Yinghong Gu

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Recent developments in color filtering and display technologies have focused predominantly on high resolution, color vibrancy, high efficiency, and slim dimensions. To achieve these goals, metallic nanostructures have attracted extensive research interest due to their abilities to manipulate the properties of light through surface plasmon resonances. In(More)
Metamaterials open up various exotic means to control electromagnetic waves and among them polarization manipulations with metamaterials have attracted intense attention. As of today, static responses of resonators in metamaterials lead to a narrow-band and single-function operation. Extension of the working frequency relies on multilayer metamaterials or(More)
Metamaterials promise an exotic approach to artificially manipulate the polarization state of electromagnetic waves and boost the design of polarimetric devices for sensitive detection, imaging and wireless communication. Here, we present the design and experimental demonstration of an ultrathin (0.29λ) terahertz quarter-wave plate based on planar(More)
Impressive properties arise from the atomically thin nature of transition metal dichalcogenide two-dimensional materials. However, being atomically thin limits their optical absorption or emission. Hence, enhancing their photoluminescence by plasmonic nanostructures is critical for integrating these materials in optoelectronic and photonic devices. Typical(More)
Dark plasmon resonance modes are optical modes that have small scattering cross-sections and are thus difficult to excite directly by light at normal incidence. In this paper, we propose to excite quadrupolar and higher-order modes with normal incident light (in the visible regime) on a continuous plasmonic metallic surface covering a dielectric pillar(More)
The ground-state geometries, electronic structures and vibrational wavenumbers of S-1,3-benzothiazolyl-4-bromobenzenecarbothioate and S-(5,7-dimethyl-3H-4lambda-5-[1,2,4]triazolo[1,5-a]pyridinyl)4-chlorobenzenecarbothioate were studied by DFT-B3LYP, BLYP and ab initio RHF method with different basis sets. The comparison was performed for optimized(More)
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