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Tailoring Second-Harmonic Emission from (111)-GaAs Nanoantennas

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Tailoring Second-Harmonic Emission from (111)-GaAs Nanoantennas. / Sautter, Jürgen D.; Xu, Lei; Miroshnichenko, Andrey E.; Lysevych, Mykhaylo; Volkovskaya, Irina; Smirnova, Daria A.; Camacho-Morales, Rocio; Zangeneh Kamali, Khosro; Karouta, Fouad; Vora, Kaushal; Tan, Hoe H.; Kauranen, Martti; Staude, Isabelle; Jagadish, Chennupati; Neshev, Dragomir N.; Rahmani, Mohsen.

julkaisussa: Nano Letters, Vuosikerta 19, Nro 6, 12.06.2019, s. 3905-3911.

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Sautter, JD, Xu, L, Miroshnichenko, AE, Lysevych, M, Volkovskaya, I, Smirnova, DA, Camacho-Morales, R, Zangeneh Kamali, K, Karouta, F, Vora, K, Tan, HH, Kauranen, M, Staude, I, Jagadish, C, Neshev, DN & Rahmani, M 2019, 'Tailoring Second-Harmonic Emission from (111)-GaAs Nanoantennas' Nano Letters, Vuosikerta. 19, Nro 6, Sivut 3905-3911. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.9b01112

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Sautter, J. D., Xu, L., Miroshnichenko, A. E., Lysevych, M., Volkovskaya, I., Smirnova, D. A., ... Rahmani, M. (2019). Tailoring Second-Harmonic Emission from (111)-GaAs Nanoantennas. Nano Letters, 19(6), 3905-3911. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.9b01112

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Sautter JD, Xu L, Miroshnichenko AE, Lysevych M, Volkovskaya I, Smirnova DA et al. Tailoring Second-Harmonic Emission from (111)-GaAs Nanoantennas. Nano Letters. 2019 kesä 12;19(6):3905-3911. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.9b01112

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Sautter, Jürgen D. ; Xu, Lei ; Miroshnichenko, Andrey E. ; Lysevych, Mykhaylo ; Volkovskaya, Irina ; Smirnova, Daria A. ; Camacho-Morales, Rocio ; Zangeneh Kamali, Khosro ; Karouta, Fouad ; Vora, Kaushal ; Tan, Hoe H. ; Kauranen, Martti ; Staude, Isabelle ; Jagadish, Chennupati ; Neshev, Dragomir N. ; Rahmani, Mohsen. / Tailoring Second-Harmonic Emission from (111)-GaAs Nanoantennas. Julkaisussa: Nano Letters. 2019 ; Vuosikerta 19, Nro 6. Sivut 3905-3911.

Bibtex - Lataa

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title = "Tailoring Second-Harmonic Emission from (111)-GaAs Nanoantennas",
abstract = "Second-harmonic generation (SHG) in resonant dielectric Mie-scattering nanoparticles has been hailed as a powerful platform for nonlinear light sources. While bulk-SHG is suppressed in elemental semiconductors, for example, silicon and germanium due to their centrosymmetry, the group of zincblende III-V compound semiconductors, especially (100)-grown AlGaAs and GaAs, have recently been presented as promising alternatives. However, major obstacles to push the technology toward practical applications are the limited control over directionality of the SH emission and especially zero forward/backward radiation, resulting from the peculiar nature of the second-order nonlinear susceptibility of this otherwise highly promising group of semiconductors. Furthermore, the generated SH signal for (100)-GaAs nanoparticles depends strongly on the polarization of the pump. In this work, we provide both theoretically and experimentally a solution to these problems by presenting the first SHG nanoantennas made from (111)-GaAs embedded in a low index material. These nanoantennas show superior forward directionality compared to their (100)-counterparts. Most importantly, based on the special symmetry of the crystalline structure, it is possible to manipulate the SHG radiation pattern of the nanoantennas by changing the pump polarization without affecting the linear properties and the total nonlinear conversion efficiency, hence paving the way for efficient and flexible nonlinear beam-shaping devices.",
keywords = "Dielectric nanoantennas, directional emission, III-V semiconductors, Mie resonance, multipolar interference, second harmonic generation",
author = "Sautter, {J{\"u}rgen D.} and Lei Xu and Miroshnichenko, {Andrey E.} and Mykhaylo Lysevych and Irina Volkovskaya and Smirnova, {Daria A.} and Rocio Camacho-Morales and {Zangeneh Kamali}, Khosro and Fouad Karouta and Kaushal Vora and Tan, {Hoe H.} and Martti Kauranen and Isabelle Staude and Chennupati Jagadish and Neshev, {Dragomir N.} and Mohsen Rahmani",
year = "2019",
month = "6",
day = "12",
doi = "10.1021/acs.nanolett.9b01112",
language = "English",
volume = "19",
pages = "3905--3911",
journal = "Nano Letters",
issn = "1530-6984",
publisher = "American Chemical Society",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - Tailoring Second-Harmonic Emission from (111)-GaAs Nanoantennas

AU - Sautter, Jürgen D.

AU - Xu, Lei

AU - Miroshnichenko, Andrey E.

AU - Lysevych, Mykhaylo

AU - Volkovskaya, Irina

AU - Smirnova, Daria A.

AU - Camacho-Morales, Rocio

AU - Zangeneh Kamali, Khosro

AU - Karouta, Fouad

AU - Vora, Kaushal

AU - Tan, Hoe H.

AU - Kauranen, Martti

AU - Staude, Isabelle

AU - Jagadish, Chennupati

AU - Neshev, Dragomir N.

AU - Rahmani, Mohsen

PY - 2019/6/12

Y1 - 2019/6/12

N2 - Second-harmonic generation (SHG) in resonant dielectric Mie-scattering nanoparticles has been hailed as a powerful platform for nonlinear light sources. While bulk-SHG is suppressed in elemental semiconductors, for example, silicon and germanium due to their centrosymmetry, the group of zincblende III-V compound semiconductors, especially (100)-grown AlGaAs and GaAs, have recently been presented as promising alternatives. However, major obstacles to push the technology toward practical applications are the limited control over directionality of the SH emission and especially zero forward/backward radiation, resulting from the peculiar nature of the second-order nonlinear susceptibility of this otherwise highly promising group of semiconductors. Furthermore, the generated SH signal for (100)-GaAs nanoparticles depends strongly on the polarization of the pump. In this work, we provide both theoretically and experimentally a solution to these problems by presenting the first SHG nanoantennas made from (111)-GaAs embedded in a low index material. These nanoantennas show superior forward directionality compared to their (100)-counterparts. Most importantly, based on the special symmetry of the crystalline structure, it is possible to manipulate the SHG radiation pattern of the nanoantennas by changing the pump polarization without affecting the linear properties and the total nonlinear conversion efficiency, hence paving the way for efficient and flexible nonlinear beam-shaping devices.

AB - Second-harmonic generation (SHG) in resonant dielectric Mie-scattering nanoparticles has been hailed as a powerful platform for nonlinear light sources. While bulk-SHG is suppressed in elemental semiconductors, for example, silicon and germanium due to their centrosymmetry, the group of zincblende III-V compound semiconductors, especially (100)-grown AlGaAs and GaAs, have recently been presented as promising alternatives. However, major obstacles to push the technology toward practical applications are the limited control over directionality of the SH emission and especially zero forward/backward radiation, resulting from the peculiar nature of the second-order nonlinear susceptibility of this otherwise highly promising group of semiconductors. Furthermore, the generated SH signal for (100)-GaAs nanoparticles depends strongly on the polarization of the pump. In this work, we provide both theoretically and experimentally a solution to these problems by presenting the first SHG nanoantennas made from (111)-GaAs embedded in a low index material. These nanoantennas show superior forward directionality compared to their (100)-counterparts. Most importantly, based on the special symmetry of the crystalline structure, it is possible to manipulate the SHG radiation pattern of the nanoantennas by changing the pump polarization without affecting the linear properties and the total nonlinear conversion efficiency, hence paving the way for efficient and flexible nonlinear beam-shaping devices.

KW - Dielectric nanoantennas

KW - directional emission

KW - III-V semiconductors

KW - Mie resonance

KW - multipolar interference

KW - second harmonic generation

U2 - 10.1021/acs.nanolett.9b01112

DO - 10.1021/acs.nanolett.9b01112

M3 - Article

VL - 19

SP - 3905

EP - 3911

JO - Nano Letters

JF - Nano Letters

SN - 1530-6984

IS - 6

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