Innovations in Silicon Photonics, Volumetric Displays, and Transmission

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This issue of Microelectronics TOE covers recent developments in silicon photonics, volumetric displays, and transmission. Innovations profiled include cladding technique for reducing propagation loss in mid-IR range for silicon photonics by the Columbia University, 3D image generation in liquid screen using lasers by the Utsunomiya University, high definition holographic displays from silicon pillars by the Australian National University, material substrates developed for wearables by the Missouri University of Science and Technology, and advanced data transmission at nanoscale by the University of Cincinnati. The Microelectronics TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) captures global electronics-related innovat

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Innovations in Silicon Photonics, Volumetric Displays, and TransmissionRecent Developments in Silicon Photonics, Volumetric Displays, and TransmissionCladding Technique for Reducing Propagation Loss in Mid-IR Range for Silicon Photonics3D Image Generation in Liquid Screen Using LasersHigh Definition Holographic Displays from Silicon PillarsDeveloping Material Substrates for WearablesAdvanced Data Transmission at NanoscaleIndustry Contacts

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