We have designed and demonstrated a new type of lens that operates without traditional refraction, making it behave like a perfectly thin lens. The concept holds great promise to widen the field-of-view of imaging systems and to provide new degrees of freedom to manipulate beams and wave fronts. We will have more to share on this topic […]
The EMLab has received a $100,000 grant from IERUS Technologies to develop numerical techniques that will be incorporated into a high-performance computing (HPC) platform suitable for simulating and optimizing advanced photonic devices. Leading the research is Raymond C. Rumpf, Ph.D., the Schellenger Professor in Electrical Research and director of UTEP’s EM Lab, who says the […]
A new market study titled “Discover Global 3D Printed Electronics Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” lists the EM Lab as a key player in the global 3D printed electronics market. The EM Lab has been making very significant contributions to this field and is one of the most ambitious and visionary groups.
The EM Lab published two seminal papers this month in IEEE Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology. The first paper describes their work which automated hybrid direct-write 3D printing, giving them the powerful capability to build arbitrary metal-dielectric parts. The EM Lab is the first group in the world to accomplish this. The second paper describes […]