Light propagation in honeycomb arrays of metallic nanoparticles mimics the properties of electrons in graphene, paving the way to unprecedented tunable optical materials.
Combining metal oxides with organic lumophores results in an attractive form of solid-state lighting.
Inorganic nanostructures are used in hybrid solar cells to improve light absorption and carrier transportation.
A meta-hologram consisting of sub-wavelength gold cross nanoantennas enables polarization-controlled dual images in the visible region.
Direct femtosecond laser writing can produce computer-designed structures at a resolution beyond the diffraction limit.