Israeli and German researchers have developed a way to force an array of vertical cavity lasers to act together as a single laser - a highly effective laser network the size of a grain of sand.
In everyday life, we know lasers from numerous applications such as the laser printer or the supermarket scanner.
AD is associated with progressive impairments in memory, language, orientation, and other cognitive skills that affect daily activities throughout the disease course, ultimately leading to death.
The fabrication of large-scale periodic nanostructures on surfaces is of paramount importance in nanotechnology and materials science.
A glance at an object with the human eyes or a camera enables sufficient pixels of light to be gathered automatically at visible wavelengths to have a clear image of what one sees.
Digital holography possesses the advantages of wide-field, non-contact, precise, and dynamic measurements for the complex amplitude of object waves.
Quantum communication has presented a revolutionary step in secure communication due to its high security of the quantum information, and many communication protocols have been proposed, such as the quantum secure direct communication protocol.
When optical gain or loss are precisely controlled using nanophotonics, a new physical event called the non-Hermitian phenomenon can be observed, potentially the next-generation technology of optical signal control and sensing.
The application of Internet of Things has sparked intense interest of photodetectors as they are widely used in sensing, detection, data transport and processing.
As an electromagnetic wave, light has a number of fundamental properties, including wavelength, intensity, phase, and polarization (the oscillation direction of the light waves).
An international research team led by Skoltech and IBM has created an extremely energy-efficient optical switch that could replace electronic transistors in a new generation of computers manipulating photons rather than electrons.
With the introduction of uEye XCP, uEye XLE, and Ensenso S, camera specialist IDS proves that industrial-grade image processing technology does not have to be expensive. New helpful tools, such as attention maps, illustrate how the camera AI works and makes decisions.
Researchers at the Chalmers University of Technology demonstrated a distinct optical amplifier with the caliber to revolutionize both space and fiber communication.
Smoltification is a complex series of physiological changes that allow young Atlantic salmon to adapt from living in fresh water to living in seawater.
Rock imaging is now recognized as an expert discipline that requires deep technical knowledge of imaging methodologies, a keen understanding of the complexity of rocks, and familiarity with data science techniques including image processing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.