Special Issue "Micro-Nano Optics and High-End Measurement Instruments"
A special issue of Photonics (ISSN 2304-6732).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2022 | Viewed by 94
Interests: diffraction optics; optical measurement; laser interferometer; transparent conductive films; metasurfaces; graphene; physical optics; EMI shielding of optical materials
Interests: ultra-precision laser measurement; optoelectronic instruments
Interests: micro-nano mechanical electronic systems (MEMS/NEMS) and measurement; micro-nano electronic devices and integrated systems; optical testing technology and instruments; micro-nano mechanical electronic systems (MEMS/NEMS) and processing; ultra-precision machining and testing technology; intelligent photoelectric detection technology
As one of the hotspots in the field of photonics, micro–nano-optics has attracted increasing attention.
Micro–nano optics generally refers to the introduction of micro- and nano-optical structures into related materials to create new optical functional devices. The structure design and fabrication is a key issue in the development of micro–nano-optics. Its main advantage is that it can realize many new functions on the basis of local electromagnetic interaction of micro- and nano-optical structures. Micro–nano-optics is an important development direction of the new optoelectronic industry. It has played a significant role in many fields, such as optical communication, optical interconnection, optical storage, semiconductor devices, and so on.
The idea of micro–nano-optics is also used in other electromagnetic bands. Many structured components have also been developed in terahertz and microwave bands, and many micro–nano devices can realize different functions in multiple electromagnetic bands. Metamaterials, metasurfaces, and nano-photonic devices are typical representatives in this field.
The manufacturing and characterization of micro–nano-optical devices need the support of high-end measuring instruments. The development of micro–nano-optical devices also provides key components for high-end measuring instruments. Micro–nano-optics and high-end measuring instruments are deeply integrated.
This Special Issue aims to present original state-of-the-art research articles focused on the design, manufacture, and application of micro–nano-optical devices, as well as the development and application of high-end measurement instruments related to micro–nano manufacturing. Researchers are invited to submit their contributions to this Special Issue. Topics include but are not limited to:
- Nanotechnology and nanostructures in optics
- Metamaterials in optics or microwave
- Micro- and nano-measurement technology
- Laser measurement technology and instruments
- Modern optical technology and instruments for precision and ultraprecision measurement
- 3D nanostructure measurement
Prof. Dr. Zhengang Lu
Prof. Dr. Pengcheng Hu
Prof. Dr. Shuming Yang
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- nanotechnology and nanostructures in optics
- metamaterials in optics or microwave
- micro- and nano-measurement technology
- laser measurement
- ultraprecision measurement
- 3D nanostructure measurement