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  • 23 Jul 2018 Unique Optic Isolator Developed at Technion Researchers at Israel’s Technion have created a mechanical way to make light go one way (and one way only) at nanoscales. It’s the first of its kind optical “isolator,” which might prove useful in quantum computing and optical computing, where you want to precisely control the direction and “size” of the light signals that move from chip to chip and carry the information of the computational process.
  • 23 Jul 2018 אופטיקה חדשה חוקרים בטכניון יצרו מערכת אופטית חדשה: "קיפודי אור" ננומטריים הסוללים דרך ליישומים חדשים בעיבוד מידע, בהעברתו ובאחסונו. המערכת צפויה להוביל לגילוי מגוון תופעות אופטיות חדשות
  • 16 Nov 2020 Spin-optics on an Atomic Scale: Chips of the Future Technion researchers develop a smart light source based on a single atomic layer of matter. The achievement provides a platform for the development of new quantum applications for computing and communication. Researchers at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology have developed a new light source based on a single atomic layer. The discovery is based on the interaction of a single atomic layer with nano-antenna arrays in a silicon chip by creating defects in photonic crystals.
  • 09 Dec 2018 Umbrella Winter School 2018  The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology together with two German institutions, RWTH Aachen University, and the Jülich Research Center, collaborated in a joint Umbrella Winter School in Kfar Blum in the North of Israel on December 9-13.   Pictures on the RBNI Facebook page School Video Clip