Category Archives: Metasurfaces
Dicke superradiance is a phenomenon where multiple closely spaced emitters can enter a collective excited state with a much shorter lifetime than the excited states of the individual emitters. Together with collaborators at the Universities of Rochester, Ottawa, Toronto, British … Continue reading →
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.
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 →
Last week Sebastian Schulz attended the inaugeral 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 →
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 →