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One day's moments caught on film (click on a button below to see the corresponding image; click on an image to see its larger version):
January 2017: Check out our recent work on Graphene photodetector enhanced by fractal golden 'snowflake' highlighted on Phys.org.
September 2016: Our paper Temperature-dependent optical properties of gold thin films is among Optical Materials Express Top Downloads.
July 2016: Check out the video from Frontiers in Nonlinear Physics Conference, July 17-25, 2016.
May 2016: Catching up over ice cream with Dr. Gururaj Naik - a former member of Prof. A. Boltasseva's research group - at CLEO 2016 in San Jose, CA.
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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
March 2016: While on sabbatical, visiting colleagues that became friends, and breathing in the air of the place where the quantum began (click on a button below to see the corresponding image; click on an image to see its larger version).
January 2016: Our paper Plasmonics on the slope of enlightenment: the role of transition metal nitrides was highlighted in Nature Nanotechnology editorial.
January 2016: Our recent Science perspective, Plasmonics - turning loss into gain, highlights applications where plasmon-enhanced loss of light energy, accompanied by local heating of the medium, is used to technological advantage.
November 2015: Congratulations to our group member Amr Shaltout who successfully passed his final PhD examination. Amrs's PhD work, entitled "Photonic Metasurfaces for Spatiotemporal and Ultrafast Light Control," deals with manipulation of light by means of spatially and temporally engineered metasurfaces with a goal of observing new physical effects and developing ultra-compact optical devices. In the picture below: A. Shaltout (in the middle) with Profs. E. Narimanov, A. Boltasseva, A. Kildishev and V. Shalaev.