Optoelectronics, photonics and lasers

Latest Innovations

Phase and Intensity Modulator Comprising of a RE-Doped Fiber

Dr. Dragic from the University of IL has developed a phase and intensity modulator using rare earth doped ytterbium fiber. The modulators are unconventional because they...

Optical Fibers with Low Thermo-optic Coefficient

Dr. Dragic from the University of Illinois has developed an optical fiber for high-powered fiber laser applications.  This fiber is specifically designed with the thermal...

High Resolution Distributed Sensor

Inventors from the University of Illinois have developed novel phase-separated optical fibers for use in a distributed sensor. These phase-separated optical fibers have...

Defect Resistant Red LEDs

Standard red LEDs suffer from rapid degradation and low efficiency, which becomes increasingly poor at smaller dimensions. Dr. Lee’s novel LED design integrates InP...

A Method for the Heterogeneous Integration of III-Nitride-based Materials for the Development of Optoelectronic Devices

 

Professor Dallesassee and coworkers from the University of Illinois has developed a method for the heterogeneous integration of III-Nitride materials on various...

Miniature Mercury Lamp

Researchers from the University of Illinois, along with their collaborators at Eden Park Illumination, have developed a new miniaturized lamp for uses in atomic clocks and...

Stretchable and Flexible Optoelectronics from Crumpled Two-Dimensional Material Heterostructures

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a platform for stretchable + flexible optoelectronics that offer consistent performance in stretched vs. non-...

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