This special issue contains papers reporting on the recent developments in electromagnetic metasurfaces. These metasurfaces are ultrathin engineered surfaces with subwavelength features that can be used to control the shaping of light wavefronts at will. The special issue represents a snapshot of the state-of-the-art in this exciting and inherently interdisciplinary research field to inspire future progress on the topic of metasurfaces for optical and radio-frequency applications.

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