Materials for the Photonics of Tomorrow

© AndreasBeuthner The research study group (from delegated right): Professor Frank Jahnke,Dr Alexander Steinhoff,Dr Matthias Florian Motivated by the success story of the super-thin “miracle material” graphene, which was... Read more »

Perovskites – Materials of the Future in Optical Communication

. . . . “Perovskites of inorganic materials have a huge potential to influence the development of optical communication. These materials have rapid response times, are simple to manufacture,... Read more »

Researchers quickly harvest 2-D materials, bringing them closer to commercialization

Since the 2003 discovery of the single-atom-thick carbon product referred to as graphene, there has actually been considerable interest in other kinds of 2-D materials too. These materials might... Read more »

Researchers Quickly Harvest 2-D Materials, Bringing Them Closer to Commercialization

Researchers in MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering have actually established a method to harvest 2-inch size wafers of 2-D product within simply a couple of minutes. Image: Peng Lin... Read more »

Understanding catalysts at the atomic level can provide a cleaner environment

IMAGE: Researchersat Chalmers University of Technology have actually utilized sophisticated electron microscopic lens and computer system simulations to study how catalytic procedures are impacted by modifications in the atomic... Read more »

Army-funded research wins 2018 Nobel Prizes in chemistry, physics

ADELPHI, MD. (October 4, 2018) – Professor Frances Arnold won a 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for research at first moneyed by the U.S. Army in brand-new enzyme production... Read more »

Machine learning helps improving photonic applications

IMAGE: The computer system simulation demonstrates how the electro-magnetic field is dispersed in the silicon layer with hole pattern after excitation with a laser. Here, stripes with regional field... Read more »

‘Pinning down’ how salty droplets dry

IMAGE: This is a macroscopic pattern of re-crystallization with coffee-ring result. (left) the preliminary concentration 8.4 percent (right) 0.47 percent. view more  Credit: Rei Kurita Tokyo,Japan – Researchers from... Read more »

New photonic chip promises more robust quantum computers

IMAGE: ResearchersDr Alberto Peruzzo (left), Mr Jean-LucTambasco and Dr RobertChapman view more  Credit: Photo by RMIT/CQC2T. Scientists have actually established a topological photonic chip to procedure quantum info, guaranteeing... Read more »

Ph.D. student develops spinning heat shield for future spacecraft

IMAGE: This is Rui Wu on place screening his heatshield view more  Credit: Rui Wu, The University of Manchester A University of Manchester Ph D student has actually established... Read more »