Phys.org, a science and research news website, has featured our fiber nanoimprint technology in their article “Tiny 3-D structures nanoimprinted on the end of an optical fiber”. Our method can create arbitrary free-form three-dimensional structures on the edge of an optical fiber to control the emitted wavefront. Nanoimprint lithography provides a subdiffraction resolution, which results in a precise wavefront control and perfect optical properties. The device, featured in the article, is a diffractive beam splitter. It converts the output of the single mode fiber into four beams of light with equal intensity.
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