A round up of this week's coronavirus-related news and countermeasures from the photonics industry.
Major automotive component supplier sees frequency modulation approach as ‘missing link’ for future autonomous vehicles.
University of Strathclyde project creates images without complex synchronizing of camera and lighting.
Lithography giant expects further growth this year, as chip makers invest in production capacity.
French partners Cailabs, Onera, and CNES to develop, evaluate atmospheric turbulence compensation module.
CPI and Kelvin Nanotech in £5.4M project for quantum sensors to detect magnetic field given off by healthy lithium cells.
|Lumentum and Coherent merger to create photonics industry giant|
Two of the most recognized names in the photonics sector set to join forces in $5.7BN deal.
|Raman spectroscopy offers improved diagnosis of oral cancer|
Hamburg project develops platform able to distinguish malignant from non-malignant tissue.
|Danish group launches €3 million quantum communication project|
CryptQ consortium to develop fiber laser-based secure optical networking system over the next three years.
|ORC-Zepler: Si-photonics showcase reports ‘dramatic advances’|
£6 million program, led by Graham Reed, has overcome significant R&D challenges for industry-compatible technology.
|Researchers refine laser method to 3-D print delicate glass parts|
Fresnel Institute process avoids layering limitations by using laser to polymerize precursor into solid glass.
|Merger back on as Cisco and Acacia agree higher price|
Networking giant will now pay $4.5BN for the silicon photonics company, up from the $2.6BN agreed in 2019.
Changchun Jiu Tian Optoelectric Co.,Ltd.
Bristol Instruments, Inc.
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|Interfacing the Vision Research S990 to the BitFlow Cyton-CXP frame grabber 07 Dec 2020|
This document explains how to interface the Vision Research S990, a high speed camera running 4K x 2k at 1000 FPS, to the Cyton-CXP4.
|CONCENTRIC MOUNT FOR OFF-AXIS PARABOLA ALIGNMENT 05 Nov 2020|
OAPs have many advantages because they can focus without aberrations; but are notoriously difficult to align. We present a method and mount for accurate alignment to any coordinate system.
Thorlabs, Inc. Ann Arbor, MI, United States
Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics at Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, OH, United States
Polytechnique Montréal Montreal, Canada
ESRF Grenoble, France
Thorlabs, Inc. Santa Barbara, CA, United States