Engineers develop invisibility cloak for high-tech processing chips

University of Utah electrical and computer engineering associate professor Rajesh Menon and his team have developed a cloaking device for microscopic photonic integrated devices -- the building blocks of photonic computer chips that run on light instead of electrical current -- in an effort to make future chips smaller, faster and consume much less power.

Engineers develop invisibility cloak for high-tech processing chips

From Harry Potter's Cloak of Invisibility to the Romulan cloaking device that rendered their warship invisible in "Star Trek," the magic of invisibility was only the product of science fiction ...

Wed 9 Nov 16 from Phys.org

Now You See It, Now You Don't

A University of Utah electrical and computer engineering associate professor Rajesh Menon and his team have developed a cloaking device for microscopic photonics integrated devices in an effort ...

Wed 9 Nov 16 from Newswise

Now you see it, now you don't

University of Utah electrical and computer engineering associate professor Rajesh Menon and his team have developed a cloaking device for microscopic photonic integrated devices -- the building ...

Wed 9 Nov 16 from Eurekalert

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