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20 August 2020 Metamaterial-enhanced photoluminescence spectroscopy
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The control of photoluminescence processes, via the design of composite materials with engineered electromagnetic properties, is of great interest for the development of many application areas ranging from biophysics to quantum optical technologies. Approaches providing broadband enhancements of emission, not limited to resonant nanostructures, are particularly advantageous. We discuss how various photoluminescence processes, including conventional and dipolar-forbidden spontaneous emission, as well as Förster resonance energy transfer, are altered nearby and inside plasmonic hyperbolic metamaterials. They provide a flexible platform for engineering broadband Purcell enhancements due to their peculiar electromagnetic mode structure controlled by the nonlocal response of the metamaterial.
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Diane J. Roth, Pavel Ginzburg, Mazhar E. Nasir, Alexey V. Krasavin, Klaus Suhling, David Richards, Viktor A. Podolskiy, and Anatoly V. Zayats "Metamaterial-enhanced photoluminescence spectroscopy", Proc. SPIE 11468, Enhanced Spectroscopies and Nanoimaging 2020, 114680E (20 August 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2567612
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