Non-trivial topological waveguides tutorial in charge of Prof. Dr. Marco Miniaci (08/07/2021)
A tutorial about designs and measurements of non-trivial topological waveguides took place last 8th July. Was in charge of Prof. Dr. Marco Miniaci and it can be seen in this link.
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The volumes of data that are processed globally every day boggle the mind. Cloud-based platforms, the emerging Internet of Things and future mission-critical applications such as self-driving cars require ever faster processing speeds and reliability of information transmission.
Combined with this is the need to reduce energy consumption. The EU-funded LEIT project is developing technology for very low-power and low-loss information transmission in nanoelectronic circuits based on using phonons as the information carries. Phonons are vibrational energy packets or quanta of sound arising from oscillating atoms in a crystal, much like photons are quanta of light. Better yet, the platforms will be compatible with silicon technologies.
MSc. Ariadna Peral Guillamón
Project Manager Phononic and Photonic Nanostructure Group
Edifici ICN2, Campus UAB, Bellaterra 08193, Barcelona, Spain