New approaches to manipulating light absorption in optical resonators
Researchers discovered new approaches to manipulating light absorption in optical resonators by different types of optical losses.
[Research supported by U.S. National Science Foundation grant EFMA 1641109 and DMR 1743235.]
Learn more in the Washington University in St. Louis news story Engineering various sources of loss provides new features for perfect light absorption. (Date of image: 2021; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: Feb. 16, 2022)
Credit: Lan Yang, Electrical and Systems Engineering Department, Washington University in St. Louis
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