Researchers from the Low Energy Electronic Systems Interdisciplinary Research Group at Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology
Scientists at St Petersburg University together with researchers from St. Petersburg Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Yingtao Hu, Di Liang and, Raymond G. Beausoleil from Hewlett Packard Labs, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Milpitas, CA, USA discuss advanced III-V-on-silicon photonic integration.
Tibidabo Scientific Industries Announces the Acquisition of Lambert Instruments B.V., a Leader in High-Speed Scientific and Fluorescence Imaging.
Membrane fouling, derived from the interaction between membrane materials and various contaminants, leads to reduction in membrane permselectivity and limits long-term continuous application of the membrane.
By stabilizing perovskite nanocrystals in a metal-organic framework, a research team has synthesized light-emitting diodes that exploit the performance benefits of the material while avoiding previous roadblocks.
This research will be led by Ryan Hartman, professor, with co-principal investigator Bruce Garetz, professor and Associate Chair, the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at NYU Tandon.
Smartphones, laptops, and lighting applications rely on light-emitting diodes to shine bright. But the brighter these LED technologies shine, the more inefficient they become, releasing more energy as heat instead of light.
Cornell researchers are proposing a new way to modulate both the absorptive and the refractive qualities of metamaterials in real time, and their findings open intriguing new opportunities to control, in time and space, the propagation and scattering of waves for applications in various areas of wave physics and engineering.
Electromagnetic waves in the terahertz regime contribute to important applications in communications, security imaging, and bio- and chemical sensing. Such wide applicability has resulted in significant technological progress.