Electromagnetic Field in Hybrid Quantum Plasmonic-Photonic Systems
AbstractWe study excitations and quantum optical properties of hybrid networks made up of metal nanoparticles, semiconductor quantum dots and molecules. Such processes can be used for the localization and the guiding of the electromagnetic field. Localized modes occurring in these networks and the generation of confined fields are also connected to the enhancement of Raman-scattering occurring in these systems. We review some recent theoretical and computational studies of optical properties in hybrid nano-systems to gain control of light–matter interactions at the quantum level for efficient energy transport and sensing applications. View Full-Text
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Barbiellini, B.; Das, S.; Renugopalakrishnan, V.; Somasundaran, P. Electromagnetic Field in Hybrid Quantum Plasmonic-Photonic Systems. Condens. Matter 2018, 3, 10.
Barbiellini B, Das S, Renugopalakrishnan V, Somasundaran P. Electromagnetic Field in Hybrid Quantum Plasmonic-Photonic Systems. Condensed Matter. 2018; 3(2):10.Chicago/Turabian Style
Barbiellini, Bernardo; Das, Subhabrata; Renugopalakrishnan, Venkatesan; Somasundaran, Ponniseril. 2018. "Electromagnetic Field in Hybrid Quantum Plasmonic-Photonic Systems." Condens. Matter 3, no. 2: 10.
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