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CMOS Pixel Sensor

IHEP Develops First CMOS Pixel Sensor Prototype for Circular Electron Positron...

Scientists from the Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP) have developed the first pixel sensor prototype based on the 180 nm Complementary Metal–Oxide–Semiconductor (CMOS) imaging...
Quantum Processors

CEA Shows Path to Creating Building Blocks of Quantum Processors With...

CEA-Leti, a French technology research institute of the CEA and Inac, a joint fundamental research institute between the CEA and the University Grenoble Alpes,...
Transistors

Imec Demonstrates for the First Time Functional Ring Oscillators Based on...

At this week’s 2017 International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in nano-electronics and digital technology, reports on multiple...
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High-Performance OLED Microdisplays for Next-Generation Smart Glasses

They are increasingly considered as a must-have for near-eye applications such as virtual reality glasses: within the next few years, OLED microdisplays are likely...
silicon chips

Material Could Bring Optical Communication onto Silicon Chips

The huge increase in computing performance in recent decades has been achieved by squeezing ever more transistors into a tighter space on microchips.However, this...
Millimeter-Wave Circulator ICvideo

Researchers Invent Breakthrough Millimeter-Wave Circulator IC

Columbia Engineering researchers, led by Harish Krishnaswamy, associate professor of electrical engineering, in collaboration with Professor Andrea Alu’s group from UT-Austin, continue to break...
microfluid chip

Fluorescence Microscopy on a Chip — No Lenses Required

Fluorescence microscopy gives researchers incredible power to illuminate the tiniest structures and capture the real-time activities of live cells by tagging biological molecules with...
Organismic learningvideo

‘Organismic Learning’ Mimics Some Aspects of Human Thought

A new computing technology called “organismoids” mimics some aspects of human thought by learning how to forget unimportant memories while retaining more vital ones.“The...
silicon photonic

PLAT4M Matures Three Silicon Photonic Platforms

​Accelerates Commercialization of Technology by Linking the Silicon Photonic Ecosystem.Si photonics has long been expected to bring substantial breakthroughs in very high speed data...
silicon electronicsvideo

Researchers Revolutionize Brain-Computer Interfaces Using Silicon Electronics

Today, implanted electrode devices for stimulating the brain are extremely crude devices with only a handful of electrodes that are used to mitigate the...
implantable system

Towards a High-Resolution, Implantable Neural Interface

DARPA has awarded contracts to five research organizations and one company that will support the Neural Engineering System Design (NESD) program: Brown University; Columbia...
Integrated Device

Seeing The Invisible With A Graphene-CMOS Integrated Device

Silicon based CMOS (Complementary metal-oxide semiconductors) technology has truly shaped our world. It enables most of the electronics that we rely on today including...
Microelectronics

Leti and Fraunhofer Team Up To Strengthen Microelectronics Innovation In France...

Leti, a research institute of CEA Tech in Grenoble, France, and the Berlin-based Fraunhofer Group for Microelectronics, Europe's largest R&D provider of smart systems,...
5G Wireless

5G Wireless and Beyond: From Evolution to Revolution

From a technical standpoint, fifth generation mobile wireless – or 5G, as it’s commonly known – is more about “evolution” than “revolution.” In many ways 5G simply...
nanolasers

Professors Majumdar and Xu Discover an Important First Step Towards Building...

When an individual uses Facebook or searches Google, the information processing happens in a large data center. Short distance optical interconnects can improve the...
Infrared Laser Systems, Quantum Dot Biosensors, Optomechanical Device, Nanocavity, Hyperuniform materials, Laser, glare, graphene

Researchers Create Practical and Versatile Microscopic Optomechanical Device

Researchers have developed a new type of optomechanical device that uses a microscopic silicon disk to confine optical and mechanical waves. The new device...
amplifier

Telecommunications Light Amplifier Could Strengthen Integrity of Transmitted Data

Imagine a dim light which is insufficiently bright enough to illuminate a room. An amplifier for such a light would increase the brightness by...
electronic devicesvideo

Innovations Offer Peek into the Future of Electronic Devices

Purdue University researchers - during the international IEDM 2016 conference the week of Dec. 5 - showcased a range of concepts and technologies that...
silicon power transistors

3D Solutions to Energy Savings in Silicon Power Transistors

In electronics, lower power consumption leads to operation cost savings, environmental benefits and the convenience advantages from longer running devices. While progress in energy...
Transistors

Imec Demonstrates World’s First Vertically Stacked Gate-all-Around Si Nanowire CMOS Transistors

GAA nanowire transistors are promising candidates to succeed FinFETs in 7nm and beyond technology nodes. They offer optimal electrostatic control, thereby enabling ultimate CMOS...