Optical Interaction Science

Nanophotonics

This group focuses on the study and design of optics and optical devices that interact with light on the nanometer scale. This field is enabled by newly developed capabilities to fabricate optical components and devices on a nano-scale.

     

Nanophotonics (ON)

This group focuses on the study and design of optics and optical devices that interact with light on the nanometer scale. This new field is enabled by newly developed capabilities to fabricate optical components and devices on a nano-scale.  Lithographic, interferometric and laser based methods of nanoscale structuring are opening the way towards 2D and 3D nano-structured optical components that manipulate the phase, amplitude and other parameters of optical signal beams.  These nano-structured components will revolutionize many photonic technologies, including for example, composite diffraction elements integrated with semiconductor and fiber sources and multi-functional integrated photonic elements on a single chip.  The application of these nanophotonic technologies will permeate through many new photon-based areas of industry and scientific research.
 

If you are a member of the Nanophotonics Technical Group and have ideas for activities and initiatives to help engage this community, please share them with the chair, Sejeong Kim.

Connect with your fellow members of the Nanophotonics Technical Group by joining our online communities:

        
 

NameAffiliationTitle
Sejeong KIM University of MelbourneChair
Kai Wang Stanford UniversityVice Chair
Humeyra Caglayan Tampereen YliopistoEvent Officer
Guohua Wei MetaSocial Media Officer
Yannick Salamin Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyWebinar Officer