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July 2017: Our paper Material platforms for integrated quantum photonics is among most downloaded articles from Optical Material Express in June 2017.
June 2017: Our paper Controlling hybrid nonlinearities in transparent conducting oxides via two-colour excitation came out in Nature Communications.
June 2017: Check out our newly published Science Prospective article Applying plasmonics to a sustainable future.
The article was highlighted in a Purdue press release Plasmonics could bring sustainable society, desalination tech, which was picked up by various science/tech news outlets.
May 2017: Our paper Optical Properties of Plasmonic Ultrathin TiN Films came out in Advanced Optical Materials.
May 2017: Check out our newly published CLEO 2017 papers
May 2017: Our paper Material platforms for integrated quantum photonics is among most downloaded articles from Optical Material Express in April 2017.
May 2017: Our paper Hybrid plasmonic waveguides formed by metal coating of dielectric ridges came out in Optics Express.
May 2017: Former and current group members gathered on the occasion of the Commencement Ceremony for some of the group alumni.
May 2017: Our paper Broadband Hot Electron Collection for Solar Water Splitting with Plasmonic Titanium Nitride was among 5 most downloaded articles from Advanced Optical Materials journal in April 2017.
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Birck Nanotechnology Center
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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
April 2017: Our paper Plasmonic Titanium Nitride Nanostructures via Nitridation of Nanopatterned Titanium Dioxide is among Top 5 downloads from Advanced Optical Materials in March 2017. It was also featured on the back cover of issue 7 (v.5) of the journal and in an article in Advanced Science News.
April 2017: Our paper Temperature-Dependent Optical Properties of Plasmonic Titanium Nitride Thin Films came out in ACS Photonics.
April 2017: Our paper Temperature-Dependent Optical Properties of Single Crystalline and Polycrystalline Silver Thin Films came out in ACS Photonics.
April 2017: Our group member Mikhail Shalaginov has received the 2017 College of Engineering Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award. This prestigious award goes to students who demonstrated excellence and leadership in research through publications, participation in professional organizations, and willingness to mentor others. This year 2 graduate students (out of 700+) from the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering were chosen for this award.
April 25, 2017: Our paper Pancharatnam-Berry Phase Manipulating Metasurface for Visible Color Hologram Based on Low Loss Silver Thin Film came out in Advanced Optical Materials
April 2017: Our paper High temperature efficient, stable Si wafer-based selective solar absorbers came out in Appl. Phys. Letters.
March 2017: Our paper High-Performance Doped Silver Films: Overcoming Fundamental Material Limits for Nanophotonic Applications came out in Advanced Materials.
March 2017: Check out our newly published conference papers
March 2017: Our paper Evolution of Metallicity in Vanadium Dioxide by Creation of Oxygen Vacancies came out in Phys. Rev. Appl.
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.