Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Juejun Hu Research Group Photonic Materials Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • fisheye metalens


    Electrically switched metasurface:
    we realized, for the first time, electrical switching of a cohort of active metasurface devices based on low loss phase change materials.

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  • Tunable lens: we demonstrated a varifocal metalens and aberration-free multi-depth imaging leveraging the low-loss optical phase change material GSST.    Read more    MIT News

    Tunable lens

  • fisheye metalens

    A flat fisheye lens: our new design transforms a flat piece of glass into a fisheye metalens capable of diffraction-limited imaging across the entire 180-degree panoramic field-of-view.

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    MIT News


  • The first version of the Springer Handbook of Glass is now available after more than 4 years of work!

    The Handbook includes more than fifty chapters and provides comprehensive treatment of the current state of glass science from the leading experts in the field.

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My group's research focuses on novel materials and devices to exploit interactions of light with matter:
  1. On-chip sensing and spectroscopy;
  2. Optical phase change materials and meta-optics;
  3. 2-D material photonic integration;
  4. Flexible photonics and polymer photonics;
  5. Optics for solar energy; and
  6. Magneto-optical isolation.
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