We are currently looking for creative and self-motivated graduate students to join our lab. Potential candidates must be enthusiastic about research and should have solid background in electromagnetics, nanofabrication, or optoelectronics. Prior research experience in a related field would be a plus. Interested candidates should email their CV and a brief description of their interests to Prof. Arbabi (email@example.com).
We welcome Milad and Mohammad to the lab.March 2023
Congratulations to Babak for successfully defending his thesis proposal!April 2022
Our paper has been published in Nanophotonics. We present an intuitive universal model for resonators interacting with freely propagating waves and introduce a subwavelength high-Q resonator that can be readily and efficiently excited by fee-space illumination.More
Refractive index tuning of all-inorganic TiO2 nanocrystal-based films and high aspect ratio nanostructures using atomic layer deposition: implications for high-throughput fabrication of metalenses
Advances in optical metalenses
High-capacity free-space optical communications using wavelength-and mode-division-multiplexing in the mid-infrared region