HOT featured in EU-FET newsletter

HOT featured in EU-FET newsletter

30.01.2018 – Researchers forming part of the Hybrid Optomechanical Technologies consortium (H2020 FET Proactive HOT project) demonstrated magnet-less isolators and circulators for microwaves. Devices that route microwave signals are essential tools in...
HOT 2018 meeting

HOT 2018 meeting

14-18th Jan 2018 – Annual conference of all HOT members in Gstaad-Saanen, Switzerland. The annual conference brings together members of the OMT and HOT consortia, two H2020 funded projects coordinated by EPFL and consisting of research groups from academia and...
Lighting up the House

Lighting up the House

29.09.2017 – HOT has partnered up with the Malta Arts Fund to produce a one-of-a-kind science and art installation that premiered during Science in the City, Malta’s participation in the European Commission Researchers’ Night, on the 29 September 2017. Light...
Nanoscale motion sends light into overdrive

Nanoscale motion sends light into overdrive

07.07.2017 – AMOLF researchers have developed nanoscale strings whose motion can be converted to light signals with unprecedented strength. This could allow for extremely precise sensors and comes with an important side-effect. “Analogous to a guitar amplifier...