A*STAR scientists are paving the way for miniaturized UV spectral filters made from hybrid silicon and aluminum nanostructures.
Surfaces bearing nanoscale patterns for manipulating UV light could be the next frontier in anti-counterfeiting technology and nanophotonic devices.
A metasurface whose optical properties change in response to electricity provides precise control over the reflection and transmission of radiation
A hybrid nanoantenna designed to manipulate visible
light could one day help transmit information in tiny optical devices
A triple bend structure splits light into its two polarization components with unprecedented purity
A transducer that converts
electrical signals directly into surface plasmons could allow rapid data
transfer and link photonic devices to electronics
A fresh design approach greatly simplifies a key component of photonic circuits by optimizing the coupling of straight and curved light paths
Superimposing two lattices of similar periods creates
structures that researchers can design to control and localize light
A quantum effect allows infrared measurements to be performed by detecting visible light, bringing opportunities for cheaper, better performance spectroscopy
Electromagnetic waves created on a layer of organic molecules could provide the perfect on-chip light source for future quantum communication systems
Manipulating magnetic and electric dipoles inside nanostructured insulators enables newfound control of light polarization at any angle