About this Webinar
Nature-inspired structural color relies on the interaction of light with nanoscale structures such as thin-film stacks, gratings, plasmonic resonators, and metasurface. Its eco-friendliness, fade resistance, high spatial resolution, and wide range of functionalities have contributed to a growing interest in it for authentication, display, and sensing applications.
This webinar will show how Ansy Lumerical tools can be used for engineering structural color based on various nano-technologies available today. We'll also use Ansys Speos to visualize the color in macroscale when the physics-based surface model from Lumerical is applied to a target object.
What You Will Learn
- How to simulate various nano-patterns and obtain their spectral responses
- What is thin-film stack, grating, plasmonic resonators and metasurface
- What is the Lumerical Sub-Wavelength Model
- Learn about interoperability between Lumerical and Speos
Who Should Attend
Optical Engineer, Optomechanical Engineers, Engineering Management
Shin-Sung Kim, Senior Manager Application Engineering