NewsNew integrated device for nanometer-scale sensing

20th May 2020by admin0
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Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology have
developed a new, integrated optical sensor that provides increased
resolution in measurements and paves the way for fully integrated
and compact optical sensors including lasers and detectors for
on-chip sensing platforms. Such sensors could play a pivotal role
in accurate displacement and force measurements at the nanoscale,
which is crucial for microchip and nanodevice design and
evaluation. This research has been published in Nature
Communications.

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