Abstract

Recently, fundamental properties and practical applications of two-dimensional (2D) materials have attracted tremendous interest. Micro/nanostructures and functional devices in 2D materials have been fabricated by various methods. Ultrafast direct laser writing (DLW) with the advantages of rich light-matter interactions; unique three-dimensional processing capability; arbitrary-shape design flexibility; and minimized thermal effect, which enables high fabrication accuracy resolution, has been widely applied in the fabrication of 2D materials for multifunctional devices. This timely review summarizes the laser interactions with 2D materials and the advances in diverse functional photonics devices by DLW. The perspectives and challenges in designing and improving laser-fabricated 2D material photonic devices are also discussed.

© 2020 Chinese Laser Press

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