Michal Lipson Named 2021 John Tyndall Award Recipient
Michal Lipson, Columbia University, USA has been named the 2021 John Tyndall Award recipient. Lipson, the first woman to receive the award since it was established in 1987, is recognized for “fundamental and technological advances in integrated photonic devices."
Added: 27 Oct 2020
OFC 2021, the Premier Annual Event for Telecom, Optical Communications and Data Center Optics, Reschedules to June 2021
Organizers announced today that OFC 2021, the premier event in telecom and data center optics, will now take place 6 – 10, June 2021, at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, California, USA. The exhibition will be held 8 – 10, June 2021.
Added: 15 Oct 2020
Single Laser Produces High-Power Dual Comb Femtosecond Pulses
Researchers will present a new approach that uses a single laser cavity to create two high-power optical frequency combs emitting high-power femtosecond pulses. Presented during the all-virtual 2020 OSA Laser Congress, 13-16 October. The presentation will take place Friday, 16 October at 08:30 EDT.
Added: 14 Oct 2020
5G Wireless Existential Business Plans, According to New Report by fibeReality, LLC
fibeReality, LLC announced in a newly published study that the 5G strategy of Verizon Wireless and other mobile network operators is simply about ensuring their sheer survival because of the intense concern of running out of adequate capacity in general, based on the burgeoning data requirements of their current and near-term customers.
Added: 13 Oct 2020
Ultrafast Fiber Laser Produces Record High Power
Researchers have developed an ultrafast fiber laser that delivers an average power more than ten times what is available from today’s high-power lasers. The technology is poised to improve industrial-scale materials processing and paves the way for visionary applications.
Added: 12 Oct 2020
Nanoscale Machines Convert Light into Work
Researchers have developed a tiny new machine that converts laser light into work. These optically powered machines self-assemble and could be used for nanoscale manipulation of tiny cargo for applications such as nanofluidics and particle sorting.
Added: 08 Oct 2020
The Optical Society Announces 2021 Fellows Class
The Optical Society (OSA) Board of Directors has elected 118 members, from 24 countries, to the society’s 2021 Fellows Class. Fellows are selected based on several factors, including contributions to education, research, engineering, business and the community. Women account for 19%, or 23 members of the new Class, which is the largest number of women ever elected in one year.
Added: 07 Oct 2020
Compact, Low-Cost System Provides Fast 3D Hyperspectral Imaging
Researchers report a new compact low-cost hyperspectral projector system that provides both depth information and hyperspectral images. The new system could be useful for autonomous driving systems, machine vision in industrial robotics, agricultural monitoring of crops, and monitoring material surfaces for wear and corrosion.
Added: 05 Oct 2020