Control of light polarization by voltage in excitonic metasurface devices

@article{Lobanov2017ControlOL,
  title={Control of light polarization by voltage in excitonic metasurface devices},
  author={S.V. Lobanov and Nikolai A. Gippius and S. G. Tikhodeev and L V Butov},
  journal={Applied Physics Letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={111},
  pages={241101}
}
We propose active metasurface devices where the state of emitted light is controlled by voltage. Based on the simulations of expected emission spectra, we present the concept of a light emitting device with the voltage controlled wavelength and degree of linear polarization of emission. The device combines the ability of metasurfaces to control light with a wavelength-tunable light source based on indirect excitons in coupled quantum well heterostructures. 
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