Category Archives: Metasurfaces

Flexible epsilon-near-zero metamaterials highlighted by Nature Photonics

Our recent APL Photonics paper on flexible epsilon-near-zero metamaterials has been highlighted in the News & Views section of the July Issue of Nature Photonics. Congratulations to everyone involved.

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Flexible metasurface patches for mm-wave applications

In this work, we present a flexible metasurface that operates in the mm-wavelength region. A major problem in modern technology is that many systems, e.g. antennas, are designed for specific functionality. If new functionality is needed, then a new antenna … Continue reading

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Sebastian Schulz awarded best presentation price at BICOP 2018

Last week Sebastian Schulz attended the inaugeralĀ IEEE British and Irish Conference on Optics and Photonics (BICOP) held at the Royal Society in London. He presented a poster on our work on overcoming the delay-bandwidth limit using nonreciprocity, as well as … Continue reading

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Dr Schulz awarded a Royal Society Research Grant

Good news everyone: Dr Schulz has been awarded a Royal Society research grant for his proposal “Tuneable, dielectric metasurfaces on epsilon-near-zero films”. Stay tuned for progress updates. And if you are interested in learning more about our work on metasurfaces … Continue reading

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