artistâ€™s rendering of a pulse of circularly polarized light hitting a 2-D
semiconductor, putting the electrons into a pseudospin state that could store
information as part of a new, faster computing technology. Image: Stephen
Alvey, Michigan Engineering.
In the above photo, Cellmic's digital imaging, lens-free microscope is ready to scan a tissue sample residing the the small petri dish that sits directly atop the CMOS image sensor. Photo courtesy of Cellmic and CEA-Leti.
Work by UCSB researchers has reduced the size of a bench-top optical frequency synthesizer to about 1 cm, enabling new applications such as more accurate LiDAR as well as planetary exploration missions. Photo courtesy of UCSB.