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Trion-induced negative photoconductivity in a 2D semiconductor
Single-layer molybdenum disulfide, a strictly 2D semiconductor, exhibits negative photoconductivity caused by the formation of trions under optical excitation.

An optical resonator coupled to a single atom enables a medium that provides the maximum nonlinear phase shift of pi at the single-photon level, offering new possibilities for quantum technology.

26 January 2015
A new scheme, based on positioning ultracold atoms at submicron distances from a gold surface and directing their fluorescence photons into surface plasmons, may enable the readout of quantum information.
23 January 2015
On-chip terabit-scale digital signal transmission and low-distortion analog signal transmission can be achieved with favorable performance using ultra-compact silicon photonic devices.
12 January 2015
Applying topological insulator concepts to excitonic materials shows how to create one-way robust exciton wires in porphyrin thin films.
6 January 2015
Silicon integrated waveguides can be tailored to achieve analog computing in the optical domain.
23 December 2014
 
Plasmonics enables more efficient silicon photonics