Newsletter | December 2, 2023

12.02.23 -- The Best Of November: Superconducting Cameras, Quantum Computing Learning, And More!


NIST’s Superconducting Camera 400 Times More Powerful Than Any Other Device Of Its Type

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and their colleagues have built a superconducting camera containing 400,000 pixels — 400 times more than any other device of its type.


Improving Signal To Noise Ratio

Article | Iridian Spectral Technologies

The path to improving signal-to-noise ratio – the ratio of the power of signal (desired input) to the power of background noise (undesired input) – is to reduce the power of the noise – less background.

The Promise Of Hydrogen: Metrology Of Fuel Cell Manufacturing

Article | Zygo Corporation

Fuel cells have recently penetrated the electric vehicle market due to their efficiency, quick refueling, and longevity. Many of today’s larger truck manufacturers are looking to fuel cells as a long-haul goods transport solution that can also reduce harmful emissions.

Hands-On Quantum Computing Learning

Article | Mad City Labs, Inc.

This hands-on introduction to quantum computing promotes more immediately applicable expertise, opening opportunities for non-graduate-level workers.


UC Irvine Professor To Help Design The Most Powerful Laser In The World

NASA’s First Two-Way End-To-End Laser Communications Relay System

Engineers Develop A New Detector System For Quantum Computing

LLNL’s National Ignition Facility Delivers Record Laser Energy

Photonics Team Develops High-Performance Ultrafast Lasers That Fit On A Fingertip


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