Tuesday, April 1, 2014

University of Central Florida uses Nanotech for huge breakthrough in Stealth Technology

Debashis Chanda at the University of Central Florida, may have just cracked the barrier of 'Stealth Technology.'  According to the article on the university's website, Chanda and fellow optical and nanotech experts were able to develop a larger swath of multilayer 3-D metamaterial operating in the visible spectral range. They accomplished this feat by using nanotransfer printing, which can potentially be engineered to modify surrounding refractive index needed for controlling propagation of light.  Here is the full article on The University of Central Florida's website.