Atwater is recognized for his contributions to photovoltaic science and technology at the 46th annual IEEE PVSC conference.
Vahala group and collaborators design vernier spectrometer with a microresonator
Over the last few years, the Kavli Nanoscience Institute has made a concerted effort to increasing the technical capabilities within the KNI Laboratory.
Tirrell is named a member of the American Philosophical Society at the organization's Spring 2019 Meeting.
Meet the first cohort of KNI SURF-the-WAVE prize fellows.
The magic cavity represents a small – but significant – step towards realizing more complex and powerful open quantum systems of light and matter, so-called Quantum Photonic Matter.
Michal Lipson will present the last KNI Distinguished Seminar of the season of "The Revolution of Silicon Photonics"
Caltech article features Medical Engineering professor Wei Gao's work on personalized medical devices that analyze an individual's sweat.
Nathalie de Leon will present the next KNI Distinguished Seminar on "Engineering coherent defects in diamond".
Professor Jonathan Simon will present on "Making Matter from Light: Mott Insulators and Topological Fluids".
The Roukes group observes the complex patterns in a group of nanoelectromechanical oscillators to glean new insights on network behavior.
Professor Marko Loncar of Harvard University will give the second KNI Distinguished Seminar on Wednesday, March 6.
Faraon research group member challenges the boundaries of flat optics.
The Feynman Prize for Excellence in Teaching is Caltech's most prestigious teaching honor.
Aluminum oxide nanolattice structures are crushed and stretched, revealing a strength-to-density ratio higher than any other reported material.
Professor Stephen Quake visits Caltech to give talk on unraveling the nature of cellular identity.
Caltech provost is the recipient of the 2019 Ronald Breslow Award for Achievement in Biomimetic Chemistry.
The award honors "innovative research in the chemical sciences that contributes to a better understanding of the natural sciences and to the benefit of humanity".