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    09 – 14 May 2021

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    10 – 14 May 2021

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FM4J

Spatio-temporal Manipulation and Measurement of Light

Presider: Aaswath Raman

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Presentations

Absorption-Based Diamond Spin Microscopy on a Plasmonic Quantum Metasurface (FM4J.1)
Presenter: Laura Kim, MIT

We propose a resonant diamond plasmonic metasurface coupled with nitrogen-vacancy ensembles as a quantum imaging surface and report a sensitivity below 1 nT/Hz1/2 per μm2 of sensing area.

Authors:Laura Kim, MIT / Hyeongrak Choi, MIT / Matthew Trusheim, MIT / Dirk Englund, MIT

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(Withdrawn) Shaping the Color and Angular Appearanceof Plasmonic Metasurfaces With Tailored Disorder (FM4J.2)
Presenter: Florian Sterl, 4th Physics Institute and Research Center SCoPE, University of Stuttgart

We investigate quantitatively the impact of structural disorder on the far-field response of plasmonic metasurfaces, using short-range as well as long-range disorder. Fourier-space microscopy results agree well with numerical dipole-dipole-interaction based simulations.

Authors:Florian Sterl, 4th Physics Institute and Research Center SCoPE, University of Stuttgart / Ediz Herkert, 4th Physics Institute and Research Center SCoPE, University of Stuttgart / Steffen Both, 4th Physics Institute and Research Center SCoPE, University of Stuttgart / Thomas Weiss, 4th Physics Institute and Research Center SCoPE, University of Stuttgart / Harald Giessen, 4th Physics Institute and Research Center SCoPE, University of Stuttgart

Multifunctional Resonant Wavefront-Shaping Meta-Optics (FM4J.3)
Presenter: Stephanie Malek, Columbia University

We experimentally demonstrate systems of nonlocal optical metasurfaces that spatially shape the incident wavefront deliberately and distinctively for multiple independent resonances without altering the wavefront shape of non-resonant light.

Authors:Stephanie Malek, Columbia University / Adam Overvig, Columbia University / Andrea Alù, City University of New York / Nanfang Yu, Columbia University

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Arbitrary Control of Femtosecond Timescale Complex Electrical-Field Transients (FM4J.4)
Presenter: Lu Chen, National Institute of Standards and Technology

A dielectric-metasurface-enabled pulse shaper able to tailor the temporal instantaneous polarization states within a near-infrared femtosecond pulse is demonstrated. Simultaneous complex wavefront shaping has been implemented by exploiting metasurfaces’ multi-functionalities within a single-pixel.

Authors:Lu Chen, National Institute of Standards and Technology / Wenqi Zhu, National Institute of Standards and Technology / Junyeob Song, University of Delaware / Pengcheng Huo, Nanjing University / Jared Strait, National Institute of Standards and Technology / Cheng Zhang, National Institute of Standards and Technology / Henri J. Lezec, National Institute of Standards and Technology / Ting Xu, Nanjing University / Amit Agrawal, National Institute of Standards and Technology

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Monolithic Bilayer Metasurface for Multicolor Phase-Amplitude Holography (FM4J.5)
Presenter: Xiaoyan Huang, Columbia University

We propose a monolithic bilayer metasurface platform for phase-amplitude holograms operating at up to three colors, in both visible and infrared regimes.

Authors:Xiaoyan Huang, Columbia University / Nanfang Yu, Columbia University

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Ultra-Thin Reflective Light Modulators Enabled by Electro- Optical Tunable Gap Plasmons (FM4J.6)
Presenter: Alexander Yulaev, University of Maryland/PML-NIST

We demonstrate compact reflective light modulators based on coupling to gap plasmons electro-optically modulated at radiofrequencies. Modulation is enabled by ultra-fast electro-optic organic polymers that pave the way for high-speed spatial control of light fields.

Authors:Alexander Yulaev, University of Maryland/PML-NIST / Christian Haffner, University of Maryland/PML-NIST / Henri J. Lezec, NIST / Vladimir Aksyuk, NIST

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The Ballistic Resonance: Plasmonic Response Across IR With III-v Semiconductors (FM4J.7)
Presenter: Evan Simmons, University of Massachusetts Lowell

We analyze the perspectives of the ballistic resonance to enable plasmonic and hyperbolic optical response of doped III-V semiconductors across the infrared frequency range. We demonstrate, experimentally and theoretically, plasmonic structures between 3-5 um.

Authors:Evan Simmons, University of Massachusetts Lowell / Aaron Muhowski, University of Texas at Austin / Kun Li, University of Texas at Austin / Dan Wasserman, University of Texas at Austin / Viktor Podolskiy, University of Massachusetts Lowell / Evgenii Narimanov, Purdue University

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Control of Photons With the Effective Magnetic Flux in Synthetic Dimensions With Rings Including GVD (FM4J.8)
Presenter: Luqi Yuan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

We explore the synthetic space with rings including GVD, where effective magnetic flux is constructed to manipulate photons. We find photons can be precisely controlled in two different designs even with the waveguide dispersion included.

Authors:Luqi Yuan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University / Danying Yu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University / Qingrou Shan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University / Guangzhen Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong University / Xianfeng Chen, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

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