Rapidly growing demands for powerful informational and computational capacities require conceptually new approaches of efficient information processing. One of those approaches is based on the replacing electrons by photons as the main information carriers
The efficient manipulation of light implies simultaneous control of its electric and magnetic components, however, the magnetic response of natural materials at optical frequencies is usually weak and photonic devices operate mainly with the electric part of light wave. This problem is addressed by the all-dielectric nanophotonics – a new branch of nanophotonics that allows for manipulation of the strong, optically induced electric and magnetic Mie resonances in dielectric nanoparticles with high refractive index.Previous page
- Enhancement of luminescence and Raman scattering in ablative semiconductor nanoparticles at magnetic optical reseonances
- Elements of the integrated nanophotonics based on localized edge optical states
- Theoretical and experimental investigation of nonlinear dielectric nanoantennas
- The development of quantum interface on the basis of dielectric and hybrid nanostructures for single NV centers operation.