Microring resonators converting laser light into frequency combs
Illustration showing an array of microring resonators on a chip, converting laser light into frequency combs.
[This research was performed in part at the Cornell NanoScale Facility, a National Science Foundation (NSF) National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure member supported by NSF grant ECCS 1542081.]
Learn more about this research in the NSF News From the Field story Columbia engineers build smallest integrated Kerr frequency comb generator. (Date image taken: 2018; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: Nov. 20, 2019
Credit: Brian Stern/Columbia Engineering
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