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Metamaterials are artificial materials engineered to provide properties which may not be readily available in nature. These materials usually gain their properties from structure rather than composition, using the inclusion of small inhomogeneities to enact effective macroscopic behavior.
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Novel Plasmonic Materials and Nanodevices for Integrated Quantum Photonics
19 Jun 2017 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Mikhail Shalaginov
This research focuses on color centers in diamond that share quantum properties with single atoms. These systems promise a path for the realization of practical quantum devices such as nanoscale...
Coherent Nonlinear Optical Propagation Processes in Hyperbolic Metamaterials
08 Jun 2017 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Alexander K. Popov
Coherence and interference play an important role in classic and quantum physics. Processes to be employed can be significantly enhanced and the unwanted ones suppressed through the deliberately...
2017 Purdue Quantum Center Workshop: Coherent Effects in Physics and Chemistry
28 Apr 2017 | Workshops | Contributor(s): Vladimir M. Shalaev, Mikhail Shalaginov
Presentations for this workshop are in production and will be available in the next 30 days
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Laser Filtering, Metamaterials, and Commercializing Through the Lens of the Mythical Person Month
09 Jan 2017 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Themos Kallos
In this work we investigate whether optical metamaterials in particular may require more than the typical resources to lead to successful commercialization. We also compare the estimated efforts...
Active Optical Antennas and Metasurfaces
10 Nov 2016 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Mark Brongersma
Mark Brongersma is a Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. His current research is directed towards the development and physical analysis of nanostructured...
Optical Hyperspace: Light in Metamaterials with Hyperbolic Dispersion
03 Nov 2016 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Evgenii Narimanov
The composites with opposite signs of the dielectric permittivity in two orthogonal directions, known as the hyperbolic metamaterials, represent a new "universality class" of optical...
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Light Matter Interfaces for NV Center in Diamond
11 Apr 2016 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Alexey V Akimov
The NV center in diamond is attracting a lot of attention within the quantum information processing community. As a spin system in a clean and well-controlled environment of the diamond lattice,...
Plasmonics and Metasurfaces for Extreme Manipulation of Light
08 Mar 2016 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Yongmin Liu
In this talk, I will present some of our work in the fascinating field of plasmonics and optical metasurfaces. First, I will discuss reconfigurable plasmonic lenses operating in microfluidic...
Quantum Control of Light and Matter International Workshop
14 Oct 2015 | Workshops | Contributor(s): Vladimir M. Shalaev, Chris H Greene
This kickoff workshop brings together world-class experts specializing in diverse areas such as Quantum Information & Computing, Quantum Nanophotonics & Metamaterials, as well as Quantum...
Fahad Al Mamun
Short Course on Nanophotonics
19 Mar 2015 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Nick Fang
This course is a shortened version of a graduate course offered to MIT students regarding recent advances in photonics science and technology. The course consists of selected topics in...
Towards Light-Spin Interface for NV Center in Diamond
17 Mar 2015 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Alexey V Akimov
In this work we present our efforts on using CMOS compatible hyperbolic metamaterials and optical fibers to construct efficient single-photon sources and sensing elements using NV center in diamond.