New paper on spatio-spectral control of coherent nanophotonics: Our partner from Oxford presents for the first time an approach to demonstrate a non-volatile, wavelength-addressable element, providing a pathway for exploring the tunable capabilities in both spatial and spectral domains of coherent nanophotonics.
Check out our first paper in 2024
From two-dimensional to three-dimensional processing – new paper on “Higher-dimensional processing using a photonic tensor core with continuous-time data”
The University of Oxford, in collaboration with researchers from the Universities of Münster, Exeter, and
The University of Muenster, in collaboration with our partners from the Universities of Exeter and