Nonlinear graphene plasmonics.

Abstract

The rapid development of graphene has opened up exciting new fields in graphene plasmonics and nonlinear optics. Graphene's unique two-dimensional band structure provides extraordinary linear and nonlinear optical properties, which have led to extreme optical confinement in graphene plasmonics and ultrahigh nonlinear optical coefficients, respectively. The synergy between graphene's linear and nonlinear optical properties gave rise to nonlinear graphene plasmonics, which greatly augments graphene-based nonlinear device performance beyond a billion-fold. This nascent field of research will eventually find far-reaching revolutionary technological applications that require device miniaturization, low power consumption and a broad range of operating wavelengths approaching the far-infrared, such as optical computing, medical instrumentation and security applications.

DOI: 10.1098/rspa.2017.0433

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@article{Ooi2017NonlinearGP, title={Nonlinear graphene plasmonics.}, author={Kelvin Jian Aun Ooi and Dawn T H Tan}, journal={Proceedings. Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences}, year={2017}, volume={473 2206}, pages={20170433} }