Following the successful Laser Materials Processing and Semiconductor digital events, PI is hosting a new tech-talk live streaming event on the topic of “Unleashing the Power of Photonics”, with speakers from EPIC, CITC, MPI Corporation, Transcelestial, and PI.
Interlayer coupling provides an opportunity to observe new physics and a novel strategy for modulating the electronic and optoelectronic properties of two-dimensional (2D) van der Waals (vdW) materials for practical device applications.
The method for creating unique hollow metal nanoparticle-based open-framework superlattices has significantly improved, according to Northwestern University researchers.
An article published in Physical Review Letters proposed a robust approach for classifying wave confinement dimensionality, showing that any wave is confined in a crystal.
An article published in Science Advances demonstrated twinning in the lead (Pb) individual nanocrystals by utilizing in situ atomic resolution transmission electron microscopy (TEM).
Active depth sensors, such as lidar, time-of-flight (TOF) systems, and structured light (SL) systems, can evenly sample the depth of an entire scene at a predetermined scan rate. SL-based depth-sensing technology irradiates an object with an array of dots, and diffracted light is tracked to obtain three-dimensional (3D) information.
A novel technique to successfully capture light and soundwaves, with the use of multilayer silicon nitride waveguides, was developed by researchers from the University of Twente.
A recent article published in Bioconjugate Chemistry discussed the potential applications of DNA nanotechnology in electronics and photonics through four case studies: quantum computing devices, carbon nanotube transistors, enzymatic fuel cells, and artificial electromagnetic materials.
McCrone Microscopes & Accessories will present a range of Linkam’s leading temperature and environment-controlled stages at booth #1134, AMS 2022.
A recent study published in the journal Nano Letters focuses on this issue by enhancing light-matter interaction for tunable nanomachining of hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) using atomic force microscopy (AFM).