Our paper describing one of the smallest polarization rotators ever made was published in Optics Express and is freely available here. This paper is important because it describes another example of using digital metamaterials to shrink the size of photonic devices.
Rajesh gave an invited talk at the OSA Integrated Photonics Research Congress in New Orleands, LA on July 25, 2017. The talk was titled “Engineering nanostructures for ultra-compact, multi-functional integrated photonics.”
Our recent work on full-color holograms was covered extensively by the press. Some of the major links are: Continue reading
Our recent work on full color, high efficiency holograms was published today in Scientific Reports and is freely available here. A press release about this work is here. This is an important development as it allows for full-color holograms using relatively inexpensive diffractive optics.
Rajesh gave a seminar on nanophotonic inverse designs at the Technical University of Denmark in Copenhagen, Denmark on July 14, 2017. Thanks to Prof. Lars Frandsen for hosting!