Tunable and switchable polarization rotation with non-reciprocal plasmonic thin films at designated wavelengths

@inproceedings{Floess2015TunableAS,
  title={Tunable and switchable polarization rotation with non-reciprocal plasmonic thin films at designated wavelengths},
  author={Dominik F. Floess and Jessie Yao Chin and Akihito Kawatani and Daniel Dr{\'e}gely and Hans Habermeier and Thomas Weiss and Harald Giessen},
  year={2015}
}
A tunable and switchable ultrathin-film optical rotator with a variable working wavelength is experimentally realized by a team in Germany. Scientists at the University of Stuttgart and the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research fabricated a plasmonic optical rotator for visible light whose polarization rotation can be continuously tuned and switched by applying a magnetic field. They realized this by combining a magneto-optical EuSe slab having a high Verdet constant and a high… CONTINUE READING

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