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Quantum nanophotonics using hyperbolic metamaterials
Engineering optical properties using artificial nanostructured media known as metamaterials has led to breakthrough devices with capabilities from super-resolution imaging to invisibility. In this
Topological Transitions in Metamaterials
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An optical topological transition in strongly anisotropic metamaterials is uncovered that results in a dramatic increase in the photon density of states—an effect that can be used to engineer this interaction.
Optical Hyperlens: Far-field imaging beyond the diffraction limit.
We propose an approach to far-field optical imaging beyond the diffraction limit. The proposed system allows image magnification, is robust with respect to material losses and can be fabricated by
Hyperbolic metamaterials: fundamentals and applications
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A unified view of practical approaches to achievehyperbolic dispersion using thin film and nanowire structures is presented and the concepts central to the theory of hyperbolic media as well as nanofabrication and characterization details essential to experimentalists are introduced.
All-dielectric metamaterials.
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This Review presents a broad outline of the whole range of electromagnetic effects observed using all-dielectric metamaterials: high-refractive-index nanoresonators, metasurfaces, zero-index met amaterials and anisotropic metammaterials, and discusses current challenges and future goals for the field at the intersection with quantum, thermal and silicon photonics.
Optical hyperlens: far-field imaging beyond the diffraction limit
We propose an approach to far-field optical imaging beyond the diffraction limit. The proposed system allows image magnification, is robust with respect to material losses and can be fabricated by
Controlling spontaneous emission with metamaterials.
TLDR
Evidence of an anomalously high density of photonic states in hyperbolic metamaterials is observed, which demonstrates the feasibility of an earlier-predicted single-photon gun, and paves the road for the use of metammaterials in quantum optics.
Engineering photonic density of states using metamaterials
The photonic density of states (PDOS), like its electronic counterpart, is one of the key physical quantities governing a variety of phenomena and hence PDOS manipulation is the route to new photonic
Optical hyperspace for plasmons: Dyakonov states in metamaterials
We show that the subwavelength imaging behaviour observed in the magnifying superlens experiment [Smolyaninov et.al., Science, 2006] is due to Dyakonov plasmons. This previously unobserved state
Broadband Purcell effect: Radiative decay engineering with metamaterials
We show that metamaterials with hyperbolic dispersion support a large number of electromagnetic states that can couple to quantum emitters leading to a broadband Purcell effect. The proposed approach
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