NIST technique improves over traditional non-optical methods.
Team reports progress overcoming conceptual challenges promises new lasers for medicine, computing, and research.
Novel microscopic source “offers advantages over other lasers”, with applications in integrated photonics and optical sensors.
High-precision method simplifies ultra-precise adjustment for quantum optics experiments.
For defense and manufacturing applications; Australia “on target” to bring laser technology up to speed.
MGH improves sensitivity of diffuse correlation analysis with new sensor and longer wavelength.
Converting ambient light indoors could power smoke alarms, IoT devices, and more, removing need for batteries, power supplies.
Sensor from German-Italian group makes visible two key ranges of infrared not previously revealed by regular photodiodes.
To fabricate ultra-low loss silicon nitride circuits for generating “error-corrected qubits”.
Investment over three years will enable development of novel hybrid photonic integration platform.
Sensing technologies at the epicenter of military priorities, as IR vision is “the eyes of warfighters”, says Nibir Dhar.
More efficient conversion promises improvements in imaging, sensing and communications.