16 February 2017 Multilayered metal-insulator nanocavities: toward tunable multi-resonance nano-devices for integrated optics
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Plasmonic nanocavities can control light flows and enhance light-mater interactions at subwavelength scale, and thus can potentially be used as nanoscale components in integrated optics systems either for passive optical coupling, or for active optical modulation and emission. In this work, we investigated a new type of multilayered metal-insulator optical nanocavities that can support multiple localized plasmon resonances with ultra-small mode volumes. The total number of resonance peaks and their resonance wavelengths can be freely and accurately controlled by simple geometric design rules. Multi-resonance plasmonic nanocavities can serve as a nanoscale wavelength-multiplexed optical components in integrated optics systems, such as optical couplers, light emitters, nanolasers, optical sensors, and optical modulators.
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Junyeob Song, Junyeob Song, Wei Zhou, Wei Zhou, } "Multilayered metal-insulator nanocavities: toward tunable multi-resonance nano-devices for integrated optics", Proc. SPIE 10106, Integrated Optics: Devices, Materials, and Technologies XXI, 1010613 (16 February 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2255900; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2255900


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