Télécom Paris, TU Darmstadt and UCLA demonstrate FSO networking with two uni-directionally coupled QCLs.
Effective range of “more than 1km” claimed by developers Ministry of Defense and Elbit Systems.
University of California, Berkeley develops sensor for faint electric fields around living cells.
Development promises: better high-capacity telecoms; improved potential to find exoplanets; and better atomic clocks.
University of Bordeaux models tissue behavior to improve subsequent AO performance.
Australian National University-led team demonstrates visible-convertible infrared imaging via non-linear metasurfaces.
University of Tsukuba researchers have tested light-emission hypothesis at molecular level, with multiple optical applications.
University of Queensland exploits quantum entanglement for uses in Raman microscopy and beyond.
The “spaceplate” is a new approach to manipulating light that could lead to paper-thin cameras, telescopes, and smart phones.
International “MEEt” project aiming to adapt novel materials for solar cells, LEDs, optical sensors, and production techniques.
LZH working within a new research project with Rowiak GmbH to advance refinement method.
Partners in year-long project include Research Fab Microelectronics Germany and several Fraunhofer institutes.