Researchers have developed a new light-based computing scheme that uses a photonic integrated circuit to reduce the energy necessary for cryptocurrency and blockchain applications.
Researchers have developed “aperiodic photonic volume elements” (APVEs), microscopic voxels with particular refractive indices situated at predefined positions, to direct the flow of light in a controlled way.
A proton can be released locally in some molecules, the so-called photoacids, by being excited by light.
A Sandia National Laboratories research team has successfully shown the capability to dynamically direct light pulses from conventional, so-called incoherent light sources, marking a significant advancement in the fields of nanophotonics and ultrafast optics.
At the University of Southampton, a research group has displayed the fact that light could be moved within a distance that is smaller than its wavelength—a level of unparalleled accuracy.
ABB has launched a new wireless solution enabling customers to install, monitor and maintain their entire emergency lighting installation using a fast and intuitive mobile application.
Since there is a high increase in the development of new THz sources and detectors, the terahertz (THz) gap, a frequency band lying between the infrared and microwave regions of the electromagnetic spectrum where traditional technologies are ineffective in producing and detecting radiation, is being closed quickly.
At the University of Gothenburg, a new journal article written by researchers has stated that shining light on a water droplet causes effects that are similar to that of an atom. This can help us understand the functioning of atoms.
Aven, a full-service technology provider, received a 2023 CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY NPI Award in the category of First Article Inspection for its new Mighty Vue Inspector. The award was announced during a ceremony that took place Monday, Jan. 23, 2023 in San Diego.
A European consortium headed by the University of Geneva (UNIGE), École Polytechnique (Paris), EPFL, hes-so, and TRUMPF has managed to direct lightning by making use of a high-power laser installed at the top of Mount Säntis located in Switzerland.