Enhancing human color vision by breaking binocular redundancy with Mikhail Kats

Event Date
February 23, 2017 11:00am
Location
Animal Sciences Room 274



The research group of Prof. Mikhail Kats in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Wisconsin - Madison engages in experimental and theoretical exploration of topics across the fields of optics and photonics, device physics, and nano-science. The primary goals of the group are to investigate fundamental problems in optics and photonics and to create next generation optical components to emit, modulate, and detect light across the visible and infrared spectral ranges.

Past research accomplishments (many of them while Mikhail was a member of the Capasso group at Harvard University) include the invention and development of flat optical components based on metasurfaces, ultra-thin optical coatings using highly-absorbing materials, and dynamically tunable plasmonic nanostructures.