Our Mission

Our nanophotonics research seeks to uncover the underlying physics in structured light-matter interactions at nanoscale. We aim to develop advanced optical materials and nanotechnology to unleash the full potential of structured light in optical and quantum information processing. Our developed photonic devices and systems harnessing multi-dimensions of light have significant research impact on a breadth of photonic applications, including optical and quantum imaging, communications, displays, and sensing.


Our Research Topics

3D meta-optics

Meta-optics transforms future ultrathin, lightweight, and multi-functional photonics.

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Photonic integration

Photonic integration underpins future information processing and computing.

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Metafibre optics

Metafibre optics empowers flexible optical fibres for advanced imaging capabilities.

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Structured light

Structured light enlightens our understanding of light-matter interactions.

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Holographic displays

Holography offers a vital platform for future display technologies, enabling a 3D world onto a screen.

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Nanoscopic optics provides unprecedented resolution to study light-matter interactions.

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Optical sensing

Metasurfaces offer a new platform for optical sensing with high-quality-factor resonances.

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Quantum emission

Meta-optics allows simultaneous imaging and tailoring of quantum emission at room temperature.

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Topological photonics

Vectorial diffraction opens the door to realise arbitrary optical skyrmions with robust topological feature.

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New Horizons Research Centre

Monash University

Clayton, VIC 3800,  Australia