Metalens for Full-Color Imaging

Combining computational imaging and metasurface optics to reduce aberrations

Metasurfaces for Apochromatic Lenses

One layered lens can perfectly focus all three colors and do the work of three conventional lenses

Metasurface Converts Colors of Light

Structures of phased array antennas are able to circumvent the phase-matching requirement

Metasurfaces Form Vortex Beams

Any input polarization of light can result in any orbital angular momentum output

Metasurface Coating Shrinks Waveguides

New pathways for future miniaturization of dielectric waveguide-based systems

Metasurfaces Structured Like Butterfly’s Wings

Two types of Si-based metasurfaces to steer visible light to a large deflection angle

Retroreflection of Nanostructures

New surfaces covered by a metamaterial consisting of millions of silicon pillars

First Flat Lens for Immersion Microscope

Metalenses can be tailored for any immersion liquid

Stretchable Holograms Switch Between Multiple Images

Metasurfaces on stretchable substrates can serve as reconfigurable optical devices

Waveguides for Better Optical Chips

Most efficient way to control light in waveguides with optical nano-antenna