Multi-level diffractive lens (MDL) designs drastically enhance depth of focus by over 4 orders of magnitude, enabling focus maintenance for objects separated by large distances.
With the control of the phase in the image plane, a single diffractive surface can correct chromatic aberrations over a wide bandwidth, simplifying imaging systems.
Manufacturing strategies for scalable high-precision 3D printing of structures from the micro to the macro range
Two-photon absorption (TPA) provides freedom in design for the fabrication of novel products that are not feasible with conventional techniques.
Patterning metal contacts on monolayer MoS2 with vanishing Schottky barriers using thermal nanolithography
Thermal Scanning Probe Lithography enables precise metal electrode patterning on 2D semiconductors like MoS2, improving device performance with vanishing Schottky barriers and exceptional properties.
Achromatic diffractive lenses (ADLs) enable imaging across the visible spectrum, achieving diffraction-limited focusing and high numerical aperture. Cost-effective and scalable for widespread use.
Via-hole oxidation process for forming buried oxide-confined waveguides, resulting in straight, low-loss waveguides with smooth interfaces, simplifying III-V-semiconductor-oxide photonic device fabrication.
First experimental demonstration of vertically-coupled micro-disk resonators to buried access waveguides on III-V semiconductor using simplified three-dimensional integration scheme, achieving high-quality devices.
Symmetry breaking of the surface mediated quantum Hall Effect in Bi2Se3 nanoplates using Fe3O4 substrates
Bottom surface-induced ferromagnetism in Bi2Se3 nanoplate devices on SiO2 and ferromagnetic insulator substrates decouples quantum Hall effects, revealing shifted half-integer QHEs in a three-channel model.
High-resolution lithography has played a central role in the nanotechnology revolution of the past decade. While ultra-high resolution lithography (<50
In the last weeks, another NanoFrazor® system from Heidelberg Instruments was installed in Canada at the University of Alberta/NRC, where