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Showing 22 result(s) for "Optronics/Photonics"

Organic light-emitting device that provides an infrared light source for enhanced performance within optical communications.

A new catalyst that will allow researchers to epitaxially grow high quality carbon nanotubes with small diameters.

A novel method for the relatively fast and inexpensive fabrication of conjugated polymer electroluminescent devices for large area applications.

Researchers at The Ohio State University and the Honda Research Institute developed a reliable method of controlled carbon single-walled nanotubes (SWNT) growth.

A method for producing free carbon, necessary for the growth of carbon nanotubes and other carbon clusters.

An efficient process that has improved production yields of single-walled carbon nanotubes.

A hybrid material system consisting of both silicon and lithium niobate with integrated electrodes enabling micrometer scale integrated voltage controlled components for silicon integrated photonics.

A method used to inscribe optical sensors in the optical fiber by ion beam irradiation.

Innovative device structures and device fabrication techniques for terahertz electronics and photonics.

A wide bandgap semiconductor device based on AlGaN nanowire heterostructures doped with Gd.