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.
|H. Cang, A. Salandrino, Y. Wang & X. Zhang, "Adiabatic far-field sub-diffraction imaging." Nature Communications, 6, 2015.|
|Y. Wang, Z. Du, Y. Park, C. Chen, X. Zhang & L. Pan, "Quasi-3D plasmonic coupling scheme for near-field optical lithography and imaging." Optics Letters, 40, 2015.|
|P. K. Jha, X. Ni, C. Wu, Y. Wang & X. Zhang, "Metasurface-Enabled Remote Quantum Interference." Physical Review Letters, 115, 2015.|
|M. Mrejen, H. Suchowski, T. Hatakeyama, C. Wu, L. Feng, K. O'Brien, Y. Wang & X. Zhang, "Adiabatic elimination-based coupling control in densely packed subwavelength waveguides." Nature Communications, 6, 2015.|
|K. O'Brien, H. Suchowski, J. Rho, A. Salandrino, B. Kante, X. Yin & X. Zhang, "Predicting nonlinear properties of metamaterials from the linear response." Nature Materials, 14, 2015.|
Aug 2015: Kevin has won the "Best Oral Presentation" award at NLO 2015. Samantha (Xuexin) and Lin won the first and second place poster awards at the Metamaterials Science & Technology Workshop. Zi Jing has won the "Best Student Paper" award at SPIE.
Apr 2015: Zi Jing has won the Gold MRS Graduate Student Award and Sui has been awarded the Outstanding Overseas Student Award by the Chinese government.
Jan 2015: Our alum Dr. Ziliang Ye was the recipient of the 2014 Kavli ENSI Thesis Prize.