- Butterfly-inspired nanotech makes natural-looking pictures on digital screens, National Science Foundation
- UCF researchers develop method to hide images and information in plain sight, National Science Foundation
- Flexible ‘skin-like’ colour display developed, BBC News
- National Science Foundation selected the plasmonic full-color display as one of the “Year of Light” favorites, National Science Foundation
- Fabrication at the Nano Scale with Molds and Imprinting, American Scientist Feature Article
- Printed 3D Metamaterials selected as “What’s Hot in Optics” by Optical Society of America (OSA)
Nano-optics research group at the University of Central Florida led by Dr. Debashis Chanda, a professor with a joint appointment in UCF’s NanoScience Technology Center (NSTC), Dept. of Physics and College of Optics and Photonics (CREOL).
The group is looking for post-doctoral fellows and graduate students. Contact Dr. Chanda with your CV.
Research in the lab focuses on confining coherent/partially-coherent or incoherent light at nanoscale to enhance light-matter interactions for novel device applications as well as energy harvesting purposes. The group emphasises design and development of high throughput, large scale and low cost fabrication of optical nanostructures…