Amplified stimulated emission is reported using CdSe-seeded CdS nanotetrapod optical gain media.
Intracellular plasmonic imaging by exciting multi-mode resonances in split-ring resonators is reported in Advanced Optical Materials.
Researchers have developed a method to fabricate 3D network magneto photonic crystal with controllable properties from a butterfly wing
Glass ceramics are of great interest for the development of optical elements with meter-scale dimensions for high power laser facilities.
Advanced Optical Materials Issue 2 is live, with 12 papers from top research groups and covering all aspects of light–matter interactions.
Hierarchical electrohydrodynamic pattern formation enables the fabrication of multiscale 3D structured arrays as SERS-active platforms.
A novel metal deposition-based electrochromic device can realize three optical states in a single material—transparent, mirror and black.
New silica microsphere films mimic the striking color display of the Morpho butterfly, with the added advantage of material flexibility.
Padilla and co-workers give an excellent overview on metamaterial absorbers and discuss a selection of examples and related applications in this field.
The radiative emission rate of poly(3-hexylthiophene) could be greatly enhanced by integrating it into a plasmonic split-dipole nanoantenna.