Howard Lee

Professor of Physics & Astronomy

Lee Nano-optics Lab aims to study extreme light-matter interaction, advanced nano-
physics/optical materials, and ultrafast/quantum/bio-photonics at the nanometer scale (e.g. in
plasmonic, metasurface, zero-index/2D material, optical fiber platforms), as well as advancing
next generation optical imaging, bio/optical sensing, energy, medical, and communication
applications. His group is also interested in utilizing the nanophotonic structures and meta-
optical fibers to advance quantum nanophotonics and quantum biophotonics, for instance,
enhanced quantum light emission and structured light beam for advanced optical sensing,
efficient and reconfigurable nano-laser and single photon light source, and enhanced Raman
spectroscopy for molecule detection and biosensing.

Contact Info:

University of California, Irvine
4129 Frederick Reines Hall
Irvine, CA 92697-4575

(949) 287-3922




Professor William J. Evans, Director

Please email Ms. Jenise Shourds

164 Rowland Hall
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA 92697-4675