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4 May 2020 Advanced imaging optics enabled by ultra-thin, all-dielectric metasurfaces (Conference Presentation)
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Optical metasurfaces consist of nanostructured meta-atom arrays that allow on-demand manipulation of the phase, amplitude and polarization of light. The promise of metasurface optics lies in the arbitrary wavefront control with an optically-thin, flat/conformal form factor and subwavelength-arrayed device architecture, in drastic contrast to traditional bulk optics. In this talk, we’ll discuss opportunities and challenges of using metasurfaces in imaging systems. We further present novel imaging optics and architectures enabled by ultra-thin, all-dielectric metasurfaces, such as ultra-wide field-of-view and reconfigurable meta-optics with unprecedented optical performance. We show that the judicially-engineered meta-optics can significantly boost the imaging performance, allow new functionalities and effectively reduce the size, weight, power and cost (SWaP-C) of future optical systems.
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Tian Gu, Mikhail Y. Shalaginov, Sensong An, Fan Yang, Qingyang Du, Yifei Zhang, Clayton Fowler, Clara Rivero-Baleine, Hualiang Zhang, and Juejun Hu "Advanced imaging optics enabled by ultra-thin, all-dielectric metasurfaces (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 11403, Advanced Optics for Imaging Applications: UV through LWIR V, 1140303 (4 May 2020);


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