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Unusual scaling laws for plasmonic nanolasers beyond the d...

Unusual scaling laws for plasmonic nanolasers beyond the diffraction limit

Fig.  Schematic of plasmonic and photonic lasers and their cavity modes. a Top: schematic of the plasmonic nanolaser devices consisting of a nanosquare gain material on top of metal separated by a few nanometers of dielectric. Bottom: top and side views of electric field (|E|) profiles of a cavity mode in a 700 × 700 […]

thesis defense

thesis defense

congratulations to Ms. Asgari , Ms. Mahboubi, Ms. Gachilou and Mr. kouhestanian, for defending your dissertation at approved times.          

Orientation-Dependent Exciton-Plasmon Coupling in Embedded...

Orientation-Dependent Exciton-Plasmon Coupling in Embedded Organic/Metal Nanowire Heterostructures

   Organic/metal nanowire heterostructures for the study of orientation dependent exciton-plasmon coupling. (A) Numerically simulated |E| 2 distribution of SPPs at the end of a 200-nm-diameter and 6 μm-long AgNW, where SPPs are launched by a dipole oriented along three coordinate axes x, y, and z, respectively. The dipole is positioned at the middle of […]

Selectively Plasmon-Enhanced Second-Harmonic Generation fr...

Selectively Plasmon-Enhanced Second-Harmonic Generation from Monolayer Tungsten Diselenide on Flexible Substrates

. Pump-laser-polarization dependent SHG mapping. (a) SEM image of single-crystalline monolayer WSe2 flake on trenches with a pitch of 910 nm. (b) Simulated electric field distribution at a plane 1 nm above the surface of gold substrate with pump laser polarized perpendicular (left panel) and parallel (right panel) to the trench. The dotted line outlines […]

Is metal a friend or foe?

Is metal a friend or foe?

A long-standing question debated among the nanophotonics community is whether size matters and helps to reduce the threshold ofmicrometre- and submicrometre-sized lasers, and whether the presence of metal interfacing the gain medium harms or improves the laser performance. In a work published in Nature Communications, Ren- Min Ma and colleagues1 address this issue through a […]


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