Integrated photonic systems based on transformation optics devices

Error message

User warning: The following module is missing from the file system: form_builder. For information about how to fix this, see the documentation page. in _drupal_trigger_error_with_delayed_logging() (line 1156 of /var/www/mri.psu.edu/includes/bootstrap.inc).
Credits/Names: 

DMR-0820404 Q. Wu, J. P. Turpin, & D. H. Werner, Light: Science & Applications, 2012.

Using the new tools of metamaterials and transformation optics, MRSEC researchers have developed designs for miniaturized optical devices in chip-based optical integrated circuits, the analog of the integrated electronic circuits in computers and cell phones. A unified theory for designing practical devices on a single platform using transformation optics has been developed. These broadband, lossless all-dielectric-based gradient-index devices designed include beam collimators, beam splitters, waveguide crossings and waveguide couplers. This technique provides a pathway to broadband, low-loss integrated photonic systems: circuits for light.

Download PDF Version: 
Year of Research Highlight: 
2012
IRG: 
IRG 4 - Electromagnetic Nanostructures