IEEE, SPIE, and OSA will support students within a new program launched in collaboration with MIT’s Initiative for Knowledge and Innovation in Manufacturing.
Simple chip powered by quantum dots allows standard microscopes to visualize difficult-to-image biological organisms.
The new method could impact devices used in imaging, machine learning, and more.
Qubits made from strontium and calcium ions can be precisely controlled by technology that already exists.
A new method determines whether circuits are accurately executing complex operations that classical computers can’t tackle.
MIT wins $5 million grant to develop a virtual lab that will prepare students for jobs in industry and government.
Study of minerals widely used in industrial processes could lead to discovery of new materials for catalysis and filtering.
MIT, Singapore researchers show high-quality photonic device based on amorphous silicon carbide.
Simulations suggest photonic chip could run optical neural networks 10 million times more efficiently than its electrical counterparts.
“Metasurfaces” that manipulate light at tiny scales could find uses in cellphone lenses, smart-car sensors, and optical fibers.