Multiband Plasmonic Sierpinski Carpet Fractal Antennas

@article{Nicola2018MultibandPS,
  title={Multiband Plasmonic Sierpinski Carpet Fractal Antennas},
  author={Francesco De Nicola and Nikhil Puthiya Purayil and Davide Spirito and Mario Miscuglio and Francesco Tantussi and Andrea Tomadin and Francesco de Angelis and Marco Polini and Roman Krahne and Vittorio Pellegrini},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  year={2018}
}
Deterministic fractal antennas are employed to realize multimodal plasmonic devices. Such structures show strongly enhanced localized electromagnetic fields typically in the infrared range with a hierarchical spatial distribution. Realization of engineered fractal antennas operating in the optical regime would enable nanoplasmonic platforms for applications, such as energy harvesting, light sensing, and bio/chemical detection. Here, we introduce a novel plasmonic multiband metamaterial based on… 

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