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Author Kan, Yinhui, author

Title Metamaterials for manipulation of thermal radiation and photoluminescence in near and far fields / Yinhui Kan
Published Singapore : Springer, [2022]


Description 1 online resource (xx, 119 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)
Series Springer theses
Springer theses.
Contents Intro -- Supervisor's Foreword -- Abstract -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Symbols -- Variables -- Greek Symbols -- Subscripts/Superscripts -- Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Metamaterials: Light-Matter Interaction at Subwavelength Scales -- 1.2 Tailoring Thermal Radiative Properties by Metamaterials -- 1.3 Near-Field Radiative Heat Transfer Between Nanostructures -- 1.4 On-Chip Manipulation of Spontaneous Emission -- 1.5 Research Outline -- References -- 2 Theoretical and Experimental Methods -- 2.1 Calculation Methods -- 2.1.1 Layer Structures: Transfer Matrix Method
2.1.2 Grating Structures: Rigorous-Coupled Wave Analysis -- 2.1.3 NFRHT in Three-Body Systems -- 2.2 Physical Effects or Phenomena for Designing Nanodevices -- 2.2.1 Surface Plasmons -- 2.2.2 Spontaneous Emission Near Nano Antennas -- 2.2.3 Spin-Orbit Interactions of Light -- 2.3 Sample Fabrications -- 2.4 Experimental Characterization -- 2.5 Summary -- References -- 3 Design of Broadband Metamaterial Absorbers in Visible and Infrared Frequencies -- 3.1 Active Designing Method for One-Dimensional Periodic Structures -- 3.2 Near-Perfect Broadband Absorption
3.3 Two-Dimensional Gratings with Anisotropic Materials -- 3.4 Resonance Absorption by Hyperbolic Polaritons -- 3.5 Summary -- References -- 4 Enhancement and Modulation of Near-Field Thermal Radiation -- 4.1 Near-Field Radiative Heat Transfer in Three-Body Systems with Periodic Structures -- 4.2 Enhancement of Near-Field Thermal Radiation -- 4.3 Near Field Radiative Heat Transfer with Graphene/hBN Heterostructures -- 4.4 Active Modulation of Heat Transfer by a Modulator -- 4.5 Summary -- References -- 5 Metasurfaces-Enabled Manipulation of Spontaneous Photon Emission
5.1 Scattering Light from QEs and Nano Bricks Interacting Systems -- 5.2 Spinning Single Photons -- 5.3 Directional Off-Normal Photon Streaming -- 5.4 Summary -- References -- 6 On-Chip Control Excitations of Quantum Emitters in Hybrid Nanocircuits -- 6.1 Spin-Orbit Coupler in Visible Frequency -- 6.2 Selective Excitations of Quantum Emitters -- 6.3 Summary -- References -- 7 Summary and Outlook -- Appendix A Characterizations of Hybrid QE-Coupled Metasurfaces -- A.1 Measurement of Stokes Parameters -- A.2 Lifetime Measurement
Summary This book provides a series of methods for flexibly and actively manipulating thermal emission and photoluminance by advanced nanostructuresmetamaterials. Nanostructures in subwavelength scales can be designed to precisely modulate light-matter interactions and thereby tailoring both thermal radiations and photon emissions. This book explores approaches for designing different kinds of nanostructures, including multilayers, gratings, nanoridges, and waveguides, to improve the flexibility and functionality of micro/nanodevices. With the help of these subwavelength nanostructures, thermal radiation and photoluminescence have been fully manipulated in near and far fields regarding to the intensity, spectrum, polarization, and direction. The proposed methods together with designed metamaterials open new avenues for designing novel micro-/nanodevices or systems for promising applications like thermal energy harvesting, detecting, sensing, and on-chip quantum-optical networks
Notes "Doctoral thesis accepted by Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed October 4, 2022)
Subject Metamaterials -- Thermal properties
Heat -- Radiation and absorption.
Heat -- Radiation and absorption.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9789811961281