• Technical Conference: 

    15 – 20 May 2022

  • Exhibition: 

    17 – 19 May 2022

Crossroads of Metaphotonics: Computational Imaging and Reconfigurable Metasurfaces

Symposium Organizers

Juejun Hu, MIT, USA

Abdoulaye Ndao, Boston University, USA

Junghyun Park, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea

Junsuk Rho, POSTECH, Korea

Lei Tian, Boston University, USA

Jork van de Groep, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

 

Metaphotonics allows us to encode optical responses such as amplitude and phase at the deep subwavelength scale, thereby enabling unprecedented opportunities in the control of light. A large variety of components has been reported, including lenses, holograms, polarizers, carpet cloaking, etc. This special symposium will focus on two emerging applications of metaphotonics: the computational imaging and time-dependent modulation. Combining computational imaging and metasurfaces is a promising avenue toward highly efficient imaging systems and may enable novel imaging processing in computer vision, physical sciences, and machine learning. The first part will provide a wide range of talks on methods and applications of imaging, through a synergistic combination between computational imaging and metaphotonic devices in terms of mathematical theory, physical models, and algorithms. In addition, there have been rapidly growing interest in reconfigurable metasurfaces for applications ranging from light detection and ranging (LiDAR) to holographic displays. Many challenges still remain unresolved such as the limited modulation efficiency and difficulty in the implementation of individually-addressable pixels without crosstalk. The second part of this special symposium aims at providing a forum for cross-cutting discussions on novel fundamental approaches to overcome issues of reconfigurable metasurfaces in pursuit of practical applications.

 

Invited Speakers

Hatice Altug, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland 

Nanophotonic Metasurfaces for Biosensing and Bioimaging

Hyuck Choo, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea

Metaphotonics Crossing the Valley of Death

Shanhui Fan, Stanford University, USA

Nonlocal Metasurface: Topological Differentiation, Space Compression, and Optical Convolution

Patrice Genevet, CNRS, France

Metasurface-enhanced LiDAR Imaging

Deep Jariwala, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Tunable Light-Matter Interactions in Low-Dimensional Excitonic Semiconductors

Arseniy Kuznetsov, IMRE, A*STAR, Singapore

Tunable Dielectric Metasurfaces for Next-generation Spatial Light Modulators

Laura Liu, University of Stuttgart, Germany 

Reconfigurable Optical Metasurfaces Sound

Rajesh Menon, University of Utah, USA

Machine Perception via Diffractive Optics

Chengwei Qiu, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Optically, Electrically and "Mentally" Reconfigurable Metasurfaces

Luat Vuong, University of California at Riverside, USA

Tunable Light Scattering from Bio-inspired Nanofibrous, Photonic-crystal Films