Globally, experts are aiming to execute quantum information technologies. One significant path pertains to light: single light packages, also referred to as photons or light quanta, could convey data that is coded as well as efficiently tap-proof.
In an article published in the journal Cryogenics, researchers presented the results of simulations and experimental tests of the shadow sensors embedded in the Birmingham Optical Sensors and Electromagnetic Motors (BOSEMs) to establish whether BOSEMs are suitable candidates for cryogenic applications.
In a pre-proof study from Organic Electronics, researchers have used the photolithographic method to design high-resolution, highly efficient quantum dot light-emitting diodes (QLEDs) patterned by ultraviolet-induced ligand exchange.
Scientists from the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, and Stanford University have successfully recorded a helical light field on the shortest time and length scales using their newly devised “nanoTIPTOE” method.
Nanowire (NW) lasers with the NW concurrently serving as optical cavity and gain medium are appealing for miniaturized photonic integration platforms, which have advantages of ultracompact footprint, low energy consumption, easy integration, and potential mass production.
In physics, as in life, it's always good to look at things from different perspectives.
Sharing real-time information requires complex networks of systems. A promising approach for speeding up data storage devices consists of switching the magnetization, or the electrons' spin, of magnetic materials with ultra-short femtosecond laser pulses.
For the first time, researchers have successfully generated strongly nonclassical light using a modular waveguide-based light source. The achievement represents a crucial step toward creating faster and more practical optical quantum computers.
Each year, about 100 million tons of rice husk waste is produced by milling rice to separate the grain from the husks. Researchers seeking a scalable method to fabricate quantum dots have created the first silicon quantum dot (QD) LED light by recycling rice husks.
Artificial intelligence algorithms are based on mathematical models called neural networks, inspired by the biological structure of the human brain, which is made up of interconnected nodes (neurons).