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Polariton Technologies welcomes Eva De Leo

Polariton Technologies is happy to welcome our newest team member Dr. Eva De Leo, reinforcing our integrated optics R&D team. Eva holds a PhD from the Optical Materials Engineering Laboratory of ETH …

Polariton Technologies welcomes Eva De Leo

Polariton Technologies supported by the European Innovation Council

Polariton Technologies is now supported by the European Innovation Council (EIC) SME Instrument Phase 1.

Polariton Technologies supported by the European Innovation Council

ETH Industry News: Data modulation of the future

Key elements of our communication infrastructure are electro-optic modulators that encode electrical signals onto light. The ETH spin-off Polariton Technologies has developed a ground-breaking new modulator technology that outperforms conventional devices.

ETH Industry News: Data modulation of the future

New modulator for less energy consumption

To bring down the energy consumption of today’s communication infrastructure, researchers from the Institute of Electromagnetic Fields, ETH Zurich, developed a new component that efficiently transforms electrical data into optical light signals …

New modulator for less energy consumption

Polariton Technologies joins EPIC

Polariton Technologies joins the European Photonics Industry Consortium EPIC

Polariton Technologies joins EPIC

Polariton Technologies wins Venture Kick Phase 1&2

The two Swiss startups are gaining speed as they aim to accelerate communication infrastructure and gene-editing techniques. Both convinced juries to earn their 2nd ‘kick’ from Venture Kick, and 40,000 Swiss francs …

Polariton Technologies wins Venture Kick Phase 1&2

Plasmonic Wireless-to-Optical Receiver

While light waves sent through optical fibers support fast data transmission, the “last mile,” from the fiber optic cable to the internet socket in your home, can be the most challenging and …

Plasmonic Wireless-to-Optical Receiver

The Golden Link — Plasmonic Device Offers Broadband Modulation to Optical Links at 100Gbit/s

A microscale modulator using plasmonically active gold components demonstrates fast operation for ultra-broadband signals

The Golden Link — Plasmonic Device Offers Broadband Modulation to Optical Links at 100Gbit/s