Unique CW-THz spectroscopy system to aid Mittleman Lab in materials research
Mittleman’s group will continue to spearhead research into new techniques for generating, manipulating and detecting terahertz radiation, with a goal of eventually opening a user facility to further support others working in this arena.
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The Mittleman Lab in the School of Engineering at Brown University conducts research involving the science and technology of terahertz radiation with special expertise in terahertz technologies, laser science and ultrafast optics. Recent breakthroughs include the development of what is believed to be the first system for multiplexing terahertz waves, with possible future use in higher-bandwidth Wi-Fi and cellular networks, as well as a new type of artificial dielectric lens for the THz regime, which may prove useful in THz imaging or THz-wave device applications. For more information about the lab’s work, visit http://www.brown.edu/research/labs/mittleman.
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