New Solar Technology for the Energy Transition

Innovative materials for possible use as high-efficiency photovoltaic cells

Graphene-Based Light Detector

Graphene can detect light of almost any colour and gives an extremely fast electronic response

Combining Spintronics With Nanophotonics

In 2D-materials researchers converted the spin information into a predictable light signal

Light Passing Through a 2D-Waveguide Array

A 2D-experimental system allows to study materials that were theorized to exist only in 4D-space

2D-Material Emits Ultrafast Pulses

Fluorescent materials could be used for rapid light-based communications systems

Controlling Light with Electric Fields

New method to control the amplitude and phase of light pixel by pixel

On-Demand Single Photon Emitter

New type of quantum arrays are fully scalable and compatible with silicon chip fabrication

Edges Improve Perovskite Efficiency

2D layered hybrid perovskites tuned for optoelectronic performance

Squeezing Light for Nanophotonic Circuits

With 2D semiconductors scientists built three key components for optical communication

World’s Thinnest Photodetector

2D technology uses molybdenum disulfide sandwiched in graphene