Latest Photonic crystal Stories
Shu Yang – an Associate Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at University of Pennsylvania – spoke with redOrbit recently about her research and how this new technology could change the way we apply color to our world.
Researchers at King's College London, in collaboration with European research institutes ICFO (Barcelona) and AMOLF (Amsterdam), have succeeded in mapping how light behaves in complex photonic materials inspired by nature, like iridescent butterfly wings.
Electrical engineers at The University of Texas at Arlington and at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have devised a new laser for on-chip optical connections that could give computers a huge boost in speed and energy efficiency.
Columbia Engineering pioneers ultralow-power optical information processing and frequency generation in graphene-silicon photonic circuits
The world’s smallest three-dimensional optical cavities with the potential to generate the world’s most intense nanolaser beams have been created by a scientific team led by researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and the University of California (UC) Berkeley.
New nanoscale light-emitting diode is thousands of times more energy efficient that laser-based devices and ultrafast; could transform computer data transmission at the chip level.
Findings help pave way for next generation of computer chips.
In an advance that could open new avenues for solar cells, lasers, metamaterials and more, researchers at the University of Illinois have demonstrated the first optoelectronically active 3-D photonic crystal.
NORTHVALE, N.J., March 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Photonic Products Group, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: PHPG) is pleased to announce that Amy Eskilson has joined the organization as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Ms. Eskilson comes to PPGI with a wealth of experience in the photonics sector.
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