The prime motivation of our lab is to challenge the forefront of science and technology. We strive to pursue solid experimental work in addition to theoretical modeling. Our research focuses on the interaction of light with nanostructures that leads to exotic electromagnetic properties, which could be applied to the field of metamaterials, plasmonics, electronics, photonics, energy, acoustics, imaging, sensing and biology.
|||Tuning the polarization state of light via time retardation with a microstructured surface, "Shang-Chi Jiang, Xiang Xiong, Paulo Sarriugarte, Sheng-Wei Jiang, Xiao-Bo Yin, Yuan Wang, Ru-Wen Peng, Di Wu, Rainer Hillenbrand, Xiang Zhang, and Mu Wang", Physical Review B, 88, 161104(R).|
|||Paloma A. Huidobro, Sadao Ota, Xiaodong Yang, Xiaobo Yin, F. J. Garcia-Vidal, and Xiang Zhang, "Plasmonic Brownian ratchet", Physical Review B, 88, 201401.|
|||Zhang-qi Yin, Tongcang Li, Xiang Zhang, and L. M. Duan, "Large quantum superpositions of a levitated nanodiamond through spin-optomechanical coupling", Physical Review A, 88, 033614.|
|||Yongmin Liu and Xiang Zhang, "Metasurfaces for manipulating surface plasmons", Applied Physics Letters, 103, 141101.|
|||Ming Liu & Xiang Zhang, "Silicon photonics: Graphene benefits", Nature Photonics, Advanced Online.|
Jun 2013: Jun has received the Incubic & Milton Chang award at CLEO.
Apr 2013: Ziliang received the MRS Graduate Student Gold Award.
Apr 2013: Kedar received the MRS Graduate Student Silver Award.
Apr 2013: David has received the NDSEG Fellowship.
Mar 2013: Ziliang was named 2012 Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad.