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August 2018: Our paper Ultrathin and multicolour optical cavities with embedded metasurfaces that came out recently in Nature Communications prompted a Purdue University News article Low bandwidth? Use more colors at once which in turn was picked up by several science news outlets.
August 2018: Our paper Optical response of finite-thickness ultrathin plasmonic films came out in MRS Communications.
July 2018: A Gordon Research Conference Plasmonics and Nanophotonics - Harvesting, Generating, and Manipulating Light at the Nanoscale has taken palce on July 8-13, 2018 in Newry, ME, USA. Profs. A. Boltasseva and V. Shalaev of Purdue have contributed.
July 2018: Our paper Ultrabright Room-Temperature Sub-Nanosecond Emission from Single Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers Coupled to Nanopatch Antennas came out in Nano Letters.
July 2018: Our paper Controlling the Plasmonic Properties of Ultrathin TiN Films at the Atomic Level came out in ACS Photonics.
July 2018: Our paper Plasmonic Biomimetic Nanocomposite with Spontaneous Subwavelength Structuring as Broadband Absorbers came out in ACS Energy Letters.
July 2018: A Gordon Research Conference Lasers in Micro, Nano and Bio Systems has taken palce on June 17 - 22, 2018 in Waterville Valley, NH, USA.
A plenary talk entitled Nanophotonics with Metamaterials: Making Light Work at Nanoscale on our recent recent research had been presented at the Conference.
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The video below describes in some detail nanophotonics effort led by Professors V. Shalaev, A Boltasseva, and A. Kildishev at Purdue's Birck Nanotechnology Center.
Exerpts from this video appear in the sections describing relevant projects on pages
June 2018: Mikhail (Misha) Shalaginov attended Graduation Cermony at Purdue (see pics below: click on a pic to view a larger imege). Currently Misha is a Postdoc at MIT.
June 2018: Our paper High-Resolution Large-Ensemble Nanoparticle Trapping with Multifunctional Thermoplasmonic Nanohole Metasurface came out in ACS Nano journal.
May 2018: Late this moth, Symposium On Nano-Optics and Symposium On Plasmonics and Nano-photonics have taken place in the cities of Shenzhen and Hangzhou (China). To see pictures from the symposia, click on the thumbnails below.
July 2017: Congratulations to our research team member Mikhail (Misha) Shalaginov for successful defense of his PhD work entitled "Novel plasmonic materials and nanodevices for integrated quantum photonics". Misha (standing between the youngest team members Michelle and Alice in the picture below) will be soon joining J.J. Hu Photonic Materials Group at MIT as a Postdoctoral Associate. Click on the pick to view its larger version.
July 2017: Check out my recent interview, where I share my personal thoughts about science, non-science and science fiction among other things.
June 2017: Our paper Electron spin contrast of Purcell-enhanced nitrogen-vacancy ensembles in nanodiamonds came out Phys. Rev. B.
May 2018: Check out our CLEO 2018 papers.
May 2018: Our paper Material platforms for integrated quantum photonics is among most downloaded articles from Optical Materials Express in April 2018.
May 2018: Our paper Accelerating light with metasurfaces came out in Optica.
April 2018: "Switch controls light on a nanoscale for faster information processing", Purdue News
April 2018: Our paper Low-loss plasmon-assisted electro-optic modulator came out in NATURE.