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Optoelectronics & Communications

Semiconductor nanopyramids for building high-yield quantum photonic devices
Novel structures exhibit highly directional emission and provide a template for site-controlled quantum dots and self-aligned nanophotonic cavities.
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From the SPIE Photonics West Show Daily: The OPTO plenary talks at SPIE Photonics West explored the promise of technology from controlling thermal radiation, quantum dots, and LiFi - wireless communication using visible light.

17 February 2017
A purely organic p–n junction is used as the luminescent center in a novel planar device that exhibits a high external quantum efficiency and an extremely low driving voltage.
7 February 2017
A novel approach for guiding spin waves on the nanoscale has been experimentally verified and is an important step toward realizing spin-wave information transport for wave-based logic circuitry.
6 February 2017
The FireFly architecture features free-space optics communication links and represents an extreme design approach to meet the requirements of modern robust data center networks.
3 February 2017
A prototype endoscopic imaging system, based on flexible terahertz waveguide technology, detects tissue abnormalities in real time and may ultimately enhance in vivo cancer screening.
1 February 2017
Semiconductor nanowires, with lasing emission at room temperature, can be transferred in a controlled way to specific locations on diverse substrates and organized into bespoke spatial patterns.
31 January 2017
 
Masud Mansuripur: Developing a theory of optical momentum