With their unique optical properties, customisable ultrathin metasurfaces can enable the next wave of high-performance optoelectronics devices.
By working on the next wave of high-resolution liquid crystal projectors, A*STAR researchers pave the way for better virtual reality hardware.
A new hybrid metasurface created by researchers opens doors to exciting new aerospace, defence and biomedical optical applications.
Adding more crystals to a quantum optical infrared sensor improves its sensitivity and opens the door to broader use.
Surfaces bearing nanoscale patterns for manipulating UV light could be the next frontier in anti-counterfeiting technology and nanophotonic devices.
Flat lenses that enable high-resolution imaging are created by forming nanoscale structures on a surface
thin-films that can bend light by large angles could be a replacement for bulky
glass optical components
Separating the electric and magnetic components of light scattered by
silicon nanoparticles enables more precise control of light
A simple artificial material can influence the properties of visible light
Arrays of nanoscale pillars made to reflect light of a selected color could find application as optical filters in digital cameras
Mathematical modeling confirms that a nanometer-scale device that can concentrate light into a tiny spot improves optical sensing