Roadmap for Optical Metasurfaces

Arseniy I. Kuznetsov*, Mark L. Brongersma*, Jin Yao, Mu Ku Chen, Uriel Levy, Din Ping Tsai, Nikolay I. Zheludev, Andrei Faraon, Amir Arbabi, Nanfang Yu, Debashis Chanda, Kenneth B. Crozier, Alexander V. Kildishev, Hao Wang, Joel K.W. Yang, Jason G. Valentine, Patrice Genevet, Jonathan A. Fan, Owen D. Miller, Arka MajumdarJohannes E. Fröch, David Brady, Felix Heide, Ashok Veeraraghavan, Nader Engheta, Andrea Alù, Albert Polman, Harry A. Atwater, Prachi Thureja, Ramon Paniagua-Dominguez, Son Tung Ha, Angela I. Barreda, Jon A. Schuller, Isabelle Staude, Gustavo Grinblat, Yuri Kivshar, Samuel Peana, Susanne F. Yelin, Alexander Senichev, Vladimir M. Shalaev, Soham Saha, Alexandra Boltasseva, Junsuk Rho, Dong Kyo Oh, Joohoon Kim, Junghyun Park, Robert Devlin, Ragip A. Pala

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

Metasurfaces have recently risen to prominence in optical research, providing unique functionalities that can be used for imaging, beam forming, holography, polarimetry, and many more, while keeping device dimensions small. Despite the fact that a vast range of basic metasurface designs has already been thoroughly studied in the literature, the number of metasurface-related papers is still growing at a rapid pace, as metasurface research is now spreading to adjacent fields, including computational imaging, augmented and virtual reality, automotive, display, biosensing, nonlinear, quantum and topological optics, optical computing, and more. At the same time, the ability of metasurfaces to perform optical functions in much more compact optical systems has triggered strong and constantly growing interest from various industries that greatly benefit from the availability of miniaturized, highly functional, and efficient optical components that can be integrated in optoelectronic systems at low cost. This creates a truly unique opportunity for the field of metasurfaces to make both a scientific and an industrial impact. The goal of this Roadmap is to mark this “golden age” of metasurface research and define future directions to encourage scientists and engineers to drive research and development in the field of metasurfaces toward both scientific excellence and broad industrial adoption.

Original languageAmerican English
JournalACS Photonics
DOIs
StateAccepted/In press - 2024

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Keywords

  • computational imaging
  • emerging material platforms
  • flat optics
  • inverse and topological design
  • large-scale nanofabrication
  • metalens
  • metasurface
  • metasurface applications
  • new concepts
  • tunable metasurfaces

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