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Metasurfaces constituted of a continuously-tuned lattice of coupled nanopillars: inter-coupled metasurfaces

@article{Yaugci2020MetasurfacesCO,
  title={Metasurfaces constituted of a continuously-tuned lattice of coupled nanopillars: inter-coupled metasurfaces},
  author={Huseyin Bilge Yaugci and Hilmi Volkan Demir},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  year={2020}
}
Metasurfaces are subwavelength-thick constructs, consisting of discrete meta-cells providing discretized levels of phase accumulation that collectively approximate a designed optical functionality. The meta-cells utilizing Pancharatnam-Berry phase with polarization-converting structures produced encouraging implementations of optical components including metasurface lenses (metalenses). However, a pending and fundamental problem of this approach is the low device efficiency that the resulting… 

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