• Cambridge Optical 'Opera'

    published: 09 Apr 2013
  • Bluetooth vs USB vs Optical cable connection

    This is a video presenting the different connections between a computer and a DAC - Home Stereo. Bluetooth, USB and Optical connection, which one is better? For all of you guys who would like to find out more there is a great comment from John Scott (see below) - he deferentially has the knowledge on the subject!!! Go check it. Cambridge Audio DacMagic Plus Vincent Stereo Preamplifire SA-31 ARCAM P85 Power Amplifire Tannoy 637

    published: 20 Feb 2016
  • UKNOF36 - A Cambridge Lesson on building your own fibre network

    Speaker: Mr. Jon Holgate (Cambridge University) https://indico.uknof.org.uk/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=38 In 1992, the University of Cambridge completed the installation of its own metropolitan wide fibre optic network, principally to support the transfer of ‘digital books’ for the Classics departments. On its 25th anniversary, Jon Holgate takes the opportunity to reflect on the lessons learned from deploying and managing the largest academic private fibre network in Europe. This presentation reflects on how assumptions made 25 years ago have transpired, the statistical probability of fence post boring machines and the price of peas.

    published: 13 Feb 2017
  • IGCSE Computer Science Tutorial: 1.3.5 (d) – Optical Off-line Storage

    Candidates should be able to: • Describe the principles of operation of optical off-line storage devices: CDs, DVDs, DVD-RAM and Blu-ray disks. Any questions? Email me at: limacmcquay150@gmail.com.

    published: 29 Feb 2016
  • Lighting up the Brain | Adam Cohen | TEDxCambridge

    Every thought, feeling, sensation, and idea you have is encoded in little electrical impulses that travel through the neurons in your brain. Misregulation of these impulses is implicated in every disease of the nervous system. Until recently, neurons were largely unobtainable; and the electrical impulses traveling through them were invisible. These two challenges hampered efforts to develop new medicines for the brain. New advances in stem cell biology now allow scientists to reprogram skin cells into neurons, providing a readily available source of neurons from healthy people and from patients with genetically based diseases of the nervous system. Dr. Cohen’s lab introduced a gene from a Dead Sea microorganism into neurons, which converts neural electrical impulses into flashes of fluores...

    published: 21 Oct 2015
  • Rethinking the Brain Machine Interface | Polina Anikeeva | TEDxCambridge

    The way humans interact with computers has evolved from punch cards, to the keyboard and mouse, to much more sophisticated user interfaces, but the kinds of connections imagined in movies like The Matrix, Avatar or Pacific Rim still seem like science fiction. Polina Anikeeva is working to turn fiction into fact, not to help with virtual reality technology, but to help amputees restore full functionality to prosthetic limbs - not just to control the muscles, but to be able to feel and touch again. To achieve this, you need the precision of a virtuoso pianist to connect neural tissue to the prosthetic limb. The key to this precision is finding the right materials. Dr. Polina Anikeeva is an assistant professor of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT and a principle investigator of the Bi...

    published: 09 Jul 2015
  • The Super-Resolution Revolution

    Cambridge scientists are part of a resolution revolution. Building powerful instruments that shatter the physical limits of optical microscopy, they are beginning to watch molecular processes as they happen, and in three dimensions. Here, Professor Clemens Kaminski describes how a new era of super-resolution microscopy has begun. The developments earned inventors Eric Betzig and William E Moerner (USA) and Stefan Hell (Germany) the 2014 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, and are based on clever physical tricks that work around the problem of light diffraction. Among the scientists in Cambridge who are using the techniques, Kaminski’s team in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology designs and builds super-resolution microscopes to study Alzheimer’s disease. “The technology is ba...

    published: 27 Feb 2015
  • Optical fibre sensors

    Optical fibre sensing has been around for some time, but only a small proportion of the sensing capabilities of fibre have been commercially exploited. Andrew Strong reflects on the current world of optical sensors and where the next commercial success may be found.

    published: 06 Oct 2017
  • General Optical Company

    published: 13 Jul 2015
  • Alex Kuzmich, "Optical spectroscopy of triply charged thorium"

    Alex Kuzmich, GATECH during the workshop of "Quantum Applications with Trapped Ions" lecture titled "Optical spectroscopy of triply charged thorium" at the Institute for Theoretical, Atomic and Molecular and Optical Physics, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, Massachusetts on September 16-18. 2013. © Harvard University and Alex Kuzmich. The text and images on ITAMP's YouTube channel are intended for public access and educational use. This material is owned or held by the President and Fellows of Harvard College. It is being provided solely for the purpose of teaching or individual research or enrichment. Any other use, including commercial reuse, mounting on other systems, or other forms of redistribution requires permission. ITAMP is supported through grants by the N...

    published: 17 Oct 2013
  • Optical Storage

    An overview of optical storage such as CD, DVD, BluRay

    published: 10 Sep 2013
  • Mudstacle TV | OCR World Championships 2015 Male Frontrunner Highlights

    We followed Jonathan Albon, Ryan Atkins, Cody Moat, Conor Hancock and Hobie Call at the 2015 OCR world Championships and these are the highlights.

    published: 18 Oct 2015
  • Michael Koehl, "Single Ion Coupled to an Optical Fiber Cavity"

    Michael Koehl, University of Cambridge, during the workshop of "Quantum Control of Trapped Atomic Ions" lecture "Single Ion Coupled to an Optical Fiber Cavity" at the Institute for Theoretical, Atomic and Molecular and Optical Physics, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, Massachusetts on September 16-25. 2013. © Harvard University and Michael Koehl. The text and images on ITAMP's YouTube channel are intended for public access and educational use. This material is owned or held by the President and Fellows of Harvard College. It is being provided solely for the purpose of teaching or individual research or enrichment. Any other use, including commercial reuse, mounting on other systems, or other forms of redistribution requires permission. ITAMP is supported through gra...

    published: 18 Oct 2013
  • Masud Mansuripur: Developing a theory of optical momentum

    Applications of radiation pressure and photon momentum include solar sails, optical tweezers for optical trapping and micromanipulation, and optically driven micromotors and actuators. Masud Mansuripur is professor and chair of Optical Data Storage at the College of Optical Sciences of the University of Arizona in Tucson. He received a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1981. Mansuripur is the author of "Introduction to Information Theory" (Prentice-Hall, 1987), "The Physical Principles of Magneto-Optical Recording" (Cambridge University Press, 1995), "Classical Optics and its Applications" (Cambridge University Press, 2002, second edition 2009, Japanese translation 2006 and 2012), and "Field, Force, Energy and Momentum in Classical Electrodynamics" (Bentham e-book...

    published: 10 Feb 2017
  • EYE Q OPTICAL (Boston,Cambridge and Jamaica Plain, Mass.)

    Take a glimpse into the world of EYE Q...

    published: 07 Sep 2009
  • Colloquium: Masud Mansuripur - Macromolecular Data Storage

    Abstract(s): Many of the traditional problems in disk and tape data storage can be overcome if data-blocks were to be released from the confines of a disk (or tape) and allowed to float freely between read/write stations (i.e., heads) and permanent "parking spots." The heads and parking spots thus become fixed structures within an integrated chip, while the macromolecular data blocks themselves become the (mobile) storage media. In this scheme, a large number of read/write heads could operate in parallel, the heads and parking spots would be constructed (layer upon layer) in a truly 3-dimensional fashion, and individual nanometer sized molecules - strung together in a flexible macromolecular chain - would be used to represent the 0’s and 1's of binary information. We discuss the potential...

    published: 11 Sep 2017
  • Lecture 003 : Optical Interferometry in Practice

    This Lecture presents the Optical interferometry in practice which presented at EuroSummer School entitled the Observation and data reduction with the Very Large Telescope Interferometer, Goutelas, France, June 4-16, 2006 C.A.Haniff Astrophysics Group, Department of Physics, University of Cambridge, UK 6th June 2006. To know more continued our channel on YouTube by clicking "like" join us. If you like that, take a look at the following pages: Youtube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/user/AstronomyAcademy Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Astronomy-Academy/435861029817003 Twitter page : https://twitter.com/AAbahamid Tsu page : https://www.tsu.co/AbdelouahedAstronome Tumblr page : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/aabahamid

    published: 11 Jan 2015
  • Mudstacle TV | OCR World Championships Short Course Highlights 2016

    We follow the top racers at the inaugural OCR World Championships short course, featuring Ryan Atkins, Hunter Mcintyre, Jonathan Albon, Lindsay Webster and Karin Karlson.

    published: 15 Oct 2016
  • Optical Imprinting of Defects in Chiral Nematics: Modeling and Simulations - Slobodan Žumer

    Slobodan Žumer, University of Ljubljana I-CAMP 2013 Summer School on Liquid Crystals (Cambridge, United Kingdom, June 26 - July 06, 2013)

    published: 02 Nov 2016
  • Harald Giessen: Coupling optical angular momentum and plasmonics for practical devices

    The 4th Physics Institute at University of Stuttgart concentrates on research in the field of ultrafast nano-optics and plasmonics. Harald Giessen graduated from Kaiserslautern University with a diploma in physics and obtained his MS and PhD in optical sciences from the University of Arizona (USA) in 1995 as J.W. Fulbright scholar. After a postdoc at the Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart he moved to Marburg as assistant professor. From 2001-2004, he was associate professor at the University of Bonn. Since 2005, he has been a full professor and holds the Chair for Ultrafast Nanooptics in the Department of Physics at the University of Stuttgart. He is also co-chair of the Stuttgart Center of Photonics Engineering, SCoPE. He was guest researcher at the University o...

    published: 28 Feb 2017
  • General Optical - Cambridge, MA

    General Optical Co. located at 2038 Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, MA., specializes in personalized service with a focused attention to detail. With a combined knowledge and expertise of over 40 years, the staff at General Optical Co. offers the highest quality eyewear and eye care available today. http://www.generaloptical.com

    published: 26 Feb 2014
  • Analog Optical Links Theory and Practice Cambridge Studies in Modern Optics

    published: 10 Jun 2017
  • Optical Holography Principles Techniques and Applications Cambridge Studies in Modern Optics

    published: 08 Aug 2016
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Cambridge Optical 'Opera'

Cambridge Optical 'Opera'

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  • Updated: 09 Apr 2013
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Bluetooth vs USB vs Optical cable connection

Bluetooth vs USB vs Optical cable connection

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  • Updated: 20 Feb 2016
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This is a video presenting the different connections between a computer and a DAC - Home Stereo. Bluetooth, USB and Optical connection, which one is better? For all of you guys who would like to find out more there is a great comment from John Scott (see below) - he deferentially has the knowledge on the subject!!! Go check it. Cambridge Audio DacMagic Plus Vincent Stereo Preamplifire SA-31 ARCAM P85 Power Amplifire Tannoy 637
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UKNOF36 - A Cambridge Lesson on building your own fibre network

UKNOF36 - A Cambridge Lesson on building your own fibre network

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  • Updated: 13 Feb 2017
  • views: 523
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Speaker: Mr. Jon Holgate (Cambridge University) https://indico.uknof.org.uk/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=38 In 1992, the University of Cambridge completed the installation of its own metropolitan wide fibre optic network, principally to support the transfer of ‘digital books’ for the Classics departments. On its 25th anniversary, Jon Holgate takes the opportunity to reflect on the lessons learned from deploying and managing the largest academic private fibre network in Europe. This presentation reflects on how assumptions made 25 years ago have transpired, the statistical probability of fence post boring machines and the price of peas.
https://wn.com/Uknof36_A_Cambridge_Lesson_On_Building_Your_Own_Fibre_Network
IGCSE Computer Science Tutorial: 1.3.5 (d) – Optical Off-line Storage

IGCSE Computer Science Tutorial: 1.3.5 (d) – Optical Off-line Storage

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  • Duration: 10:07
  • Updated: 29 Feb 2016
  • views: 1869
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Candidates should be able to: • Describe the principles of operation of optical off-line storage devices: CDs, DVDs, DVD-RAM and Blu-ray disks. Any questions? Email me at: limacmcquay150@gmail.com.
https://wn.com/Igcse_Computer_Science_Tutorial_1.3.5_(D)_–_Optical_Off_Line_Storage
Lighting up the Brain | Adam Cohen | TEDxCambridge

Lighting up the Brain | Adam Cohen | TEDxCambridge

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  • Updated: 21 Oct 2015
  • views: 7643
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Every thought, feeling, sensation, and idea you have is encoded in little electrical impulses that travel through the neurons in your brain. Misregulation of these impulses is implicated in every disease of the nervous system. Until recently, neurons were largely unobtainable; and the electrical impulses traveling through them were invisible. These two challenges hampered efforts to develop new medicines for the brain. New advances in stem cell biology now allow scientists to reprogram skin cells into neurons, providing a readily available source of neurons from healthy people and from patients with genetically based diseases of the nervous system. Dr. Cohen’s lab introduced a gene from a Dead Sea microorganism into neurons, which converts neural electrical impulses into flashes of fluorescence. This has resulted in high-speed movies of electrical impulses traveling through human neurons in a dish allowing them to study the molecular basis for a wide array of neuronal diseases. Adam Cohen is a professor in the departments of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Physics at Harvard. He is also an investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. His research focuses on understanding and controlling light-matter interactions in warm, wet, squishy environments. His lab discovered that a gene from a Dead Sea microorganism, when transferred to human neurons, converted the electrical impulses of these cells into flashes of fluorescence. Cohen has received the Blavatnik National Award in Chemistry and the American Chemical Society Pure Chemistry Award. Cohen founded a biotech company, Q-State Biosciences, focused on combining optical imaging with stem cell technology to develop new diagnostics and therapies for neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative diseases. He has also worked on helping to develop science education in Liberia. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Rethinking the Brain Machine Interface | Polina Anikeeva | TEDxCambridge

Rethinking the Brain Machine Interface | Polina Anikeeva | TEDxCambridge

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  • Updated: 09 Jul 2015
  • views: 28676
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The way humans interact with computers has evolved from punch cards, to the keyboard and mouse, to much more sophisticated user interfaces, but the kinds of connections imagined in movies like The Matrix, Avatar or Pacific Rim still seem like science fiction. Polina Anikeeva is working to turn fiction into fact, not to help with virtual reality technology, but to help amputees restore full functionality to prosthetic limbs - not just to control the muscles, but to be able to feel and touch again. To achieve this, you need the precision of a virtuoso pianist to connect neural tissue to the prosthetic limb. The key to this precision is finding the right materials. Dr. Polina Anikeeva is an assistant professor of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT and a principle investigator of the Bioelectronics group. Her research lies in the field of neuroprosthetics and brain-machine interfaces. Together with her group she explores optoelectronic, fiber-based and magnetic approaches to minimally invasive neural interrogation. Her group was first to demonstrate multifunctional flexible fibers for simultaneous optical stimulation, electrical recording and drug delivery in the brain and spinal cord, as well as magnetic nanomaterials for wireless magnetic deep brain stimulation. Her work at the interface of materials science and neurobiology earned a number of junior faculty awards including NSF CAREER and DARPA Young Faculty Award and was recently featured across popular press. She received her doctoral degree in Materials Science from MIT. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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The Super-Resolution Revolution

The Super-Resolution Revolution

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  • Updated: 27 Feb 2015
  • views: 17665
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Cambridge scientists are part of a resolution revolution. Building powerful instruments that shatter the physical limits of optical microscopy, they are beginning to watch molecular processes as they happen, and in three dimensions. Here, Professor Clemens Kaminski describes how a new era of super-resolution microscopy has begun. The developments earned inventors Eric Betzig and William E Moerner (USA) and Stefan Hell (Germany) the 2014 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, and are based on clever physical tricks that work around the problem of light diffraction. Among the scientists in Cambridge who are using the techniques, Kaminski’s team in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology designs and builds super-resolution microscopes to study Alzheimer’s disease. “The technology is based on a conceptual change, a different way of thinking about how we resolve tiny structures. By imaging blobs of light as separate points in time, we are able to discriminate them spatially, and thus prevent image blur.” Their work is funded by the Medical Research Council, Wellcome Trust, Alzheimers Research UK, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and the Leverhulme Trust. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=cambridgeuniversity
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Optical fibre sensors

Optical fibre sensors

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  • Duration: 5:46
  • Updated: 06 Oct 2017
  • views: 33
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Optical fibre sensing has been around for some time, but only a small proportion of the sensing capabilities of fibre have been commercially exploited. Andrew Strong reflects on the current world of optical sensors and where the next commercial success may be found.
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General Optical Company

General Optical Company

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Alex Kuzmich, "Optical spectroscopy of triply charged thorium"

Alex Kuzmich, "Optical spectroscopy of triply charged thorium"

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  • Duration: 42:12
  • Updated: 17 Oct 2013
  • views: 342
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Alex Kuzmich, GATECH during the workshop of "Quantum Applications with Trapped Ions" lecture titled "Optical spectroscopy of triply charged thorium" at the Institute for Theoretical, Atomic and Molecular and Optical Physics, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, Massachusetts on September 16-18. 2013. © Harvard University and Alex Kuzmich. The text and images on ITAMP's YouTube channel are intended for public access and educational use. This material is owned or held by the President and Fellows of Harvard College. It is being provided solely for the purpose of teaching or individual research or enrichment. Any other use, including commercial reuse, mounting on other systems, or other forms of redistribution requires permission. ITAMP is supported through grants by the National Science Foundation Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s).
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Optical Storage

Optical Storage

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An overview of optical storage such as CD, DVD, BluRay
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Mudstacle TV | OCR World Championships 2015 Male Frontrunner Highlights

Mudstacle TV | OCR World Championships 2015 Male Frontrunner Highlights

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We followed Jonathan Albon, Ryan Atkins, Cody Moat, Conor Hancock and Hobie Call at the 2015 OCR world Championships and these are the highlights.
https://wn.com/Mudstacle_Tv_|_Ocr_World_Championships_2015_Male_Frontrunner_Highlights
Michael Koehl, "Single Ion Coupled to an Optical Fiber Cavity"

Michael Koehl, "Single Ion Coupled to an Optical Fiber Cavity"

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  • Duration: 40:14
  • Updated: 18 Oct 2013
  • views: 394
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Michael Koehl, University of Cambridge, during the workshop of "Quantum Control of Trapped Atomic Ions" lecture "Single Ion Coupled to an Optical Fiber Cavity" at the Institute for Theoretical, Atomic and Molecular and Optical Physics, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, Massachusetts on September 16-25. 2013. © Harvard University and Michael Koehl. The text and images on ITAMP's YouTube channel are intended for public access and educational use. This material is owned or held by the President and Fellows of Harvard College. It is being provided solely for the purpose of teaching or individual research or enrichment. Any other use, including commercial reuse, mounting on other systems, or other forms of redistribution requires permission. ITAMP is supported through grants by the National Science Foundation Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s).
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Masud Mansuripur: Developing a theory of optical momentum

Masud Mansuripur: Developing a theory of optical momentum

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  • Duration: 6:25
  • Updated: 10 Feb 2017
  • views: 186
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Applications of radiation pressure and photon momentum include solar sails, optical tweezers for optical trapping and micromanipulation, and optically driven micromotors and actuators. Masud Mansuripur is professor and chair of Optical Data Storage at the College of Optical Sciences of the University of Arizona in Tucson. He received a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1981. Mansuripur is the author of "Introduction to Information Theory" (Prentice-Hall, 1987), "The Physical Principles of Magneto-Optical Recording" (Cambridge University Press, 1995), "Classical Optics and its Applications" (Cambridge University Press, 2002, second edition 2009, Japanese translation 2006 and 2012), and "Field, Force, Energy and Momentum in Classical Electrodynamics" (Bentham e-books, 2011). A Fellow of OSA and SPIE, he is the author or co-author of nearly 250 technical papers in the areas of optical data recording, magneto-optics, optical materials fabrication and characterization, thin film optics, diffraction theory, macromolecular data storage, and problems associated with radiation pressure and photon momentum.
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EYE Q OPTICAL (Boston,Cambridge and Jamaica Plain, Mass.)

EYE Q OPTICAL (Boston,Cambridge and Jamaica Plain, Mass.)

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Take a glimpse into the world of EYE Q...
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Colloquium: Masud Mansuripur - Macromolecular Data Storage

Colloquium: Masud Mansuripur - Macromolecular Data Storage

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  • Updated: 11 Sep 2017
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Abstract(s): Many of the traditional problems in disk and tape data storage can be overcome if data-blocks were to be released from the confines of a disk (or tape) and allowed to float freely between read/write stations (i.e., heads) and permanent "parking spots." The heads and parking spots thus become fixed structures within an integrated chip, while the macromolecular data blocks themselves become the (mobile) storage media. In this scheme, a large number of read/write heads could operate in parallel, the heads and parking spots would be constructed (layer upon layer) in a truly 3-dimensional fashion, and individual nanometer sized molecules - strung together in a flexible macromolecular chain - would be used to represent the 0’s and 1's of binary information. We discuss the potential advantages of this alternative scheme for secondary data storage and, to demonstrate the feasibility of the concept, present results of experiments based on DNA molecules that travel within micro-fluidic chambers. Since our first proposals to develop macromolecular data storage systems, other groups have contributed to developments in DNA-based techniques for information storage and processing. In this presentation we will discuss the latest developments reported by other groups as well. Speaker Bio(s): Masud Mansuripur (PhD, 1981, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University) is Professor and Chair of Optical Data Storage at the College of Optical Sciences of the University of Arizona in Tucson. He is the author of "Introduction to Information Theory" (Prentice-Hall, 1987), "The Physical Principles of Magneto-Optical Recording" (Cambridge University Press, 1995), "Classical Optics and its Applications" (Cambridge University Press, 2002, 2nd edition 2009, Japanese translation 2006 and 2012), and "Field, Force, Energy and Momentum in Classical Electrodynamics" (Bentham e-books, 2011, revised and expanded edition, 2017). A Fellow of the Optical Society of America (OSA) and the International Society for Optics & Photonics (SPIE), Prof. Mansuripur is the author or co-author of more than 250 technical papers in the areas of optical data recording, magneto-optics, optical materials fabrication and characterization, thin film optics, diffraction theory, macromolecular data storage, and problems associated with radiation pressure and photon momentum.
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Lecture 003 : Optical Interferometry in Practice

Lecture 003 : Optical Interferometry in Practice

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  • Updated: 11 Jan 2015
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This Lecture presents the Optical interferometry in practice which presented at EuroSummer School entitled the Observation and data reduction with the Very Large Telescope Interferometer, Goutelas, France, June 4-16, 2006 C.A.Haniff Astrophysics Group, Department of Physics, University of Cambridge, UK 6th June 2006. To know more continued our channel on YouTube by clicking "like" join us. If you like that, take a look at the following pages: Youtube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/user/AstronomyAcademy Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Astronomy-Academy/435861029817003 Twitter page : https://twitter.com/AAbahamid Tsu page : https://www.tsu.co/AbdelouahedAstronome Tumblr page : https://www.tumblr.com/blog/aabahamid
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Mudstacle TV | OCR World Championships Short Course Highlights 2016

Mudstacle TV | OCR World Championships Short Course Highlights 2016

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  • Duration: 6:16
  • Updated: 15 Oct 2016
  • views: 12884
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We follow the top racers at the inaugural OCR World Championships short course, featuring Ryan Atkins, Hunter Mcintyre, Jonathan Albon, Lindsay Webster and Karin Karlson.
https://wn.com/Mudstacle_Tv_|_Ocr_World_Championships_Short_Course_Highlights_2016
Optical Imprinting of Defects in Chiral Nematics: Modeling and Simulations - Slobodan Žumer

Optical Imprinting of Defects in Chiral Nematics: Modeling and Simulations - Slobodan Žumer

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  • Updated: 02 Nov 2016
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Harald Giessen: Coupling optical angular momentum and plasmonics for practical devices

Harald Giessen: Coupling optical angular momentum and plasmonics for practical devices

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  • Duration: 6:02
  • Updated: 28 Feb 2017
  • views: 247
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The 4th Physics Institute at University of Stuttgart concentrates on research in the field of ultrafast nano-optics and plasmonics. Harald Giessen graduated from Kaiserslautern University with a diploma in physics and obtained his MS and PhD in optical sciences from the University of Arizona (USA) in 1995 as J.W. Fulbright scholar. After a postdoc at the Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart he moved to Marburg as assistant professor. From 2001-2004, he was associate professor at the University of Bonn. Since 2005, he has been a full professor and holds the Chair for Ultrafast Nanooptics in the Department of Physics at the University of Stuttgart. He is also co-chair of the Stuttgart Center of Photonics Engineering, SCoPE. He was guest researcher at the University of Cambridge, and guest professor at the University of Innsbruck and the University of Sydney, at A*Star, Singapore, as well as at Beijing University of Technology. He is an associated researcher at the Center for Disruptive Photonic Technologies at Nanyang Technical University, Singapore. Giessen received an ERC Advanced Grant in 2012 for his work on complex nanoplasmonics. He was co-chair (2014) and chair (2016) of the Gordon Conference on Plasmonics and Nanophotonics. He is on the advisory board of the journals Advanced Optical Materials, Nanophotonics: The Journal, ACS Photonics, and ACS Sensors. He is a topical editor for ultrafast nanooptics, plasmonics, and ultrafast lasers and pulse generation of the journal Light: Science & Applications from the Nature Publishing Group. His research interests include ultrafast nano-optics, plasmonics, metamaterials, 3D printed micro- and nano-optics, novel mid-IR ultrafast laser sources, applications in microscopy, biology, and sensing.
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General Optical - Cambridge, MA

General Optical - Cambridge, MA

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General Optical Co. located at 2038 Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, MA., specializes in personalized service with a focused attention to detail. With a combined knowledge and expertise of over 40 years, the staff at General Optical Co. offers the highest quality eyewear and eye care available today. http://www.generaloptical.com
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Analog Optical Links Theory and Practice Cambridge Studies in Modern Optics

Analog Optical Links Theory and Practice Cambridge Studies in Modern Optics

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  • Updated: 10 Jun 2017
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Optical Holography Principles Techniques and Applications Cambridge Studies in Modern Optics

Optical Holography Principles Techniques and Applications Cambridge Studies in Modern Optics

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  • Updated: 08 Aug 2016
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