Dispersion engineering with meta-optics

Meta-optics is an emerging technology that provides for dispersion-free optical engineering.

It’s always fascinating to learn what bright minds can accomplish with optics. In this case story, you can read about dispersion engineering with meta-optics.

The Ren Group – a research team at the School of Physics and Astronomy, Monash University – has developed a broadband achromatic metafiber and used a SuperK FIANIUM supercontinuum white light laser to characterize it. 

Our SuperK lasers are ideal for the characterization of advanced optical components, metamaterials, plasmonics, etc., due to their high brightness, high spatial resolution, and flat and broad spectrum. 

Get the summary in the case story or the full story in the article in Nature Communications.

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