The Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellows present the lecture series Frontiers in Science with Andrea Schmidt and John Singleton, the duo behind the award-winning LightSlinger, a new antenna that generates radio waves from faster-than-light currents.
As wireless communications technology continues to advance, the need for smaller, more versatile and energy- and cost-efficient antennas is becoming increasingly important. LightSlinger has potential applications for 5G and defense communications.
Frontiers in Science: LightSlinger is a free event. Audiences have two opportunities to catch this special presentation, once in Santa Fe and once Los Alamos. Details below.
Frontiers in Science is a public service of the Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellows.
LOS ALAMOS: Wednesday, June 21
SALA Los Alamos Event Center
2551 Central Avenue
Los Alamos, NM
SANTA FE: Thursday, June 22
Jean Cocteau Cinema
418 Montezuma Ave,
Santa Fe, NM