Squeezing Light into Nanoscale Devices

Nanolight travels along the surface of graphene for many tens of microns without scattering

Graphene-Based Light Detector

Graphene can detect light of almost any colour and gives an extremely fast electronic response

Squeezing Light to One Atom

New kind of graphene-heterostructures provides a powerful and versatile platform for nanophotonics

Metalenses With Tunable Features

New devices, made of graphene and a punctured gold surface, could be used for amplitude tunable lenses

Novel Hybrid Material for Next-Gen Displays

Graphene and quantum dots may inspire highly efficient and controllable displays and LEDs

Ultrafast Light-Driven Current Source

Short laserpulses to control a current in graphene within just one femtosecond

New Ultra-Compact Light Modulator

A phase modulator based on graphene for tuning the light phase between 0 and 2π in situ

Hyperspectral Quantum Dot Sensor

Monolithic integration of a CMOS integrated circuit with graphene and PbS nanocrystals

Silicon Nanosheets for New Photodetectors

Embedded in a polymer, the nanocomposites are protected against oxidation

Graphene for Better Terahertz-Control

Possible application for telecommunication and imaging of biological molecules