Research Areas

We deal with a wide range of research areas.

Scientific Societies

Various scientific and technological news

  • The Beating Heart of the World’s First Exascale Supercomputer June 24, 2022
    The world’s latest fastest supercomputer, Frontier at Oak Ridge National Lab, in Tennessee, is so powerful that it operates faster than the next seven best supercomputers combined and more than twice as well as the No. 2 machine. Frontier is not only the first machine to break the exascale barrier, a threshold of a billion […]
    Charles Q. Choi
  • Electromagnetic Simulations in Automotive Industry June 16, 2022
    This whitepaper shows several examples of how WIPL-D electromagnetic simulator can be applied to various scenarios in the automotive industry: a radar antenna mounted on a car bumper operating at 24 GHz, 40 GHz, and 77 GHz, an EM obstacle detection at 77 GHz, and vehicle-to-vehicle communication at 5.9 GHz. Download this free whitepaper now!
    WIPL-D
  • This AI Chip Hits New Ultralow Power Lows June 15, 2022
    This article is part of our exclusive IEEE Journal Watch series in partnership with IEEE Xplore. Our brains may not be big, but they pack a lot of computing power, given their size. For this reason, many researchers have been interested in creating artificial networks that mimic the neural signal processing of the brain. These […]
    Michelle Hampson
  • The First High-Yield, Sub-Penny Plastic Processor June 14, 2022
    For decades, hopeful techies have been promising a world where absolutely every object you encounter—bandages, bottles, bananas—will have some kind of smarts thanks to supercheap programmable plastic processors. If you’ve been wondering why that hasn’t happened yet, it’s that nobody has built working processors that can be made in the billions for less than a […]
    Samuel K. Moore
  • Quantum Computers Exponentially Faster at Untangling Insights June 13, 2022
    Using Google’s Sycamore quantum processor, a new study reveals that quantum computers need exponentially fewer experiments than classical machines to reveal insights about viruses, black holes, and more.Quantum computers can theoretically achieve a quantum advantage where they can find the answers to problems no classical computer could solve even if given thousands of years or […]
    Charles Q. Choi
  • Why Graphyne Isn’t Graphene 2.0 June 23, 2022
    Since graphene’s discovery 18 years ago—leading to a Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010—the versatile material has been investigated for hundreds of applications. These include strong composite materials, high-capacity battery electrodes, transparent conductive coatings for displays and solar cells, supersmall and ultrafast transistors, and printable electronics.While graphene is finding its way into sports equipment and […]
    Prachi Patel
  • This Amplifier Chip for Light Is Faint No More June 22, 2022
    Photonics has long held the promise of microchips that operate faster and consume less energy than their electronic counterparts. However, developing such circuitry has proven challenging over the years. One of the primary difficulties involves providing enough output power to yield a strong enough signal. However, researchers have now developed a chip-scale power booster for […]
    Charles Q. Choi
  • The First High-Yield, Sub-Penny Plastic Processor June 14, 2022
    For decades, hopeful techies have been promising a world where absolutely every object you encounter—bandages, bottles, bananas—will have some kind of smarts thanks to supercheap programmable plastic processors. If you’ve been wondering why that hasn’t happened yet, it’s that nobody has built working processors that can be made in the billions for less than a […]
    Samuel K. Moore
  • ​How a Design Battle Between Chip Engineers Led to Polaroid’s Revolutionary SX-70 Camera June 11, 2022
    In one corner stood the defending champion, Texas Instruments. In the other stood the challenger, Fairchild Semiconductor. The referee, judge, promoter, and only spectator was Polaroid. In contention was the contract for the electronics of Polaroid’s secret project—a pioneering product introduced in 1972 as the SX-70, a camera eventually purchased by millions of people.As the […]
    Tekla S. Perry
  • Improved Dynamic Range for Pulse Detection June 11, 2022
    Join Teledyne SP Devices for an introduction to our Pulse Detection Range eXtension (PDRX) technology. It achieves a dynamic range equivalent to 16-bit analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) while exceeding the sampling rate supported by commercially available devices. It is ideal for pulse capture in applications such as mass spectrometry. Register now for this free webinar!Topics covered […]
    Teledyne
  • ESA boosts the satellite-enabled 5G media market June 21, 2022
    Film fans, gamers and future metaverse users will be able to experience high-quality videos, games and extended reality environments live and uninterrupted from anywhere, as satellites link up with terrestrial-based next-generation 5G and 6G connectivity.
  • easyJet signs up for space-enabled digital skies June 21, 2022
    Passengers on board commercial airline easyJet will speed to their destinations faster and greener, thanks to an ESA-backed initiative to digitalise the skies.
  • Iris system to digitalise airspace goes global June 9, 2022
    A space-enabled system to help clear congested skies while reducing carbon emissions is going global, following a deal signed today between satellite communications provider Inmarsat and ESA.
  • Space-enabled 5G links Japan and Europe June 8, 2022
    Engineers have connected Japan and Europe via space-enabled next-generation 5G telecommunication links. It is the first time that such an intercontinental connection has been established between Europe and Japan.
  • Sustainable connectivity in space May 27, 2022
    The world’s first mission to remove several small telecommunications satellites from orbit once they reach the end of their operational service is about to start building and testing its prototype spacecraft.
  • Free On-Demand Webinars on Data Acquisition Boards and Their Applications June 23, 2022
    Dive into the world of digitizers and explore how they can benefit your application. Explore the basics of digitizers, pulse detection, peer-to-peer streaming, and more. Whether you are a scientist, engineer, student or if you want to know more about Teledyne SP Devices deep knowledge base there is something for everyone. Register now for these […]
    Teledyne
  • This Amplifier Chip for Light Is Faint No More June 22, 2022
    Photonics has long held the promise of microchips that operate faster and consume less energy than their electronic counterparts. However, developing such circuitry has proven challenging over the years. One of the primary difficulties involves providing enough output power to yield a strong enough signal. However, researchers have now developed a chip-scale power booster for […]
    Charles Q. Choi
  • Neuronlike Memristors Could Superspeed 6G Wireless June 16, 2022
    The dream for the next generation of wireless communications, 6G, includes speeds of up to trillions of bits per second. Now a new study reveals that neuronlike devices made of atomically thin films might serve as key switches in upcoming 6G networks.The current generation of wireless communications, 5G, began its rollout in 2020. Initial deployment […]
    Charles Q. Choi
  • Improving Cell Reception By Making Signals Noisier June 16, 2022
    In wireless communications, noise from the environment or other signals is almost always seen as something to overcome. The Mountain View, Calif.–based Artemis Networks, however, has a different idea. Artemis has developed a system in which a group of antennas work together to flood an area with what on the surface looks like noise but […]
    Michael Koziol
  • Hollow-Core Fiber Beams a Kilowatt of Laser Power Up to a Kilometer June 7, 2022
    Recent reductions in loss of hollow-core fibers make them attractive for communication applications. Now a hollow-core fiber described in Nature Photonics on 30 May can transport a kilowatt of laser power up to a kilometer away. The development marks a big step for precision machining that requires high-power laser beams. Standard optical fibers—whether they’re being […]
    Jeff Hecht