Calculating Better Large-Area Metasurfaces

Metamaterials to manipulate light at tiny scales could find uses in cellphone lenses, smart-car sensors, and optical fibers

Sculpting Super-Fast Light Pulses

A metasurface with nanopillars shapes light precisely for practical applications

3D Printing of Glass

3D-printing of chalcogenide glass could enable low-cost manufacturing of complex optical components

Bionic Metamaterials with Novel Optical Properties

3D-printing of a moth eye-inspired omnidirectional microwave antenna

Novel Form of Graphene-Based Metamaterial

New material opens new avenues in thermophotovoltaics, photodetectors and many other optical applications

Mass Manufacturing of Metasurfaces

Advanced display technologies based on nanostructures could be mass manufactured with techniques from the semiconductor electronics industry

Levitating Objects with Light

Nanoscale patterning could enable precise manipulation of objects on many scales

Next Generation of Optical Antennas

New approach to design, fabricate and demonstrate optical antennas using an epsilon-near-zero (ENZ) material

Anti-Laser as Perfect Absorber

Complicated structures in two or three dimensions can perfectly absorb a specially tailored wave

Hyperbolic Metamaterials Enable Nanoscale Fingerprinting

A new concept for optical sub-wavelength discrimination of nanostructures positioned on a hyperbolic metamaterial surface