Optical metasurfaces comprising sub-wavelength structures have emerged as a powerful platform for controlling the flow of light. Compared to traditional bulk optics, they offer reduced size and weight, minimal element count, and compatibility with wafer-level manufacturing and assembly, promising compact, high-performance optical systems with broad potential applications in consumer electronics, biomedical diagnosis, automotive and robotic sensing, and security surveillance. In this JOM webinar, we will focus on the applications of metasurface optics in imaging systems, covering latest innovations from metasurface design and fabrication to image processing algorithms. Panelists will include:
- Junsuk Rho (Pohang University of Science and Technology): meta-optics for future optical components and devices: design, materials and fabrication
- Jason Valentine (Vanderbilt University): meta-optic accelerators for image processing
- Arka Majumdar (University of Washington): software defined meta-optics
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