In photonic integrated circuits, topological photonics offers previously unknown possibilities for manipulating the direction of light flow.
Since its ferroelectric feature was initially identified in 1949, lithium niobate (LiNbO3, LN), one of the most significant artificial materials, has been extensively exploited in the photonics field.
The Australian National University (ANU) physicists have invented small transparent slides that may produce two quite distinct pictures depending on the way light flows through them.
Erbium-doped fiber amplifiers (EDFAs) are devices that boost the optical signal power in optical fibers. They are commonly employed in long-distance communication fiber optic cables and fiber-based lasers.
The photonic Dirac cone is a type of degenerate state with linear dispersion that may be found in many two-dimensional photonic crystals.
Chemical applications that are sustainable must be able to use renewable energy sources, renewable raw materials, and naturally occurring elements.
Nüvü Came¯ras is on its way to occupying a prime position in space exploration with the development of its proprietary low light imaging solution for nanosatellites.
Creaform, a business unit of AMETEK, Inc. and the worldwide leader in portable 3D measurement solutions and engineering services, announced today that it is launching two scanners with great price-performance ratios as part of its HandySCAN 3DTM | SILVER Series solution suite.
A recent publication from Opto-Electronic Science illustrates customizable topological beam splitting through antichiral gyromagnetic photonic crystal.
Staring through a microscope at samples of material for hours on end, attempting to locate monolayers, is one of the most laborious and intimidating tasks for undergraduate assistants in university research laboratories.