Efficient, broadband and wide-angle hot-electron transduction using metal-semiconductor hyperbolic metamaterials

@inproceedings{Sakhdari2016EfficientBA,
  title={Efficient, broadband and wide-angle hot-electron transduction using metal-semiconductor hyperbolic metamaterials},
  author={Maryam Sakhdari and Mehdi Hajizadegan and M. Farhat and Pai-Yen Chen},
  year={2016}
}
Hot-electron devices are emerging as promising candidates for the transduction of optical radiation into electrical current, as they enable photodetection and solar/infrared energy harvesting at sub-bandgap wavelengths. Nevertheless, poor photoconversion quantum yields and low bandwidth pose fundamental challenge to fascinating applications of hot-electron optoelectronics. Based on a novel hyperbolic metamaterial (HMM) structure, we theoretically propose a verticallyintegrated hot-electron… CONTINUE READING
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