manufacture high-purity thin films simply by irradiating a dispersion of nano-…

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Lighting the way to switch chemical reaction pathways

The research team said their system may be applied to create light-sensitive materials for 3D laser lithography, allowin…

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Fast flowing heat in graphene heterostructures

Surprisingly fast heat flow from graphene to its surrounding

The heat transfer process occurs through hot graphene electrons (experimentally generated by incident light) that couple…

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The world’s only aspheric 4‘‘ Fizeau lens

With the presentation of the world's only aspheric 4 '' Fizeau lens a|FizeriC, asphericon revolutionizes measurement technology.

In addition to the reduction in the number of lenses used and the associated weight reduction, the use of an asphere at …

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Researchers create quantum calculator

New system could shed light on a host of complex processes

The system could be used to shed light on a host of complex quantum processes, including the connection between quantum …

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Squeezing light into a tiny channel brings optical computing a step closer

By forcing light to go through a smaller gap than ever before, researchers have paved the way for computers based on lig…

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Harnessing the rattling motion of oxygen ions to convert T-rays to visible light

A team of researchers led by Hideo Hosono at Tokyo Tech has shown that terahertz rays can be converted to light visible …

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Qubits put into reverse

The NBI discovery should be seen in the context of quantum computers, the new and powerful next generation super compute…

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A space-time sensor for light-matter interactions

In their first two experimental tests of the new method, the Munich researchers turned their attosecond pulse trains on …

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Researchers have observed a macroscopic quantum penetration phenomenon using a superconducting transistor

This research will contribute to the study of new quantum information devices using phase-super-current and will contrib…

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Quantum simulators wield control over more than 50 qubits

Atoms provide a robust platform for observing quantum magnets in action.

As the basis for its quantum simulation, the JQI team deploys up to 53 individual ytterbium ions—charged atoms trapped i…

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Scientists make transparent materials absorb light

In their theoretical research, the results of which were published in the journal Optica, the physicists managed to disp…

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Scientists manipulate heat flow through a nanocavity

Mexican scientists have developed a theoretical way to manipulate heat transfer at a nanometric scale.

Micro and nanocavities are structures designed to confine an electromagnetic wave of a certain frequency and make it res…

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Key component to scale up quantum computing invented

Sydney team develops microcircuit based on Nobel Prize research

A team at the University of Sydney and Microsoft, in collaboration with Stanford University in the US, has miniaturised …

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