27
JAN
2016

The IRG team contributes to a new book on product development

A new book has been published that focuses on real-world materials manufacturing issues.  The book highlights the underlying thought and processes that contribute to the successful development of products from new types of materials–and how these materials play a key role...
17
APR
2015

CHALCOGENIDE GLASS MICROPHOTONICS: STEPPING INTO THE SPOTLIGHT

The May 2015 American Ceramic Society Bulletin features the work of researchers at MIT, University of Delaware, University of Central Florida, and IRradiance Glass. This featured article discusses how the current uses of chalcogenide glass in phase change data storag...
30
JUN
2014

IRRADIANCE TEAM MEMBERS PUBLISH IN NATURE PHOTONICS

Dr. J. David Musgraves and Dr. Kathleen Richardson have contributed to a recently published article in Nature Photonics entitled, “Integrated flexible chalcogenide glass photonic devices.”  The co-authors include colleagues at University of Delaware, University of...
04
APR
2014

IRG TEAM MEMBERS CONTRIBUTE TO NEW TEXTBOOKS

Two new books have been recently published highlighting topics in the field of chalcogenide glass development and applications in the optics and photonics industry. IRG team members Dr. J. David Musgraves and Dr. Kathleen Richardson, along with colleagues from University of...
26
FEB
2014

CHALCOGENIDE GLASS USED IN MID-IR SENSOR-ON-A-CHIP TECHNOLOGY

Team members from IRG have collaborated with researchers at MIT, University of Delaware, Clemson University, and University of Central Florida on the development of mid-infrared (mid-IR) photonic materials and devices fabricated on silicon for on-chip sensing applications, as...
11
JUL
2013

EXPANDING THE IR MARKET WITH CHALCOGENIDE GLASS

Our mission at IRG is to expand the infrared (IR) market by partnering with top researchers.  We have recently updated our website with an area to highlight our recent research with our collaborators at University of Delaware, University of Texas at Austin, and the College of...
24
APR
2013

DEMONSTRATION OF HIGH-Q MID-INFRARED CHALCOGENIDE GLASS-ON-SILICON RESONATORS

High-index-contrast, waveguide-coupled chalcogenide glass resonators monolithically integrated on silicon fabricated using optical lithography and a lift-off process.The resonators exhibited a high intrinsic quality factor of 2×105 at 5.2 μm wavelength, which is among the highest...