Corpus ID: 237571548

Non-Markovian effects for hybrid plasmonic systems in the strong coupling regime

@inproceedings{Shahbazyan2021NonMarkovianEF,
  title={Non-Markovian effects for hybrid plasmonic systems in the strong coupling regime},
  author={Tigran V. Shahbazyan},
  year={2021}
}
We study the role of non-Markovian effects in the emission spectrum of a quantum emitter resonantly coupled to a surface plasmon in a metal-dielectric structure as the system transitions to strong coupling regime. By using a recent quantum approach to interacting plasmons that incorporates the effects of host material’s optical dispersion and losses in the coupling parameters, we obtain analytically the emission spectrum for a plasmonic system of arbitrary shape with characteristic size below… Expand

Figures from this paper

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 69 REFERENCES
QED in dispersing and absorbing media
After giving an outline of the quantization scheme based on the microscopic Hopfield model of a dielectric bulk material, we show how the classical phenomenological Maxwell equations of theExpand
Plasmonics: Theory and Applications
Nanoplasmonics: from Present into Future.- Plasmonics for Enhanced Vibrational Signatures.- Plasmonically Enhanced Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.- Silicon Plasmonics.- Ultrafast Nonlinear Plasmonics.-Expand
"J."
however (for it was the literal soul of the life of the Redeemer, John xv. io), is the peculiar token of fellowship with the Redeemer. That love to God (what is meant here is not God’s love to men)Expand
APPL
Statistical packages have been used for decades to analyze large datasets or to perform mathematically intractable statistical methods. These packages are not capable of working with random variablesExpand
Phys
  • Rev. B 103, 045421
  • 2021
Nano Lett
  • 19, 3273–3279
  • 2019
Phys
  • Rev. B 98, 115401
  • 2018
Principles of Nano-Optics (CUP
  • New York,
  • 2012
Rep
  • Prog. Phys. 83, 082401
  • 2020
ACS Photonics 6
  • 2570–2576
  • 2019
...
1
2
3
4
5
...