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Plasmonics for extreme light concentration and manipulation.
- J. Schuller, E. Barnard, W. Cai, Y. Jun, J. White, M. Brongersma
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Nature materials
- 1 March 2010
The unprecedented ability of nanometallic (that is, plasmonic) structures to concentrate light into deep-subwavelength volumes has propelled their use in a vast array of nanophotonics technologies… Expand
Soil Carbon Dioxide Evolution, Litter Decomposition, and Nitrogen Availability Four Years after Thinning in a Japanese Larch Plantation
Abstract Soil carbon dioxide (CO2) evolution, litter decomposition, and nitrogen availability was measured four years after thinning in a 19-year-old Japanese larch (Larix leptolepis Gord.)… Expand
Light availability and understory vegetation four years after thinning in a Larix leptolepis plantation of central Korea
We measured photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) beneath the forest canopy, understory species’ richness and diversity, and biomass in a Larix leptolepis plantation in central Korea 4 years… Expand
Plasmonic beaming and active control over fluorescent emission.
Nanometallic optical antennas are rapidly gaining popularity in applications that require exquisite control over light concentration and emission processes. The search is on for high-performance… Expand
Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics During Conversion of Agricultural Lands to Natural Vegetation in Central Korea
Changes in land use can affect the distribution and cycling of soil organic matter and nutrients. Soil organic carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) concentrations, soil CO2 evolution, litter decomposition,… Expand
Broadband enhancement of light emission in silicon slot waveguides.
We investigate the light emission properties of electrical dipole emitters inside 2-dimensional (2D) and 3-dimensional (3D) silicon slot waveguides and evaluate the spontaneous emission enhancement… Expand
General Strategy for Broadband Coherent Perfect Absorption and Multi-wavelength All-optical Switching Based on Epsilon-Near-Zero Multilayer Films
- T. Kim, Md Alamgir Badsha, Junho Yoon, S. Lee, Y. Jun, C. Hwangbo
- Medicine, Materials Science
- Scientific reports
- 11 March 2016
We propose a general, easy-to-implement scheme for broadband coherent perfect absorption (CPA) using epsilon-near-zero (ENZ) multilayer films. Specifically, we employ indium tin oxide (ITO) as a… Expand
Optical magnetic mirrors without metals
The reflection of an optical wave from metal, arising from strong interactions between the optical electric field and the free carriers of the metal, is accompanied by a phase reversal of the… Expand
Nonresonant enhancement of spontaneous emission in metal-dielectric-metal plasmon waveguide structures
We theoretically investigate the spontaneous emission process of an optical, dipolar emitter in metal-dielectric-metal slab and slot waveguide structures. We find that both structures exhibit strong… Expand
Epsilon-near-zero strong coupling in metamaterial-semiconductor hybrid structures.
We present a new type of electrically tunable strong coupling between planar metamaterials and epsilon-near-zero modes that exist in a doped semiconductor nanolayer. The use of doped semiconductors… Expand