The MetaOnDemand project aims at developing the selective addressing of individual pixel elements composing a metasurface to actively write, erase and reconfigure flat integrated devices in real-time. This original platform will be used to demonstrate the on-demand electrical drawing of metasurface devices using pixelated phase-change materials arrays. The ambition of the project is to fabricate proof-of-concept multifunctional optical devices that can be designed for both reflection and/or transmission for applications ranging from beam-steering in the near-infrared to holographic display in the visible as well as adaptive optics in these two wavelength ranges. Finally, we aim at designing a technologically realistic device that takes into account current state of the art processes and technologies at ST Microelectronics. This would be the first step towards industrial production of fast electrically-written and erased optical metasurfaces.
Monsieur Sébastien CUEFF (INSTITUT DES NANOTECHNOLOGIES DE LYON)
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INL INSTITUT DES NANOTECHNOLOGIES DE LYON
CNRS DR12 - Fresnel Institut Fresnel Marseille
CRHEA Centre de recherche sur l'hétéroepitaxie et ses applications
STMicroelectronics (Crolles 2) SAS STMICROELECTRONICS (CROLLES 2) SAS
Help of the ANR 602,124 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: - 42 Months