Harnessing Optical Metasurfaces For Reconfigurable Optoelectronic Devices
Grant number: DP180104141 | Funding period: 2018 - 2020
This project aims to demonstrate ultra-thin optical components known as metasurfaces, to demonstrate a new class of reconfigurable optoelectronic devices. This project expects to generate new knowledge in optics and photonics, a field whose impact upon modern society ranges from telecommunications to computing, green energy technologies, the arts, healthcare, and basic science. Expected outcomes of this project will be elucidation of the fundamentals underpinning optical metasurfaces. Such devices will permit optical systems with drastically smaller footprints, contributing to continued progress of the field of optics and photonics, and its ensuing benefits to society.
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Multifunctional Dielectric Metasurfaces Consisting of Color Holograms Encoded into Color Printed Images
Dandan Wen, Jasper J Cadusch, Jiajun Meng, Kenneth B Crozier
A hologram records the wavefront of light from an object, but it is usually not an image itself, and looks unintelligible under di..
Vertical Ge-Si Nanowires with Suspended Graphene Top Contacts as Dynamically Tunable Multispectral Photodetectors
Shi Qiang Li, Amit Solanki, Jacopo Frigerio, Daniel Chrastina, Giovanni Isella, Changxi Zheng, Arman Ahnood, Kumaravelu Ganesan, Kenneth B Crozier
Numerous applications would be enabled by pixels for multispectral imaging whose spectral responses can be dynamically tuned and t..