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photonic

Dealing with light (photons). See photon and photonics.
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Such a structure, known as a photonic crystal, remains a potentially useful component for manipulating light on chips, Vlasov says.
Photonic crystals, it is hoped by many, will enable the manipulation of light the way semiconductor electronics manipulate the current flow.
SURFnet, a world-leading education and research network organization based in the Netherlands, selected Nortel Networks Common Photonic Layer to simplify its network and achieve dramatic cost savings.
The results of this work are published in a paper "Measuring Local Optical Properties: Near-Field Polarimetry of Photonic Block Copolymer Morphology," by M.
The photonic integrated circuit is the holy grail of the optical communications industry," Sargent says.
Future photonic computers or other circuitry will need such controls to choreograph light pulses in much the same way as automobile drivers apply their brakes in order to merge, turn, and synchronize with other vehicles.
Part one investigates laser-induced growth of materials and surface structures, with pulsed laser deposition techniques, the formation of nanocones and the fabrication of periodic photonic microstructures explored in detail.
Being a highly organized network of microscopic channels, the magnesium calcite shell of the sea urchin has a configuration similar to that of a photonic crystal.
Published in June 2011, the photonic crystals technology report discusses the markets for photonic crystal components and modules by geography
However, photonic circuits that go completely silicon--including a silicon laser--aren't likely any time soon, he notes.
Provides the theoretical background necessary to understand the fundamental physics underlying the crystalline nature of photonic crystal structure