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Breakthrough in Microscopy: Real-time Measurement of Light Waves Bound to Surfaces

This phenomenon, which requires at least one of the light beams to be very intense, occurs in most semiconductors, diele…

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Tracking for quantum post

A detector detects photons transporting qubits without destroying the quantum information

The Max Planck researchers have shown with model calculations that the detection of photons transporting qubits makes qu…

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Cepton Introduces the World’s Smallest Wide Field of View Lidar Sensor for Near-Range Applications

Cepton’s miniature Nova lidar is easy to embed anywhere and costs less than $100 in high automotive volumes

The Nova is a wide angle near-range lidar sensor intended to address major gaps in proximity detection of objects with c…

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Sense Photonics Demonstrates the World’s First 940nm Global Shutter Flash LiDAR with 200-Meter Range for Mass-Market Automotive Applications

Sense Photonics announced today that it has achieved an industry-first by successfully demonstrating 200-meter detection with its proprietary global shutter flash LiDAR system.

The Sense system leverages the company’s proprietary emitter and SPAD sensor technologies. Sense Silicon, a backside ill…

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Increasing the accuracy of atomic clocks

The new clock technology will help improve the location accuracy of Global Navigation Satellite Systems, as well as addr…

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VLC Photonics receives new Wafer-level Test system from ficonTEC

The WLT delivered to VLC incorporates dual alignment of optical pick-ups that can be fast-actively aligned to optical

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Remote control for quantum emitters

The underlying idea, developed by a research group led by Oriol Romero-Isart, is based on chirped light pulses. This nov…

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Thorlabs Adds Heralded Single-Photon Source to Its Portfolio

The availability of a robust, high-brightness photon source is critical to the quantum photonics community for any numbe…

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Researchers realized superabsorption by reversing superradiance in time

Increasing efficiency in light absorption is essential in many areas such as solar cells, light energy harvesting and qu…

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Giant 'quantum twisters' may form in liquid light

New mechanism found for generating giant vortices in quantum fluids of light.

The findings, published in the journal Optica, could pave the way for experiments that might provide insight into the na…

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Heat-free optical switch would enable optical quantum computing chips

Publishing in Nature Communications, the team reported to have developed an optical switch that is reconfigured with mic…

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Random numbers faster, from a laser

To speed things up, a team of researchers has developed a compact laser that can produce these random numbers 100 times…

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Light unbound: Data limits could vanish with new optical antennas

The researchers started with an antenna, one of the most important components in electromagnetism and, they noted, centr…

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New Insight into Nonlinear Optical Resonators Unlocks Door to Numerous Potential Applications

In the work, Marandi's team built an optical resonator from optical fiber and a special nonlinear waveguide made of lith…

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Artificial intelligence predicts nonlinear ultrafast dynamics in optics

This research uses a specialized architecture known as the recurrent neural network that possesses an internal memory.…

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Quantum computer on the way to prototype

Scientists at the University of Stuttgart develop a quantum computer demonstrator with several hundred qubits based on Rydberg atoms

In order to keep the coherence in the ensemble of qubits over a long time, the scientists are using a sophisticated lase…

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Light used to detect quantum information stored in 100,000 nuclear quantum bits

Researchers have found a way to use light and a single electron to communicate with a cloud of quantum bits and sense their behaviour, making it possible to detect a single quantum bit in a dense cloud.

The technique makes it possible to send highly fragile quantum information optically to a nuclear system for storage, an…

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Quantum Photons

Galan Moody receives a new grant to develop a testbed for photonic-based quantum computing

Moody’s team is developing a new materials platform, based on gallium arsenide and silicon dioxide, to generate single a…

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Quantum systems learn joint computing

MPQ researchers realize the first quantum-logic computer operation between two separate quantum modules in different laboratories.

Simply coupling distant qubits to generate entanglement between them has been achieved in the past, but now, the connect…

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An optical coating like no other

A ‘FROC’ can both transmit and reflect the same color simultaneously, a breakthrough in optical coating.

In a paper in Nature Nanotechnology, researchers at the University of Rochester and Case Western Reserve University desc…

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