OE Reports

Carbon nanotubes act as pressure sensors
OE Reports, December 2000
High-torque rotation transmitted through fiber
OE Reports, December 2000
New pixel structure for full-color OLEDs means higher resolution
OE Reports, November 2000
New tool for investigating ultrafast semiconductor nonlinearities
OE Reports, November 2000
Radiation pressure from evanescent wave measured
OE Reports, October 2000
Audio spotlight exploits nonlinearity in air
OE Reports, October 2000
New neural network enables machines to expect what to see
OE Reports, September 2000
Micromechanical memory on chips allows single wafer computers
OE Reports, August 2000
Microfabrication with no assembly required
OE Reports, August 2000
Micromechanical display uses interferometric modulation
OE Reports, July 2000
Holographically generated photonic crystals operate in visible spectrum
OE Reports, July 2000
Direct near-field microscopy measures both intensity and phase
OE Reports, June 2000
Nanospheres placed in microspheres creates quantum/photonic dot lasers
OE Reports, June 2000
Optical correlators may reduce false negatives in cervical cancer screening
OE Reports, May 2000
Optoelectronic neural network offers packet switching reliability
OE Reports, May 2000
Holography used to combine processes in nanotechnology
OE Reports, April 2000
UV-reaction molding used to integrate micro-optics with chips
OE Reports, April 2000
Coherent control produces THz emissions from GaAs
OE Reports, March 2000
High transmission through subwavelength gratings inspires debate
OE Reports, March 2000
Nanostructured dielectrics good candidates for next-generation computer chips
OE Reports, February 2000
Bridging the gap between hand and eye
OE Reports, January 2000
Self-assembling robots take shape
OE Reports, January 2000
Photonic band gap structure makes metals transparent
OE Reports, December 1999
Entangled photons induce fluorescence
OE Reports, November 1999
New type of radial GRIN lens may be commercialized in near future
OE Reports, November 1999
Miniature x-ray source has potential for medical applications
OE Reports, October 1999
Digital logic available at the flick of a switch
OE Reports, October 1999
Vision chip enables robots to see what they’re doing
OE Reports, September 1999
Providing robots with a fly’s eye view
OE Reports, September 1999
Microelectronic packaging claws its way forward
OE Reports, August 1999
Researchers’ “creatures” use neural networks that simulate animals’ nervous systems
OE Reports, July 1999
Optical system performs white-light Fourier transforms
OE Reports, June 1999
Dielectric stack can be used as omnidirectional mirror
OE Reports, June 1999
Optics and fibers work together in “microrod”
OE Reports, May 1999
Holographically corrected microscopes may have applications to lithography
OE Reports, May 1999
The CNN: a hybrid array computer
OE Reports, April 1999
Low-bandwidth vision system allows independent robot navigation
OE Reports, March 1999
Image amplifier may make for brighter displays
OE Reports, March 1999
Gallium mirrors used in new family of practical fiber-based switches
OE Reports, February 1999
Laser-heated microparticles bubble and squeak
OE Reports, January 1999
New fabrication technique optimizes excimer-laser light
OE Reports, December 1998
Researchers develop new fabrication process for planar lightwave circuits
OE Reports, December 1998
A little piece of (silicon) cortex
OE Reports, November 1998
Organic smart pixels demonstrated at Bell Laboratories
OE Reports, October 1998
Device architectures adapt as engineers prepare for nanoscale CMOS
OE Reports, October 1998
Three-dimensional Joint-Transform Correlator demonstrated
OE Reports, September 1998
Neural robot learns to change its mind
OE Reports, September 1998
Pyrotechnic materials integrate with micromachined silicon to produce space probes
OE Reports, August 1998
Grating Light Valve speed exploited in new architecture
OE Reports, August 1998
Programmable image rotator has no moving parts
OE Reports, July 1998
Time sensitivity a key factor in signal processing with SHB
OE Reports, July 1998
Spectral hole burning is a complex world
OE Reports, June 1998
Very large refractive index change in optically addressed LC film
OE Reports, May 1998
Whispering-gallery modes couple in micro-ring lasers
OE Reports, May 1998
MIT Media Laboratory spins off holographic hard copy
OE Reports, April 1998
San Diego researchers use DNA to integrate optoelectronics
OE Reports,  April 1998
New glass allows persistent, high-temperature, spectral hole burning
OE Reports, March 1998
DNA molecules grafted on silicon with optical tweezers
OE Reports, March 1998
Optical correlators escape from the lab
OE Reports, February 1998
Infrared photonic crystals fabricated using deep x-ray lithography
OE Reports, January 1998
Two-photon absorption allows imaging of silicon circuits
OE Reports, January 1998
Creating micro-explosions in the lab
OE Reports, December 1997
Micromachined wavelength filters have wide tunability and narrow linewidth
OE Reports, December 1997
NTT device suitable for LANs
OE Reports, November 1997
Noncontact microscope has subnanometer resolution
OE Reports, November 1997
Stacked LED structure combines red, green and blue emitters
OE Reports, October 1997
New artificial neuron pushes neural networks towards cognition
OE Reports, September 1997
Recording real-time holograms in photorefractive MQWs
OE Reports, August 1997
New hologram can be switched to produce many outputs
OE Reports, August 1997
Optical encoders for miniature motors
OE Reports, July 1997
Optics expands into tiny displays
OE Reports, June 1997
Microassembly integrates systems at nanotolerances
OE Reports, May 1997
COLOR display uses solid state laser pulses
OE Reports, April 1997
Optoelectronic cellular neural networks have simulated success
OE Reports, April 1997
Letting microbots feel their way
OE Reports, March 1997
Neural network demonstrated using semiconductor laser modes
OE Reports, March 1997
Better performance without wires: Optical interconnects in computers
OE Reports, February 1997
Polarization-independent filters for WDM in waveguides
OE Reports, January 1997
Alabama researchers create real-time 3D display
OE Reports, January 1997
Holograms and SLMs: The core of a new technology
OE Reports, December 1996
Imaginary index changes allow light modulation
OE Reports, November 1996
Quantum dots get organized
OE Reports, November 1996
Now you can download hardware, too
OE Reports, October 1996
Uranium optics and micromechanics may improve nanolithography
OE Reports, October 1996
Photorefractive processor for phased-array radar
OE Reports, September 1996
Tweezing with donuts
OE Reports, September 1996
IBM: Coming to grips with holographic bits
OE Reports, August 1996
Racing pulses keep excitons under control
OE Reports, August 1996
Bell Laboratories researchers demonstrate long-life optical switching network
OE Reports, July 1996
Nanofabrication of microcavity should lead to low-threshold lasers
OE Reports, July 1996
Take it away
OE Reports, June 1996
RPI research repels solitons
OE Reports, June 1996
The rise and rise of the holographic printer
OE Reports, May 1996
Cavendish’s COAST captures Capella
OE Reports, April 1996
New generation of VCSELs from Stanford
OE Reports, April 1996
Making microlenses the easy way
OE Reports, March 1996
IBM optical data storage: Beyond the diffraction limit
OE Reports, March 1996
Holograms brighten up the environment
OE Reports, February 1996
Engineers use biological model to image through scattering media
OE Reports, January 1996
Holographic interferometry for correcting high-contrast SLMs
OE Reports, November 1995
Sony Research Center gets more bits from its pits
OE Reports, October 1995
Waveguide modulators move toward practicality
OE Reports, June 1995
Holographic storage: From pixels to bits
OE Reports, May 1995
Cesium vapor proves most efficient nonlinear optical material
OE Reports, April 1995
Optical processor operates through exciton transport
OE Reports, April 1995
Semiconductors provide new material for holographic recording
OE Reports, February 1995
Robots think soccer is Dynamite
OE Reports, January 1995
Three-wavelength device could process signals at up to 100 GHz
OE Reports, November 1994
Fast polarization controllers aid progress in fiber optics
OE Reports, August 1994
New filter could speed optoelectronic databases
OE Reports, July 1994
New technology for monitoring micro-organisms
OE Reports, May 1994
Robots mark their territory
OE Reports, April 1994
Lockheed uses micro-optics in advanced sensors
OE Reports, March 1994
Optical controller speeds robots on their way
OE Reports, February 1994
Electro-optic controller for phased-array antennas
OE Reports, January 1994
3D real-time video display
OE Reports, November 1993
Two-photon absorption allows data storage in 3D
OE Reports, October 1993
New polymer used to transmit and receive TV signals
OE Reports, September 1993