- Full text PDF available (0)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (4)
- Last 10 years (4)
Journals and Conferences
Spin angular momentum is a fundamental property of the propagating optical waves. In this work, we reveal a possibility of the continuous transition from the transverse spin angular momentum as for the conventional surface plasmon-polariton to the longitudinal spin angular momentum as for the left and right circularly polarized bulk electromagnetic modes.
We study both theoretically and experimentally a new class of surface electromagnetic waves supported by resonant anisotropic metasurface. At certain frequency this type of metasurface demonstrates the topological transition from elliptical to hyperbolic regime.
We reveal the existence of a new types of surface electromagnetic waves supported by hyperbolic metasurface, described by a local diagonal anisotropic conductivity tensor. We present a comprehensive analysis of the dispersion and the equal frequency contours of surface waves propagating along hyperbolic metasurface. We demonstrate that the spectrum of the… (More)
We show that surface plasmon polaritons (SPP) localized at anisotropic conductive interfaces possess a number of unique features. The interface is described as a two-dimensional current distribution of zero thickness by using a conductivity tensor. The dispersion of such SPP consists of two branches of hybrid TE-TM polarized modes. We reveal that, in… (More)