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Beam Manipulation by Hybrid Plasmonic-Dielectric Metasurfaces

  • Kamalodin Arik
  • Omid HemmatyarEmail author
  • Zahra Kavehvash
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Abstract

A hybrid plasmonic-dielectric metasurface is proposed in order to manipulate beam propagation in desired manners. The metasurface is composed of patterned hybrid graphene-silicon nano-disks deposited on a low-index substrate, namely silica. It is shown that the proposed hybrid metasurface simultaneously benefits from the advantages of graphene-based metasurfaces and dielectric ones. Specially, we show that the proposed hybrid metasurface not only provides reconfigurability, just like previously proposed graphene-based metasurfaces, but also similar to dielectric metasurfaces, is of low loss and CMOS-compatible. Such exceptional features give the metasurface exceptional potentials to realize high efficient optical components. To demonstrate the latter point, focusing and anomalous reflection are performed making use of the proposed hybrid structure as examples of two well-known optical functionalities. This work opens up a new route in realization of reconfigurable meta-devices with widely real-world applications which cannot be achieved with their passive counterparts.

Keywords

Beam manipulation Metasurface Graphene Focusing Anomalous reflection 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electrical EngineeringSharif University of TechnologyTehranIran
  2. 2.School of Electrical and Computer EngineeringGeorgia Institute of TechnologyAtlantaUSA

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