Plasmon Modes of Vertically Aligned Superlattices

Konstantin Filonenko, Lars Duggen, Morten Willatzen

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    Abstract

    By using the Finite Element Method we visualize the modes of vertically aligned superlattice composed of gold and dielectric nanocylinders and investigate the emitter-plasmon interaction in approximation of weak coupling. We find that truncated vertically aligned superlattice can function as plasmonic nanoresonator with capabilities of spectral control over the Purcell effect and Q-factor. Our second goal is related to an important issue of Finite Element Method convergence when applied to finite-length plasmonic arrays. Analysis of the layered nanostructures with finite extension in all three dimensions is complicated because of the large difference in element size across the modeling domain. In order to be sure that plasmonic modes are properly captured and the Purcell effect is accurately estimated, we perform mesh refinement study using three meshes.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the 2017 Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium - Spring (PIERS)
    PublisherIEEE
    Publication date2017
    Pages2852-2857
    ISBN (Print)9781509062690
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2017
    Event38th Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium 2017 - Park Inn by Radisson Pribaltiyskaya hotel, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
    Duration: 22 May 201725 May 2017
    Conference number: 38
    http://www.piers.org/piers2017StPetersburg/

    Conference

    Conference38th Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium 2017
    Number38
    LocationPark Inn by Radisson Pribaltiyskaya hotel
    Country/TerritoryRussian Federation
    CitySt. Petersburg
    Period22/05/201725/05/2017
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