Transporting Stored Light

Light stored in a cloud of ultra-cold atoms can be transported by means of an optical conveyor belt

Microspheres for Broadband Frequency-Doubling

New material made of disordered nanocrystals could be used in lasers and other light technologies

Capturing Light in a Quasicrystal

Quasicrystals may open up new possibilities for laser and sensor design

Parity-Time Symmetry in a Single Spatial Resonator

Technology opens new avenues for the implementation of non-Hermitian photonic systems

How Nanotubes Transport Light

An ordered optical behaviour can emerge from a disordered molecular structure

Growing 2D Materials on Optical Fibers

Integrating transition metal dichalcogenides into specially developed glass fibers

Metasurfaces for High Contrast Imaging

New method works as a 2D differentiator with the 2D edge detection covering all the visible frequencies

Single Photon Emission from Monolayer Islands

A novel type of quantum emitter formed from spatially separated monolayer islands of InGaN

Single Photons From a Silicon Chip

New, stable prototype can produce 100,000 single photons per second

Machine Learning for Efficient Quantum Sources

A new method could make quantum photonic circuit development more efficient by rapidly preselecting solid-state quantum emitters