Welcome to the Laboratory of Wave Engineering !
Be it of electrical nature (microwaves,optics), or of mechanical nature (acoustics,elastics), wave propagation is at the core of modern technologies, with applications including information processing, sensing, imaging, telecommunications, and energy transfer and management. We focus on unveiling the mechanisms that govern wave interactions with complex environments and artificial materials, and apply our science to tackle challenging applications, including:
– Wave-based information processing leveraging disorder, topology, non-Hermiticity, non-reciprocity, or non-linearity.
– Acoustic imaging and sensing in challenging noisy, lossy, or disordered environments.
– Ultracompact devices to efficiently emit, manipulate, guide or detect waves at scales smaller than their wavelength.
For more details, feel free to browse our Research and Publication pages.
- July 6th, 2020: Read our review paper on Acoustic Nonreciprocity, just published in Nature Reviews Materials.
- June 16th, 2020: Check our latest publications about leveraging disorder and topology to perform specific filtering operations (in Advanced Materials) and a theory of electromagnetic propagation in time-varying media (in IEEE TAP).
- May 14th, 2020: We currently have an open position for an administrative assistant. Please check our openings webpage for details.
- January 10th, 2020: Our lab welcomes a new Ph.D. student, Bingkun Qi. Welcome on board !
- January 1st, 2020: Our laboratory has received an SNSF Spark grant to fund our research about new applications of wavefront shaping.
- October 5th, 2019: R. Fleury received the 2019 STI PolySphere teaching award from the EPFL student association (AGEPoly), and the best teacher award from the EPFL Institute of Electrical Engineering (press release).