Strong coupling between a plasmonic Fano resonance and anapole states in a metallic-dielectric antenna

  title={Strong coupling between a plasmonic Fano resonance and anapole states in a metallic-dielectric antenna},
  author={T. C. Huang and B. X. Wang and C. Y. Zhao},
  journal={Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics},
In the quest to enhance light-matter interactions and miniaturize photonics devices, it is crucial to create a strong field enhancement with lower material loss. Here, we combine a plasmonic Fano resonance supported by the silver cluster and anapole states realized by the silicon disk to create a larger field enhancement with less loss through the strong coupling effect. Besides, by varying the gap size, we find that the resonances and the Rabi-splitting energy can be tuned over a wide range of… 
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