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Squeezing light into new miniature devices

Squeezing light into new miniature devices IBS develops new optical circuit components to manipulate lightDo you think your computer is fast enough? Think again. The computers of the future could work almost at the speed of light! Nanophotonics, the study of light at the nanometer scale, could indeed bring the speed of our technology to a completely different level.
Published in Nature Communications, these devices combine the advantages of photonics and electronics on the same platform.
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Making Graphene Using Laser-induced Phase Separation

Making Graphene Using Laser-induced Phase SeparationIBS & KAIST researchers clarify how laser annealing technology can lead to production of ultrathin nanomaterials.
All our smart phones have shiny flat AMOLED displays. Behind each single pixel of these displays hide at least two silicon transistors which were mass-manufactured using laser annealing technologies.
date2016-12-01

Black Phosphorus Doesn

Black Phosphorus Doesn't Mind Water (if it is de-aerated)Black Phosphorus Doesn't Mind Water (if it is de-aerated).
IBS researchers disprove the idea that water degrades black phosphorus and find the material is actually hydrophobic.
date2016-12-01

The Thinnest Photodetector in the World

The Thinnest Photodetector in the WorldThe Center for Integrated Nanostructure Physics has developed the world's thinnest photodetector, that is a device that converts light into an electric current. With a thickness of just 1.3 nanometers this device could be used in the Internet of Things, smart devices, wearable electronics and photoelectronics.date2016-11-09

Adding Hydrogen to Graphene

Adding Hydrogen to GrapheneIBS researchers report fundamental study of how graphene is hydrogenated. Adding hydrogen to graphene could improve its future applicability in the semiconductor industry, when silicon leaves offdate2016-11-03

It

It's Official: Phonon and Magnon are a CoupleIBS scientists observe and model the coupling of two collective atomic excitations, known as magnons and phonons.
This study could provide an important breakthrough for solving a 100 year old physical problem, and deepen our knowledge of an interesting class of materials called multiferroics
date2016-10-19

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IBS Research 6th issue

IBS Research 6th issue

CRISPR genome technology has transformed the present and future of biology. This precise and efficient editing tool ushers in an era of a series of revolutions in ...

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