Nanophotonics

Light at Microscopic Scales

Controlling the flow and interaction of photons and electrons in micro- and nanofabricated circuits is the key to creating ever faster, ever smaller, and improved systems such as computers, communication systems, solar cells, and energy converters. These devices that have become so integrated into our daily lives so quickly were made possible largely through nanotechnology, by the development of new materials that vastly increased the speed and capacity of microprocessors and digital storage media. The Singh Center is uniquely equipped to facilitate basic and applied research in this exciting and highly visible area.

Nanophotonics Faculty

Ritesh Agarwal

Materials Science and Engineering

School of Engineering and Applied Science

ProfileResearch

Nader Engheta

Electrical and Systems Engineering

School of Engineering and Applied Science

ProfileResearch

Cherie Kagan

Electrical and Systems Engineering

School of Engineering and Applied Science

ProfileResearch

 

Charles Kane

Physics

School of Arts and Sciences

ProfileResearch

Jay Kikkawa

Physics

School of Arts and Sciences

Profile

Eugene Mele

Physics

School of Arts and Sciences

Profile