Simple, efficient and fast uncooled device operating at 12.2µm wavelength looks suitable for realization of future on-chip detector array.
European consortium is developing tiny organic optoelectronic device to help cut antibiotic use and check animal health.
Meeting in October will discuss path to commercial Joule-scale pulsed 1.9 µm sources, and potential applications.
$1.2M for three affiliated groups, including a San Diego effort to produce chip-level Fourier transform spectrometers.
MIT develops "time-folded" optics for ultrafast cameras: captures image at multiple depths simultaneously in one shutter click.
Leeds University-led international team shows how single lasing wavelength gets selected.
Materials development company to work on new technologies to protect air crews from both blinding flashes and future directed energy threats.
Quantum dot-based materials can boost crop yields; early testing with tomatoes in US achieved up to 30% improvement.
Partners Fraunhofer IWS, TU Dresden and Airbus use lasers to engrave water- and dirt-repellent nanostructures on aircraft surfaces.
Novel technique incorporates fiber and opto-diodes into wearable material creating washable "smart" fabrics.
As market for OLEDs grows to meet expanding AR and VR applications, Fraunhofer FEP develops new manufacturing method.
Scientists at EPFL, Switzerland, develop opto-acoustic method to identify fiber’s surroundings.