Kotura is a leader in silicon photonics, designs, manufactures and markets CMOS optical components that enable optics to migrate throughout the communications industry. The company also provides custom chip design, fabrication, and packaging services.
Labsphere is world leader in light testing and measurement, and optical coatings. The company?s products include LED, laser and traditional light source light measurement systems; uniform light sources for imaging device calibration; spectroscopy accessories; and high diffuse reflectance materials and coatings for applications in backlit panel displays, computed radiography, and system calibration.
The company develops innovative measurement and control technologies for researchers studying the physical properties of metals and ceramics at very low temperatures. Typical materials that can be measured include nanoscale electronics, quantum wires and dots, organic and dilute magnetic semiconductors, superconductors, and spintronics devices.
Lambda Solutions, Inc. (LSI) focuses on innovative laser-based spectroscopic and optical solutions for commercial quality and process control, environmental monitoring, material identification in industry, security, and law enforcement, and research laboratories.
LamdaGen manufactures a variety of functional nano-materials in the form of independent chips in common sizes and shapes for researchers who wish to work with a highly reproducible nano-structured metallic thin-film.
The open-source LAMMPS Molecular Dynamics Simulator from Sandia Labs has potentials for soft materials (biomolecules, polymers) and solid-state materials (metals, semiconductors) and coarse-grain systems. It can be used to model atoms or, more generically, as a parallel particle simulator at the mesoscale or continuum levels.
LightSmyth develops innovative nanophotonic products. Target areas include integrated photonics, free-space diffractives, and consumer products. LightSmyth products and innovations are centered around application of holographic and diffractive principles combined with manufacturing via state-of-the-art semiconductor patterning tools such as Deep UltraViolet (DUV) steppers/scanners.
The company is developing a new generation of advanced nonlinear electro-optic and all-optical organic polymers that can convert high-speed electronic signals into optical signals or allow light waves to switch other light waves.
Magnolia Solar is seeking to commercialize its nanotechnology-based, high efficiency, thin film technology that can be deposited on glass and other flexible structures. This technology has the ability to capture a larger part of the solar spectrum to produce high efficiency solar cells, and incorporates a unique nanostructure-based antireflection coating technology to further increase the solar cell's efficiency, thereby reducing the cost per watt.