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NATURE Comm publication: Designing metalenses and metasurfaces of unusual shapes- AUG 2018

Published on: 30-Aug-2018

Summary of the article or any highlight:
The CNRS International-NTU-Thales Research Alliance (CINTRA) in collaboration with the Research Center for Heteroepitaxy and its Applications (CRHEA) CNRS UPR10 in France presents a method for designing ultrathin optical components - commonly called metasurfaces - of arbitrary shapes. The method relies on an optical transformation technique used in the field of metamaterials. With this result, it is now possible of predicting and designing the optical response of metasurfaces conformal to non-planar objects. This method would enable new design opportunities for free-form optics, illusion optics, radar and military camouflage.

Reference:
Link to download the article: http://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-05579-6.pdf
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Contact CINTRA: Prof Wang Qijie (qjwang@ntu.edu.sg) and Prof Philippe Coquet (philippe.coquet@univ-lille.fr)

Collaborations if any: Research Center for Heteroepitaxy and its Applications (CRHEA) CNRS UPR10 in France


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