Metasurface Reflects Light Only in One Direction

A first optical metasurface with controllable ultrafast time-varying properties breaking optical reciprocity

Metasurface with Helical Patterns

New device can control optical fields in three dimensions

Ultra-Thin Optical Devices Directly Measure Polarization

Holograms made with metasurfaces could enable fast, compact polarization measurements for spectroscopy

Sculpting Super-Fast Light Pulses

A metasurface with nanopillars shapes light precisely for practical applications

Mass Manufacturing of Metasurfaces

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

A Time-Reversed Laser

A metamaterial designed to absorb all light of a specific color demands the waves be synchronized as well

Flexible Dielectric Glass Metasurfaces

The new production method employs a natural process already used in fluid mechanics

A Broadband Achromatic Metalens

New device made of anisotropic nanostructures focuses light regardless of polarization

Extreme Asymmetry in Metasurfaces

New devices can be good or bad reflectors depending on the angle the light hits them

Metasurface Corrects Chromatic Aberrations

A single-layer surface of nanostructures can be incorporated into commercial optical systems