Technique from Stanford University and Rice University tackles problem of non-line-of-sight imaging.
Technology overcomes atmospheric turbulence problems to significantly improve laser beam accuracy on long-range targets.
Aim of H2020-funded program is to accelerate commercialization of diagnostic devices, cut R&D costs.
University of Bath project could assist point-of-care diagnosis in developing nations.
Laboratory for Attosecond Physics technique improves sensitivity over existing IR methods.
Development promises all-optical transistors that consume little power and which could enable more powerful computers.
European Space Agency has been testing the astronaut assistance tool as part of its training and operations system.
Technique may help remotely image and assess health of infants, burn victims, and accident survivors in hard-to-reach places.
So the Institute is developing standards to evaluate and compare Single Photon Detectors to benchmarks.
Each covers an area of 900 mm2 using low-cost methods and several orders of magnitude larger than usually possible.
Silicon-based device “like a nanoscale optical parametric oscillator” could enable variety of photonic applications.
LUVMI-X project developing laser to find water / other volatiles in polar regions.