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Lei Kang

Assistant Research Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • Electrical Engineering

301 Electrical Engineering East

814-865-2776

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Education

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Shengxiang Wang, Lei Kang and Douglas Werner, 2018, "Active Terahertz Chiral Metamaterials Based on Phase Transition of Vanadium Dioxide (VO 2)", Scientific reports, 8, (1), pp. 189
  • Shengxiang Wang, Guochao Wei, Xiaochuan Wang, Zhengpeng Qin, Yuan Li, Wen Lei, Zhi Hao Jiang, Lei Kang and Douglas Werner, 2018, "Asymmetric transmission based on magnetic resonance coupling in 3D-printed metamaterials", Applied Physics Letters, 113, (8), pp. 081904
  • Yusheng Bian, Qiang Ren, Lei Kang, Taiwei Yue, Pingjuan L Werner and Douglas Werner, 2018, "Deep-subwavelength light transmission in hybrid nanowire-loaded silicon nano-rib waveguides", Photonics Research, 6, (1), pp. 37--45
  • Zhi Hao Jiang, Lei Kang, Wei Hong and Douglas Werner, 2018, "Highly efficient broadband multiplexed millimeter-wave vortices from metasurface-enabled transmit-arrays of subwavelength thickness", Physical Review Applied, 9, (6), pp. 064009
  • Yusheng Bian, Lei Kang, Qiang Ren, Yuanxia Zheng, Roman Engel-Herbert, Pingjuan L Werner, Douglas Werner, Ajey P Jacob and Abu Thomas, 2018, "Hybrid vanadate waveguiding configurations for extreme optical confinement and efficient polarization management in the near-infrared", Nanoscale, 10, (35), pp. 16667--16674
  • Rui Feng, Jianjia Yi, Shah Nawaz Burokur, Lei Kang, Hailin Zhang and Douglas Werner, 2018, "Orbital angular momentum generation method based on transformation electromagnetics", Optics express, 26, (9), pp. 11708--11717
  • Yingfan Meng, Jianjia Yi, Shah Nawaz Burokur, Lei Kang, Hailin Zhang and Douglas Werner, 2018, "Phase-modulation based transmitarray convergence lens for vortex wave carrying orbital angular momentum", Optics express, 26, (17), pp. 22019--22029
  • Xin Wang, Ziting Wang, Licheng Bai, Huaiyu Wang, Lei Kang, Douglas Werner, Ming Xu, Bo Li, Jia Li and Xue-Feng Yu, 2018, "Vivid structural colors from long-range ordered and carbon-integrated colloidal photonic crystals", Optics express, 26, (21), pp. 27001--27013
  • yusheng Bian, Lei Kang and Qiang Ren, 2017, "Efficient Cross-talk Reduction of Nanophotonic Circuits Enabled by Fabrication Friendly Periodic Silicon Strip Arrays", Scientific reports, 7
  • Lei Kang, Sean P Rodrigues and Mohammad Taghinejad, 2017, "Preserving Spin States upon Reflection: Linear and Nonlinear Responses of a Chiral Meta-Mirror", Nano Letters, 17
  • qiang Ren, yusheng bian and Lei Kang, 2017, "Leap-Frog Continuous–Discontinuous Galerkin Time Domain Method for Nanoarchitectures With the Drude Model", JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY, 35
  • zhihao jiang, Lei Kang and Douglas Werner, 2017, "Conformal metasurface-coated dielectric waveguides for highly confined broadband optical activity with simultaneous low-visibility and reduced crosstalk", Nature communications, 8
  • shengxiang wang, Lei Kang and Douglas Werner, 2017, "Hybrid Resonators and Highly Tunable Terahertz Metamaterials Enabled by Vanadium Dioxide (VO2)", Scientific Reports, 7
  • Qiang Ren, Jogender Nagar and Lei Kang, 2017, "Efficient Wideband Numerical Simulations for Nanostructures Employing a Drude-Critical Points (DCP) Dispersive Model", Scientific Reports, 7
  • lei kang, Qiang Ren and douglas werner, 2017, "Leveraging Superchiral Light for Manipulation of Optical Chirality in the Near-Field of Plasmonic Metamaterials", ACS Photonics, 4, pp. 8
  • Sarah J Boehm, Lei Kang, Douglas Werner and Christine D Keating, 2016, "Field-Switchable Broadband Polarizer Based on Reconfigurable Nanowire Assemblies", Advanced functional materials, 27, pp. 8
  • liu liu, Lei Kang, Theresa S Mayer and Douglas Werner, 2016, "Hybrid metamaterials for electrically triggered multifunctional control", NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 7, pp. 8

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The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was created in the spring of 2015 to allow greater access to courses offered by both departments for undergraduate and graduate students in exciting collaborative research in fields.

We offer B.S. degrees in electrical engineering, computer science, computer engineering and data science and graduate degrees (master's degrees and Ph.D.'s) in electrical engineering and computer science and engineering. EECS focuses on the convergence of technologies and disciplines to meet today’s industrial demands.

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