Researchers are actively exploring schemes that store bits using photons rather than electrons—both for classical and quantum computing.
The leap to “exaflop” computing will require new optical technologies—and new co-design approaches to developing them.
Faced with a bust in ticket sales after World War II, Hollywood pulled optics tricks out of its hat to lure moviegoers back into theaters with widescreen and 3-D spectaculars.
LIGO’s next steps; diffractive imaging with imperfect crystals; simpler receiver for FTTH; DIY optics; memory formation; molecular ions; single-ion clock.
The co-founders of TetraScience discuss their journey into the unpredictable realm of entrepreneurship.
Optics & Photonics News talks with OSA Member Jean-luc Doumont about his experience with the Traveling Lecturer program.
Junga Hwang and Hyunjoo Kim talk about gender inequality and pursuing a career in science in and out of South Korea.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” —Maya Angelou