Collective effects and coupling phenomena in resonant optical metasurfaces: introduction

Abstract : In the periodic arrays of nano-objects, the interplay between localized resonances supported by the individual nano-objects and the diffracted orders of the array produces a collective resonance called a lattice mode or a surface lattice resonance (SLR). Besides analyses of SLRs, there are many efforts to understand the various modes sustained by metasurfaces, from the individual meta-atom to the entire metasurface. This feature issue highlights current research on collective resonances and optical coupling in various arrangements of nano-objects, including periodic lattices, nanostructured arrays, and metasurfaces.
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Viktoriia Babicheva, Isabelle Staude, Davy Gérard. Collective effects and coupling phenomena in resonant optical metasurfaces: introduction. Journal of the Optical Society of America B, Optical Society of America, 2019, 36 (7), pp.CEC1. ⟨10.1364/JOSAB.36.00CEC1⟩. ⟨hal-02290991⟩

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