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We designed, fabricated, and characterized a thin metalens in an amorphous silicon film of diameter 30 µm, focal length equal to the incident wavelength 633 nm. The lens is capable of simultaneously manipulating the state of polarization and phase of incident light. The lens converts a linearly polarized beam into radially polarized light, producing a… (More)
Near-infrared epsilon-near-zero metamaterial slabs based on Ag-Ge multilayers are experimentally demonstrated and numerically analyzed. A post-annealing process and multilayer grating structures are introduced to reduce the optical loss and also tune the epsilon-near-zero wavelength.
Plasmonic space propulsion uses solar light focused onto deep-subwavelength nanostructures to excite strong optical forces that accelerate and expel nanoparticle propellant. Simulations predict that light within the solar spectrum can excite asymmetric nanostructures to create plasmonic forces that will accelerate and expel nanoparticles. A peak force of 55… (More)
Plasmonic force propulsion uses solar light focused on deep-subwavelength nanostructures to excite strong optical forces that accelerate and expel nanoparticle propellant. The concept was assessed within the context of precision pointing and position control for nano/pico-satellites. Plasmonic force fields were numerically simulated, propulsion performance… (More)
The optical nonlocalities in metal-dielectric multilayer metamaterials are characterized as functions of incident angles for different polarizations. The measured epsilon-near-zero frequency shifts due to nonlocal effects agree with the theoretical analysis developed from transfer-matrix method.