2D Material for Single Photon Emitters

Emission properties can be adjusted simply by bending or straining the material at a specific location

Thinner Photonic Crystals

The new insights lead to design rules for new optoelectronic devices for efficient telecommunication and computers

Glass Mediates Interaction Between Photons

Light interacts with itself to form self-sustaining waves in an artificial topological material

Metasurface Reflects Light Only in One Direction

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

Processing Glass Like a Polymer

The new material can be milled, turned, laser-machined, or processed in CNC machines

Mueller Polarimetric Imaging in 2017 and Beyond

A review on the state of Mueller polarimetric imaging for surgical and diagnostic applications in 2017 and the future.

Using Polarons to Harvest Sunlight

New type of photovoltaic cell converts infrared radiation into electrical energy

Twisted Light From a Vortex Laser

New microlaser could lead to increased data rates in optical communication

New Class of Flexible Photodetectors

Photo-thermionic effect in vertical graphene heterostructures to harvest low-energy photons

Graphene-Based Optoelectronics

Silicon–graphene plasmonic Schottky photodetector shows high responsivity and avalanche photogain