Transition to strong coupling regime in hybrid plasmonic systems: exciton-induced transparency and Fano interference

@article{Shahbazyan2021TransitionTS,
  title={Transition to strong coupling regime in hybrid plasmonic systems: exciton-induced transparency and Fano interference},
  author={Tigran V. Shahbazyan},
  journal={Nanophotonics},
  year={2021},
  volume={10},
  pages={3735 - 3744}
}
Abstract We present a microscopic model describing the transition to a strong coupling regime for an emitter resonantly coupled to a surface plasmon in a metal–dielectric structure. We demonstrate that the shape of scattering spectra is determined by an interplay of two distinct mechanisms. First is the near-field coupling between the emitter and the plasmon mode which underpins energy exchange between the system components and gives rise to exciton-induced transparency minimum in scattering… 
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