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2002-02-25 Material converts IR waves into visible light
A team from the University of Buffalo has developed an organic material, which is capable of absorbing three photons at IR wavelengths and re-emitting the light in the visible spectrum.
2014-04-02 Research: Waveguide tapers boost thin-film solar cells
A team of scientists at the University at Buffalo created a multilayered waveguide taper array that claims to enhance the thin-film solar cells' ability to trap and absorb light.
2015-04-20 Supercomputers: 5 power facts you need to know
Storage space and power budget are just two of the elements that supercomputers consume in immensely large quantities, which simply show what these powerful machines are capable of
2009-01-30 IR light touted to boost solar cell power
Startup Solexant has licensed materials technology that can harvest energy from IR light, boosting the efficiency of solar cells
2013-01-25 Research: Water, Si speed up hydrogen yield
University at Buffalo researchers found that when combined with water, silicon particles reacted to form silicic acid (a nontoxic byproduct) and hydrogena potential source of energy for fuel cells.
2015-03-03 Real-time FPGA numerical computing for ULL-HFT
In this article, we will look at merits of Decimal Floating Point Arithmetic acceleration. We will also explore a numerical computing model for Ultra-Low Latency High Frequency Trading (ULL-HFT) environments
2014-08-14 FPGA-based acceleration for high-frequency trading
Emerging capital market high-frequency trading (HFT) is bringing strong FPGA use cases in networking, messaging, and financial computing acceleration.
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