Zhiquan Chen

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We propose a nanoplasmonic waveguide side-coupled with bright-dark-dark resonators in our paper. A multi-oscillator theory derived from the typical two-oscillator model, is established to describe spectral features as well as slow-light effects in bright-dark-dark structures, and confirmed by the finite-difference time domain (FDTD). That a typical plasmon(More)
We report the sensing characteristic based on plasmon induced transparency in nanocavity-coupled metal-dielectric-metal waveguide analytically and numerically. A simple model for the sensing nature is first presented by the coupled mode theory. We show that the coupling strength and the resonance detuning play important roles in optimizing the sensing(More)
[*] Prof. Y. Wang, Prof. W. Xing, F. Li, L. Tong, Z. Chen, X. Liao, X. Liao State Key Laboratory of Materials-Oriented Chemical Engineering, College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University of Technology Nanjing 210009, Jiangsu (P. R. China) E-mail: yongwang@njut.edu.cn; xingwh@njut.edu.cn Fax: 0086-25-8317-2292 Dr. C. He College of(More)
We first report a simple nanoplasmonic sensor for both universal and slow-light sensing in a Fano resonance-based waveguide system. A theoretical model based on the coupling of resonant modes is provided for the inside physics mechanism, which is supported by the numerical FDTD results. The revealed evolution of the sensing property shows that the Fano(More)
We reported the deliberate control on the micelle opening and closing of amphiphilic polystyrene-block-poly(2-vinylpyridine) (PS-b-P2VP) micellar films by exposing them to selective solvents. We first treated the micellar films with polar solvents including ethanol and water (pH = 4, 8, and 12) that have different affinities to P2VP. We observed opening of(More)
We investigate a classic optical effect based on plasmon induced transparency (PIT) in a metal-insulator-metal (MIM) bus waveguide coupled with a single defective cavity. With the coupled mode theory (CMT), a theoretical model, for the single defective cavity, is established to study spectral features in the plasmonic waveguide. We can achieve a required(More)
We propose an expanded coupled mode theory to analyze sensing performance in a plasmonic slot waveguide side-coupled with a multimode stub resonator. It is confirmed by the finite-difference time-domain simulations. Through adjusting the parameters, we can realize figure of merit (FOM) of ∼59,010, and the sensitivity S can reach to 75.7. Compared with the(More)
We numerically investigate the optical characteristics of a metal-dielectric-metal (MDM) waveguide side-coupled with two identical multimode stub resonators. Double plasmon-induced transparency (PIT) peaks with narrow full width at half maximum (FWHM) and high quality factor (Q-factor) can be observed in this structure. The Q-factors of PIT peaks in two(More)
An inverse T-shape structure, consisting of a bus waveguide coupled with two perpendicular rectangular cavities, has been investigated numerically and theoretically. The position of the transparency window can be manipulated by adjusting the lateral displacement between the two perpendicular cavities. The effects of changing different structural parameters(More)
A graphene plasmonic structure consists of three graphene layers mingled with a silicon-air grating is proposed. We theoretically predict and numerically simulate the plasmon-induced transparency effect in this system at terahertz wavelengths, and a dual plasmon-induced transparency peaks can be successfully tuned by virtually shifting the desired Fermi(More)