Hybrid plasmonic - all-dielectric nanodimers for second-harmonic generation

Abstract

Hybrid nanoscale structures which combine properties of dielectric and plasmonic components, currently attract a lot of attention. Such structures would be particularly useful to combine nonlinear optical properties of... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Mihail Petrov (ITMO University)
  2. Flavia Timpu (Optical Nanomaterial Group, Institute for Quantum Electronics, Department of Physics, ETH Zürich,)
  3. Nicholas R. Hendricks (Optical Nanomaterial Group, Institute for Quantum Electronics, Department of Physics, ETH Zürich,)
  4. Songbo Ni (Laboratory for Interfaces, Soft Matter, and Assembly, Department of Materials, ETH Zürich)
  5. Claude Renaut (Optical Nanomaterial Group, Institute for Quantum Electronics, Department of Physics, ETH Zürich,)
  6. Heiko Wolf (IBM Research–Zurich)
  7. Lucio Isa (Laboratory for Interfaces, Soft Matter, and Assembly, Department of Materials, ETH Zürich)
  8. Yuri Kivshar (Nonlinear Physics Center, Australian National University)
  9. Rachel Grange (Optical Nanomaterial Group, Institute for Quantum Electronics, Department of Physics, ETH Zürich,)

Topic Areas

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials , Optical properties of nanostructures , Nonlinear nano-optics

Session

OS1a-R207 » Nonlinear nano-optics (14:30 - Wednesday, 13th September, Room 207)

Presentation Files

Nanop_talk.pptx