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Ning, Hill report breaking nanolaser size limitations 

29 July 2009

A collaborative team led by Cun-Zheng Ning of Arizona State University and Martin Hill of Technical University of Eindhoven are reporting advances in breaking previous limitations on how small lasers can be made.

Ning has published more than 40 papers wtih SPIE, with his next paper to be presented at SPIE Optics+Photonics on "Nanowire and metallic nanostructure lasers." He has served on the program committee for the conference on Physics and Simulation of Optoelectronic Devices at SPIE Photonics West for many years.

Hill is scheduled to present at SPIE Optics+Photonics on "Metallic nano-cavity lasers at near-infrared wavelengths," and has published previously with SPIE.

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