As far as the field of photonics is concerned, the interactions happening between light and matter are known as a central research focus.
A team led by a physicist from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) recently developed a new quantum theory that explains the “light-induced phase” of matter and predicts its novel functionalities.
Septentrio, a leader in high-precision GNSS solutions, has been collaborating with Xona Space Systems to develop an experimental receiver which is compatible with Xona multi-frequency PULSAR™ signals.
An investigation done by scientists at the University of Oklahoma that were just published in Science Advances establishes the validity of the idea that information could be securely encoded and transmitted utilizing spatial correlations in quantum-entangled light beams.
Research scientists from CEA-Leti have illustrated that electrons and other charge carriers have the potential to move faster in germanium tin compared to germanium or silicon, thereby allowing lower operation voltages and compact footprints vertically than in planar devices.
An international research group has imaged and examined THz waves that propagate in the form of plasmon polaritons together with thin anisotropic semiconductor platelets with wavelengths decreased by up to 65 times than THz waves in free space.
The main ingredients for chips dedicated to quantum sensing, quantum computation, quantum measurement, etc are non-classical states of light like single photons and entangled photons.
Femtosecond pulsed lasers—which discharge light in ultrafast bursts enduring for a millionth of a billionth of a second—are robust tools employed in several applications from manufacturing and medicine, to sensing and precision measurements of time and space.
Terahertz light is the radiation emanating from the far-infrared region of the emission spectrum.
Over the past several years, telecommunication has transformed many aspects of people’s lives by providing extremely simple ways to share and access data.