Ultracompact Nanophotonics: Light Emission and Manipulation with Metasurfaces

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Internet of Things (IoT) technology is prosperous for the betterment of human well-being. With the expeditious needs of miniature functional devices and systems for adaptive optics and light manipulation at will, relevant sensing techniques are thus in the urgent stage of development. Extensive developments in ultrathin artificial structures, namely metasurfaces, are paving the way for the next-generation devices. A bunch of tunable and reconfigurable metasurfaces with diversified catalogs of mechanisms have been developed recently, enabling dynamic light modulation on demand. On the other hand, monolithic integration of metasurfaces and light-emitting sources form ultracompact meta-devices as well as exhibiting desired functionalities. Photon-matter interaction provides revolution in more compact meta-devices, manipulating light directly at the source. This study presents an outlook on this merging paradigm for ultracompact nanophotonics with metasurfaces, also known as metaphotonics. Recent advances in the field hold great promise for the novel photonic devices with light emission and manipulation in simplicity.




Hong, Y. H., Hsu, W. C., Tsai, W. C., Huang, Y. W., Chen, S. C., & Kuo, H. C. (2022). Ultracompact Nanophotonics: Light Emission and Manipulation with Metasurfaces. Nanoscale Research Letters. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1186/s11671-022-03680-w

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