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.
Precision alignment with large-scale wafers to be offered as a prototyping service later this year.
Dual-band optical stabilization technique cancels out temperature effects that have limited the utility of quantum key distribution.
University of Arizona-developed holographic light collector boosts panel efficiency by 5% over a year.
Huazhong University project applies near-IR to nanoparticles and algae for oxygen generation.
...as Netherlands partners sign up for new Photonic Integration Technology Center in Eindhoven and Twente.
Diffuse optical localization imaging allows microangiography without invasive surgery.
UC San Diego’s method coats microscope slide with metamaterial composed of fine layers of silver and silica.
“QualLa” project is partnership of LZH and Institute for Integrated Production, both based in Hannover, Germany.