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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 epsilon-near-zero metamaterials

Epsilon-near-zero materials promise non-linear optical enhancement, light transport through arbitrary channels, wave-front shaping and control over optical emission. Typically implemented using either naturally occurring effects for example in conductive oxides or through multi-layer stacks all implementations are limited to flat-substrates … Continue reading

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