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Scientists of the International Institute «Photonics and Optical Information Technology» of ITMO University for the first time in the world measured nonlinearities in the terahertz frequency range.

Researchers from Laboratory of Femtosecond Optics and Femtotechnologies of ITMO University have, for the first time in history, managed to directly measure the nonlinear refractive index of matter in the terahertz range. The results of their experiments were compared with previously existing theoretical predictions in order to confirm the presence of nonlinear effects. The obtained data can be used to control light, as well as in fundamental and biomedical research. The results have been published in Optics Express.

Scientists of the International Institute «Photonics and optical information technology» of the ITMO University participate in «SPIE Photonics Asia-2018».

The largest international conference of Asia on optics and Photonics «SPIE Photonics Asia-2018» was held in Beijing (China), October 11-13. The conference «SPIE Photonics Asia-2018» was attended by a group of scientists of the International Institute «Photonics and optical information technology» leaded by its head, Professor Sergei А. Kozlov. The head of the international laboratory of «Femtosecond optics and femtotechnologies» Anton Tcypkin and the PhD student Maksim Melnik presented their scientific works at the conference.

The cooperation of the International Institute of Photonics and optical information technology of the ITMO University and the National Institute of telecommunications of Brazil.

The international institute Photonics and optical information technology of the ITMO University, visited professor of National Institute of telecommunications of Brazil Joel Rodrigues, by the invitation of the professor Sergey Kozlov. Professor Rodrigues directs the laboratory registered in National scientific fund of Brazil. Its laboratory works in two main research directions: one is bound to work in the field of the Internet of things, and the second assumes working on by the next generation of networks and applications.

Leading scientists of the International Institute of Photonics and Optoinformatics made presentations at the largest international forum «IRMMW-THz 2018».

Leading scientists of the International Institute of Photonics and Optoinformatics of ITMO University took part in the 43rd international conference on infrared, millimeter and terahertz waves "IRMMW-THz 2018", which was held from 9 to 14 September in Nagoya, Japan. This conference dates back to 1974 and is the best known largest continuous forum specifically dedicated to the field of microwave electronics and applications. The conference venue alternates between Europe, Asia and America in a three-year cycle. Every year the conference gathers more than five hundred participants from all over the world. Year by year the interest to the conference only grows, the geography and the number of its participants expands. This year the conference was attended by about 800 people with 392 oral and 335 poster presentations.

European Commission supports DigiTwins

18th of May, DigiTwins received an invitation from the European Commission to enter the next stage of the competition to become an EU Flagship for Future and Emerging Technologies. DigiTwins, a large research initiative in Europe and beyond aims at revolutionizing healthcare and biomedical research for the benefit of citizens and society and at contributing to Europe’s Digital Single Market strategy through the creation of Digital Twins.

Quantum network connects young scientists from Russia and U.S.

Nine students from the Institute of Optics (Rochester, USA) have arrived to ITMO University to participate in the Summer Research camp in Photonics–2016. They spent two summer weeks there not only for sightseeing, but also learning about the emerging practical applications of femtosecond optics, terahertz biomedicine and quantum information technologies. Together with their ITMO fellows, two guests, Eric Herbert and Barry Magenya, were involved in unique quantum communications project.

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