Shining a Light on Metamaterials

Using ultrashort electron pulses to measure light-matter interactions in nanophotonic materials

Mystery of Liquid Light Interactions

New approach lays the ground for better all-optical data processing

Massive Photons in an Artificial Magnetic Field

The coupling of the spin-orbit interactions in solid-state systems can give rise to a wide range of exotic electronic transport effects

Light with Intrinsic Chirality

Synthetic chiral light selectively interacts with one of the two versions of a chiral molecule

A Hybrid Consisting of Light and Matter

Stacked two-dimensional materials open up new possibilities in the world of nanophotonics

New Way to Make Light Interact With Matter

Reducing the wavelength of light could allow it to be absorbed or emitted by a semiconductor

A Space-Time Sensor for Light-Matter Interactions

Attosecond pulses allow to observe the motions of electrons in atoms

Deep Learning to Improve Optical Microscopy

Ability to produce more accurate images more quickly could aid diagnostic medicine

Sensing Atoms Caught in Ripples of Light

Light waves propagating down a fiber both capture and probe the atoms

Two or one splashing? It’s different!

Physicists used a laser beam to generate light waves from two cesium atoms