Publications by Date

2004

Motion control equipment aims lasers with submicron accuracy
OE Magazine / May 2004 / pg. 37
Quantum dots emit single photons at high temperatures
OE Magazine / May 2004 / pg. 8 / view site
Silicon photonics: Making the material of computer chips emit light could speed data flow
Technology Review / May 2004 / pg. 45 / view site
A Flare for Prediction
Technology Review / April 2004 / MIT news section, pg. 13 / view site
Nothing ventured, nothing gained
OE Magazine / April 2004 / pg. 13
Size wise spectrometers: As spectrometers get smaller, they open up new niches
OE Magazine / April 2004 / pg. 37
Bringing UK business and industry together
OE Magazine / March 2004 / pg. 12
Dueling displays
OE Magazine / March 2004 / pg. 35
10 Emerging Technologies: T-Rays
Technology Review / February 2004 / pg. 42 / view site
Porous silicon could lead to new devices
OE Magazine / February 2004 / pg. 10
Seeing red (and green and blue)
OE Magazine / February 2004 / pg. 37
Holy Grail: Light from Silicon
IEEE Spectrum / January 2004 / pg. 59 / view site
Intel Pushes Into Home Entertainment
IEEE Spectrum / January 2004 / website / view site
Photonic bandgap fibers hold promise as new types of waveguides
OE Magazine / January 2004 / pg. 44
Rainbow connection: Holography pioneer Stephen Benton lauded
OE Magazine / January 2004 / pg. 38

2003

Bright and tunable, quantum dots find a whole spectrum of applications
OE Magazine / December 2003 / pg. 36
Mid-Atlantic photonics gets SMART
OE Magazine / December 2003 / pg. 10
A Revolutionary Chipmaking Technique?
IEEE Spectrum / November 2003 / pg. 18
OLEDs are making their way into consumer devices
OE Magazine / November 2003 / pg. 36
PTAP taps into the future
OE Magazine / November 2003 / pg. 12

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