How does light propagate in integrated chip circuits?

Technion scientists have found an answer to this and are paving the way for new applications in communication, imaging, and data processing with quantum computers. Prof. Guy Bartal and his doctoral student Matan Iluz from the Laboratory for Applied Photonics Research worked with Prof. Amir Rosenthal and his team to develop a new examination method to improve and document the optical characteristics of chips. This includes in particular the movement and propagation of light in the chips. So far, this has not been achieved non-destructively.

The Technion scientists made use of the optical properties of the silicone and achieved results that will optimize future chip architectures without impairing the processes under investigation.

Prof. Guy Bartal, PhD

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