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Attojoule Nano-Optoelectronics
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AFOSR MURI: Ultralow Power, Ultrafast, Integrated Nano-Optoelectronics
AFOSR MURI FA9550-17-1-0002 – Program Manager: Dr. Gernot Pomrenke
Team: Andrea Alù , The University of Texas at Austin (PI) Mark Brongersma , Stanford University (co-PI) Nader Engheta , University of Pennsylvania (co-PI) Shanhui Fan , Stanford University (co-PI) Mikhail Lukin , Harvard University (co-PI)
David Miller , Stanford University (co-PI) Hongkun Park , Harvard University (co-PI) Jelena Vuckovic , Stanford University (co-PI) Philip Kim , Harvard University (Consulting) Roel Baets , University of Ghent (International) Albert Polman , AMOLF (International)
OUR GOALS FOR THIS PROGRAM: Introduce and develop revolutionary concepts to model, design, analyze, fabricate and          characterize ultralow-power, ultrafast, high-density, compact, scalable optoelectronic          nanodevices and dense arrays of them, envisioning the next generation of integrated          nanophotonic systems Realize nanophotonic devices enabling operations in the femtosecond, nanometer and          attojoule ranges, all within a CMOS-compatible, directly scalable, room-temperature          environment at telecommunication wavelengths
TECHNICAL APPROACH: Hybrid material platform supporting novel phenomena that may significantly push the limits             of integration and speed, including quantum effects, 2D materials, metamaterials, heavily-doped             semiconductors, and plasmonic materials Novel theoretical tools, including analytical and numerical methods, as well as fundamental             bounds on efficiency and speed, capturing the involved complex multiphysics problems,             and including and integrating plasmonic, electronic, nonlinear and quantum effects Nanofabrication techniques to realize CMOS-compatible, cost-effective, ultralow power,             and ultrafast nanodevices on hybrid substrates Fundamental physics advances  in quantum optics, plasmonics, strong light-matter interactions New nanophotonics concepts, applying metatronics, epsilon-near-zero, hyperbolic metasurfaces,             and meta-electronics
AFOSR MURI Topic 10 FY2016 Program Manager: Dr. Gernot Pomrenke
AFOSR MURI
Attojoule Nano- Optoelectronics
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OUR GOALS FOR THIS PROGRAM: Introduce and develop revolutionary concepts to model, design, analyze, fabricate and characterize  ultralow-power, ultrafast, high-density, compact, scalable optoelectronic nanodevices and dense arrays of them, envisioning the next generation of integrated nanophotonic systems Realize nanophotonic devices enabling operations in the femtosecond, nanometer and attojoule ranges, all within a CMOS-compatible, directly scalable, room-temperature environment at telecommunication wavelengths.
TECHNICAL APPROACH: Hybrid material platform supporting novel phenomena that may significantly push the limits of integration and speed, including quantum effects, 2D materials, metamaterials, heavily-doped semiconductors, and plasmonic materials Novel theoretical tools, including analytical and numerical methods, as well as fundamental bounds on efficiency and speed, capturing the involved complex multiphysics problems, and including and integrating plasmonic, electronic, nonlinear and quantum effects Nanofabrication techniques to realize CMOS-compatible, cost-effective, ultralow power, and ultrafast nanodevices on hybrid substrates Fundamental physics advances  in quantum optics, plasmonics, strong light- matter interactions New nanophotonics concepts, applying metatronics, ε-near-zero, hyperbolic metasurfaces, and meta-electronics.
AFOSR MURI: Ultralow Power, Ultrafast, Integrated Nano-Optoelectronics
Team: Andrea Alù, The University of Texas at Austin (PI) Mark Brongersma, Stanford University (co-PI) Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania (co-PI) Shanhui Fan, Stanford University (co-PI) Mikhail Lukin, Harvard University (co-PI) David Miller, Stanford University (co-PI) Hongkun Park, Harvard University (co-PI) Jelena Vuckovic, Stanford University (co-PI) Philip Kim, Harvard University (Consulting) Roel Baets, University of Ghent (International) Albert Polman, AMOLF (International)
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AFOSR MURI: Ultralow Power, Ultrafast, Integrated Nano-Optoelectronics