Plasmonic nanostructures have offered a wide variety of opportunities to manipulate the properties of light and light-matter interactions. In this talk we discuss a novel methodology called surface wave holography, which allows for direct determination of the morphology of plasmonic nanostructrues perforated on a metal thin film for wavefront control and shaping of light without the need of complicated inverse-problem solutions. Wavefront shaping of microwave, infrared, and visible light have been successfully realized and demonstrated.

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