24 Dec 2020 - 00:00
Research conducted in the Light-Matter Interactions for Quantum Technologies Unit at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology...
Type: Press release
27 Jul 2020 - 10:00
Nanoparticles are tiny. At just 1/1000th of a millimeter, they’re impossible to see with the naked eye. But, despite being small, they’re extremely important in many ways. If scientists want to take...
Type: News Article
27 Jul 2020 - 09:37
The asymmetric split rings successfully trapped 20 nm polystyrene particles at certain regions.
Type: Photo
27 Jul 2020 - 00:00
Dr. Domna Kotsifaki demonstrates how their experiment is conducted.  
Type: Photo
27 Jul 2020 - 00:00
Using a metamaterial, the group traps nanoparticles.
Type: Photo
2 Mar 2020 - 10:00
Researchers in the Light-Matter Interactions for Quantum Technologies Unit at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate...
Type: News Article
26 Feb 2020 - 13:38
The scientists used a device called a magneto-optical trap (MOT) to capture and cool Rubidium atoms, which were then excited to a Rydberg state.
Type: Photo
9 Jan 2020 - 09:00
Scientists at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have developed a light-based device that can act as a biosensor, detecting biological substances in materials...
Type: News Article
8 Jan 2020 - 14:18
Left: Photothermal maps of a microbubble resonator, both out-of-focus (top), and in-focus (bottom). Scale bars 20μm.  Right: Optical micrographs of two microbubble resonators with different...
Type: Photo
11 Jul 2018 - 15:11
A diagram showing the new WGR experiments. Test particles (shown here in green) are passed through a light field, which distorts the light wavelength, which can be used to detect the particles.
Type: Photo
11 Jul 2018 - 15:08
Dr Jonathan Ward with his co-author, Dr Fuchuan Lei.
Type: Photo
11 Jul 2018 - 15:07
 A magnified photograph of a glass Whispering Gallery Resonator. The bubble is extremely small, less than the width of a human hair.
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